Program



  • 10/6 (Tuesday)
  • 10/7 (Wednesday)
  • 10/8 (Thursday)
  • 10/9 (Friday)



10/6 (Tuesday)


  Room 1 Room 2 Room 4
09:00

10:40
PNC Keynote Speech
Stephen Griffin, National Science Foundation

(50 min/9:10-10:00)
Round Table Discussion
(50 minutes/10:00-10:40)
11:00

12:40
e-Resource and
Digital Repository (I)
ECAI Cultural Atlases Humanities GIS in Japan : Analyzing Humanities Data from Spatiotemporal Perspectives (I)
14:00

15:40
e-Resource and
Digital Repository (II)
Digital Content Context Humanities GIS in Japan : Analyzing Humanities Data from Spatiotemporal Perspectives (II)
16:00

17:40
Digital Archives as Elements of Social Software Biodiversity Conservation – Invasive Species Database GIS for Saving Lives

09:00~10:40 October 6, 2009/ Conference Room 2
PNC Keynote and Round Table Discussion
09:10~10:00

Recovering the Past through Computation - New Techniques for Cultural Heritage Informatics   

Stephen Griffin, National Science Foundation, USA
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
10:00~10:40

Round Table Discussion

Subject:

Opportunities and Possible Issues in Interdisciplinary Cooperation: Using Computer Science and Social Science as an example   


Discussant:
-- Stephen Griffin, National Science Foundation
-- Michael Buckland, ECAI
-- Mamoru Shibayama, Kyoto Unviersity
-- Wen-Lian Hsu, Academia Sinica
-- I-Chun Fan, Academia Sinica
-- Tyng Ruey Chuang, Academia Sinica
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
11:00~12:40 October 6, 2009/ Conference Room 1
e-Resource and Digital Repository (I)
Moderator: Ching-Chun Hsieh, Ming Chuan University, Taiwan      
11:00~11:30

How Research Libraries Became E-knowledge Networks
Peter Zhou, UC Berkeley, USA

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
11:30~12:00 Discovering Relationships among Land Deeds in THDL – the Taiwan History Digital Library (Extended Abstract)
Jieh Hisang, National Taiwan University/ National Taiwan University Press, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:00~12:40

Cooperative Digital Repository of Outstanding Academic Papers by Students: Strategies for Creating a Digital Repository

Steve Hsianghoo Ching, Bethany Wilkes, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
14:00~15:40 October 6, 2009/ Conference Room 1
e-Resource and Digital Repository (II)
Moderator: Keh-Jiann Chen, Academia Sinica, Taiwan      
14:00~14:30

E-resources and Digital Repository in Stanford East Asia Library and Stanford University Libraries

Dong-Fang Shao, Stanford University, USA
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
14:30~15:00

Converting Millennium ILS bibliographic records into Dublin-Core XML format for DSpace
Alan Ng, Hong Kong University, Hong Kong

[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:00~12:40

A Study on the feasibility of creating knowledge sharing networks for Humanity Researchers

Chao-Chen Chen, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Presenter: Hao-Ren Ke, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
16:00~17:40 October 6, 2009/ Conference Room 1
Digital Archives as Elements of Social Software

Moderator: Cheng-yun Liu, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, Taian      
16:00~16:30

Developing Knowledge Support Services with iNCL

Karl Min Ku, National Central Library, Taiwan
Presenter: Caroline Liu, National Central Library, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV1] [CV2]
16:30~17:00

The Study and Creation of Buddhist Resources in Taiwan and the Integration of the International Buddhist Archives

Aming Tu, Dharma Drum Buddhist College, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
17:00~17:40

Bridge to a Treasure House: A Collaborative Project on Indexing the Korean Classics Hanguk Yoktae Munjip Chongso 《韓國歷代文集叢書》

Steve Hsianghoo Ching, Celine Cheung, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
11:00~12:40 October 6, 2009/ Conference Room 2
ECAI Cultural Atlases
Moderator: Jeanette Zerneke, ECAI      
11:00~11:20

Religious Atlas of China and the Himalayas: Sources and Georeferencing Methodologies for the Daoist, Buddhist, and Islamic Sites

Karl Ryavec, University of Wisconsin, USA
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
11:20~11:40

Electronic Cultural Atlas “Buddhism in Buryatia” (ECABB)

Tsymzhit Vanchikova, Institute of Mongolian, Buddhist and Tibetan Studies (IMBTS), Russia
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
11:40~12:00

Digital Database for Cultural Atlas Research

Le Cong Hau, Vietnam Buddhist University, Vietnam
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:00~12:20

The Ways of Developing the Diplomatica Indica Database

Alexander Stolyarov, Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:20~12:40

Documenting Local Cultures and Languages with a Sense of Place: Pacific Language Mapping

David Blundell, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
14:00~15:40 October 6, 2009/ Conference Room 2
Digital Content Context
Moderator: David Bodenhamer, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, USA      
14:00~14:25

Convenient Discovery in Suitable Resources: Design Issues

Michael Buckland, Ryan Shaw, University of California, Berkeley, USA
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
14:25~14:50

DDBC Authority Database Web Plug-in Widgets – a New Data-Sharing Idea of Digital Archive Projects

Jen-Jou Hung, Dharma Drum Buddhist College, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
14:50~15:15

Center of Oriental Manuscripts and Xylographs as a resource base for Digital Libraries Projects

Oleg Rinchinov, Institute of Mongolian, Buddhist and Tibetan Studies, Ulan-Ude, Russia
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
15:15~15:40

A New Way of Modeling Traditional Buddhist Text

Howie Lan, University of California, Berkeley, USA
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
16:00~17:40 October 6, 2009/ Conference Room 2
Biodiversity Conservation -- Invasive Species Database
Moderator: Jung-Tai Chao, Taiwan Forestry Research Institute, COA, Taiwan      
16:00~16:25

Information Technology - a Vital Tool in the Conservation of Species

William (Bill) Nagle, IUCN SSC Invasive Species Specialist Group, New Zealand
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
16:25~16:50

The Introduction to National Investigation on Invasive Plants in Taiwan

Shan-Huah Wu, Chang-Fu Hsieh, Chyi-Rong Chiou, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
16:50~17:15

Status of Invasive Animals in Taiwan through a Survey of Pet Trade

Shih-Hsiung Liang, Kaohsiung Normal University, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
17:15~17:40

Taiwan Alien Species Information Network (TASIN)

Jung-Tai Chao, Taiwan Forestry Research Institute, COA, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
11:00~12:40 October 6, 2009/ Conference Room 4
Humanities GIS in Japan (2) : Analyzing Humanities Data from Spatiotemporal Perspectives (I)
Moderator: Shoichiro Hara, Center for Integrated Area Studies, Kyoto University, Japan      
11:00~11:30

Hanoi Urban Transformation in the 19-21th Centuries: An Area Informatics Approach

Mamoru Shibayama, Kyoto University, Japan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
11:30~12:00

Spatiotemporal Analysis of Urban Transformation in Hanoi, Vietnam

Go Yonezawa, Kyoto University, Japan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:00~12:40

A Trial of Demographic Analysis by “Population Statistics Database Management System”

Toshihiko Kishi, Kanagawa University, Japan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
14:00~15:00 October 6, 2009/ Conference Room 4
Humanities GIS in Japan (2) : Analyzing Humanities Data from Spatiotemporal Perspectives (II)
Moderator: Mamoru Shibayama, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University, Japan      
14:00~14:30

Ontology of the Japanese Place Name

Mitsuru Aida, National Institute Japanese Literature, Japan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
14:30~15:00

Spatial Distribution of Original Homes of Migrants to Newly Established Villages: A Case Study in Northeast Thailand

Yoshikatsu Nagata, Osaka City University, Japan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
16:00~17:40 October 6, 2009/ Conference Room 4
GIS for Saving Lives
Moderator: Feng-Tyan Lin, College of Planning and Design, National Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan      
16:00~16:20

Informatics and GIS Applications for Risk Management

Royol Chitradon, Hydro and Agro Informatics Institute, Thailand
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
16:20~16:40

Flood Inundation Map and Its Application

Tsang-Jung CHANG, Bioenvironmental Systems Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
16:40~17:00

Development of Debris Flow Monitoring System in Taiwan

Samuel Hsiao-Yuan Yin, Soil & Water Conservation Bureau, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
17:00~17:20

Applications of Spatial Data Analysis in Epidemiology

Ming-Daw Su, Department of Bioenvironmental Systems Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
17:20~17:40

Use and Applications of RS and GIS for Disaster Management in Vietnam

Vu Ngoc Chau, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Vietnam
Minh Hien Hoang, Japan-Vietnam Geo-Informatics Consortium, Vietnam
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]



10/7 (Wednesday)

  International conference Hall
09:00

10:00
Joint Opening (30 min)
Group Photo (30 min)
(60 min/9:00-10:00)
10:20

12:40
Ts'ui-Jung Liu Academia Sinica, Taiwan
(50 min/10:20-11:00)

Pierre-Yves Manguin EFEO, France
(50 min/11:00-11:50)

Chuen-Tsai Sun National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
(50 min/11:50-12:40)
14:00

15:40
Edward Ayers University of Richmond, USA (50 min/14:00-14:50)
Tim Tangherlini UCLA, USA (50 min/14:50-15:40)
16:00

18:00
Poster Session (16:00-16:15)
Visiting the Museum of the Institute of History and Philology (16:15-17:50)
18:30

20:00
Banquet   
(18:30-21:00)


09:00~09:50 October 7, 2009/ International Conference Hall
Joint Opening (I)
09:00~09:30 Joint Opening         
09:30~09:50 Group Photo      
10:10~12:40 October 7, 2009/ International Conference Hall
Joint Opening (II)
10:10~11:00

Impact of Digital Archives on Humanities   

Ts'ui-Jung Liu , Academia Sinica, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
11:00~11:50

Khmer Heritage Research and Documentation at the EFEO: Building a Digitised Corpus of Archaeological and Epigraphical Data  

Pierre-Yves Manguin, EFEO, France
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
11:50~12:40

Game-Native Teachers’ Attitude toward Digital Gaming in School  

Chuen-Tsai Sun, National Chiao-Tung University, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
14:00~15:40 October 7, 2009/ International Conference Hall
Joint Opening (III)
14:00~14:50

Space, Place, and Time: Mapping Historical Changes   

Edward Ayers, University of Richmond, USA
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
14:50~15:40

Maps and Networks  

Timothy Tangherlini, UCLA, USA
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]





10/8 (Thursday)


  Room 2 International conference Hall Room 4
09:00

10:40
TELearn 2009 Conference Applications of e-Learning and Digital Archives in the Fields of Academia, Education, Society and Culture Austronesian Dispersal (I)
11:00

12:40
TELearn 2009 Conference Social Computing and Its Applications Austronesian Dispersal (II)
14:00

15:40
TELearn 2009 Conference Museum & Information Technology New Studies and Research Perspectives on Ancient China (I)
16:00

17:40
TELearn 2009 Conference Unfolding e-Culture in Everyday Life New Studies and Research Perspectives on Ancient China (II)
17:40

18:00
Closing Ceremony

09:00~10:40 October 8, 2009/ International Conference Hall
Applications of E-Learning and Digital Archives in the Fields of Academia, Education, Society and Culture
Moderator: Ching-Yi Liu, National Taiwan University, Taiwan      
09:00~09:30

Digital Archives Rights Clearance in Taiwan

Ming-Yan Shieh, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
09:30~10:00

National Policy and Local Participation in Making Aboriginal Digital Archive: The Lesson from Taiwan

Chen-Ling Hung, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
10:00~10:30

Applications of Digital Archives Geographic Information in K-12 Education

Jinn-Guey Lay, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Presenter: Chun-Lin Kuo, National Donghwa University, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
11:00~12:45 October 8, 2009/ International Conference Hall
Social Computing and Its Applications
Moderator: Irwin King, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong      
11:00~11:45

Social Computing and Its Influence in Education

Irwin King, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
11:45~12:05

An Overview of Human Computation

Ling-Jyh Chen, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:05~12:25

Practical Computer-Generated Animation of the Hermit's Body Twist “Rusie Dotton”

Suthon Wongsuchat, Chularat Tanprasert, National Electronics and Computer Technology Center, Thailand
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
12:25~12:45

Crowdsourcing and Its Applications in Scientific Research

Sheng-Wei Chen, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
14:00~15:40 October 8, 2009/ International Conference Hall
Museum & Information Technology
Moderator: James Quo-Ping Lin, National Palace Museum, Taiwan      
14:00~14:30

Cybermuseum – an E-engagement Platform for Cultural Heritage

Philip Chua, National Heritage Board, Singapore
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
14:30~15:00

Collection Management System of Tokyo National Museum

Ryoji Murata, Tokyo National Museum, Japan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
15:00~15:40

AAT–Taiwan: Toward A Multilingual Access to Cultural Objects

Sophy Shu-Jiun Chen, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
16:00~17:40 October 8, 2009/ International Conference Hall
Unfolding e-Culture in Everyday Life
Moderator: Shih-Chieh Ilya Li, Academia Sinica, Taiwan      
16:00~16:25

ALFAE and Its Engagement in eCulture

Yoshinori Sato, ALFAE Foundation & Tohoku Gakuin University, Japan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
16:25~16:50

The NPO’s Social Input to eCulture

Ching-Teng Hsiao, Frontier Foundation / CITI, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
16:50~17:15

Integrating Field Stories & Digital Archive

Sun-Quan Huang, National Kaohsiung Normal University, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
17:15~17:40

Constructing Thailand's National Anthropometrics Database using 3D Body Scanning Technology

Supiya Charoensiriwath, Piyawut Srichaikul, National Electronics and Computer Technology Center, Thailand
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
09:00~10:40 October 8, 2009/ Conference Room 4
Austronesian Dispersal (I)
Moderator: Paul Jen-kuei Li, Academia Sinica, Taiwan      
09:00~09:30

Taiwan, Southeast Asia and the Pacific, a Genetic Perspective

Stephen Oppenheimer, Oxford University, UK
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
09:30~09:50

More Genetic Sharing among Taiwan Populations than Expected: A Plain Tribes (Pinpu) Perspective

Marie Lin, MacKay Memorial Hospital, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
09:50~10:10

A New Hypothesis of Austronesian Origin and Dispersal

Cheng-Hwa Tsang, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
11:00~12:40 October 8, 2009/ Conference Room 4
Austronesian Dispersal (II)
Moderator: Paul Jen-kuei Li, Academia Sinica, Taiwan      
11:00~11:30

On the Austronesian Dispersal to the Philippines

Lawrence A. Reid, University of Hawai`i at Mānoa, Honolulu/ National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
11:30~11:50

Linguistic Evidence for Austronesian Homeland and Dispersal

Paul Jen-kuei Li, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
11:50~12:10

Taiwan as an Austronesian Homeland: New Evidence and an Interpretation from Shell Midden Remains

Kuang-Ti Li, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
14:00~15:40 October 8, 2009/ Conference Room 4
New Studies and Research Perspectives on Ancient China (I)
Moderator: Maurizio Forte, University of California, Merced, USA      
14:00~14:30

The Western Han Dynasty Museum: from the 3D Data Collection to the 3D Spatial Analysis

Fabrizio Galeazzi, Paola Di Giuseppeantonio Di Franco, University of California, Merced, USA (Remotely)
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
14:30~15:00

Western Han Landscape and Remote Sensing Applications at Xi’an (China)

Maurizio Forte, University of California, Merced, USA
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
15:00~15:20

The Virtual Museum of the Western Han Dynasty: 3D Documentation and Interpretation

Sofia Pescarin, CNR-ITABC, Rome, Italy (Remotely)
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
15:20~15:35

West Han Artifacts of Han Yangling Mausoleum Museum, Maoling Mausoleum Museum, and Xianyang Museum in Xi'an

Li Jiajun, Art Museum, Xi'an Jiaotong University, China (Remotely)
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
Discussant I-tien Hsing, Academia Sinica, Taiwan      
16:00~17:40 October 8, 2009/ Conference Room 4
New Studies and Research Perspectives on Ancient China (I)
Moderator: Maurizio Forte, University of California, Merced, USA      
15:50~16:10

ECAI and GIS

Lew Lancaster, ECAI, Berkley, USA (Remotely)
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
16:10~16:30

The Spatial Organization of Territory in Imperial China

Ruth Mostern, University of California, Merced, USA
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
16:30~16:50

Building an Infrastructure for Digital Humanities Research: Issues and Considerations

Peter Zhou, UC Berkeley, USA
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
16:50~17:10

Chinese Pilgrims to India

Duraiswamy Dayalan, Archaeological Survey of India, India
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]
17:10~17:30

Fresco Tomb of Han Dynasty in Qu Jiang New District, Xi'an

Cheng Lingquan, Institute of Cultural Relics Preservation and archaeology of Xi'an, China
[Abs] [Slide] [CV]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 






10/9 (Friday)


Excursion
1.NPM
2. Juming Museum