Global Information Infrastructures for Science & Cultural Heritage: The Interoperability Challenge
1102, 29/09/2010 (9:00-10:30)
Opening up new research perspectives relies on accessibility and interoperability across geographical and discipline boundaries.
A coordinated approach is needed, however, to achieve the interconnected information infrastructures necessary to support innovation and co-operation in Europe’s scientific and cultural communities. Technical, organisational and policy-related challenges have to be addressed. This networking session is hosted by three EU projects and will explore key interoperability challenges, policy and research priorities for application domains spanning digital libraries, cultural heritage and eScience. The projects – DL.org, GRDI2020 and DC-Net – address digital library interoperability, enabling technologies for global research data infrastructures, and cultural heritage infrastructures, respectively.
Web site: http://www.dlorg.eu
Coordinator: Hilary HANAHOE (Trust-IT Services Ltd., N/A, United Kingdom)
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