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Future Conferences

See also the D-Lib listing of upcoming conferences

Open Repositories 2007

  • January 23-26, 2007 in San Antonio, Texas
  • Open Repositories 2007 will host Open User Group meetings for DSpace, Fedora, and Eprints, followed by general conference sessions that cover cross-cutting and overarching issues. This year, the user groups will partition their programs into Plenary, Technical Issues, and Management Issues, and the partitions will be staggered so that IT directors can attend all plenary sessions and technical staff can attend all technical sessions. The User Group meetings are open to all attendees.
  • Submission deadline Nov 10th
  • The general conference program will be organized around the following themes:
    • Strategic context (social and technical) for repositories
    • Value-added services to enhance particular repositories
    • Achieving interoperability for repositories
    • Repositories and IT infrastructure
    • Open source software
    • Digital preservation
    • Use cases for repositories
    • Modeling for digital objects and repositories
    • Management and policy issues
    • Metrics
  • Hilmar attended and took notes for a summary (this time not really a blog)

CNI task force meetings

  • Spring 2007 (Phoenix, AZ -- April 16-17, 2007)
  • Fall 2006 (Washington, DC -- December 4-5, 2006)*

International Symposium on Digital Curation (DigCCurr 2007)

  • Chapel Hill - April 18-20, 2007
  • Full papers due: March 15, 2007

International Conference on Electronic Publishing (ELPUB 2007)

  • Vienna - June 13-15, 2007
  • Focus: "challenges of Openness in digital publishing"
  • Long Paper Submission Deadline: January 10
  • Short Paper Submission Deadline: n.a.
  • Poster Submission Deadline: January 10

Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL2007)

  • Vancouver - June 17-23, 2007
  • Focus: "digital libraries and associated technical, practical, and social issues"
  • Long Paper Submission Deadline: January 22
  • Short Paper Submission Deadline: February 5
  • Poster Submission Deadline: February 5

Data Integration in the Life Sciences 2007 (DILS 2007)

  • Philadelphia - June 27-29, 2007
  • Research papers (up to 16 pages): Submission Deadline: Feb. 8th, 2007 - new models, methods, or algorithms designed to solve problems relevant to the scope of DILS.
  • Systems or experience papers (up to 10 pages): Submission Deadline: Feb. 8th, 2007 - implementation of systems or feedback on practice of systems able to solve problems relevant to the scope of DILS. Papers describing commercial solutions are welcome as long as sufficient detail of the problem and its technical solution are provided.

Dublin Core 2007

  • Singapore - August 27-31, 2007
  • Theme: "Application Profiles: Theory and Practice".
  • Paper Submission Deadline: April 2, 2007
  • Report Submission Deadline: April 2, 2007
  • Call for papers

European Conference for Digital Libraries (ECDL 2007)

  • Budapest - September 16-21,2007
  • Long Paper Submission Deadline: March 15
  • Short Paper Submission Deadline: n.a.
  • Poster Submission Deadline: March 15

American Society for Information Science & Technology (ASIST 2007)

  • Milwaukee - October 18-25,2007
  • Theme: Joining Research and Practice: Social Computing and Information Science
  • Long Paper Submission Deadline: January 21
    • Panel: Revisiting the Foundations of Information Discovery and Access Systems. Sponsored by SIG HFIS/ and SIG/CR
    • Moderator: Julian Warner, Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland.


    • DRIADE's Title: Classifying Scientific Data Objects with Bibliographic Relationship Taxonomies
    • Abstract: Frameworks representing instantiations of bibliographic entities can aid the development of digital resource repositories that promote data sharing, integration, and synthesis. DRIADE (Digital Repository of Information and Data for Evolution), a collaboration between the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center and the Metadata Research Center, is a repository for scientific data objects supporting published research in the field of evolutionary biology. DRIADE ensures long-term preservation and promotes resource discovery and reuse for a wide-variety of heterogeneous digital datasets supporting published data. A metadata application profile, drawing from the Dublin Core, DDI (Data Document Initiative), EML (Ecology Metadata Language), and the PREMIS (PREservation Metadata: Implementation Strategies) data dictionary, support the repository’s first phase. A functional requirement for repository’s system is to record data object augmentation, integration, synthesis, or manipulation that effectively leads to new objects. We are exploring the applicability of the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Relationships (FRBR) and selected bibliographic relationship taxonomies for tracking the life cycle and familial growth of DRIADE data objects. This presentation will report on our analyses to date, including results of a study that examined biologists’ comprehension of bibliographic relationships and their view on the applicability and usefulness of tracking the life cycle of data objects.
    • Authors: Jane Greenberg, Associate Professor, School of Information and Library Science, UNC, Chapel Hill, and Director of the SILS Metadata Research Center; Hilmar Lapp, Assistant Director of Informatics, NESCent, and Todd Vision, Assistant Professor, Biology Department, UNC, Chapel Hill, and Director of Informatics, NESCent
    • Other presenters/panel members: Michael Buckland, School of Information, University of California, Berkeley, CA; Kathryn La Barre and Carole Palmer, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL (Note,*two different UIUC projects).


  • Short Paper Submission Deadline: February 25
  • Poster Submission Deadline: February 25

International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2007)

  • Busan, Korea - November 11-15, 2007
  • Long Paper Submission Deadline: May 18
  • Short Paper Submission Deadline: n.a.
  • Poster Submission Deadline: n.a.

DASER conference

  • is one coming up?

Ecological Society Data Sharing Workshops

  • Organized by Cliff Duke
  • The first one was held July 11-12, attended by HL and KKS. A draft report was disseminated Sep 6.
  • The 2nd one, on Data Centers, Dec. 8-9 (Fri. - Sat.) at NCEAS in Santa Barbara, CA, attended by Hilmar. Read the blog.
  • The 3rd and final one, on Obstacles to Data Sharing, will be held in '07 at NESCent

Past Conferences

NESCent digital data update and strategy session

  • A half-day workshop on Dec 5th, with Don Waller (SSE), Mark Rausher (Evolution), Michael Whitlock (Am Nat), Harold Heatwole (Integrative & Comparative Biology), and Marcy Uyenoyama (Molecular Biology & Evolution)
  • Objective: Update stakeholders, and obtain feedback on requirements, priorities, and ways to obtain user-specific requirements

Information Integration workshop

  • Oct 26-27 2006, Philadelphia
  • Organized by Susan Davidson at U Penn
  • Hilmar attended and wrote a blog.

Microsoft eScience Workshop at Johns Hopkins

  • October 13-15, 2006
  • This workshop will provide a unique opportunity to share experiences, learn new techniques and influence the domain of scientific computing. It will explore the evolution, challenges and potential of computing in scientific research, including how the latest tools, web services and database technologies are being applied to scientific computing. By providing a forum for scientists and researchers to share their experience and expertise with the wider academic and research communities, this workshop aims to foster collaboration, facilitate the sharing of software components and techniques, and influence the development of Microsoft technologies for data-intensive scientific computing. Registration: $650 covers hotel (Thurs, Fri, Sat), airport shuttle to hotels and JHU campus, conference registration, meals, and DVD of all sessions

NSF Workshop: Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe

  • September 26–27, 2006 in Arlington VA
  • attended by TJV
  • Draft report has been disseminated.

Dublin Core, Mexico 2006

  • Metadata Tools Working Group, organized by JG
  • Read Jane's report.

CODATA

Digital Curation Conference