Program

Scientific Program

 

Conference Dates

August 16-18 PNC Annual Conference

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Daily Program (*Last updated on November 21, 2016)

Keynote & Plenary Sessions & Group Photo
09:00-11:30, August 16, 2016, Harold M. Williams Auditorium

09:00-09:30

Opening Ceremony

   
Moderator:

Fan-Sen Wang, Chair, PNC and Vice President, Academia Sinica

   
09:30-10:15

Data and the Construction of Reality
Michael K. Buckland
Emeritus Professor, School of Information,
University of California, Berkeley
Co-Director, Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative

[Abstract]
Moderator:

Da-Wei Wang, Chief Executive Officer, PNC and Research Fellow, Academia Sinica

   
10:15-11:00

Are We Using Data Effectively to Connect Users to What They Seek?
Murtha Baca
Head of Digital Art History Program, Getty Research Institute

[Abstract]
11:00-11:15

Group Photo

   
11:15-11:30

Coffee Break

   

Connecting Silos: Getty Vocabularies, Linked Open Data, and International Image Interoperability Framework
11:30-13:00, August 16, 2016, Harold M. Williams Auditorium

Moderator:

Murtha Baca, Getty Research Institute

[Abstract]  
11:30-12:00

Using the Linked Open Data (LOD) Publications of the Getty Vocabularies to Connect Cultural Heritage Resources
Joan Cobb, The J. Paul Getty Trust

[Abstract]
12:00-12:30

Building on Vocabularies: Transforming Museum Collection Information as Linked Data
Brenda Podemski, The J. Paul Getty Museum

[Abstract]
12:30-13:00

Providing Access to Museum Linked Data via International Image
Interoperability Framework (IIIF)

Robert Sanderson, The J. Paul Getty Trust

[Abstract]

Talent Cultivation Program for Smart Living in Taiwan
11:30-13:00, August 16, 2016, Museum Lecture Hall

Moderator:

Chauchin Su, National Chiao Tung University

[Abstract]  
11:30-12:00

Talent Cultivation Program for Smart Living - Consortiums for Integrated Innovation
Chauchin Su, National Chiao Tung University

[Abstract]
12:00-12:30

Social Innovation and Smart University: A Living Lab Approach toward Interdisciplinary and Entrepreneurship Education
Sue-Ching Jou, National Taiwan University

[Abstract]
12:30-13:00

Interdisciplinary Education in Active Life: Evidence from ASLIS2015
Tung-Jung (David) Sung, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology

 

ECAI Workshop: Culture, Data, and Reality
11:30-13:00, August 16, 2016, Museum Studios

Moderator: Paul Ell, Queen's University Belfast    
11:30-12:00

Systems vs Process
Lewis Lancaster, University of California, Berkeley

 
12:30-12:30

Readers, Corpora, Dictionaries, and Gazetteers
Alex Amies, Nan Tien Institute

 
12:30-13:00

Reconstructing our Understanding of the Past with Mapping and Visualization
Jeanette Zerneke, University of California, Berkeley

 

 

Using the Web, Social Media, and Metrics to Engage New Audiences and Measure Success
14:00-15:30, August 16, 2016, Harold M. Williams Auditorium


Moderator:

Liz McDermott, Getty Research Institute

 
14:00-14:30

Using the Web, Social Media, and Metrics to Engage New Audiences and Measure Success
Liz McDermott, Getty Research Institute

[Abstract]
14:30-14:50

Remaking the Getty Blog
Annelisa Stephan, The J. Paul Getty Trust

[Abstract]
14:50-15:10

Understanding How Scholars Use Social Media
Betsy Brand, Getty Research Institute

[Abstract]
15:10-15:30

Curating Metrics for Senior Management
Ruth Cuadra & Kristen Decker, GRI Metrics Working Group

[Abstract]

Knowledge Organization for Digital Humanities
14:00-15:30, August 16, 2016, Museum Lecture Hall

Moderator:

Sophy Shu-Jiun Chen, Academia Sinica

   
14:00-14:30

Modelling Music as Linked Data: Works, Events, and Worldviews
Nancy Lorimer, Stanford University Libraries

[Abstract] [PPT]
14:30-15:00

Transforming Traditional Chinese Bibliography: A Database with a
Novel Approach

Hur-Li Lee, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

[Abstract] [PPT]
15:00-15:30

TEI and Oral History Ontology
Mei Mei Wu, National Taiwan Normal University

[Abstract]  

 

ECAI Workshop: Cultural Heritage and Mapping
14:00-15:30, August 16, 2016, Museum Studios

Moderator: Michael Buckland, University of California, Berkeley    
14:00-14:20

Extrapolating General Principles from Localized Data - Hangzhou‘s Recent History of Water Management
Thomas Hahn, Independent Scholar

  [PPT]
14:20-14:40

Data and Reality in Sulawesi: Indo-Pacific Maritime Buddhism
David Blundell, National Chengchi University

  [PPT]
14:40-15:00

Visualising the First World War
Paul Ell, Queen's University Belfast

   
15:00-15:20 Does Data Driven Compassion Exist?
Margaret Meloni, University of the West
  [PPT]
15:20-15:30

Q&A

   

 

Spatiotemporal Basic Data and their Linkage
16:00-17:30, August 16, 2016, Harold M. Williams Auditorium

Moderator:

Tatsuki Sekino, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature

[Abstract]  
16:00-16:30

Linked Data of Temporal Information
Tatsuki Sekino, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature

[Abstract]
16:30-17:00

Accuracy of Place Names and their Locations in Thailand on Gaihozu
Yoshikatsu Nagata, Osaka City University

[Abstract]
17:00-17:30

Using MS Excel to Tell a Spatio-temporal Story: The Application of Excel2Earth
Chih-sung Teng, National Taiwan University

[Abstract]

Digital Documentation for Cultural Heritage
16:00-17:30, August 16, 2016, Museum Lecture Hall

Moderator:

Hur-Li Lee, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

   
16:00-16:30

Cultural Heritage Inventory Using Arches: Case Study of a Rural Community in Taiwan
Jihn-Fa Jan, National Chengchi University

[Abstract]
16:30-17:00

What May be Proactive Preservation of our Visual Cultural History? Discussion from a Study of 19th-century Photographs of China in the George Eastman Museum Collection
Qiming Song, George Eastman Museum

   
17:00-17:30

Evaluating, Simulating, and Ameliorating Visual Impacts of Waterfalls Hydropower on Holy Sites
Alan Potkin, Northern Illinois University, USA

   

ECAI Workshop: Cultural Heritage References, Research, and Mapping
16:00-17:30, August 16, 2016, Museum Studios

Moderator: David Blundell, National Chengchi University    
16:00-16:30

17th Century Dutch Manuscripts: Formosa and Monsoon Asia Dynamic Mapping
Ann Heylen, National Taiwan Normal University

  [PPT]
16:30-17:00

GIS Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Chinese Woodblock Prints (Nianhua 年畫) and Religious Networks in Taiwan
Ching-chih Lin, National Chengchi University

   
17:00-17:30 Taiwan’s Industrial Development Models: an Inductive Research from Taiwan’s Economic Dynamics by Utilizing Cluster Mapping Framework
Janet Tan & Jihn-Fa Jan, National Chengchi University
[Abstract]  

 

Keynote & Plenary Sessions
09:00-11:00, August 17, 2016, Harold M. Williams Auditorium

Moderator: Murtha Baca, Head of Digital Art History Program, Getty Research Institute    
09:00-09:45

Data Visualization: Interpretative Dimensions
Johanna Drucker
Bernard and Martin Breslauer Professor of Bibliography
Department of Information Studies, University of California, Los Angeles

[Abstract]
Moderator: Lewis Lancaster, Director of Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative, University of California, Berkeley    
09:45-10:30

What Happens after the Scholarly Data Revolution and “Big Data”? Opportunities and Challenges in Knowledge Structures and New Forms of Scholarly Communications
Clifford A. Lynch
Executive Director, Coalition for Networked Information

[Abstract]  
10:30-11:00

Coffee Break

   

Digital Humanities and Sinology
11:00-13:00, August 17, 2016, Harold M. Williams Auditorium

Moderator:

Jieh Hsiang, National Taiwan University

   
11:00-11:30

Rethinking Scholarship: Data Analytics in Chinese Buddhist Philology
Christine L. Borgman, University of California, Los Angeles

[Abstract]  
11:30-12:00

What is the Problem? Digital Studies and Professional Historians
Tani Barlow, Rice University

[Abstract]
12:00-12:30

A New Digital Divide? The Deep Politics of Digital Humanities in Asia and the Non-Western World
Thomas S. Mullaney, Stanford University

[Abstract]  
12:30-13:00

How to Read Encyclopedea – the Tale of Two Leishu
Jieh Hsiang, National Taiwan University

[Abstract]

Institutional Linked Open Data
11:00-13:00, August 17, 2016, Museum Lecture Hall

Moderator:

Shoichiro Hara, Kyoto University

[Abstract]  
11:00-11:30

Lined Open Data for Knowledgebase
Shoichiro Hara, Kyoto University

[Abstract]
11:30-12:00

Constructing Large-scale Cultural and Research Linked Data
Makoto Goto, National Museum of Japanese History, Japan

[Abstract]
12:00-12:30

Classification and Representation of Scenes in Field Note by Spatiotemporal Characteristics Using Linked Data
Taizo Yamada, The University of Tokyo

[Abstract]
12:30-13:00

Data Curation of Scientific Investigation Over the South China Sea
Chao Xu, Chinese Academy of Sciences

   

Digital Methods in Society
11:00-13:00, August 17, 2016, Museum Studios

Moderator: Mei Mei Wu, National Taiwan Normal University    
11:00-11:40

A Case Study of a Linked Data Application of Manufacturing SMEs Profiles to Business Negotiations
Maya Sato, Osaka Urban Industry Promotion Center

   
11:40-12:20

Intelligent Systems for Digital Chinese Learning
Yao-Ting Sung, National Taiwan Normal University

   
12:20-13:00

The Correlation of Children’s Game-Play Learning
Joni Tzhchen Tang, Kizi Lab Inc.

[Abstract]

Open Access and Cultural Heritage Collections: Legal Tools and Practical Considerations
14:00-15:30, August 17, 2016, Harold M. Williams Auditorium

Moderator:

Mikka Gee Conway, The J. Paul Getty Trust

[Abstract]
Panelists:

Shun-ling Chen, Academia Sinica

   
 

Jane Park, Creative Commons

   
 

Angela Riggio, UCLA Library

   

Symposium on Biodiversity and Sustainability
14:00-15:30, August 17, 2016, Museum Lecture Hall

Moderator:

Chang-Hung Chou, China Medical University

   
14:00-14:30

Diversity of Natural Products from Plants in Sustainable Agriculture
Chang-Hung Chou, China Medical University

   
14:30-15:00 Challenges to the Conservation of Sino-Vietnamese Limestone Karst Biodiversity
Kuo-Fang Chung, Academia Sinica
   
15:00-15:30

Species Divergence between Achlorophyllous Orchids Gastrodia (Orchidiaceae) Associated with Reproductive Isolation based on Multilocus Analyses
Yu-Chung Chiang, National Sun Yat-sen University

   

ECAI Workshop: Cultural Heritage Research Tools
14:00-15:30, August 17, 2016, Museum Studio

Moderator: Howie Lan, University of California, Berkeley    
14:00-14:20

Time Information System on the Web
Tatsuki Sekino, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature

 
14:20-14:40

Collaborative, Distributed Curation of Gazetteer Data: the PeriodO Project
Ryan Shaw & Patrick Golden, University of North Carolina

 
14:40-15:00

My Database as a Database Builder for Humanities
Hara Shoichiro, Kyoto University

 
15:00-15:20 Application of Open Source Geospatial Software in Digital Humanities
Jihn-Fa Jan, National Chengchi University
 
15:20-15:30

Q&A

   


Keynote & Plenary Sessions
09:30-10:45, August 18, 2016, Harold M. Williams Auditorium

Moderator: John Lehman, Professor, Tongji University & University of Oregon    
09:30-10:15

Flying Spirit in Dunhuang: Immersive Experience on Virtual
Touring of Mogao Caves
Yi-Ping Hung
Professor, Graduate Institute of Networking and Multimedia, Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering, National Taiwan University
Joint Faculty Research Fellow, Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica

[Abstract] [PPT]
10:15-10:45

Coffee Break

   

Theory vs. Practice: How Attention to User Experience and Project Management Practices Improves Information Access
10:45-12:15, August 18, 2016, Harold M. Williams Auditorium

Moderator:

Jack Ludden, The J. Paul Getty Trust

[Abstract]  
10:45-11:15

Theory vs Practice: Collaboration and Evaluation
Jack Ludden, The J. Paul Getty Trust

[Abstract] [PPT]
11:15-11:45

Theory vs Practice: Implementing Project Management
Molly Callender, The J. Paul Getty Trust

[Abstract] [PPT]
11:45-12:15

Theory vs Practice: Successful User Experience Design
Ahree Lee, The J. Paul Getty Trust

  [PPT]

Digital Library
10:45-12:15, August 18, 2016, Museum Lecture Hall

Moderator:

Shu-hsien Tseng, National Central Library

[Abstract]  
10:45-11:15

Digital Preservation and Curation for Cultural and Intellectual Assets—National Central Library’s Experiences
Shu-hsien Tseng, National Central Library

[Abstract]
11:15-11:45

Digital Dunhuang: A Growing World-Class Digital Humanities Resource for Digital Preservation
Peter Zhou, University of California, Berkeley

[Abstract]
11:45-12:15

Ontology-Based Digital Humanities System for the Development of Librarianship in Taiwan
Hao-Ren Ke, National Taiwan Normal University

[Abstract]


ECAI Workshop: Maritime Buddhism
10:45-12:15, August 18, 2016, Museum Studios

Moderator: Jeanette Zerneke, University of California, Berkeley    
10:45-11:05

Travels of Atisha
Karma Ngodup, University of Chicago

 
11:05-11:25

The Examination of Accounts Relating to Sea Traders in the Buddhist Jātakas and Avadānas
Miroj Shakya, University of the West

 
11:25-11:45

Vietnam Monastic Mapping
Ven Dung An, Ho Chi Minh

 
11:45-12:05 Buddhism - Report on Atlas - Sri Lanka
Bhante Chao Chu, Rosemead Buddhist Monastery
 
12:05-12:15

Q&A

   


From Data to Discovery: Digital Content Creation and Curation in Libraries & Archives
13:30-15:00, August 18, 2016, Harold M. Williams Auditorium

Moderator:

Aimee Lind, Getty Research Institute

[Abstract]  
13:30-13:50

What Digitization Wants: Emergent Audiences from Digital Collections
Derek Christian Quezada, Getty Research Institute

[Abstract]
13:50-14:10

Discovery of Library Collections through Social Media and Wikipedia
Sarah Sherman, Getty Research Institute

 
14:10-14:30

Navigating Getty Provenance Resources and Datasets
Melissa Gill & Sally McKay, Getty Research Institute

[Abstract]
14:30-14:50

Digitization of Architectural Archives: a User Needs Assessment
Aimee Lind, Getty Research Institute

[Abstract]
14:50-15:00

Q&A

   

ICT-Enhanced Human-Environment Interactions
13:30-15:00, August 18, 2016, Museum Lecture Hall

Moderator:

Feng-Tyan Lin, National Cheng Kung University

[Abstract]  
13:30-14:00

A Smart Tool for Training Timely Emergency Response
Feng-Tyan Lin, National Cheng Kung University

[Abstract]
14:00-14:30

A Study of Utilizing Augmented Reality for the Exhibition in the Asia
University Museum of Modern Art
Yen-Liang Wu, Asia University

 
14:30-15:00

Design Thinking for the Application of Wearable Devices in Smart Living
Sheng-Ming Wang, National Taipei University of Technology

[Abstract]

ECAI Workshop: Buddhism History and Mapping
13:30-15:00, August 18, 2016, Museum Studios

Moderator: Lewis Lancaster, University of California, Berkeley    
13:30-13:50

The Proxy of What? Characteristics of Spatial Data in the Construction of Regional Religious System (RRS) in China
Jiang Wu, University of Arizona

   
13:50-14:10

A Study on the Donors of Fangshan Rock-Cut Buddhist Scriptures in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644)
Darui Long, University of the West

 
14:10-14:30

The Relative Location and Historical Development of Dunhuang in Relation to other Buddhist Cave Temple sites in the Gansu and Amdo Regions
Karl Ryavec, University of California, Merced

 
14:30-14:45

Lubsan Sandam Tsydenov, Ilja Dandaron and the Abbot of Kumbum
Vello Vaartnou, Estonian Nyingma

[Abstract]
14:45-15:00

Karl Tonisson, the Father of Estonian Buddhism
Marju Broder, Estonian Nyingma

[Abstract]

 

Cultural Heritage and New Technologies: Digitization, Historical GIS and New Media Art
15:30-17:00, August 18, 2016, Museum Lecture Hall

Moderator:

James Quo-Ping Lin, National Palace Museum

   
15:30-15:50

Analyzing Ticket Data from a Museum Born Digital in the Digital Age
Richard Cherry, The Broad

   
15:50-16:10

Digitizing the Taj Mahal - New Knowledge through a Virtual Realization
Krupali Krusche, University of Notre Dame

 
16:10-16:30

Historical GIS for Visualizing the Diffusion Process of Vaccination against Smallpox in Central Japan
Hiroshi Kawaguchi, Tezukayama University

[Abstract] [PPT]
16:30-16:50

A Progressive Model of New Media Art in the Museum Context: A Case Study of the National Palace Museum
James Quo-Ping Lin, National Palace Museum

[Abstract] [PPT]
16:50-17:00

Q&A

   

ECAI Workshop: Buddhist References and Research
15:30-17:00, August 18, 2016, Museum Studios

Moderator: Howie Lan, University of California, Berkeley    
15:30-15:50

Buddhist Text Online Demo
Cheah Shen Yap, Independent Scholar

   
15:50-16:10

Equivalence, Transliteration, and Translation: Compiling and Translating Chinese Buddhist Lexicography
Miao Guang Shih, Fo Guang Shan

[Abstract] [PPT]
16:10-16:30

Faulty Translation of Buddhist Research Literature
Laura Nguyen, University of the West

  [PPT]
16:30-16:50

Museum on Miracle - Buddha Memorial Center
Miaolung Shih, Fo Guang Shan

[Abstract] [PPT]
16:50-17:00

Q&A

   

Closing and Awards Ceremony
17:00-17:30, August 18, 2016, Museum Lecture Hall

 

[Please click to download the Poster Presentation List]

Poster Presentation List:

Poster No. Title
Author, Affiliation
1 The Assessment of Taiwan College Students' Online Information Literacy
Jyh-Chong LIANG, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
Tzu-Bin LIN, National Taiwan Normal University
Yen-Yuan CHEN, National Taiwan University College of Medicine
Chin-Chung TSAI, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
2 Construction of the Corpus of Historical Japanese
Toshinobu OGISO & Yuki WATANABE,
National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics
3 The Definition of the Word Unit in the Corpus of Toraakira-bon kyÅgen
Yuki WATANABE, National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics
Taro ICHIMURA, Tokoha University
Toshinobu OGISO, National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics
4 Development of the E-time-capsule and its Experimental Uses
Kazuya TAKEMATA, Takumi NISHIYAMA, Akiyuki MINAMIDE,
Kanazawa Technical College
5 Opportunities and Challenges Faced by Digital Libraries in the Era of Big Data
Xinning SU, Nanjing University
6 Karl Tonisson, the Father of Estonian Buddhism
Marju BRODER, Estonian Nyingma, Buddhism & Australia
7 Lubsan Sandam Tsydenov, Ilja Dandaron and the Abbot of Kumbum
Vello VAARTNOU, Estonian Nyingma, Buddhism & Australia Inc
8 Empirical Study on Sentiment Orientation Analysis of Chinese Microblog in Emergencies
Jiamin WANG, Nanjing University of Science and Technology
9 Digitizing the Taj Mahal - New Knowledge through a Virtual Realization
Krupali KRUSCHE & Kristen GATES,
University of Notre Dame
10 Museum on Miracle - The Buddha Memorial Center
Miaolung SHIH, Foguangshan
11 Digital Museums— “Hot Body, Cool Tech: Performative and
Choreographed Bodies in New Media”
Francesca ALBREZZI & I-Wen CHANG,
University of California, Los Angeles