Presentation

Research IT Staff Present at UCLA Digital Humanities Infrastructure Symposium

Texture model and Jupyter notebook

Librarian-led research incubators, e-portfolios for promotion and tenure, content creation for visualization walls, and bulk OCR using a high performance computing (HPC) cluster shared the stage at UCLA on February 23rd for the second Digital Humanities Infrastructure Symposium. Organized by UCLA’s Center for Digital Humanities, the symposium drew together librarians, researchers, instructors, and IT staff from throughout the region for a day of presentations and discussions, centered on a broad definition of “infrastructure.”

Research IT presents on museum collections, digital humanities at CNI 2016

CNI schedule

Research IT Director David Greenbaum and Digital Humanities Coordinator Quinn Dombrowski represented UC Berkeley among the presentations at the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) winter meeting in Washington, D.C. on December 12-13. This annual event convenes library directors and CIOs from over a hundred universities, with sessions typically focusing on themes including developing and managing networked content; transforming organization, professions, and individuals; and building technology standards and infrastructure.

RIT presents on new, ongoing initiatives at One IT Summit

Chris Hoffman presents on Research Data Management at One IT Summit

On June 9th, Research IT leadership presented on the group’s new and ongoing initiatives at a well-attended session of the One IT Summit. This year’s Summit spanned three days, and included a wide variety of presentations and professional development opportunities for Information Technology staff -- broadly defined -- throughout campus.