Wednesday 26th of June, Alte Mensa, Göttingen

This is the agenda for Wednesday the 26th of June, the first full day of the conference. To register for the conference please see the main registration page.

Location: Adam-von-Trott room, Alte Mensa conference venue

time Title Authors
7:00am - 8:00am Optional guided run/walk - more information here.
9:00am - 9:10am Welcome Ulrike Beisiegel, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
9:20am - 9:30am Welcome and State of the IIIF Universe Josh Hadro, IIIF Managing Director
09:30am - 10:30pm Big Rock Candy Mountain: Can We Take the Medieval Manuscripts to a Digital Wonderland? Pauli Assinen, Matti Myllykoski
Using IIIF to Catalogue Ethiopian Binding Decoration Gerlinde Schneider, Sean M. Winslow
IIIF Discovery in Japan Satoru Nakamura, Kiyonori Nagasaki
A Golden Future May Be Expected Through the Use of Data Analysis Ingo Rohlfs
Building IIIF Capability into a Digital Asset Management System David Larsen
Storiiies Editor - Digital Storytelling Powered by IIIF Andy Cummins, Jon White
10:30am - 11:00am Break
11:00am - 11:35am IIIF Community Group Updates Glen Robson, IIIF Technical Coordinator (TBC)
11:35am - 12:30pm The Database of Pre-modern Japanese Works: More than 80,000 items in hand Kazuhiro Okada, Kuninori Matsuda, Keiichi Tanikawa
Digital Manuscripts Without Borders. A cross-collections search and discovery platform of manuscripts and rare books Régis Robineau
Assembling an IIIF Cocktail Angela Wolff
Swiss institutions climbing up the IIIF ladder Julien A. Raemy, René Schneider
MMMONK Medieval Monastic Manuscripts – Open – Network – Knowledge. Crossing institutional boundaries with IIIF Evelien Hauwaerts, Katrien Deroo
About Phase One Cultural Heritage Yair Shahar, Phase One Cultural Heritage
12:30pm - 1:30pm Lunch
1:30pm - 2:00pm Technical Specification Status Update IIIF Editors
2:00pm - 3:00pm Rhinos, Recitals and World Cup Finals- Storytelling through IIIF AV Scott Renton
Timeliner: a Music teaching and learning use case for IIIF Maria Whitaker
Use study: Representing the medieval library catalog of the Erfurt Carthusians with IIIF Martin Hinze
Making IIIF the norm for natural history collections Roger Hyam
Make all IIIF resources searchable Martin Baumgartner
Remixing collections for web editorial Matt McGrattan, Tom Crane
Promoting IIIF through CONTENTdm Shane Huddleston, OCLC
3:00pm - 3:30pm Break
3:30pm - 5:00pm Introducing Mirador 3 Jack Reed
Modelling multiple versions of a digital surrogate with IIIF Emma Stanford
Introduction to Digital Fujikawa –History of Medicine in Japan– Chifumi Nishioka, Hisaya Akazawa, Fuko Hojo, Akemi Omura, Tatsuji Tomioka, Mutsumi Hosaka, Kenichi Igarashi, Ryo Inaki, Shin Irie
Beyond Madoc: Development of a IIIF-based digital corpus management and text analysis platform Joke Daems, Sally Chambers, Christophe Verbruggen
IIIF at the University of Cambridge Andy Corrigan
Interoperability of numerical sources via IIIF Frank Dührkohp
Development of Content Retrieval System of Scrapbook “Kunshujo” using IIIF and Deep Learning Satoru Nakamura
Content Aggregation in Europeana by means of IIIF Manifests Jonathan Blok, Erwin Verbruggen, Pieter van Leeuwen, Daniel Ockeloen, Hugo Manguinhas
The "Mellon Project" at the Vatican Library Paola Manoni
"Digitisation of Cultural Heritage: A Case Study of Eyo Festival Images" Felix Bayode Oke
Digital Mappa 2.0 and IIIF Presentation API Nick Laiacona
7:00pm - 9:00pm Join us for an evening reception with food and drinks at the Startraum. The Startraum is located at Friedrichstraße 3-4, just around the corner from the conference venue.'

Following the event, We have prepared a listing of optional 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.