Track on European and National Projects, and Project Networking

The aim of the track on European and National Projects, and Project Networking of the MTSR 2013 is to promote collaboration, networking, knowledge sharing and output dissemination among EU and non-EU projects related to metadata, semantics, ontologies, research information systems, data infrastructures, linked data, open repositories and digital libraries research. In particular, the objectives of this track are:

  • To bring together representatives from different EU and non-EU projects for the purpose of knowledge sharing, problem solving, collaboration and brainstorming.
  • To provide the opportunity for representatives of these projects to engage with conference participants, disseminate research output and receive feedback, or seek collaboration and expertise.
  • To identify new opportunities for EU and non-EU-funded metadata, semantics and digital libraries research.

Interested authors should submit one page abstract to EasyChair following the Springer LNCS proceedings formatting style and guidelines. Each abstract should contain information about the aim and objectives of the project; outline what aspects of the project will be presented in the networking session; and specify what the project expects to gain from networking with other projects.

During the Track session, a workshop and a Roundtable will be held, chaired by EU Projects experts. Please note that only a limited number of Participants will participate in this special workshop on MTSR Project Networking, so make sure that you reserve a place!

Furthemore, interested authors can also submit to EasyChair under the type “European and National projects” either full papers (12 pages) or short papers (6 pages) reporting on either mature or ongoing research. Papers should be original and not previously submitted to other venues. Submission will be available through the EasyChair submission system. If you haven't an EasyChair account yet, you'll be asked to create it before you can access the MTSR'13 page. All submissions will follow a double-blind peer review process and will be published by Springer in the CCIS book series (see the MTSR 2013 CfP).

Special Track Chair

  • Emmanouel Garoufallou. Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thesaloniki (Greece)

Programme Committee 

  • Stavroula Antonopoulou, American Farm School (Greece)
  • Panos Balatsoukas, University of Manchester (UK)
  • Panorea Gaitanou, Ionian University (Greece)
  • Jane Greenberg (Co-Chair) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (USA)
  • R.J. Hartley, Manchester Metropolitan University (UK)
  • Nikos Houssos, National Documentation Center (EKT) (Greece)
  • DamianaKoutsomiha, American Farm School (Greece)
  • Paolo Manghi, Institute of Information Science and Techologies (ISTI), National Research Council (Italy)
  • Elena Mouskeftaropoulou, Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki (Greece)
  • Dimitris Rousidis, University of Alcalá (Spain)
  • Rania Siatri, Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki (Greece)
  • Miguel-AngelSicilia, University of Alcalá (Spain)
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