Welcome address

Rachinger, Johanna

Keynote speeches

Ridge, Mia
Thompson, Bill

Plenary Talks

Cousins, Jill
Kaiser, Max
Marsella, Marco

Session Chairs

Bergheim, Runar
Gradmann, Stefan
Oomen, Johan
Siebinga, Sjoerd
Tzouvaras, Vassilis

Master of Ceremonies

Dallas, Costis


Atsidis, Dimitra
Bamkin, Roger
Bubestinger, Peter
Coar, Ken
de Jong, Franciska
de Jong, Gerald
has a mathematics and computer science background and has been a freelance trainer and software engineer specialising in Java technology for more than a decade in The Netherlands. He was part of the small technical team responsible for building the first Europeana prototype in 2008, and refining it during subsequent iterations until the summer of 2010, when he established Delving B.V. together with the other former core team members. Delving has taken the open source Europeana code base as a starting point and developed it further, with a mission to empower data providers and aggregators, and now expanding to empower individual users and small groups to contribute online to Cultural Heritage. His future ambition is to explore the potentials of crowd-sourcing and computer-aided curation as a hybrid process to improve metadata quality and usefulness.
Drosopoulos, Athanasios (Nasos)
Edwards, Alun
Eloy, Sarah
Engels, Robert
Freire, Nuno
Gäde, Maria
Geipel, Markus M.
Gradmann, Stefan
Haskiya, David
Hall, Mark M.
Hermans, Paul
Hesselmann, Tobias
Hildebrand, Michiel
Isaac, Antoine
Jentzsch, Anja
Fernie, Kate
Keller, Paul
Lewin, Börje
Marx, Maura
Miksch, Silvia
Molendijk, Jan
Morselli, Francesca
Nicholas, David
Jeanna Nikolov-Ramírez Gaviria, M.A.
Petz, Georg
Schreiber, Guus
Simon, Rainer
Smith, Arfon
Stockmann, Ralf
Stott, Andrew
Swartz, Aaron - via Skype
Urtegaard, Gunnar