Challenges & Opportunities in Digitalization – Cokorda Pramartha

Cokorda Pramartha, PhD was invited as a Keynote Speaker at the International Conference on Challenges and Opportunities in Digitalization in 21st Century (April 22nd, 2021), hosted by Balaji College of Arts, Commerce and Science, India.

Pramartha talked about his research and project related to the Digital Heritage and Digital Humanities: the Case of Balinese Culture.

Invited Speaker at FGD Center for Digital Culture – Cokorda Pramartha

Cokorda Pramartha, PhD was invited as keynote speaker at STIKI Indonesia, Bali on Focus Group Discussion regarding the development of the Center for Digital Culture. The development of the Center for Digital Culture Studies in STIKI Indonesia is a cross-scientific domain engaged in designing, researching, reviewing and publishing various cultural-based findings. Pramartha talked of how information technologies can be a driver to support the preservation of cultural heritage.

Project: Digital Prototype Development for Balinese Script

Aims: To develop a computer-based keyboard specifically for Balinese Script
Funding: 2020 Udayana Univesity Innovation Research Grant
Amount: Rp 250.000.000,-

Chief investigator: Cokorda Rai Adi Pramartha, Ph.D

  1. Ida Bagus Gede Dwidasmara, S.Kom, M.Cs
  2. I Putu Gede Hendra Suputra, S.Kom, M.Kom
  3. Drs. I Wayan Arka, M.S., Ph.D
  4. Ni Putu Sri Harta Mimba, SE, M.Si, Ph.D
  1. Intellectual property right: Computer Application
  2. Intellectual property right: Composition approach 
  3. Proceeding/Book chapter at the International Conference on Digital Heritage entitle Digital Humanities: Prototype Development for Balinese Script 

Coding untuk anak Sastra? Perlu banget!

CIRHSS Deputy Secretary, Gede Primahadi Wijaya Rajeg, Ph.D., gave a guess talk at BIT School about the benefits of coding/computing skill and data science in Language Sciences. Gede presented three simple cases to illustrate the interaction of computational and data science skills using R for investigating language and texts.

  1. Generating a frequency list of words from hundreds of text files, followed by
    1. Extracting full-reduplication words
    2. Performing summary statistics for the length of the letters in the reduplication
    3. Visualising the results
  2. Extracting prominent/key terms in a collection of novels to reveal what those novels are about.
  3. Comparing collocates of one word (i.e. menolak ‘to refuse’) in two different text corpora.

Below are the recordings of the talk (in Indonesian). The first part is the presentation, while the second part is the Q&A section.


ICAPaW 2019 Call for Papers

The Call-for-Papers website for The 2019 International Conference on the Austronesian and Papuan Worlds (ICAPaW 2019) is now up and live!

Please read the Abstract Specification carefully and use our abstract template. Abstract submission deadline is 5 July 2019. ICAPaW 2019 is held in conjunction with the launching of The Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on the Humanities and Social Sciences (CIRHSS)[1].

[1] The feature image is the Mount Agung landscape (Holy Volcano Agung in Bali). Photo by Artem Beliaikin (@belart84) on Unsplash.




Fees for International Conference
CategoriesFor local Indonesians (IDR)For non-Indonesians (USD)
Early BirdIDR 1,500,000USD 115
NormalIDR 1,750,000USD 170

Fees for International Master Classes and Guest Lecture
TitlesFor local Indonesians (IDR)For non-Indonesians (USD)
Indigenity, Heritage and Vernacular HistoriesIDR 500,000USD 45
Linguistic Typology and Austronesian SyntaxIDR 1,500,000USD 115
Experimental Syntax and Language ProcessingFREEFREE
Introduction to RFREEFREE

Fees for Conference Proceedings (Optional)
ItemsFor local Indonesians (IDR)For non-Indonesians (USD)
ProceedingsIDR 200,000USD 15

Note: Technical details on the payment and registration procedures will be updated here.