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Temporal and Spatial Content Tracking

Project Hatemeter aims at systematising, augmenting and sharing knowledge on Anti-Muslim hatred online, and at increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of NGO/CSOs in preventing and tackling Islamophobia at EU level, by developing and testing an ICT tool (i.e., HATEMETER platform) that automatically monitors and analyses Internet and social media data on the phenomenon, and produces computer-assisted responses and hints to support counter-narratives and awareness raising campaigns.

Three contributions have been accepted at AIUCD 2019, the 8th conference of Associazione per l’Informatica Umanistica e la Cultura Digitale that will be held in Udine from 23rd to 25th January 2019.

Our "LOD Navigator - Tracing Movements of Italian Shoah Victims" is nominated in the category BEST DH DATA VISUALIZATION within the DH Awards 2017!

If you want to vote for our application, please fill in the dedicated form.

Voting will remain open until the end of Sunday 25 February 2017

Three proposals have been accepted at AIUCD 2018, the 7th conference of  the Associazione per l’Informatica Umanistica e le Culture Digitali that will be held in Bari from 31st January to 2nd February 2018.

Titolo: "Archivi storici, Edizioni scientifiche e Semantic Web"

Relatrice: Francesca Tomasi, Dipartimento di Filologia Classica e Italianistica, Università di Bologna


Two short papers and one demo paper have been accepted at the Conference on Recent Advances in Natural Language Processing (RANLP 2017).

The Chapter "It-TimeML and the Ita-TimeBank: Language Specific Adaptations for Temporal Annotation" by Tommaso Caselli and Rachele Sprugnoli has been published in the Handbook of Linguistic Annotation edited by Springer Netherlands.

Speaker: Tommaso Caselli
Seminar title: “Why did the building collapse?”: Ask for the Storylines!

Rachele Sprugnoli is in the Program Committee of the 1st Workshop on Temporal Dynamics in Digital Libraries (TDDL). The workshop will be held in conjunction with the "21st International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries" (TPDL2017) on September 21 in Thessaloniki, Greece.

The paper "Semantic Linking for Event-Based Classification of Tweets" authored by Amosse Edouard, Elena Cabrio, Sara Tonelli and Nhan Le Thanh has been accepted for presentation at the 18th International Conference on Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing (CICLing 2017).