October 13-16, 2016

International Conference on
Dublin Core and Metadata Applications


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DCMI 2016 Annual Meeting

Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers
October 13-16, 2016

The Summit in Copenhagen launches DCMI’s 3rd decade and provides a forum for looking forward to new challenges and backward at challenges met and challenges unresolved. Every year the DCMI community gathers for both its Annual Meeting and its International Conference on Dublin Core & Metadata Applications. The work agenda of the DCMI community is broad and inclusive of all aspects of innovation in metadata design, implementation, and best practices. While the work of the Initiative progresses throughout the year, the Conference and Annual Meeting provide the opportunity for DCMI “citizens” as well as newcomers, students, apprentices, and early career professionals to gather face-to-face to share knowledge and experience. The Summit in Copenhagen will provide the opportunity for public- and private-sector initiatives beyond DCMI that are doing significant metadata work to come together, to compare notes, and to cast a broader light into their particular metadata work silos. Through such a gathering of the metadata communities, DCMI advances its “first goal” of promoting metadata interoperability and harmonization.

Keynote Speaker

Bradley_AllenKeynote Speaker Bradley P. Allen is Chief Architect at « Elsevier », the world’s leading scientific publisher. He has been a serial entrepreneur who has built and led teams in the design, development, launch and operation of innovative Web businesses. He works at the nexus of information retrieval, linked data and machine learning technologies, and is two for three on successful startup exits.

Brad leads the Architecture group within Elsevier’s technology organization, focusing on aligning technology vision and roadmap with corporate strategy, helping core development teams build and evolve products and infrastructure, and guiding Elsevier Labs’ collaborative research into the future of scientific and medical publishing.