Digging into Data

What to do with a Million Images


Papers, Presentations, and Publications

January 23-27, 2011, Tenzing Shaw and Peter Bajcsy, “Automation of Digital Historical Map Analyses,” IS&T/SPIE Electronic Imaging (accepted in September 2010)

October 17, 2010 Marsha MacDowell, “The Quilt Index: Digging Into and Broadening Content, Current Challenges and Future Opportunities” Closing Address of American Quilt Study Group Seminar, Bloomington, Minnesota

October 17, 2010 Mary Worrall, “The Quilt Index: On-Line Tool for Education and Research” Round Table Discussion at American Quilt Study Group Seminar, Bloomington, Minnesota

October 14-17, 2010 Amanda Sikarskie “The Quilt Index: Future Directions” Poster Presentation, American Quilt Study Group Seminar, Bloomington, Minnesota

October 14-15, 2010 Peter Bajcsy, Dean Rehberger, Mara Wade, “Imaging in Arts and Society” panel at “Imaging without Boundaries: Exploring the Science, Technology and Applications of Imaging and Visualization”, National Center for Supercomputing Applications, Champagne-Urbana, Illinois, USA

October 11-13, 2010 Peter Bajcsy, Rob Kooper, Luigi Marini, Tenzing Shaw, Jennifer Guiliano, Anne D. Hedeman, Robert Markley, Michael Simeone, Natalie Hanson, ” Supporting Scientific Discoveries to Answer Art Authorship Related Questions Across Diverse Disciplines and Geographically Distributed Resources”, Microsoft Research eScience Workshop, in Berkeley, CA, http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/events/escience2010/default.aspx (accepted as poster in August 2010)

October 11-13, 2010 Tenzing Shaw, Michael Simeone, Robert Markley, and Peter Bajcsy, “Quantifying Historical Geographic Knowledge From Digital Maps,” Microsoft Research eScience Workshop,  in Berkeley, CA, http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/events/escience2010/default.aspx (accepted as oral presentation in August 2010)

October 8 – 9, 2010 Marsha MacDowell, DID Team Poster and flyer presented at “Unpacking Collections: The Legacy of Cuesta Benberry A Symposium on Using Quilt History Collections” Michigan State University Museum, East Lansing, MI, USA

Tenzing Shaw, Natalie Hansen, Anne D. Hedeman, and Peter Bajcsy, “Quantifying Differences between Medieval Artistic Hands Using Statistical Analyses in Multiple Color Spaces,” UK All Hands eScience meeting, 13 Sep 2010 – 16 Sep 2010, Cardiff, Wales,
http://www.allhands.org.uk/events/all-hands-meeting-2010 (Presented by Mike Meredith, UK Sheffield)

MacDowell, Marsha. 2010. “New Directions in Creating and Using Folklife Collections in the United States.” Invited paper. International Forum on Aesthetics and Cultural Ecology Construction, September 1-3, 2010, Nankunshan Resort and Conference Center, China.

August 12, 2010 Justine Richardson, “Digging into Data and Image Visualization with Quilts”,  to Alliance for American Quilts semi-annual meeting, Grafton, Vermont, USA