School of Information Sciences

Stephen Griffin

Visiting Professor, Mellon Cyberscholar

620 IS Building
412-624-9315

sgriffin@pitt.edu

Institution of highest degree:
George Washington University

Research Interests:

Interdisciplinary scholarly communication, cultural heritage informatics and data-intensive scholarship.

Recent Publications:

Stephen M. Griffin: Recovering the past through computation: new techniques for cultural heritage. Multimedia Information Retrieval 2010:13-14

Stephen M. Griffin, Carol Peters, Costantino Thanos: Towards the new-generation digital libraries: recommendations of the NSF/EU-DELOS working groups. Int. J. on Digital Libraries (JODL) 5(4):253-254 (2005)

Edward A. Fox, Gregory R. Crane, Stephen M. Griffin, Ronald L. Larsen, David M. Levy, David J. McArthur, Sugimoto Shigeo: Digital libraries settling the score: 10 years hence and 10 before. JCDL 2004:374

Stephen M. Griffin: Planning for future digital libraries programs. JCDL 2002:370

Sally E. Howe, David C. Nagel, Ching-chih Chen, Stephen M. Griffin, James Lightbourne, Walter L. Warnick: The president's information technology advisory committee's February 2001 digital library report and its impact. JCDL 2001:223-225

 

A World Leader

The degree programs at the iSchool are among the best in the country, attracting students and scholars from around the world.