Monthly Archives: June 2015

Call for Participation CC#3 online

The call for participation for our third and final creative camp is now online. The third camp will be held 26-30 October 2015 at the Koninklijke Bibliotheek/National Library of the Netherlands, The Hague, the Netherlands. We will offer bursaries to all participants to cover full

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Trip report: ESWC 2015

Last week I was in Portorož, Slovenia to attend the 12th Extended Semantic Web Conference. I was there to present my paper Crowdsourcing Disagreement for Collecting Semantic Annotation during the PhD Symposium, but also to check out what new and

Posted in Anca Dumitrache, Conferences, Staff Blogs, Trip Reports

Talk of Europe at DHBenelux2015

During the DHBenelux 2015 Conference in Antwerp, Belgium, Laura Hollink presented the Talk of Europe project during a session on Linked Open Data. All slides are available on Slideshare and below. A short version of the abstract is below.The full

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Dutch Ships and Sailors in E-Data and Research magazine

This year’s third issue of E-Data and Research magazine features an article about the Dutch Ships and Sailors project. The article (in Dutch) describes how our project provides new ways of interacting with Dutch maritime data. So far, four datasets

Posted in Staff Blogs, Victor de Boer

Two TPDL papers accepted!

Today, the TPDL (International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries) results came in and both papers on which I am a co-author got accepted. Today is a good day 🙂 The first paper, we present work done during my

Posted in Staff Blogs, Victor de Boer

Trip Report: SSP 2015

From Florence, I  headed to Washington D.C. to attend the Society for Scholarly Publishing Annual Meeting (SSP) last week. This conference is a big event for academic publishers. It’s primarily attended by people who either work for publishers as well as

Posted in Paul Groth, Staff Blogs