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J. Stephen Downie
Professor
Associate Dean for Research

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J. Stephen Downie has research interests that intersect with both the digital humanities and scientific communication at CIRSS and has worked recently in multimedia music information retrieval.

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Contact

Phone: 217-265-5018
Fax: 217-244-3302
Email: jdownie@illinois.edu

CIRSS Publications

Organisciak, P. & Downie, J. S.  (2015, June).  Improving Consistency of Crowdsourced Multimedia Similarity for Evaluation.  Paper presented at the Joint Conference on Digital Libraries 2015, Knoxville, TN.  Read more

Nurmikko-Fuller, T., Page, K., Willcox, P., Jett, J., Maden, C., Cole, T., Fallaw, C., Senseney, M., & Downie, J. S.  (2015, June).  Building Complex Research Collections in Digital Libraries: A Survey of Ontology Implications.  Paper presented at the Joint Conference on Digital Libraries 2015, Knoxville, TN.  Read more

Hinze, A., Taibe-Schock, C., Bainbridge, D., Matamua, R., & Downie, J. S.  (2015, June).  Improving access to large-scale Digital libraries through Semantic-enhanced Search and Disambiguation.  Paper presented at the Joint Conference on Digital Libraries 2015, Knoxville, TN.  Read more

More CIRSS publications

CIRSS News

July 11, 2016
CIRSS to make strong showing at Digital Humanities 2016
(Originally published at the iSchool newsroom)Several CIRSS representatives will speak next week at Digital Humanities 2016, the annual conference of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations. The event will be held in Krakow, Poland on July 1…

June 28, 2016
CIRSS participates in Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School
Several members of the CIRSS community will give presentations at the 2016 Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School (DHOxSS) on July 4-8 at the University of Oxford. Attendees will follow one of eight workshop tracks throughout the week, and attend…

Past CIRSS Events

March 11, 2015
Workset Creation for Scholarly Analysis (WCSA) Project Update
The HathiTrust Research Center (HTRC) enables computational access to the HathiTrust corpus, a digital library of millions of books and other materials digitized by the Google Books project and other …

April 30, 2014
Discussion session -- Obtaining funding from foundations, industry and new sponsors
As government sources of grant funding shrink, researchers may look to expand their pool of sponsors. GSLIS faculty who have obtained research funding from foundations, industry and other sponsors le…

October 9, 2013
HTRC Workset Creation for Scholarly Analysis: Project summary and early findings
The HathiTrust Research Center (HTRC) enables computational access to the HathiTrust corpus, a digital library of millions of books and other materials digitized by the Google Books project and other …