Are you involved with the humanities or creative activities at IU? This informational series highlights services UITS has to offer, from 3D object acquisition to virtual reality for teaching and art education, presented by a host of experts from the UITS Advanced Visualization Lab and Cyberinfrastructure for Digital Humanities & Creative Activities group.
The format of the series at IU Bloomington includes hands-on introductions to topics, lectures by people doing cutting-edge work at IU, and open sessions for exploring your questions and approaches.
Talks in the Spring 2020 series
The Spring 2020 series places particular emphasis on text analysis:
- 2020.02.14: Text Analysis with Jupyter Notebooks with Tassie Gniady and David Kloster
- 2020.02.21: Topic Modeling with Jupyter Notebooks with Tassie Gniady and David Kloster
- 2020.02.28: Sentiment Analysis with Jupyter Notebooks with Tassie Gniady and David Kloster
Talks in the 2019 series
- 2019.01.17: Introduction to Text Analysis with Tassie Gniady and David Kloster
- 2019.01.24: Introduction to Topic Modeling with Tassie Gniady and David Kloster
- 2019.01.31: Introduction to Sentiment Analysis with David Kloster and Tassie Gniady
- 2019.02.07: Introduction to Document Similarity with David Kloster and Tassie Gniady
- 2019.02.14: Hands-on Text Extravaganza (no archive video) with Tassie Gniady and David Kloster
- 2019.02.21: Rome Reborn: Visiting Rome in A.D. 320 with Bernie Frischer
- 2019.02.28: Virtual Reality in the Art History Classroom with Matthew Brennan
- 2019.03.07: Painting Virtual Art: An Artist's History through Virtual Reality with Margaret Dolinsky
- 2019.03.21: Augmented Reality / Virtual Reality with Chauncey Frend
- 2019.03.28: 3D Digitization with Jeff Rogers & Tassie Gniady
- 2019.04.04: Advanced Media with Chris Eller
- 2019.04.11: Create your own Virtual Reality Tour with Matt Mercer and Tassie Gniady
- 2019.04.18: XR Extravaganza with Jeff Rogers, Chris Eller, Matt Mercer, and Tassie Gniady
The Supercomputing for Everyone Series (SC4ES) aims to bring more users into the realm of advanced computing, whether it be visualization, computation, analytics, storage, or any related discipline. Research Technologies can take you to the next level of computing.
Supercomputing for Everyone Series workshops and seminars are led by personnel from Research Technologies, a division of University Information Technology Services and a center in the Pervasive Technology Institute at Indiana University.