David de Roure, University of Oxford

David de Roure, University of Oxford

Dave will demonstrate his use of Arduinos to recreate a three wire Cooke & Wheatstone telegraph connected to a virtual Analytical Engine.
Curious? Come along to find out more.

David De Roure is at ANU for a month as a visiting scholar. He is Professor of e-Research at University of Oxford. Focused on advancing digital scholarship, David works closely with multiple disciplines including social sciences (studying social machines), humanities (computational musicology and experimental humanities), engineering (Internet of Things), and computer science (large scale distributed systems and social computing). He has extensive experience in hypertext, Web Science, Linked Data, and Internet of Things. Drawing on this broad interdisciplinary background he is a frequent speaker and writer on the future of digital scholarship and scholarly communications.

Date & time

Mon 30 Oct 2017, 4–5pm


Digital Humanities Lab, Rm 2.25, Sir Roland Wilson Building (McCoy Circuit, Building 120), ANU


David de Roure

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