Program at a Glance

Overall program for PNC 2019. The main conference is held at the Education Wing of the Nanyang Executive Center.

Posters, artwork and demos should be put up from lunch on Tuesday, and removed before lunch on Thursday. The Core poster time, when presenters should be with their work is on Wednesday from 14:00-15:30.

The workshops on Friday are held at the NTU School of Humanities & School of Social Sciences.

Day Time Auditorium Lecture Room 1 Lecture Room 2
08:00-09:00 Registration
09:00-10:00 Opening Ceremony
10:00-10:30 Coffee
10:30-12:00 Plenary
12:00-13:30 Lunch
13:30:00-15:00 Datamining Sources & Tracking Voices Digital Education ECAI Workshop: Heritage Conservation
15:00-15:30 Coffee
15:30-17:00 Coding and Data DH on Taiwanese Archives ECAI Workshop: Community Mapping
08:30-09:00 Registration
09:00-10:30 Keynote & Plenary
10:30-11:00 Coffee
11:00-12:30 Digital Scholarship I Spatialising Heritage ECAI Workshop: Early Buddhism
12:30-14:00 Lunch
14:00-15:30 Workshop on Spatiotemporal Knowledge I (till 16:00) ECAI Workshop: History and Understanding of Buddhism Poster Core Time
15:30-16:00 Coffee
16:00-17:30 Digital Scholarship II
ECAI Workshop: Digital Buddhist Text
Workshop on Spatiotemporal Knowledge II
08:30-09:00 Registration
09:00-09:45 Plenary
09:45-10:15 Coffee
10:15-11:45 Texts in Space Biodiversity & Sustainable Agriculture ECAI Workshop: ECAI Community Projects
12:45-14:00 Lunch banquet
14:00-17:30 Excursions
A: Botanic gardens; B: Asian Civilizations Museum; C: National Library's Rare Book Collection
Day Time HSS-B1-08 HSS-B1-07 HSS-B1-12
Workshops help in the NTU School of Humanities & School of Social Sciences
09:00-12:00 Intro to Digital Humanities Intro to network analysis for the digital humanities Introduction to DocuSky (am only)
12:00-13:00 Lunch (Canteen B)
13:00-15:00 Intro to Digital Humanities Intro to network analysis for the digital humanities)
13:00-16:00 Searching for Patterns with Regular Expressions (pm only)

Detailed Program

Detailed program for PNC 2019.

Tuesday (15th)
Opening Ceremony & Plenary Sessions
09:00-12:00 Auditorium
09:00-10:00 Opening Ceremony / Group Photo
10:00-10:30 Coffee Break
Moderator William Chong Eng Keat, Research Associate, Nanyang Technological University
10:30-11:15 Socially Intelligent Robotics

Vanessa Evers, Director, NTU Institute of Science and Technology for Humanity (NISTH), Nanyang Technological University.
11:15-12:00 Technology Enhanced Adaptive Learning in Taiwan

Bor-Chen Kuo, Director, Department of Information and Technology Education, Ministry of Education, Taiwan
Datamining Literary and Historical Sources — Tracking Voices, Concepts and Knowledge Genres
13:30-15:00, October 15, 2019, Auditorium
Moderator Andrea Nanetti, Nanyang Technological University
13:30-13:55 Materia Medica in Chinese Religious Sources: Towards a Critical Digital Philology for Modelling Knowledge Distribution in Early Chinese Texts

Michael Stanley-Baker,¹ William Eng Keat Chong,¹
¹Nanyang Technological University
13:55-14:20 Women’s Voices within the Dialectics of Control and Democracy in Taiwan’s Cyberculture

Wai Fong Cheang,¹
¹Chang Gung University
14:20-14:45 A Comparison of a Concept ‘Civilization’ between Modern Korea and China: Based on the Methodology of Digital Humanities

Jae Hak Do,¹ Injae Song,¹
¹Hallym University
14:45-15:00 Q&A
Digital Education
13:30-15:00, October 15, 2019, Lecture Room 1
Moderator Peter X. Zhou, University of California, Berkeley
13:30-14:00 Using a Knowledge-Structure-Based Online Adaptive Learning System to Support Science Teachers’ Inquiry and STEM Teaching: The Adaptive E-learning for Science Project (AESP) in Taiwan

Ying-Tien Wu,¹
¹National Central University
14:00-14:30 Adding a Peer Agent? The Effectiveness of a Dialogue Based Intelligent Tutoring System in Learning Mathematics

Huey-Min Wu,¹ Bor-Chen Kuo,²
¹National Taiwan Ocean University, ²Ministry of Education
14:30-15:00 The Curriculum Development for Global AGILE Problem-Based Learning in Social Entrepreneurship in Global Teams

Tosh Yamamoto,¹ Christopher Pang,² Benson Ong,² Juling Shih,³ Hui-Chun Chu,⁴ Meilun Shih,⁵
¹Kansai University, ²Nanyang Polytechnic University, ³National University of Tainan, ⁴Soochow University, ⁵National Taiwan University
ECAI Workshop: Heritage Conservation: from Taiwan to India
13:30-15:00, October 15, 2019, Lecture Room 2
Moderator Tyng-Ruey Chuang, Academia Sinica
13:30-14:00 Connecting the Dots: Indo-Pacific Trade Networks

David Blundell,¹
¹National Chengchi University
14:00-14:30 Redocumenting Wolfgang Franke's "Chinese Epigraphic Materials": Assessing Factors in the Loss of Chinese Cultural Heritage in Malaysia and Thailand

Oliver Streiter,¹ Yoann Goudin,¹ Syan-Fei Shi,¹ Mandy Manwai To,¹ Hanna Yaqing Zhan,¹
¹National University of Kaohsiung
14:30-15:00 Ecological Temple Museum: Preserving Heritage and Enhancing Welfare of Local Communities

Gauthama Prabhu,¹
¹Foundation of His Sacred Majesty
Computing Coding and Methods for Mining and Organising Data
15:30-17:00, October 15, 2019, Auditorium
Moderator Cally Cheung Hiu Tung, Nanyang Technological University
15:30-15:50 An Innovative Dynamic Visual Model for Digital Content Archive in Traditional Cultural Heritage – Evidence from Stone Weirs Fisheries Culture in Penghu, Taiwan

Ju Chuan Wu,¹ Jui Chi Wang,¹ Shu Mei Lee,¹
¹Feng Chia University
15:50-16:10 Coding to Decipher Linear A

Niki Cassandra Eu Min,¹ Duo Duo Xu,¹ Francesco Perono Cacciafoco,¹
¹Nanyang Technological University
16:10-16:30 Generating Derivational Relations for the Japanese WordNet: The Case of Agentive Nouns

Francis Bond,¹ Ryan Lim Dao Wei,¹
¹Nanyang Technological University
16:30-16:50 A Python Library for Deep Linguistic Resources

Michael Wayne Goodman,¹
¹Nanyang Technological University
16:50-17:00 Q&A
Applying DH Methods to Taiwanese Local Archives
15:30-17:00, October 15, 2019, Lecture Room 1
Moderator Jieh Hsiang, National Taiwan University
15:30-16:00 Making a Temporal-Spatial Cadastral Database: A Case Study of Taiwanese Plains Indigenous Peoples’ Land Right

Chung-Hsin Li,¹ Hsiung-Ming Liao,²
¹National Changhua University of Education, ²Academia Sinica
16:00-16:30 Exploring Guangxu-era Dan-Hsin Archives and Chinese Recorder through DocuSky

I-Mei Hung,¹ Chi-jui Hu,¹
¹National Taiwan University
16:30-17:00 An HGIS Platform of Taiwanese Land Deeds

Jieh Hsiang,¹ Chih‐Yang Huang,¹
¹National Taiwan University
ECAI Workshop: Community Mapping Projects
15:30-17:00, October 15, 2019, Lecture Room 2
Moderator David Blundell, National Chengchi University
15:30-15:50 Communal Data Projects and Sustainable Digital Preservation

Tyng-Ruey Chuang,¹
¹Academia Sinica
15:50-16:10 Participatory Mapping for Community-based Cultural Resources

Jihn-Fa (Andy) Jan ,¹
¹National Chengchi University
16:10-16:30 Early California in Time and Space

Jeanette Zerneke,¹
¹University of California, Berkeley
16:30-16:50 Sodeisha Avant-grade Ceramic: High Fidelity Digitization, Virtual Reality, and Interaction Design

Zi Siang See,¹
¹University of Newcastle
16:50-17:00 Q&A
Wednesday (16th)
Keynote & Plenary Session
09:00-11:00, October 16, 2019, Auditorium
Moderator Jieh Hsiang, Distinguished Professor, Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering, National Taiwan University
09:00-09:45 Digital Humanities and the Study of Singaporean Cultural History

Kenneth Dean, Raffles Professor of Humanities and Head, Chinese Studies Department, National University of Singapore
09:45-10:30 Building Sustainable Society by Using Information and Communication Technology: Lessons from Disaster Management

Yue-Gau Chen, Distinguished Research Fellow, Research Center for Environmental Changes, Academia Sinica
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
Digital Scholarship I: Evolving the Role of Library for Digital Scholarship
11:00-12:30, October 16, 2019, Auditorium
Moderator Schubert Foo, Nanyang Technological University
11:00-11:30 Academic Librarians and Scholarly Publishers: Partners in Digital Scholarship for National Evidence-based Research Performance

Abrizah Abdullah,¹
¹University of Malaya
11:30-12:00 Taking a Journey on Research Data Management in Singapore

Pin Pin Yeo,¹ Danping Dong,¹
¹Singapore Management University
12:00-12:30 Using AI to Analyze Humanities Research Trends in Chinese and Taiwan Studies

Shu-Hsien Tseng,¹ Wen-de Huang,¹ Jane Liau,¹
¹National Central Library
Spatialising Heritage and Community
11:00-12:30, October 16, 2019, Lecture Room 1
Moderator Hedren Sum, Nanyang Technological University
11:00-11:30 Heritage Visualisation and Speculative Reconstruction: Using Digital Space to Facilitate Academic Work in an ‘Unrecognised State’

Michael Walsh,¹
¹Nanyang Technological University
11:30-12:00 City Stories: Mapping the Spatial Narratives of Singapore’s Landscapes

Kristy Kang,¹
¹Nanyang Technological University
12:00-12:30 Detection and Time Series Variation of Latent Topic from Diary in Northern and Southern Courts Period of Japan

Taizo Yamada,¹ Satoshi Inoue ,¹
¹The University of Tokyo
ECAI Workshop: Early Buddhism
11:00-12:30, October 16, 2019, Lecture Room 2
Moderator Alex Amies, Independent Scholar
11:00-11:30 Digitalization of Buddhist Sites

Dayalan Duraiswamy,¹
¹Digitalization of Buddhist Sites
11:30-12:00 How much Buddhist was Bengal during the Pāla Dynasty Rule?

Alexander Stolyarov,¹
¹Russian State University for the Humanities
12:00-12:30 Social Networks of Early Buddhism

Margaret Meloni,¹
¹University of the West
Workshop on Spatiomporal Knowledge
Part 1: Review of Studies about Sharing Spatiotemporal Information Resources
14:00-16:00, October 16, 2019, Lecture Room 1
Moderator Shoichiro Hara, Kyoto University
14:00-14:47 Theme 1: Gazetteers and Maps

Possibility of Applying Historical Gazetteer to Knowledgebase of Japanese History

Makoto Goto,¹
¹National Museum of Japanese History

Place Names and Ethnic Background in the Middle Basin of the Mekong River

Yoshikatsu Nagata,¹
¹Osaka City University

Implementation of Reconciliation API for a Linked Data Gazetteer

Akihiro Kameda,¹
¹Kyoto University

Datasets from Maps: Extraction and Remix

Tyng-Ruey Chuang,¹
¹Academia Sinica
Moderator Hsiung-Ming Liao, Academia Sinica
14:48-15:23 Theme 3: Temporal Information

HuTime Ontology as an Extension of OWL-Time

Tatsuki Sekino,¹
¹International Research Center for Japanese Studies

Practice of Islamic Calendar in Malaysia

Nur Nafhatun Md Shariff¹
Universiti Teknologi MARA¹

Temporal Change Of Personal Name Based On Pre-Modern Japanese Historical Materials

Taizo Yamada,¹
¹The University of Tokyo
Moderator Tatsuki Sekino, International Research Center for Japanese Studies
15:24-16:00 Theme 3: Applications

Textual Analysis of Ancient Chinese Buddhist Canon with Spatiotemporal Framework

Howie Lan,¹
¹University of California, Berkeley

The Cyber Infrastructure for GeoHumanities Studies

Hsiung-Ming Liao,¹
¹Academia Sinica

Multi-Resource Data Integration of the Contemporary Museum

Wen-cheng Shih,¹
¹National Museum of Taiwan History
ECAI Workshop: History and Understanding of Buddhism
14:00-15:30, October 16, 2019, Lecture Room 2
Moderator Margaret Meloni, University of the West
14:00-14:30 Demythologization Effort in New Buddhist Movements: The Trúc Lâm Thiền (Chan/Zen) Sect in Late 20th Century Vietnam

Laura Loan Nguyen,¹
¹Independent Scholar
14:30-15:00 Buddhist against Empire

Marju Broder,¹
¹Estonian Nyingma, Australia
15:00-15:30 My Understanding of Buddhism in Pictures

Vello Vaartnou,¹
¹Estonian Nyingma, Australia
Digital Scholarship II: How Academic Organization Supports Digital Scholarship?
Challenges and Opportunities
16:00-17:30, October 16, 2019, Auditorium
Moderator Hsi-Yuan Chen, Academia Sinica
16:00-16:20 Exploiting Emerging Digital Scholarship Opportunities at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Yew Boon Chia,¹ Schubert Foo,¹
¹Nanyang Technological University
16:20-16:40 A Study on Exploring the Digital Scholarship Services in Taiwan’s Academic Libraries

Hao-Ren Ke,¹
¹National Taiwan Normal University
16:40-17:00 Exploring Service Concept for Digital Scholarship Support

Xin S. Li,¹
¹Cornell University
17:00-17:20 The Landscape of Digital Scholarship in Academia Sinica: Projects and Collections Advancing Digital Humanities Research and Open Outreach

Shu-Jiun Chen,¹
¹Academia Sinica
17:20-17:30 Q&A
Workshop on Spatiotemporal Knowledge
Part 2: Current Status and Issues of Sharing Spatiotemporal Information Resources
16:00-18:00, October 16, 2019, Lecture Room 1
Moderator Tatsuki Sekino, International Research Center for Japanese Studies
16:00-16:26 Reports of Current Status About Sharing Spatiotemporal Information Resources

Hsiung-Ming Liao,¹ Shoichiro Hara,² and Tatsuki Sekino,³
¹Academia Sinica, ²Kyoto University, ³International Research Center for Japanese Studies
16:27-18:00 Discussion
ECAI Workshop: Digital Buddhist Text Projects
16:00-18:00, October 16, 2019, Lecture Room 1
Moderator Lewis Lancaster, University of California, Berkeley
16:00-16:20 Identifying Keywords in the Buddhist Canon

Alex Amies,¹ Yashuo Deng,²
¹Independent Scholar, ²University of the West
16:20-16:40 Building a Collaborative Translation with Technology

Miao Guang,¹
¹Fo Guang Dictionary Translation Project
16:40-17:00 Designing Knowledge Bases for Chinese Buddhist Textual Studies and Research

You Zai,¹
¹Fo Guang Dictionary Translation Project
17:00-17:20 Visualizing Bibliographies: Exploring Academic Resources through the NTI Visualizer

William Chong,¹
¹Nan Tien Institute Project
17:20-17:30 Q&A
Thursday (16th)
Plenary Session
09:00-10:15, October 17, 2019, Auditorium
Moderator Chang-Hung Chou, Academician, Academia Sinica
09:00-09:45 Agricultural Biodiversity Challenge and Agro-Ecology for Climate Change Resilience and Food Security in ASEAN

The Anh Dao, Vice President of Vietnam Academy of Agricultural Sciences
09:45-10:15 Coffee Break
Texts in Space: Place Names and Epigraphy
10:15-11:45, October 17, 2019, Auditorium
Moderator Sayan Bhattacharyya, Singapore University of Technology and Design
10:15-10:45 Combination of TEI and Python in Studies of Chinese Epigraphy in Singapore

Duoduo Xu,¹ Francis Charles Bond,²
¹National University of Singapore, ²Nanyang Technological University
10:45-11:15 Community Level Old Place Names in the Northeast of Thailand for a Historical Digital Gazetteer

Yoshikatsu Nagata,¹
¹Osaka City University
11:15-11:45 Building a Corpus of Representations of China in English-language Novels, 1927-2007

Graham John Matthews,¹ Cally Cheung Hiu Tung,¹
¹Nanyang Technological University
Biodiversity in Agroecosystem and Sustainable Agriculture
10:15-11:45, October 17, 2019, Lecture Room 1
Moderator Chang-Hung Chou, Academia Sinica
10:15-10:35 The Native and Cultivated Phalaenopsis Species from Biogeography to Horticulture

Xiao-Lei Jin,¹ Chi-Chu Tsai,² Yu-Chung Chiang,¹
¹National Sun Yat-sen University, ² Kaohsiung District Agricultural Research and Extension Station
10:35-10:55 Analysis of Transcriptome of Kogia Sima

Hao-Ven Wang,¹
¹National Cheng Kung University
10:55-11:15 Land System Science and Socioecological Systems: the Case of Land-use and Land-cover Change Processes in Sumatra, Indonesia

Janice Ser Huay Lee,¹
¹Nanyang Technology University
11:15-11:35 Silicon Improve Plant Growth and Increase Disease Resistance of Pitaya

Siti Nordahliawate Mohamed Sidique,¹ Xiao-Lei Jin,² Hawa Masratul Mohd,³ Yu-Chung Chiang,²
¹Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, ²National Sun Yat-sen University, ³Universiti Sains Malaysia
11:35-11:45 Q&A
ECAI Workshop: ECAI Community Projects
10:15-11:45, October 17, 2019, Lecture Room 2
Moderator Jeanette Zerneke, University of California, Berkeley
10:15-10:45 Radio Geographies (Aporias and Borderlands Studies)

Linus Lancaster,¹
¹University of Plymouth
10:45-11:15 Atlas of Maritime Buddhism: A Report

Lewis Lancaster,¹
¹University of California, Berkeley
11:15-11:45 ECAI Affiliates and Collaborators Updates

ECAI Community
Closing Ceremony & Lunch Banquet
12:45-14:00, October 17, 2019, Bollywood Veggies


Posters, Demos and Artwork should be put up from lunch on Tuesday, and removed before lunch on Thursday. The Core poster time, when presenters should be with their work is on Wednesday from 14:00-15:30.

No. Title
Author, Affiliation
1 A Data-Mining Approach for Exploring Place-Names of Taiwan
Weichia Huang, Jinn-Guey Lay, National Taiwan University
2 Evaluation Terrain Cloud Properties in Lan Yang Watershed by Remote Sensors
Nien-Ming Hong, Yi-Ru Tseng, Cheng-Ya Chang, Jia-Yu Liou, Chinese Culture University
3 Making of Chinese Studies Map by Leveraging GIS
Jane Liau, Shu-Hsien Tseng, Wen-de Huang, National Central Library
4 On Teaching World Texts in Singapore with Digital Humanities
Sayan Bhattacharyya, Alastair Gornall, Singapore University of Technology and Design
5 Vat Taleo Kao: Archiving Wartime Cultural Collateral Damage in Savannakhet Province, Laos
Alan Potkin, Northern Illinois University
6 Digital Preservation of a Disappearing Chinese Garden in Singapore
(Demo) Elke Evelin Reinhuber, Benjamin Seide, Ross Williams, Nanyang Technological University
7 Linked Open Data Approach for Text Analysis
(Demo) Hsiang An Wang, Academia Sinica
8 Multi-Screen Installation of the Malaysian Folklore Stories
(Artwork) Delas Santano, Sunway University
9 The Digital Archive – Guidelines for a New Prototype
(Artwork) Eva Castro, Federico Ruberto, Singapore University of Technology and Design
10 The Master Woodcarver of Kelantan
(Artwork) Matthew James Sansom, Delas Santano, Sunway University

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