报告题目：iSchools and Education for Data Curation
提要： The widespread growth of networked information is yielding new forms of scholarly inquiry.
Examples include high resolution 3-D imaging, immersive visualization of large multidimensional
datasets, non-Destructive recovery and reconstruction of ancient manuscripts and artifacts,
and simulation of complex physical phenomena over great expanses of space and time.
Modern techniques such as linked open data are providing heretofore unimagined opportunities
for massive interdisciplinary explorations. In this lecture, an emergent model for scholarly
communication that captures the full record of the research workflow is considered.
报告人：Prof. Dr. Ronald L. Larsen
Professor and Dean,
School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh, USA
主持人：叶鹰 教授 (Prof. Dr. Fred Y. Ye)
Dr. Ronald L. Larsen holds a B.S. in Engineering Sciences from Purdue University,
an M.S. in Applied Physics from Catholic University, and a Ph.D. in Computer Science
from the University of Maryland. His career includes 17 years at the University of Maryland,
where he served as assistant vice president for computing, associate director of libraries for
information technology. During the mid to late 1990’s, Dr. Larsen was the assistant director
of the Information Technology Office at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).
Now he is a professor and the dean of the School of Information Sciences (SIS) at the University of