Digital Data Survey

cfp: Papers and Projects on Public Data Visualization (Medialab-Prado Madrid)

Closing Date: 
05/10/2009

Visualizar'09: Public Data, Data in Public
Call for projects and papers

International Workshop-Seminar on Public Data Visualization
November 12 - 27, 2009 in Medialab-Prado (Madrid, Spain)

Deadline for projects and papers: October 5, 2009
Call for collaborators: October 16 - November 11, 2009

http://medialab-prado.es/visualizar

Directed by José Luis de Vicente. Teachers: Ben Cerveny (Stamen) and Aaron Koblin. With the support of Bestiario. [read more...]

event: VISUALIZAR'09: International Workshop-Seminar on Public Data Visualization (Medialab-Prado Madrid)

12/11/2009 12:00
27/11/2009 12:00

Visualizar'09: Public Data, Data in Public
Call for projects and papers

International Workshop-Seminar on Public Data Visualization
November 12 - 27, 2009 in Medialab-Prado (Madrid, Spain)

Deadline for projects and papers: October 5, 2009
Call for collaborators: October 16 - November 11, 2009

http://medialab-prado.es/visualizar

Directed by José Luis de Vicente. Teachers: Ben Cerveny (Stamen) and Aaron Koblin. With the support of Bestiario. [read more...]

Location

Plaza de las Letras Calle Alameda, 15
Madrid 28014
Spain

event: Last Call for Participation in the International Petition (ACT Archaeology)

06/12/2007
07/12/2007

It is Go Sugimoto from the University of Florence. I am organizing a truely international petition (33 participants from all over the world) to support the survey I undertook in Japan and to create an international network of people for Cultural Heritage and ICT. Now, I would like to invite you to the LAST CALL for participation. The participants are from Japan, Italy, UK, Spain,Greece, Belgium, USA, Mexico, Malaysia, and Taiwan. (See who we are at:
http://chiron-training.org/go_sugimoto/digital_survey/act_co...) [read more...]

image: ACT Archaeology Logo

ACT Archaeology Logo

Logo of ACT Archaeology, which is an international petition-based group for the re-run of the Digital Data Survey for Japanese Archaeology (JAD2). 27 Participants come from Japan, UK, Italy, Spain, Greece, USA, Mexico, Malaysia and Taiwan. Please join us for the promotion of the use of ICT in archaeology and Cultural Heritage.

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