Digital Infrastructures for Scholarly Content Objects (DISCO2021) at JCDL2021

Program


Session 1: Thursday 30 September 9am-12:15pm US CDT convert to your timezone

Authors/Speaker Title Time (US CDT AM) Time Conversion
Wolf-Tilo Balke Opening remarks 9:00-9:10 convert to your timezone
Akiko Aizawa Keynote I: Natural language processing and information linkage for scholarly digital infrastructures 9:10-10:10 convert to your timezone
Matteo Petrera, Dennis Trautwein, Isabel Beckenbach, Dariush Ehsani, Fabian Müller, Olaf Teschke, Bela Gipp and Moritz Schubotz zbMATH Open: API Solutions and Research Challenge 10:10-10:40 convert to your timezone
  Break 10:40-11:00 convert to your timezone
Hermann Kroll, Judy Alchaar and Wolf-Tilo Balke Open Information Extraction in Digital Libraries: Current Challenges and Open Research Questions 11:00-11:20 convert to your timezone
Denis Nagel, Till Affeldt and Wolf-Tilo Balke Data Narrations - Using flexible Data Bindings to support the Reproducibility of Claims in Digital Library Objects 11:20-11:40 convert to your timezone
Florian Plötzky and Wolf-Tilo Balke What it Boils Down to… The Case for Event Analogies to Combat Complexity in Digital Libraries 11:40-12:00 convert to your timezone
Jodi Schneider Session 1 closing remarks 12:00-12:15 convert to your timezone

Session 2: Thursday 30 September 6pm-9:15pm US CDT convert to your timezone

Authors/Speaker Title Time (US CDT PM) Time Conversion
  Opening remarks 6:00-6:15 convert to your timezone
Tim Clark Keynote II: The FAIRSCAPE digital commons framework and Evidence Graphs for reproducibility 6:15-7:15 convert to your timezone
Halie M. Rando, Simina M. Boca, Lucy D’Agostino McGowan, Daniel S. Himmelstein, Michael P. Robson, Vincent Rubinetti, Ryan Velazquez, Casey S. Greene and Anthony Gitter Open-Publishing Response to the COVID-19 Infodemic 7:15-7:45 convert to your timezone
Robert Allen Yoked Flows for Direct Representation of Scientific Research 7:45-8:15 convert to your timezone
Anita de Waard Closing remarks 8:15-8:30 convert to your timezone

Accepted Papers