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ECLAP 2013 Conference: KEYNOTE SPEAKERS



ECLAP 2013
2nd International Conference on Information Technologies
for Performing Arts, Media Access and Entertainment

8-10 April 2013
ESMAE/Teatro Helena Sá e Costa
Rua da Alegria, 503 - 4000-045 Porto (Portugal)
www.esmae-ipp.pt


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 Luis Ferrão

European Commission - DG Communications Networks, Content and Technology - Creativity Unit           
Luis Ferrão, lawyer, 59, University studies on Economic and Social Sciences (ULB, Brussels), degree in Law (University of Lisbon), Masters degree in European Judicial Law (EIPA/Maastricht-Luxembourg, University of Nancy, University of Thessalonica), Principal Administrator in DG Communications Networks, Content and Technology of the European Commission, Creativity Unit, in charge namely of the legal and policy aspects connected with digitisation and online accessibility of cultural heritage policy through Europeana and similar platforms.

 
 Bertha Bermúdez Pascual

Researcher, performer and project manager education at ICK Amsterdam           
Bertha Bermúdez Pascual was a dancer in some of Europe’s leading dance companies, Frankfurt Ballet, Compañia Nacional de Danza in Madrid and Emio Greco | PC. In 2005 she stopped performing and started working for Emio Greco | PC, transmitting their work and doing research around dance notation. Having turned towards research work, Bermudez has coordinated the interdisciplinary research projects; (Capturing) Intention and Inside Movement Knowledge, both focusing on new modes of notating, documenting and transmitting dance. Between 2007 and 2011 Bermúdez became an associate researcher at the Art Practice And Development Research Group, headed by Marijke Hoogenboom. Since 2009, Bermúdez coordinated the Academy pillar of ICK, which encloses all research and exchange projects of the centre. At this moment she is coordinating the research project Pre-Choreographic Elements and the development of the Performance Documentation Model.

 
 David Giaretta
Director of Alliance Permanent Access to the Records of Science in Europe Network

Involved with the Alliance for Permanent Access from its inception to its establishment, David Giaretta became the Director of the Alliance for Permanent Access in July 2010. He graduated from Oxford University in Physics and went on to do a doctorate in Theoretical Physics. He has worked on a number of astronomical satellites, being UK resident astronomer for IUE and the calibration lead in the USA on the Faint Object Camera of the Hubble Space Telescope. He has extensive experience in planning, developing and running scientific archives and providing and managing a variety of services to large numbers of users. Dr Giaretta has published many scientific papers in refereed journals and given presentations at numerous international conferences, scientific as well as technical. In addition he has broad experience in e-Science. He is a member of the programme committee of the PV series of conferences which focuses on preservation and adding value to scientific and technical data and several other conference series. As chair of the panel which produced the OAIS Reference Model (ISO 14721), ‘now adopted as the "de facto" standard for building digital archives’[1], he made fundamental contributions to OAIS and continues to contribute to the follow-on standards. Dr Giaretta leads the group which produced the ISO standard for audit and certification of digital repositories, and setting up the certification organisations. In 2003 he was awarded an MBE for services to Space Science. In 2005 he co-organised the Warwick workshop “Digital Curation and Preservation: Defining the research agenda for the next decade” which has proved to be very influential in the UK and internationally. More recently he was rapporteur for the EU High Level Group on Scientific Data whose report "Riding the Wave" put forward a vision for 2030. Dr Giaretta was Associate Director for Development of the UK Digital Curation Centre. He then led a number of EU projects, closely linked to the APA, focussed on digital preservation. These included CASPAR which implemented much of the first APA research plan, addressing fundamental issues of digital preservation, producing infrastructure components and tools for preservation of all types of digitally encoded information together with evidence of their effectiveness. PARSE. Insight identified users’ views on the main threats to, and their attitudes towards, preservation. APARSEN brings together commercial and public organisations across Europe to come to a common vision for research in digital preservation. APARSEN will help the APA become a global centre of excellence in digital preservation. The SCIDIP-ES project begins in late 2011 and puts in place key infrastructure components, based on those prototyped by CASPAR, which will help organisations be more trustworthy as preservers of digitally encoded information.

 
Susan Hazan
Curator of New Media and Head of the Internet Office at the Israel Museum
Susan Hazan is Curator of New Media and Head of the Internet Office at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, identifying, and implementing electronic architectures for the gallery, and outreach programs including the recent Digital Dead Sea Scrolls project at the Israel Museum which received over four million unique users when it was launched September 2011.  Her Masters, and PhD research at Goldsmiths College, University of London in Media and Communications focused on electronic architectures in the contemporary museum.  Hazan is currently investigating the virtual museum (V-Must), social networks, and crowd sourcing in the cultural heritage sector, and innovative platforms for disseminating virtual museums, and digital libraries.  In (2002/2004) was visiting lecturer at the University of London teaching Web Design, Critical E-Museology, and Digital Media, with an emphasis on the correlation between cultural theory and contemporary practice, annual lecturer in the Museology Department at Haifa University, Israel and guest lecturer on the Intelligent Heritage Course, at City University, Hong Kong (2010/2011). 
Hazan is currently Co-chair of the Europeana, UGC Task Force and member of the Europeana End-User Research Workgroup and Co-Chair of EVA/Minerva Jerusalem Conference held annually in Jerusalem and World Summit Award (WAA) representative in Israel.
 
 Amanda Rigali
Director, Combined arts and touring, Arts Council England
Amanda’s career in the arts began in research and teaching, first at Exeter University and then with an MA from King’s College London and RADA. While studying for her PhD., she taught English and drama courses for the Open University and London University.
After working at the Almeida Theatre, Amanda became General Manager of Sphinx, a touring theatre company which profiled work by women writers. She then became General Manager of the dance company DV8 Physical Theatre. While at DV8 Amanda worked on an international tour, a site-specific performance at Tate Modern, and an award-winning dance film for Channel 4, ‘The Cost of Living’.
Amanda joined the Arts Council in 2004, first working within the Touring Department and then taking on the wider remit of combined arts and touring within the Head Office Arts team. Amanda developed and launched the Arts Council's £45 million Strategic Touring Programme in 2011, and manages the Arts Council’s national Artistic Assessment programme. She has also acted as Business Manager for The Space, the innovative digital project Arts Council England launched in 2012 in partnership with the BBC.
 




Past edition links

Past edition figures:
  • In the ECLAP 2012 edition 65 papers were submitted
  • 220 registrations
  • 140 presences at the conference coming from 17 countries
  • Paper acceptance rate: 36%


 



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