LOD in Porto: International Society for Knowledge Organization 2018 Conference

Richard Smiraglia and Rick Szostak presented two papers on our project in Porto, Portugal. Our papers from ISKO 2018 are freely available to download. Please cite them as: Smiraglia, Richard P., and Rick Szostak. Converting UDC to BCC: Comparative Approaches to Interdisciplinarity. Challenges and Opportunities for Knowledge Organization: Proceedings of the Fifteenth International ISKO Conference […]

Call for Proposals and Invitation to Participate: Colloquium Research Information Systems and Science Classifications: Revisiting the NARCIS Classification

The Colloquium Research Information Systems and Science Classifications: Revisiting the NARCIS Classification is organised by DANS and co-sponsored by the International Society for Knowledge Organization. This workshop is part of Professor Richard Smiraglia’s programme as KNAW visiting professor at DANS, and is designed around the DANS-NARCIS portal and in particular the classification used in it to […]

Richard Smiraglia – DANS Presentation

On Wednesday, July 3rd, 2018, Richard Smiraglia, a PI on the Digging into the Knowledge Graph grant, is currently serving as a KNAW Visiting Professor. In this capacity, he held a lecture at the Data Archiving and Networked Services lunch seminar titled “Network Structures for Discovery: Classification Interaction”. His talk was followed by a discussion […]

DI4KG in Marília, Sao Paolo

Dr. Daniel Martínez-Ávila will be presenting our paper, Classifying the LOD Cloud: Digging Into the Knowledge Graph, at the X Encontro Internacional De Informação, Conhecimento E Ação (X EIICA, or, the Tenth Annual Meeting on Information, Knowledge, and Action) in Marília, Sao Paolo, Brazil on June 21, 2018. Our paper discusses the benefits of linked […]

A Successful Start!

Our first grant meeting was held  Thursday, November 30th – Saturday, December 2nd, 2017. In the spirit of our Trans-Atlantic partnership, local and international participants attended both virtually from Amsterdam, and in person in Milwaukee, Wisconsin at the School of Information Studies (SOIS) of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM). SOIS PhD students from Professor Smiraglia’s […]