Junran Lei has been involved in a number of system development projects in Humanities research. She developed AUSTLANG, an Australian Indigenous language database with GIS mapping features, OZBIB, a linguistic bibliography database, i‐Dig, a Fedora based search engine for harvested collections and a semantic web for museum prototype system. She worked as a researcher to investigate the development of an open source archival repository and preservation system for UNESCO. She is currently working on OCCAMS, an online cultural collection analysis and management system at the Centre for Digital Humanities Research, Australian National University.
Areas of expertise and interest:
Software Design and Development
Software Requirement and Business Analysis
Software Project Management
Information Management and Information Systems
Data Analysis and Visualisation
Open Source Software
Digital Humanities Toolkits
3D Modeling and Animation
Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality/Mixed Reality
UNESCO Memory of the World: towards an open source repository and preservation system; Recommendations on the implementation of an open source digital archival and preservation system and on related software development.
2006 Semantic Web for Museums
OCCAMS - Online Cultural Collections Analysis and Management System
AUSTLANG: Australian Indigenous Languages database system
Towards an Open Source Archival Repository and Preservation System
Database System for "To be continued: discovering fiction in Australian newspapers"
Australasian Consortium of Humanities Research Centres (ACHRC) Visitors Database
The Australian Common Reader System Development
Off-line Database and Interactive Map for PNG land use survey reports
ASEDA: Aboriginal Studies Electronic Data Archive Redevelopment
i-Dig: Indigenous Collections and Knowledge Research Search Engine
MILR (Maintenance of Indigenous Languages Records) mapping interface
AUSTKIN - The development of a Geo-spatial interface for kinship data.
Semantic Web for Museums