DHHPC Program for August 5-9, 2012: Follow us live!

The second session of the Digital Humanities High Performance Computing Collaboratory, DHHPC12

Livestream: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/dhhcp-workshop-at-usc

twitter: #dhhpc12

The full program:

Sunday (08/05)

8:40am Pick up from the hotel
9:00am Welcome remarks
10:00am Short break
10:15am Introduction to game programming and unity
noon Lunch (catered)
1:00pm Basic skills using unity
5:00pm Shuttle back to the hotel

Monday (08/06)

8:40am Pick up from the hotel
9:00am Basic programming using C#
noon Lunch (catered)
1:00pm Game loop and conditions
5:00pm Shuttle back to the hotel

Tuesday (08/07)

8:40am Pick up from the hotel
9:00am Game interactions and interface
noon Lunch (catered)
1:00pm Animations and graphics
5:00pm Shuttle back to the hotel

Wednesday (08/08)

8:40am Pick up from the hotel
9:00am 2D and 3D Modeling
noon Lunch (catered)
1:00pm Mobile application using Android
5:00pm Shuttle back to the hotel

Thusday (08/09)

8:40am Pick up from the hotel
9:00am Software engineering, documentation and management
noon Lunch (catered)
1:00pm Brain storming, QA
3:00pm Shuttle back to the hotel, or taxi to airport

Previous Session:
DHHPC Program for June 10-14

DHHPC: Full program for the session hosted by the Institute for Computing in Humanities, Arts, and Social Science (I-CHASS) at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Livestream: www.livestream.com/ichass

twitter: #dhhpc12

Digital Humanities High-Performance Computing Collaboratory
Full Schedule. All events in 1030 NCSA Building, 1205 West Clark Street

Day One: Sunday, June 10 2012
9am: Introductions, Welcome (Kevin Franklin, Michael Simeone, I-CHASS)
Computer Vision and Humanities: Kenton McHenry (NCSA, ICHASS)

10:00 am – Introduction to Computer Vision
11:00 am – Image Features and Machine Learning
12:00 pm – Lunch
1:00 pm – Introduction to Matlab
2:30 pm – Using the Versus Content Comparison Framework
3:00 pm – Digitization and Search
4:00 pm – Basic High Performance Computing
4:30 pm – Medici Content-Aware Storage
5:00 pm+ – Dinner, Social

Day Two: Monday, June 11 2012
Augmented Reality and Visualization for the Digital Humanities (Alan Craig, NCSA, ICHASS, XSEDE)

9:00 am – Scientific Visualization, Information Visualization, and Visualization in the Humanities

10:30 pm – Hands-on Visualization on with Many Eyes

12:00 pm – Lunch
1:00 pm – Introduction to 3D Content

2:30 pm – Making basic 3D content: Techniques and Best Practices

3:30 pm – Break
5:00 pm+ – Dinner, Social

Day Three: Tuesday, June 12 2012
Cont’d: Augmented Reality and Visualization for the Digital Humanities (Alan Craig, NCSA, ICHASS, XSEDE)

9:00 am – The Reality Continuum - VR, AR, and Personal Fabrication

10:00 am – Hands on Augmented Reality production with Daqri

12:00 pm – Lunch
1:30 pm – Field trips to networked DH resources: CUCFablab, Hahti Trust

4:00 pm – Summary Discussion of the past two days: Virtuality, Fabrication, Applications

5:00 pm+ – Dinner, Social

Day Four: Wednesday, June 13 2012
Network Analysis: from Concepts to Analysis (Alex Yahja, ICHASS)

9:00 am – Keynote: Digital Humanities and Cyberinfrastructure (Vernon Burton, Clemson)
10:00 am – Introduction to Social Networks
11:00 am – Social Network Analysis in Practice
12:00 pm – Lunch
1:30 pm – Text Mining: from Text to Concepts, Metadata, and Relationships
3:30 pm – Software Sources and How to Setup on Your Own
5:00 pm+ – Dinner, Social
Day Five Tuesday, June 14 2012
Summary and Evaluation

Day Five: Thursday, June 14 2012

9:00 am – Introduction to Groupscope and Hathi Trust (Scott Poole, I-CHASS)
10:00 am – Next Steps: Open Lab, Brainstorming groups, and Discussion of Future Projects
12:00 pm – Working Lunch
1:00 pm – Final Conversation and Evaluation
3:00 pm – Departure

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