The labs indicated in bold will be presenting their work during the
Lab Talks sessions of the workshop.
Please note that the registration form will remain open for labs that would like to be featured in the list above. You can register using this link.
British Library Digital Scholarship Department
The Digital Scholarship Department works to enable innovative research based on the British Library’s digital collections.
Data Experience Lab
Community development for data science support, and digital research and scholarship methods and tools.
Information design, data visualization.
Department of Digital Humanities
Digital Arts, Sciences, and Humanities (DASH) Lab
The DASH Lab is an interdisciplinary, collaborative space where students, faculty, and staff from across the campus come together to learn how to use and create digital tools and projects, including maps, archives, data visualizations, video essays, and podcasts.
Distant Viewing Lab
The Distant Viewing Lab uses and develops computational techniques to analyze visual culture on a large scale. It develops tools, methods, and datasets that can be re-used by other researchers. The lab engages closely with critical cultural and data studies, aiming to make explicit the interpretive act of algorithmic logic.
Development of statistical and computational tools for processing, analyzing, and meaningfully interpreting text data.
King’s Digital Lab
Digital Humanities, Humanities, Social Science.
Laboratorio de Gestión Cultural y Humanidades Digitales
Cultural Management and Digital Humanities. Integrative research of computer-digital tools and processes in the field of cultural heritage, cultural management and cultural and creative industries with a minimal computing approach and the use of free and open source software.
Modeling the Cosmos - Digital Research Environment for the Computational History of Astronomy
Building a virtual planetarium for the reconstruction and study of pre-modern astronomical models.
We study 17th-century Flemish tapestry and painting by using and developing datasets, data retrieval tools and data visualization tools. In doing so, we also try to understand and facilitate the dialog between the humanities scholar and the computer.
Speculative Narratives and Networks Studio
Addressing social, technological and ecological issues through critical design practices.
Sussex Humanities Lab
Interdisciplinary work in Digital Humanities.
The Electronic Literature Lab
It is used for the advanced inquiry into the curation, documentation, preservation, and production of born digital literary works and other media.
We are an interdisciplinary research group situated between interface design, computer science, and the humanities. Our work revolves around information visualization with a particular focus on the challenges and questions arising from social, cultural, and technological transformations.
The VisUsal (Visual Analytics and Information Visualization, Universidad de Salamanca) group is part of the GRIAL research group. It is devoted to the development of advanced tools that help the users to understand complex datasets such as those coming from a variety of fields (Digital Humanities, Bioinformatics, Sport analysis, Paleoclimatology, etc.)
Wired! Lab for Digital Art History & Visual Culture
The Wired! Lab for Digital Art History & Visual Culture explores visual and material culture through critical engagement with digital technologies. Our community of faculty, staff, and students uses digital methods in our teaching and research on the visual arts, architecture, cultural heritage, and built environments. We have a special interest in projects that engage the public online and in museums.
For any questions, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.