Presentation on theme: "Structural frameworks for open, digital research - Strategy, policy & infrastructure Copenhagen June 11-13 2012 Centre of Competence for Digital Tradition."— Presentation transcript:
Structural frameworks for open, digital research - Strategy, policy & infrastructure Copenhagen June 11-13 2012 Centre of Competence for Digital Tradition Karlsruhe – a short introduction Dr. Robert Hauser - Managing Director CDT - CDT CDT is a initiative of Karlsruhe Institut of Technology (KIT) carried out at ZAK | Centre for Cultural and General Studies in cooperation with ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design (HfG) and Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research (ISI)
KK II TT Other Cultural Facilities / Administrations Archives Museums Preservation Networks Private Enterprises Memory Institutions Research Private/Personal Tradition Jürgen Enge (HfG) und Ilona Gaikis (firstname.lastname@example.org) Libraries Consumers/Producers Research: Preservation of Complex Digital Objects Consulting: Preservation Planning Digital ArtDigital Scientific and Research Data Digitalization of Cultural Heritage Aggregation of Hands- On Research Questions Aggregation of Expertice for Consulting Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design: -Digital Preservation -Archiving of Complex Digital Objects Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe: - Preservation of Digital Art - Transfer of Knowledge to other Museums Centre for Cultural and General Studies: - Contextualization and Semantic Preservation Preservation and Tradition of Digital Heritage Scientific Data Storage, Archiving and Presentation Centre for Applied Law: - Digital Law, Copy Right Institute for Technology Assessment - Technology Assessment - Policy Advise Institute for Systems and Innovation Research: -Innovations of organizing Data -Foresight -Business Cases
Topics Selected Questions: -How changed our cultural tradition through the opportunities and risks of digitization? -Once, what will remain of the cultural achievements that are produced today in form of bits and bytes, if nothing is done to prevent the impending loss – and what are the conceivable cultural and social consequences? -What are the most promissing strategies and technical ways to keep scientific data and digital art accessible and preserve them technically as well as semantically over long periods of time (>100 years)? -What governmental and legal frameworks (in Germany and Europe) do we need to support and promote digital tradition? - Are there any normative and ethical criteria to define what kinds of (digital) heritage should be passed on?
Dr. Robert Hauser ZAK | Zentrum für Angewandte Kulturwissenschaft und Studium Generale am Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT) The virtual museum Museum as public space 1. Online: Karlsruher Türkenbeute 2. Virtuality Google Art Project
Dr. Robert Hauser ZAK | Zentrum für Angewandte Kulturwissenschaft und Studium Generale am Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT) The virtual museum Museum as public space Augmented-Reality-Installation at the ZKM Google Project Glass current research project at BMW