Shu-Jiun Chen is the Assistant Research Fellow at the Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica, and also the Executive Secretary of Academia Sinica Digital Center. She received her M.A. degree in Information Studies from the Department of Information Studies at the University of Sheffield, UK in 1997, and Ph.D. in Library and Information Science at the National Taiwan University in 2012.
Dr. Chen is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor of the Department of Information and Library Science, Tamkang University, and the College of Humanities, National Taiwan University of Arts. Her research interests include digital libraries, metadata, knowledge organization, and digital humanities. She initiated the Research Project of Chinese-language AAT (Art & Architecture Thesaurus) with the Getty Research Institute, USA since 2008, and as the External Advisor of Getty Vocabularies as LOD (Linked Open Data) since 2014. Her current research projects include Construction and Application of Knowledge Organization Systems for Digital Archives where she explores a semantic approach to digital art history.
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I have the colloabration with Getty Research Institute for the Chinese version of AAT, and join the Getty's LOD project. Also, we plan to publish LOD for many of the datasets in Academia Sinica Digital Center (http://asdc.sinica.edu.tw/en/index.jsp). My research interest is especially on the ontologies and digital humanities. I have a research found entiteld" Constructing a Linked Data-Based Art History Digital Research Environment" by the Ministry of Science and Technology. Recently, I just pulish a conference paper entitled "Constructing the Ontology of Digital Art History: A Mapping Study", which is moving on the LOD phase.