Workshop on "Global Scientific Data Infrastructures: The Findability Challenge"


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Invited Speakers

NameTalk Title
Paolo Atzeni University of Rome 3 Transformation of Heterogeneous Data for Traditional and non Traditional Databases
Soren Auer University of Leipzig Giving Linked Data a Social Context with Distributed Social Networking
Ricardo Baeza-­Yates Yahoo! Research, Barcelona Large Usage Data and the Wisdom of Crowds
Peter Baumann Jacobs University Bremen Towards Comprehensive Big Data Support: the EarthServer Project
Peter Buneman University of Edinburgh Annotation and Provenance Schemas
Stefano Ceri Politecnico di Milano Megamodeling
Stratos Idreos CWI, Amsterdam Database Cracking: Towards Auto-tuning Database Kernels for Exploring Scientific Data
Yannis Ioannidis University of Athens Profiling Attitudes for Advanced Information Provision
Martin Kersten CWI, Amsterdam Arrays in Databases, the next frontier?
Georgia Koutrika HP Labs in Palo Alto Entity Reconstruction: Bringing the Pieces of the Puzzle Back Together
Maurizio Lenzerini University of Rome 1 Query Rewriting for Ontology-based Big Data Access
Dino Pedreschi University of Pisa Social mining and the New Deal on Data
Timos Sellis Technical University of Athens Creative Search: Using Mindmaps for Contextual Search
Nicolas Spyratos University Paris-Sud Rewriting preferences as queries