After the huge success in Leipzig in September with over 80 participants the next meeting will be held in Dublin on February 9th, 2015.
|The Knowledge and Data Engineering Group, Trinity College Dublin|
|FP7 CENDARI Project|
|Trinity Long Room Hub|
|H2020 ALIGNED Project|
|Digital Repository of Ireland|
|Institute for Applied Informatics|
|SindiceTech for sponsoring part of the lunch|
|OpenLink Software for continuous hosting of the main DBpedia Endpoint|
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED
You can register by adding yourself here or send an email to one of the organizers. Registration is free but we offer an optional Support Ticket if you would like to support the DBpedia Association.
See all the people attending the meeting. If you can't find your name in there you can add it https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1XtgLLAekZfPTpEg0NB7pGUVaPUIQ8MobaRkK7aQmimY, and it will show up after a while (30 min or more).
Please submit your proposal through our web form.
Contribution proposals include (but not limited to) presentation, posters, demos, lightning talks and session suggestions.
The meeting will take place at the Trinity Long Room Hub (2nd floor), break-out sessions will also be in the O'Reilly Institute, School of Computer Science and Statistics, Trinity College Dublin.
|9:00||Registration venue: Trinity Long Room Hub|
|9:15||Session 1 Technical Directions & keynotes (Chair: Declan O'Sullivan) venue: Neil Lecture Theatre, Trinity Long Room Hub|
|Welcome by Declan O'Sullivan, ALIGNED Project and ADAPT TCD|
|Combining Data and Software Engineering on the Web by Rob Brennan, ALIGNED Project and ADAPT TCD slides|
|DBpedia Use Case in ALIGNED Project, by Dimitris Kontokostas, University of Lepizig slides|
|DBpedia and Digital Humanities in the CENDARI Project, by Jennifer Edmond, Trinity Long Room Hub|
|10:00||Keynote DBpedia and Wolters Kluwer’s Linked Data Strategy, by Christian Dirschl, Chief Content Architect, Wolters Kluwer slides|
|10:30||Coffee venue: Ideas Space, Trinity Long Room Hub|
|11:00||Session 2 (Chair: Jennifer Edmond) venue: Neil Lecture Theatre, Trinity Long Room Hub|
|DBpedia Future Directions, by Sebastian Hellmann, DBpedia Association, University of Lepizig (15') slides|
|Leveraging Library Data, by Christoph Schmidt-Supprian, Trinity College Library (15') slides|
|DBpedia's Triple Pattern Fragments, by Ruben Verborgh, Ghent University – iMinds, Belgium (15') slides|
|Remapping the DBpedia mappings (in RML), by Anastasia Dimou, Ghent University – iMinds, Belgium (10')|
|Populating DBpedia FR and using it for Extracting Information, by Julien Plu, Eurecom, France (10') slides|
|DBpedia in the Japanese LOD cloud, by Fumihiro Kato, ROIS, Tokyo, Japan (10') slides|
|Just before lunch: Freebase going private: effects on DBPedia?, by Giovanni Tummarello, Sindice, Ireland (8)|
|12:30||Lunch venue: Ideas Space, Trinity Long Room Hub|
|14:00||Break-Out Sessions (BOS) – Note that some BOS sessions are in Computer Science, the O'Reilly Building|
BOS 1 DBpedia Tools and Tutorials (Presenters: Markus Ackermann, Markus Freudenberg & Ali Ismayilov) slides
venue: Small Conference Room, O'Reilly Building
This session will focus on providing tutorial information for new DBpedia users and to highlight new tools available.
BOS 2 DBpedia as Gaeilge Chapter Meeting slides (Chairs: Caoilfhionn Lane and Bianca Pereira) venue: Seminar Room, Trinity Long Room Hub
BOS 3 The new DBpedia Ontology – Video (Chairs: Dimitris Kontokostas) venue: Neil Lecture Theatre, Trinity Long Room Hub
BOS 4 NLP & DBpedia (Chairs: Sebastian Hellmann) venue: Large Conference Room, O'Reilly Building
|15:30||Coffee venue: O'Reilly Building Foyer|
|16:00||Parallel Sessions (PS) – Note that all PS are in Computer Science|
PS 1 DBpedia Developers (Chair: Alexandru Todor) venue: Large Conference Room, O'Reilly Building
PS 2 DBpedia and Digital Humanities (Chair: Kevin Feeney) venue: Room 1.07, Lloyd Building
|17:30||Closing Words venue: O'Reilly Building Foyer|
|18:00||Informal social gathering at Café en Seine, 40 Dawson Street, Dublin 2|