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November 7-9 PNC Annual Conference 【Program at a Glance

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Daily Program (*Last updated on November 17, 2017)

Keynote & Plenary Sessions & Group Photo
09:00-11:30, November 7, 2017,
Chung Hwa Hall (V1)

09:00-09:30

Opening Ceremony

   
Moderator:

Chin-Shing Huang, Chair, PNC and Vice President, Academia Sinica

   
09:30-10:15

Data-Informed Decision Making in Public Health:
Case Study in Tainan

Huey-Jen Jenny Su, President, National Cheng Kung University

10:15-11:00

The Amnesiac Civilization
David S. H. Rosenthal, Founding Chief Scientist, LOCKSS Program,
Stanford University Libraries

11:00-11:15

Group Photo

   
11:15-11:30

Coffee Break

   

Smart Cities in Taiwan I
11:30-13:00, November 7, 2017, Conference Room 2 (V2)

Moderator:

Feng-Tyan Lin, National Cheng Kung University

   
11:30-11:50

Taipei Smart City as a Living Lab – the Government as a Platform
Wei-Bin Lee1, Randy Liao1, 1Taipei City Government

 
11:50-12:10

The Strategic Development and Spatial Information Applications of Smart Cities in Taiwan
Tien-Yin Chou1, Yang-Tien Hsu1, 1Feng Chia University

 
12:10-12:30

Smart City @ Kaohsiung
Chun-Chieh Liu, Kaohsiung City Government

   
12:30-12:50

The Experiences of Developing Smart City of Tainan
Feng-Tyan Lin1, Yi-Pei Liao1, Yung Chi Yen1, Bing Jhe Wu1,
Huei-Yun Hsu1, Yu-Chih Lin2,Yi-Chuang, Lin3
1National Cheng Kung University, 2Feng Chia University,
3Tainan City Government

 
12:50-13:00

Q&A

   

Education Innovation with ICT
11:30-13:00, November 7, 2017, Conference Room 3 (V3)

Moderator:

Pau-Choo Chung, Ministry of Education

   
11:30-11:50

Bridging the Digital Divide with Information Technology in Taiwan: A Community and Public Policy Approach
Wen-Wei Hsiu1, Yao-nan Lin2, 1National Dong Hwa University, 2Fu Jen Catholic University

   
11:50-12:10

University Learning Ecosystem Innovation Project in Taiwan
Ming Chi Wu1, Chung-I Lin2, 1National Taiwan Normal University, 2National Cheng Kung University

   
12:10-12:30

Practices of Innovative Technology and Education for Sustainability in Taiwan Sustainable Campus Program
Yen-Yi Li1, Hsin-Hao Chen2, Wen-Cheng Shao3, Shuh-Ren Jing4, Fong-Yu Chiu5, Huey-Jen Jenny Su6
1ShuTe University, 2National Taitung Junior College, 3National Taipei University of Technology, 4Chia Nan University, 5Ministry of Education, 6National Cheng Kung University

   
12:30-12:50

Academic Writing as Corpus for Assessment of ePortfolio
Tosh Yamamoto1, Maki Okunuki1, Masaki Watanabe1,
1Kansai University

   
12:50-13:00

Q&A

 

ECAI Workshop: ECAI @ 20 -- History and Impact
11:30-13:00, November 7, 2017, Conference Room 4 (V4)

Moderator:

David Blundell, National Chengchi University

   
11:30-12:00

ECAI Retrospective | Digital Atlas Prospective
Ruth Mostern, University of Pittsburgh

   
12:00-12:30

ECAI and What, Where, When and How
Michael Buckland, University of California, Berkeley

   
12:30-13:00

ECAI Mapping and Visualization of Cultural Data
Jeanette Zerneke, University of California, Berkeley

   

 

Smart Cities in Taiwan II
14:30-16:00, November 7, 2017, Conference Room (V2)


Moderator:

Feng-Tyan Lin, National Cheng Kung University

 
14:30-15:00

An Advanced Recharge Decision Support System for Heterogeneous Electric Scooter Users
Shou-Ren Hu1, Meng-Ru Xiao1, 1National Cheng Kung University

   
15:00-15:30

A Tentative Proposal for Constructing the Smart Hualien
Yung-Jaan Lee, Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research

   
15:30-16:00

Smart Planning in Mixed Use Agricultural and Industrial Area – A Case Study in Changhua County, Taiwan
Yi-Pei Liao1, Feng-Tyan Lin1, 1National Cheng Kung University

   

Linked Open Cultural Heritage: Moving Controlled Vocabularies into
the Semantic Web
14:30-16:00, November 7, 2017, Conference Room 3 (V3)

Moderator:

Shu-Jiun Chen, Academia Sinica

   
14:30-15:00

Preparing Legacy Data for Publication in a Linked and Open World
Joan Cobb, The J. Paul Getty Trust

   
15:00-15:30

The Vocabulary Work of RKD and the National Strategy Digital
Heritage in the Netherlands

Reem Weda, Netherlands Institute of Art History (RKD)

   
15:30-16:00

Linked Data and IIIF: Integrating Taxonomy Management with Image Annotation
Gene Loh, Synaptica

   

 

ECAI Workshop: Future - Documenting Cultural History
14:30-16:00, November 7, 2017, Conference Room 4 (V4)

Moderator:

Michael Buckland, University of California, Berkeley

   
14:30-15:00

Atlas of Maritime Buddhism Project Update
Sarah Kenderdine, Ecole Polytechnique Federale De Lausanne

   
15:00-15:30

Regional Religious System and Linguistic Geography: A Revisit of Willem Grootaers' Survey of North China in 1940s
Jiang Wu, University of Arizona

   
15:30-16:00

Surveying the Empire by Boat --Chinese Emperors and their Inspection Tours along the Grand Canal
Thomas Hahn, Independent Scholar

   

 

Research Resources and Knowledge Discovery
16:30-18:00, November 7, 2017, Conference Room 2 (V2)

Moderator:

Makoto Goto, National Museum of Japanese History

   
16:30-16:50

Constructing Methodology of Research Resource Information in
Premodern Japan: Spatial Information and Linked Data

Makoto Goto, National Museum of Japanese History

   
16:50-17:10

Detection of Topics from Newspaper and its Analysis of Temporal Variations in Regions
Taizo Yamada, The University of Tokyo

   
17:10-17:30

Development of a Text Retrieval and Mining System for Taiwanese Historical People
Shun-Hong Sie1, Hao-Ren Ke1, Su-Bing Chang1,
1National Taiwan Normal University

   
17:30-17:50

Film Language Analysis in Society News-A Case Study of
The New York Times

Te-Yuan Chen1, Hsuan-Chi Liu1, Chia-Yu Hsu1,
1National Taiwan University

   
17:50-18:00

Q&A

   


Digital Humanities and Historical Research Method
16:30-18:00, November 7, 2017, Conference Room 3 (V3)


Moderator:

Jieh Hsiang, National Taiwan University

   
16:30-17:00

Creating and Analysing Textual Databases with MARKUS and DOCUSKY
Hilde De Weerdt, Leiden University

   
17:00-17:30

Indexing Cultures of Practice: Tracking Methods and Materials across Religious and Medical Corpora
Michael Stanley-Baker, Nanyang Technological University

   
17:30-18:00

On the Construction of a Personal Textbase with Document Markups and Metadata
Hsieh-Chang Tu, National Taiwan University

   

ECAI Workshop: Digital Buddhist Studies
16:30-18:00, November 7, 2017, Conference Room 4 (V4)

    Moderator: Lewis Lancaster, University of California, Berkeley    
    Panelists:      
    16:30-17:30      
    • Janos Jelen, Dharma Gate Buddhist College
    • Jiang Wu, University of Arizona
    • Max Deeg, Cardiff University
    • Stefania Travagnin, University of Groningen
    • Bhante Chao Chu, Los Angeles Buddhist Union
       
    17:30-18:00

    Ivolginsky Datsan
    Marju Broder, Estonian Nyingma
    Ja Lama with his Legends
    Vello Vaartnou, Estonian Nyingma

       

     

    Keynote & Plenary Sessions
    09:00-11:00, November 8, 2017, Chung Hwa Hall (V1)

    Moderator:

    Lewis Lancaster, Director, Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative, University of California, Berkeley

       
    09:00-09:45

    Tracking Social Interactions with Data from Sampling Surveys, Contact Diaries, and Social Media
    Yang-Chih Fu, Research Fellow, Institute of Sociology,
    Academia Sinica

    09:45-10:30

    Worlds Full of Places: Toward a Global Ecology of Historical Gazetteers
    Ruth Mostern, Associate Professor, Department of History,
    and Director, World History Center, University of Pittsburgh

     
    10:30-11:00

    Coffee Break

       

    Spatiotemporal Knowledgebase
    11:00-12:30, November 8, 2017, Conference Room 2 (V2)

    Moderator:

    Shoichiro Hara, Kyoto University

       
    11:00-11:20

    Digital Gazetteer as a Knowledgebase for Open Data Science
    Shoichiro Hara, Kyoto University

       
    11:20-11:40

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

       
    11:40-12:00

    Collaborative Spatio-time Referencing for Sustainable Human-centered Digital Content Archive
    Masatoshi Arikawa1, Ruochen Si1, Min Lu1, 1The University of Tokyo

       
    12:00-12:20

    The Cyber Infrastructure For GeoHumanities: Taking CCTS API and Web Services as an Example
    Hsiung-Ming Liao, Academia Sinica

       
    12:20-12:30

    Q&A

       

    Digital Libraries: The Intersection of Humanity and Technology
    11:00-12:30, November 8, 2017, Conference Room 3 (V3)

    Moderator:

    Shu-Hsien Tseng, National Central Library

       
    11:00-11:30

    Library Users in Digital Ecosystems – Milestones and Obstacles
    Klaus Ceynowa, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (Bavarian State Library)

       
    11:30-12:00

    Transform Children’s Library into a Mixed-reality Learning Environment Using Smartwatch Navigation and Information Visualization Interfaces
    Ko-Chiu Wu, National Taipei University of Technology

       
    12:00-12:30

    Taiwan Memory: Recollection, Repurposing, and Recalls
    Chiung-Min Tsai, National Taiwan University

       

    ECAI Workshop: ApSTi - Taiwan Cultural Conservation Panel
    11:00-12:30, November 8, 2017, Conference Room 4 (V4)

    Moderator: David Blundell, National Chengchi University    
    Panelists:      
     
    • Muslim Graveyards in Taipei and Kaohsiung: Migration, Harmonization, and Localization
      Oliver Streiter1, Ya-Ching Zhan2, and Marit Haighton3,
      1National University of Kaohsiung, 2Taiwan National University, 3National Chengchi University
    • Illustrating Religious History Over Time and Space: Tracing a Branch of I-Kuan Tao (Yiguandao) in StoryMap
      Ching-chih Lin, National Chengchi University
    • Dynamic HGIS Maps and 17th-century Taiwan Dutch Manuscripts: Working through StoryMap Sampling
      Ann Heylen1, Kyle Griffin2, 1National Taiwan Normal University, 2National Chengchi University
    • Taiwan's Earth Deity Shrines: Ethnographic Digital Heritage Mapping
      James Morris, National Chengchi University
    • Cultural Impediments to Historical Preservation: The Rapid Disappearance of Traditional Graves in Taiwan
      Linda Gail Arrigo, Taipei Medical University
    • The Meaning of the Baoxin Graves for the Local History of Xindian and Taipei Basin Settlement
      Cat Chiyang Shih, Independent Historian
       

     

    Keynote & Plenary Sessions
    09:00-11:00, November 9, 2017, Chung Hwa Hall (V1)

    Moderator:

    Feng-Tyan Lin, Distinguished Professor, Department of Urban Planning, National Cheng Kung University

       
    09:00-09:45

    My Experience on the Application of 3D Digital Data on Cultural Heritage Cases in Taiwan
    Min-Fu Hsu, Distinguished Professor, Department of Architecture,
    National Cheng Kung University

     
    09:45-10:30

    Making Sense of Internet of Things: Using AirBox as an Example
    Ling-Jyh Chen, Chief Executive Officer, PNC and Associate Research Fellow, Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica

       
    10:30-11:00

    Coffee Break

       

    Linked Heritage: Creative Reuse of Digital Content
    11:00-12:30, November 9, 2017, Conference Room 2 (V2)

    Moderator:

    Joan Cobb, The J. Paul Getty Trust

       
    11:00-11:20

    Digital Cultural Heritage: Access and Re-use
    Monika Hagedorn-Saupe1, Axel Ermert1, 1Institut für Museumsforschung Staatliche Museen zu Berlin (State Museums of Berlin/ Institute for Museum Research)

       
    11:20-11:40

    Approaching a New Episode of Digital Content Creative Reuse at the National Palace Museum
    Quo-Ping Lin, National Palace Museum

       
    11:40-12:00

    Geographic Names on Old Maps of Early 20th Century toward a
    Spatio-temporal Gazetteer: A study on their Accuracy in Northeast Thailand

    Yoshikatsu Nagata, Osaka City University

       
    12:00-12:20

    Transcoding Intangible Heritage: The Folklore Stories of Malaysia
    Delas Santano, Sunway University

       
    12:20-12:30

    Q&A

       


    Space-time Visualization and Epidemiological Analysis on how Environmental Factors Affect Human Health
    11:00-12:30, November 9, 2017, Conference Room 3 (V3)

    Moderator:

    Ta-Chien Chan, Academia Sinica

       
    11:00-11:20

    Estimating Future Emerging Risks of Dengue Fever Outbreaks in Japan
    Mayuko Yonejima1, Tomoki Nakaya2, Shinya Yasumoto2,
    Ta-Chien Chan3,
    1Kumamoto University, 2Ritsumeikan University, 3Academia Sinica

       
    11:20-11:40

    Spatial Variability of Geriatric Depression Risk in a High-density City: A Socio-Environmental Vulnerability Mapping Approach
    Hung Chak Ho1, Kevin Ka-Lun Lau1, Ruby Yu1, Jean Woo1, Timothy Chi Yui Kwok1, Edward Ng1, 1The Chinese University of Hong Kong

       
    11:40-12:00

    The Association between Climate Change and Diarrhea among
    the Nations of the Pacific Rim

    Chien-Chou Chen1, Bo-Cheng Lin1, Ta-Chien Chan1,
    1Academia Sinica

       
    12:00-12:20

    The Impacts of Climate Change on the Occurrence of Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest
    Bo-Cheng Lin1, Chien-Chou Chen1, Ta-Chien Chan1,
    1Academia Sinica

       
    12:20-12:30

    Q&A

       


    ECAI Workshop: Technology - Building Useful Tools
    11:00-12:30, November 9, 2017, Conference Room 4 (V4)

    Moderator:

    Jeanette Zerneke, University of California, Berkeley

       
    11:00-11:20

    An Overview of the Challenges in and Tools for the Translation of Chinese Buddhist Texts
    Alex Amies, Google

       
    11:20-11:40

    CBETA Research Platform
    Joey Hung, Dharma Drum Buddhist College

       
    11:40-12:00

    Retooling a Research Data Repository: data.depositar.io
    Tyng-Ruey Chuang1, Andrea Wei-Ching Huang1, Cheng-Jen Lee1, Huang-Sin Syu1, 1Academia Sinica

       
    12:00-12:20

    Telling a Story with ESRI Story Maps
    Jihn-Fa (Andy) Jan, National Chengchi University

       
    12:20-12:30 Q&A    


    Application of ICT on Art Museum Exhibition Guide
    14:00-15:30, November 9, 2017, Conference Room 2 (V2)

    Moderator:

    Ching-Sheng Chiu, Feng Chia University

       
    14:00-14:20

    Proactive Guiding with iBeacon in Art Museum
    Wen-Thong Chang, Asia University

       
    14:20-14:40

    Interactive Media Design for Art Museum Guide
    Yen-Liang Wu, Asia University

       
    14:40-15:00

    An Ontology-based Expert System for Representing Cultural Meanings: An Example of an Art Museum
    Feng-Tyan Lin1, Yu-Chih Lin2,
    1National Cheng Kung University, 2Feng Chia University

       
    15:00-15:20

    Multi-Dimensional Spatio-Temporal Data Model – Application to Tourism Guidance System of Cultural Resources
    Ching-Sheng Chiu1, Chin-Chien Cheng1, Yu-Chih Lin1,
    1Feng Chia University

       
    15:20-15:30

    Q&A

       

    Symposium on Biodiversity Conservation as Affected by Climate Change
    14:00-15:30, November 9, 2017, Conference Room 3 (V3)

    Moderator:

    Chang-Hung Chou, China Medical University

       
    14:00-14:20

    Biodiversity Redistribution under Climate Change: Consequences and New Conservation Paradigms
    I-Ching Chen, National Cheng Kung University

     
    14:20-14:40

    Designing Conservation Strategies for Endangered Gymnosperm Species in Taiwan based on Population Genetics
    Yu-Chung Chiang1, Tsai-Wen Hsu2, Tzen-Yuh Chiang3
    1National Sun Yat-sen University, 2Endemic Species Research Institute, 3National Cheng Kung University

     
    14:40-15:00

    A Framework for Assessing Risk to Coastal Ecosystems in Taiwan due to Climate Change
    Hsing-Juh Lin, National Chung Hsing University

       
    15:00-15:20

    Computing Biodiversity Change via a Soundscape Monitoring Network
    Tzu-Hao Lin1, Yu-Huang Wang2, Sheng-Shan Lu3, Han-Wei Yen1,
    Yu Tsao1, 1Academia Sinica, 2Taiwan Academy of Ecology, 3Taiwan Forestry Research Institute

       
    15:20-15:30 Q&A  

    ECAI Workshop: Technology Search & Research Tools
    14:00-15:30, November 9, 2017, Conference Room 4 (V4)

    Moderator:

    Howie Lan, University of California, Berkeley

       
    14:00-14:15

    A Content Platform for Digital Buddhism: Enabling Innovation in Knowledge Dissemination through Multiple App Experiences
    Ven. Dr. Miaolung Shih1, Sang Keat Teh1, Clem Chan1,
    1Foguangshan

       
    14:15-14:30

    Documenting Documents--Individualized Big Data Curation Using Small and Medium-sized Textual Image Archives
    Wayne de Fremery, Sogang University

       
    14:30-14:45

    Data Adaptive Text Extraction Techniques with OCR
    Sanghun Kim, Cambridge Institute for the Study of Korea

       
    14:45-15:00

    Translation of the Fo-Guang Shan Dictionaries
    Miao-Guang, Fo Guang Shan

       
    15:00-15:15

    The OCR of Buddhist Canon Based on Deep Learning
    Xiandu Shi, Beijing Longquan Monastery

       
    15:15-15:30

    The Digitization of the Northern Canon of Yongle
    Yongpan Wang, Alibaba Inc.

       

     

    Mapping, Spatial and Temporal Analysis
    16:00-17:30, November 9, 2017, Conference Room 2 (V2)

    Moderator:

    Axel Ermert, Institute for Museum Research-SMB/PK

       
    16:00-16:30

    User-Generated Storytelling Based on Analog Maps with Local and Dynamic Georeferencing
    Min Lu1, Ruochen Si1, Masatoshi Arikawa1, Hideki Kaji1,
    1The University of Tokyo

       
    16:30-17:30

    Timeline Collaging as an Extension of Map Collaging Using Geo-Referencing and Time-Referencing
    Ruochen Si1, Masatoshi Arikawa1, Min Lu1, Hideki Kaji1,
    1The University of Tokyo

     
    17:30-17:30

    The Fire Insurance Maps of Taiwan and Sakhalin Owned by the
    Chiyoda City's Hibiya Library & Museum

    Makihiko Tsujihara1, Akihito Aoi2, Satoru Kaku3, 1Prefectural University of Kumamoto, 2Meiji University, 3Nagoya City University

       

     

    Data Analytics in Smart City
    16:00-17:30, November 9, 2017, Conference Room 3 (V3)

    Moderator:

    Quo-Ping Lin, National Palace Museum

       
    16:00-16:30

    Investigating Daily Temporal Patterns of Social Media Usage by
    Cellphone Log

    Chen-Yi Yu, Academia Sinica

       
    16:30-17:00

    Communication and Aso Tourism Revival Post-Earthquake
    2016: Using Web Technology for English Information Spread

    Jeffrey Stewart Morrow, Prefectural University of Kumamoto

       
    17:00-17:30

    Speed as context of app usage in daily life: A data analysis method
    Ji-Lung Hsieh1, Chen-Yi Yu2, 1National Taiwan University, 2Academia Sinica

       

     

    Virtual Reality and E-Learning
    16:00-17:30, November 9, 2017, Conference Room 4 (V4)
    Moderator:

    Haiqing Lin, University of California, Berkeley

       
    16:00-16:20

    Virtual Reality 360 Content Preservation for Disaster Relief
    Zi Siang See1, David Blundell2, Harold Thwaites1,
    1Sunway University, 2National Chengchi University

       
    16:20-16:40

    Digital Museology and “the Politics of Memory”
    Alan Potkin, Northern Illinois University

       
    16:40-17:00

    Integrating SQ4R and Student Team Achievement Division (STAD) Teaching Strategies with e-Books to Enhance Students’ English Reading Comprehension
    I-Ting Wang1, Ting-Ting Wu1, Yu-Cheng Chien2, Yueh-Min Huang2, 1National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, 2National Cheng Kung University

       
    17:00-17:20

    Humanoid Avatar Motion Capture Recording System in Virtual Lab for Educational Interactive and Tutorials
    Tai-Lin Kuo, National Central University

       
    17:20-17:30 Q&A    

     

    Closing and Awards Ceremony
    17:30-18:00, November 9, 2017, Chung Hwa Hall (V1)

     

    [Please click to download the Poster Presentation List]

    Poster Presentation List:

    Poster No. Title
    Author, Affiliation
    1 An Edutainment Application for Novice Programming Learners that They Feel that Programming is Their Week Point
    Ayumu Hano1, Shunichi Okamoto1, Hitoshi Sasaki1,
    1Takushoku University
    2 An Observation for Different OS to Buddhist Users
    Clem Chan1, Miaolung Shih1, 1Foguangshan Buddhist Order
    3 Development of a Comprehensive Learning Application for Children and Students who Need Special Support Education
    Hitoshi Sasaki1, Eri Fukunaga1, Yoshiaki Kudo1, 1Takushoku University
    4 Development of Engineering Education System Based on Local Community Activities
    Kazuya Takemata1, Akiyuki Minamide1, Arihiro Kodaka1, 1Kanazawa Technical College
    5 Digital Thinking in Prehistoric Japan
    Discovery of Weight Series based on Powers of 2 in the Yayoi Period

    Susumu Morimoto, Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties
    6 Exploring Ontologies of Document Protection during Wartime: the Memoirs of Chiang Fu-ts’ung as an Example
    Pei-Hsin Chan1, Mei-Mei Wu1, 1National Taiwan Normal University
    7 Proposing a New Phase of Liberal Arts Course Enhanced with Active Learning for PBL in the Social Constructivism Paradigm: Advanced Communication Based on Empathy & Trust Building
    Tosh Yamamoto1, Wen-Chi Vivian Wu2, Anthony Y. H. Liao2, Masanori Tagami3, 1Kansai University, 2Asia University, 3 Otemon Gakuin University
    8 DocuSky: a DH Platform in the Making
    Hsieh-Chang Tu1, Nung-Yao Lin1, Po-Yu Hsieh1, I-Mei Hung1, 1National Taiwan University
    9 Using Computer Vision and Deep Learning Technology for Creating Optical Character Recognition Software of Chinese Rare Book
    Hsiang An Wang1, Kung-Yu Su1, Yu-Hsien Wu1, 1Academia Sinica