The Digital Curation Unit presented a paper entitled “MORe : A micro-service oriented aggregator” at the “International Conference on Metadata and Semantics Research – MTSR’16”.
Τwo calls are open for six early career grants and for papers at the #dariahTeach closing conference (23-24 March 2017). The University of Lausanne and the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics will welcome the event, in support to the #dariahTeach team.
This autumn’s Europeana Aggregator Forum is hosted by the German Digital Library in Frankfurt am Main. The thematic focus of the meeting is about the relationship of national aggregators and “expert hubs” with each other and their place in the Europeana ecosystem.
The European Researcher’s Night was held on September 30 at Demokritos R.C. The event aims at making science available to the public and it was organized around a series of presentations, experiments, workshops for students and teachers etc.
Europeana Research Grants: Call for submissions, 2016-2017. Europeana Research will fund 3-5 individual research projects making use of Europeana Collections for research purposes.
DCU members Christos Papatheodorou and Leonidas Papachristopoulos were granted the Best Paper Award at TPDL – International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries 2016.
Europeana and the Austrian National Library are organizing the kick-off meeting of DSI-2 on 7-8 September 2016 in Vienna, Austria.
The Digital Humanities community met once again at the Digital Humanities Conference, held this year in Krakow, on 11-15 July. This year, the Digital Curation Unit participated in the conference with a workshop, two long papers and four posters.
The Athens Science Festival, also called Festival of Science and Innovation, is one of the biggest celebrations of science in Greece. It is organized every spring since 2014 and gives the opportunity to the participants to explore science through innovative and interactive ways.
Repurpose, Experience, Taste and Rethink Culture is a one-day event for culture discoverability and knowledge exchange, with focus on creative reuse and crowdsourcing of our cultural heritage.