Tuesday, 21. May 2019, A41 Sir Clive Granger Building, University Park, Digital Research Roadshow - Arts and Social Sciences

from 21. May 2019 - 9:30 till 15:00

A41 Sir Clive Granger Building, University Park

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Learn how to make the most of the Digtial Research Services the University of Nottingham offers.
We will be starting at 9:30 with coffee and registration so do come early if you can. The sessions will  begin at 10am and will include both practical talks on how to access support for digital research projects and services  as well as showcase  innovative digital projects in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.
Refreshments will be provided throughout the day. All research staff and students are welcome. 
Highlights include:Maiken Umbach, Professor of Modern History and APVC Research, Faculty of Arts and Sam Spilsbury, Technology Solutions Specialist, Microsoft.
"Photography of Victims: Topoi and Stereotypes in the Depiction of Trauma across Time" Using machine learning and artificial intelligence in Arts and Social Science research
Laurence Cliffe, Horizon Doctoral Training Centre and Joanne Cormac, Nottingham Research Fellow, School of Music.
"Mapping the Symphony" building an immersive audio experience
Beth Montague-Hellen, Senior Research Librarian, Libraries. 
Research Data Management, a Practical approach to the new policies

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