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OCR Summit Meeting–Participants

1Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 Now introducing the Early Modern OCR Project (eMOP)! See the eMOP site and the eMOP press release for more information.

2Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 OCR Summit Meeting
Texas A&M University, hosted by the IDHMC (Initiative for Digital Humanities, Media, and Culture)
October 17-18

3Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 Participant List
A. Meeting at TAMU

Project

Name(s)

Location

IMPACT (Improving Access to Texts) Hildelies Balk <email hidden; JavaScript is required> KN: National Library of the Netherlands
Clemens Neudecker <email hidden; JavaScript is required>
IMPACT / PRImA (Pattern Recognition and Image Analysis Research Lab) Apostolos Antonacopoulos <email hidden; JavaScript is required> University of Salford, Manchester, UK
SEASR (Software Environment for the Advancement of Scholarly Research) and the MEANDRE project Loretta Auvil <email hidden; JavaScript is required> Illinois Informatics Institute, University of Illinois
Dynamic Variorum Editions (classical texts), with Greg Crane Bruce Robertson <email hidden; JavaScript is required> Mount Allison, New Brunswick, CA, and Tufts University
ARTFL Project Peter Leonard <email hidden; JavaScript is required> Univ. of Chicago
Tim Allen <email hidden; JavaScript is required>
Cervantes Project Eduardo Urbina <email hidden; JavaScript is required> Texas A&M University
18thConnect / ARC (Applied Research Consortium) and Performant Software Laura Mandell <email hidden; JavaScript is required> Texas A&M University
Kristin Jensen <email hidden; JavaScript is required>
Ed Zavada <email hidden; JavaScript is required>
CSDL (Center for the Study of Digital Libraries) Richard Furuta <email hidden; JavaScript is required> U. Massachussetts
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Donald Waters Princeton, NJ
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