Research Remix

January 8, 2019

Still time to submit to OR2019; I’ll be keynoting!

Filed under: conferences, Uncategorized — Tags: — Heather Piwowar @ 6:44 am

There is still time submit talk proposal for Open Repositories 2019, till January 16th.   It’s going to be in Hamburg Germany this year, and there are fellowships available for those with financial need.

And I’ll be keynoting!  :)  Super looking forward to it…. repositories are at the center of so many exciting changes right now.

Anyway, details below.  I hope you can make it, it would be great to meet you and/or see you again!

Open Repositories

 

 

Open Repositories 2019 Update: Deadline for Proposals Extended Until January 16

The final deadline for submitting proposals for the 14th International Conference on Open Repositories (OR2019) has been extended until Wednesday, January 16, 2019.
The conference will be held on June 10th-13th, 2019 in Hamburg, Germany.

The main theme for Open Repositories 2019 is “All the User Needs”. You may review the full Call for Proposals here:

http://or2019.net/cfp/

Submit your proposals at https://www.conftool.net/or2019/ by January 16, 2019.

There are also a small number of fellowships available: http://or2019.net/fellowships/

We look forward to seeing you at OR2019!

PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS

Jyrki Ilva, National Library of Finland
Jessica Lindholm, Chalmers University of Technology
Torsten Reimer, British Library
Contact: or19-program-chairs@googlegroups.com

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