DAS Portland . November 18-19, 2015
Wednesday . November 18 Keynote: Erik Weaver 6:oopm – Grand Ballroom Erik Weaver is a recognized expert on the intersection of the cloud with media and entertainment, and runs “Project Cloud” for The School of Cinematic Arts’ Entertainment Technology Center (ETC) at the University of Southern California (USC). The project unites senior leaders from the […]
Karen Barcellona Karen Barcellona is the Associate Director of Digital Management Services at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. She is responsible for developing the strategy for and managing the implementation of systems that support the organization’s evolving needs in collections management, digital asset management and digital preservation. She leads a five-person team […]
Erik Weaver will open DAS Wednesday (Nov 18) evening with an in-depth look at the future of digital media, and John Downey will focus on the future of storage and the cloud in the second keynote following lunch on Thursday (Nov 19). Erik Weaver is a recognized expert on the intersection of the cloud […]
PRESERVATION CIRCLE Iron Mountain Entertainment Services For more than 60 years, Iron Mountain has preserved priceless originals of blockbuster movies, popular songs, hit TV shows and other irreplaceable film and sound recordings. In doing so, the company helps major movie studios, recording labels, television production companies, and advertising agencies reduce their risk […]
Interview: Sayeed Choudhury Sayeed Choudhury discusses his DAS: New York presentation on the Johns Hopkins Digital Preservation Repositories for Research and Science. Interviewed at AMIA’s DAS: New York on May 8, 2015 by Snowden Becker, UCLA Moving Image Archiving Studies.
Johns Hopkins Digital Preservation Repositories for Research and Science Johns Hopkins Digital Preservation Repositories for Research and Science. The Sheridan Libraries at Johns Hopkins University have been storing and archiving research data for over a decade and have recently developed a data archive through initial funding from the National Science Foundation. Through work with the […]
High Performance Sound Technologies for Analysis and Scholarship (HiPSTAS) project is working on applying advanced computational techniques, such as spectral analysis and machine learning, to expand opportunities for discovery and research insights across audio collections.
An Interview with Tanya Clement Tanya Clement discusses her DAS: New York presentation on the HiPSTAS NEH R&D Project. Interviewed at AMIA’s DAS: New York on May 8, 2015 by Snowden Becker, UCLA Moving Image Archiving Studies.