FAST Oxford partner Professor David De Roure is heading to Australia this October for a month of teaching, lectures and presentations.
David De Roure is being hosted by former e-Research Centre researcher (and current Academic Partner) Dr Terhi Nurmikko-Fuller (lecturer in Digital Humanities at Australia National University in Canberra), and will also travel to Sydney, Brisbane and Auckland, NZ, to deliver keynotes and public lectures.
David’s talks in Australia will mainly feature work carried out as part of the FAST project and on work conducted with Head of the Centre for Digital Scholarship at the Bodleian Libraries Pip Willcox and Alan Chamberlain (University of Nottingham):
- Public Lecture – Australian National University (on Ada Lovelace Day, Tuesday 10 October)
“The imagination of Ada Lovelace: an Experimental Humanities approach”
- Keynote address – ‘Musicology in the Digital Age’ Musicological Society of Australia Study Day Io Myers Studio, University of New South Wales, Sydney, 14 October
“Digital Musicology today and tomorrow”
- Opening keynote at eResearch Australasia in Brisbane (16-20 October)
This is the 11th eResearch Australasia Conference, to be held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.
De Roure’s keynote is entitled “Creativity in Digital Scholarship“
- Paper presentation – IEEE International Conference Auckland, New Zealand. The presentation is entitled “Experimental Humanities: An Adventure with Lovelace and Babbage”, and will also be presented at University of Waikato.
For full details, read the Oxford e-Research Centre news item below: