Thursday 27th June, Alte Mensa, Göttingen

This is the agenda for Thursday the 27th of June, the second full day of the conference and is split into three parallel sessions. To register for the conference please see the main registration page.

Track 1 Track 2 Track 3
Location: Adam-von-Trott-Saal Location: Hannah-Vogt-Saal Location: Emmy-Noether-Saal
Time Title Authors Title Authors Title Authors
9:00am - 10:30am Interoperable Platforms and CLIR Initiatives: A Global Perspective Fenella G France, Wayne Graham, Charles Henry, Elliott Shore Panel / Roundtable Discussion: The Role of Museums in IIIF (alternate title: how IIIF helps you get attention) Emmanuelle Delmas-Glass, Richard Palmer, Stefano Cossu, Karsten Heck Newspapers and IIIF: Moving from Implementation to Interaction Karen Estlund, Glen Robson
10:30am - 11:00am Break
11:00am - 12:30pm Using IIIF for Image Retrieval in Digital Libraries: Experimentation of Deep Learning Techniques Jean-Philippe Moreux Metadata aggregation of IIIF Resources at Europeana: status and plans Nuno Freire, Antoine Isaac Updating the IIIFarm. What We Learned From Teaching IIIF on a Raspberry Pi Network Wout Dillen, Joshua Schäuble
IIIF Curation Platform: User-Driven Image Sharing with Machine Learning-Based Image Annotation Asanobu Kitamoto, Jun Homma, Tarek Saier IIIF Content Discoverability and the Keyword “iiif” Nikitas Tampakis Cuban collaborative IIIF shared platform Pedro Urra, Victor Ricardo, Silvana Martínez, Yohanis Martí, Luis Montesdeoca
Transkribus and IIIF: beneficial possibilities between image sharing and Handwritten Text Recognition frameworks Florian Krull, Guenter Muehlberger, Melissa Terras IIIF Change Discovery in Action: Findings from an OCLC Research experiment Jeff Mixter Simple Access to Cultural Heritage Assets via ONB Labs Can Yilmaz, Sophie-Carolin Wagner
12:30pm - 1:30pm Lunch
1:30pm - 3:00pm IIIF and Geodata: A Careless (LOUD) whisper Andy Irving Integrated Data Visualization – the Challenges of Linked Open Data Fenella G France, Andrew Forsberg IIIF and the Scottish Play: Re-purposing IIIF viewers to present a global perspective of Macbeth ... and more Stacey Redick, Richard Palmer
Recogito: Semantic Geo-Annotation and IIIF Rainer Simon Designing a user friendly IIIF based data aggregation platform Pierre-Edouard Barrault Alignment of Full Text Database with IIIF images KIYONORI NAGASAKI, Masahiro Shimoda
Crowdsourced transcription projects and IIIF’s role supporting integration with the DAMS Sara Brumfield, Shane Huddleston, Ben Brumfield How to Improve the Metadata Interoperability at the IIIF Presentation API Seyed Mahdi Taheri Building the Abnormal Hieratic Global Portal Ben Companjen, Peter Verhaar, Laurents Sesink, Ferdinand Harmsen, Koen Donker van Heel
3:00pm - 3:30pm Break
3:30pm - 5:00pm Combining TEI and IIIF in a Virtual Research Environment Mathias Göbel, Christoph Kudella, Ubbo Veentjer, Uwe Sikora Archives Community Group Showcase Josh Schneider, Rebecca Hirsch From 2D to 3D: Storytelling in higher Dimensions Ralph Wiedemeier
Matching Medieval Manuscripts – Finding palaeographic patterns across IIIF collections Hannah Busch, Rutger van Koert, Mariken Teeuwen IIIF and ArchivesSpace Dieter Van Hassel, Scott Renton Wonders to Vehold: Evolving 2D/3D Interoperability in Museums and Collections Ronald Haynes
IIIF: an upcoming standard in Italy Paola Manoni Now and next: How IIIF is driving a step-change in user-interface for digital archives and libraries Andy Cummins, Ben Rubinstein The Nomad Project Ed Silverton
5:00pm - 6:00pm     3D breakout session
5:30pm - 7:00pm Optional guided city tour - register here (first-come, first-served)

Following the event, We have prepared a listing of a few social activity suggestions for you that you can join after the end of the conference program.

Also check out the #göttingen-social on the IIIF Slack for real-time information about where people are what is happening on the social front.