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DC 2011 - International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Application

Venue: The Hague, Netherlands
Organised by DCMI
From 21/09/2011 to 23/09/2011

Metadata harmonization remains critical challenge in design of languages of description. DC-2011 will explore the conceptual and practical issues of design when the language solution calls for cross-fertilization from different metadata specifications.

DC-2011, the eleventh International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications, will take place at the National Library of the Netherlands (KB) that fosters the national infrastructure for scientific information and plays an important role in the permanent access to digital information at an international level.

Agenda

On Wednesday 21 September there will be a full day of Tutorials alongside a special session on Vocabulary Management and Alignment. The program for the conference on Thursday 22 and Friday 23 September includes plenary keynotes and paper sessions, posters, workshop and special sessions, while there will also be an opportunity for people to meet in an "unconference" setting.

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Speakers gallery

  • Orator Project Manager for the Centre Pompidou virtual museum project
    Emmanuelle Bermès
    Project Manager for the Centre Pompidou virtual museum project

    Emmanuelle Berm├Ęs is currently Project Manager for the Centre Pompidou virtual museum project. From 2003 to 2011, she worked at the National library of France, first in digital libraries, then in metadata management. She also worked as an expert within Europeana and contributed to design the Europeana Data Model. She is a member of IFLA IT section where she's contributing to the creation of a Semantic Web special interest group (SIG). Emmanuelle is a co-chair of the Library Linked Data W3C incubator group.

  • Orator Software Engineer at Google
    Mikael Nilsson
    Software Engineer at Google

    Mikael Nilsson is currently a Software Engineer at Google. He recently published his PhD thesis on metadata harmonization at the Royal institute of Technology in Stockholm, summarizing his experience of making standards work together over the last decade. He is an active participation in numerous metadata standardization activities, nurturing the vision of making them all be useful in a common metadata ecosystem. Mikael is currently the co-moderator of the DCMI Architecture forum and chair of the DCMI/IEEE LTSC joint task force, and has co-edited a number of DCMI specifications, such as the DCMI Abstract Model and the DCMI RDF expression. He has been one driving force behind the formulation of the DCMI Singapore Framework for application profiles.