Mittwoch, Januar 04, 2012

APE 2012: Semantic Web, Data & Publishing, Berlin, Jan 24/25

The 7th Academic Publishing in Europe Conference is near, dealing with subjects and concepts crucial for successful academic publishing in today’s and tomorrows media landscape. According to the organizer Arnoud de Kemp, the APE conference is getting more and more international. Participants from Austria, Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Great Britain Netherlands, Norway, Russia, Sweden, UK and USA have already registered for 2012.

If you have not yet decided whether you will participate, now is the time!

Speakers and program (excerpt)


The Past, the Present and the Future of STM Publishing
Derk Haank (Springer Science+Business Media)

One Publisher's Journey through the Open Access Debate
Fred Dylla (AIP)

Overviews and Lectures

The Shape of Things to Come: how technology trends and market forces will change the structure of the STM publishing industry
Mark Ware (Outsell Inc.)

Measuring and Managing Research Outcomes
Nick Fowler (Elsevier)

Digital Reuse Rights in a fast-changing Publishing Environment: Users' Demands and Licensing Options for Publishers
Kim Zwollo (RightsDirect)

APE Lecture: Enabling the Transition of Existing Journals to Open Access
Bernard F. Schutz (AEI-MPG, Astrophysical Relativity)

Wake-up Discussion:
The End of the Semantic Web? The Internet of Things and Services

with Richard Padley (Semantico), Denny Vrandecic (KIT, Wikimedia DE), Stefan Gradmann (IBU-HU-Berlin), Sven Fund (De Gruyter), Michael Dreusicke (PAUX Technologies), Felix Sasaki (DFKI / W3C) and Arnoud de Kemp (AKA, digiprimo, Org' Committee APE 2012)


Mining, Enhancing & Integrating
Robert M. Campbell (Wiley Blackwell)

Enhancing Publications with Research Data
Peter Doorn (DANS/KNAW)

Integrated Publishing - New Opportunities for Scientific Publishers
Sven Fund (De Gruyter)

User-side semantic Enrichment of Scholarly Content
Steve Pettifer (AIG, CS-MAN)

Semantic Enrichment in an "Information as a Service" Model
Stefan Geißler (TEMIS Deutschland)

ODE: Opportunities for Data Exchange - A Publisher Viewpoint on the Changes ahead
Eefke Smit (STM)

DataCite re-visited - Citing Data in the XXIst Century, at long last
Jan Brase (DataCite, TIB/UB)

Dryad: Scalable Infrastructure for coupling Research Data to Publications in the Life Sciences
Todd J. Vision (BIO-UNC)

The conference runs (again) under the Patronage of Annette Schavan, Federal Minister for Education and Research, Germany.

For more information and program, click here  For registration, here

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Check APE 2011 Video recordings, here