CODATA 19 - Scientific Programme

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Final Detailed programme book

Scientific programme summary (extract):

Sunday, 7 November 2004

Opening Ceremony
CODATA Prize Address and Reception

Monday 8 to Wednesday 10 November

Keynotes

Open Access Initiative
Jürgen Renn, Germany

Design and Data in Chemistry: The Interplay of Ideas and Facts
Johann Gasteiger, Germany

Interoperability - Biodiversity
Gladys Cotter, USA

Comparative Genomics: A Bioinformatics-based Key Approach for Understanding our Genome
Yoshiyuki Sakaki, Director, RIKEN Genomic Sciences Center, Japan

Plenaries

Data and Society Plenary

The use of scientific and technological data in today's society
Rene Deplanque
FIZ CHEMIE Berlin, Germany

Towards a Web of Culture and Science
Simone Rieger
Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Germany

Social Data and Society: Preventing Misuse of Social Data in the 21st Century
Roberta Balstad
Columbia University and Chair, US National Committee on CODATA, USA

Data Archiving Plenary
Organized by William Anderson, Praxis101, USA.

Digital libraries and data archiving
Clifford A. Lynch
Coalition for Networked Information, USA

Earth Observation Data - ESA's Long-Term Archiving and Access Solution
Gian Maria Pinna
European Space Agency, Italy

Data Visualisation Plenary
Organized by Professor Dr.-Ing. Volker Luckas, Head of the Department of Animation & Image Communication at the Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics in Darmstadt and Nahum Gershon, The MITRE Corporation.

Visualization of Geospatial Data
Milan Konecny
International Cartographic Association
and Masaryk University Faculty of Science, The Czech Republic

Personalized Information Visualization
Bodo Urban
Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics (IGD), Germany

Ambient Intelligence: The impact of the information revolution on our everyday life
Thomas Kirste
Fraunhofer Institut für Graphische Datenverarbeitung (IGD), Germany

Mark-Up Languages Plenary
Organized by Toshihiro Ashino, TOYO Univ. Regional Development Studies, Japan.

The Semantic Web and Science Data Exchange
Brian Matthews
CCLRC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK

XML Description of Protein Structural Data for Data Grid and Computing Grid
Haruki Nakamura
Institute for Protein Research, Osaka University, JAPAN

The Design and Evolution of Markup Languages
Peter Murray-Rust
Unilever Centre for Molecular Informatics, Chemistry Department, Cambridge University, UK

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