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Sur l’agenda 30 novembre 2017

11th International Conference on Metadata and Semantics Research

Tallinn, Estonie
Tallinn University

The 11th International Conference on Metadata and Semantics Research (MTSR’17) will be held at Tallinn University in Tallinn, Estonia from November 28th – December 1st 2017.

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Important Dates

  • 15th June 2017 : Submission deadline for papers.
  • 25th July 2017 : Notification of acceptance
  • 20th August 2017 : Camera-ready papers due
  • 28th November – 1st December 2017 : Conference in Tallinn University (Tallinn, Estonia)

Theme of MTSR’17

Following up on previous successful MTSR conferences, the 11th International Conference on Metadata and Semantics Research (MTSR’17) focuses on an emerging theme of “Internet of Things (IoT) in Library and Information Science Research” and the practical implementation of ontologies and linked data in various applications. The conference focuses on :

  • Theoretical and foundational principles of metadata, ontologies and information organization ;
  • The emergence and application of the Internet of Things (IoT) in libraries and cultural heritage institutions (such as RFID technologies, smart libraries and virtual museums) ;
  • The applications of Linked Data, Open Data, Big Data and user-generated metadata ;
  • Digital Interconnectedness – the what, why and how of Linked Open Data and the Semantic Web ;
  • Metadata standardization, authority control and interoperability in digital libraries and research data repositories ;
  • Emerging issues in RDF, OWL,SKOS, schema.org, BIBFRAME, metadata and ontology design ;
  • Linked data applications for e-books, digital publishing and Content Management Systems (CMSs) ;
  • Content discovery services, search, information retrieval and data visualization applications.

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MTSR 2017

DI4R2017 (Digital Infrastructure for Research, 2017 edition)

Bruxelles, Belgique

EOSCpilot & DI4R, together !

We are happy to announce that the DI4R2017 (Digital Infrastructure for Research, 2017 edition) will take place on the 30th November and 1st December, right after the EOSCpilot 1st Stakeholder Event - at the SQUARE, in Brussels city center.

Scientific Programme

Topic areas

The following areas are envisaged as relevant for the choice of the topic(s) of the proposals :

Area 1 : Interoperability
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Area 2 : Data science and skills
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Area 3 : Impact evaluation and metrics
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Area 4 : Security, trust and identity
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Area 5 : The EOSC & EDI building blocks
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Area 6 : Business models, sustainability and policies
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Call for Abstracts

Abstract submission opening day : 11 September 2017
Abstract submission deadline : 13 October 2017

Le site de la conférence

Journée européenne d’information H2020 Infrastructures de Recherche sur le programme de travail 2018-2020

Bruxelles, Belgique
BEDFORD
Hotel - Centre de congrès
Rue du Midi 135,

RICH, le réseau européen des Point de Contact National Infrastructures de Recherche organise, en partenariat avec la Commission européenne, une journée d’information dédiée aux programme de travail 2018-2020 à Bruxelles à l’hotel - centre de congrès Bedford le 30 novembre 2017, de 9h à 16h30.

Le programme de la journée comprend le matin :

  • la présentation du programme de travail 2018-2020, par les représentatns de la DG RTD et de la DG CNECT. ;
  • une table ronde avec des témoignages de porteurs de projet : activités intégrées, étude de concept, centre d’excellence pour des applications de calculs intensifs, EOSC pilot.

L’après-midi est dédiée à des sessions parallèles par appels pour échanger plus précisément, animée par les membres du réseau RICH et en présence de représentants de la CE.

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Pour participer à cette journée l’inscription est obligatoire.

L’annonce

Information Day on Horizon 2020 Research e-Infrastructures Work Programme 2016-17

30 novembre 2017 - Bruxelles, Belgique
Meeting Room AB 0A, Borschette Building
36 rue Froissart,

The European Commission organised an Information and Networking day to present the e-Infrastructure part of the Horizon 2020 Research Infrastructures Work Programme 2016-17.

The day was dedicated to the recently adopted Work Programme 2016-2017 under Horizon 2020. Speakers and participants explored the work programme topics, the Horizon 2020 rules for participation, the new evaluation criteria and the specific features of e-infrastructures projects such as KPIs, TRLs and catalogue of services.

Comments and questions can be posted on the Digital4Science platform. If you have not done it yet, please register and engage with the e-infrastructures community.

The event has been fully recorded.

L’annonce