Nexus Lab Projects

The Developing Wassaja Project is an IHR Nexus Lab enterprise to strengthen the skills of researchers at Arizona State University to be able to actively engage in electronic publication through web application development. This workshop series was inspired by the Developing Librarian project at... Read more

What is left to discover within the maps of the past? That is the question poised by the Nexus Lab in its collaboration with the Professor Robert Markley (University of Illinois), Kenton McHenry (National Center for Supercomputing Applications), and Chris Morris (University of Texas at Arlington... Read more

It is well established that modeling complex systems can be beneficial for scientists, policy makers, engineers, and citizens alike. Domains such as health care and ecology, with objects of study consisting of multiple interdependent systems that encompass data from numerous sensors, databases,... Read more

Historically, the analysis of large video archives has been made difficult an inability to sort and categorize video content on a massive scale, further complicated by a lack of metadata and the difficulty of articulating the complexity of sound as text.

In an attempt to convert the Linguistic Atlas Projects' web presence to a sustainable system that will allow for scalable, modular technology development, Technical Manager Jacqueline Hettel (Assistant Director, Nexus Lab) is leading the project to transition all of the LAPs data and resources... Read more

The ASU Oral History Project is a joint endeavor of the School of Historical, Philosophical & Religious Studies, the Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development, and the Institute for Humanities Research at Arizona State University. This experimental web application is designed to allow the... Read more