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Digital Humanities on the Semantic Web:
Finnish Linked Open Data Infrastructure and Its Applications

DARIAH Aalto Day 2022, November 30th (Wednesday), 12:00-18:00 (CET)
Room R037/1007a, Learning Hub Atrium, TUAS-House, Maarintie 8, Espoo, Finland, and in Zoom


This event is part of the DARIAH-FI program in the national FIN-CLARIAH intitiative.


Introduction: DARIAH and Aalto University

The Aalto University joined in DARIAH-EU in 2016 as a co-operative partner. The agenda for the collaborations has been related to building the Finnish Linked Open Data (LOD) infrastructure for Digital Humanities research (LODI4DH) and its use in real life applications, especially in the Sampo series of LOD services and semantic portals that have had millions of users on the Web. This work has been carried out by the Semantic Computing Research Group (SeCo) in collaboration with the Helsinki Centre for Digital Humanities HELDIG, University of Helsinki, and several Finnish and international memory and other organizations.

DARIAH Aalto Day 2022 summarizes this line of research on building LOD infrastructures and applications that were started in Finland by the "Semantic Web Kick-off in Finland" conference in 2001, and discusses next steps ahead in the new national DARIAH-FI initiative.

The workshop will a hybrid one with the possibility of participating the event physically at the Aalto University as well as through Zoom.


Program (tentative )

Wednesday, November 30th, 2022

12:00-12:05 (CET) Welcome & Introduction pdf
(Eero Hyvönen, Professor, Director)

12:05-13:00 (CET) DARIAH-EU and DARIAH-FI

  • Linking Researchers to Open Science: DARIAH as an Enabler of Social Sciences and Humanities Research in a Digital Age pdf (Edward Gray, Officer for National Coordination, DARIAH-EU)
  • DARIAH-FI: Introduction to the New Research Infrastructure pdf (Risto Turunen, National Coordinator for DARIAH-FI)
  • Discussion

13:00-13:10 (CET) Digital Humanities on the Semantic Web: Making a Vision Come True pdf
(Eero Hyvönen, Professor, Director)

  • Artificial Intelligence and Digital Humanities
  • Four generations of data publishing
  • Elements of a Semantic Web infrastructure for Digital Humanities

13:10-13:45 (CET) Ontologies and Ontology Services pdf
(Jouni Tuominen, Mikko Koho, Petri Leskinen, Minna Tamper, Rafael Leal, Staff Scientists, Researchers)

  • ONKI ontology services
  • Ontologies for class concepts
  • Ontologies for individuals: actors, places, times, and events
  • Finto.fi vocabulary and ontology services pdf (Mikko Lappalainen, Development Manager, National Library)

13:45-14:00 (CET) Linked Open Data Services pdf
(Jouni Tuominen, Mikko Koho, Staff Scientists)

  • 7-star model, schemas, datasets
  • Additional data services
  • Data quality and validation

14:00-14:15 (CET) Coffee break

14:15-14:45 (CET) Tools, knowledge extraction, and data production pdf

  • Sampo-UI for User Interface Design (Heikki Rantala and Annastiina Ahola, Researchers)
  • Knowledge extraction from texts (Minna Tamper, Rafael Leal, Researchers)
  • Data production pipelines (Mikko Koho, Staff Scientist)

14:45-16:00 (CET) Sampo Model and Series of Applications pdf

  • Sampo Model (Eero Hyvönen, Professor, Director)
  • Biographical Applications: BiographySampo and AcademySampo (Petri Leskinen, Researcher)
  • Manuscripts: MMM Sampo (Mikko Koho, Staff Scientist)
  • Archaeology: FindSampo and CoinSampo (Heikki Rantala, Researcher, Eljas Oksanen, Research Fellow)
  • Epistolary Data: LetterSampo and CoCo Sampo (Petri Leskinen, Researcher, and Mikko Koho, Staff Scientist)
  • Legislation and parliamentary data: LawSampo and ParliamentSampo (Eero Hyvönen, Professor, Director)

16:00-18:00 (CET) Networking party: bubbles and nibbles


Registration

The workshop if free and open. Register yourself below for catering by Oct 27, and/or to get the Zoom link.

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