Below you can download presentations of previous ILIDE conferences.

Conference presentations of 2023.
You can download the presentations of Ilide 2023 here.

Conference presentations of 2022.

September 5th 2022
Pierre-Yves Burgi, University of Geneva – OAIS-compliant digital archiving of research and patrimonial data in DNA
Hugues Cazeaux, University of Geneva – A Multifaceted Solution Approach to Digital Assets Preservation; Data Life-Cycle Management: The Swiss Way
Jan Černý, Prague University of Economics and Business – The Librarian: One of the Best OSINTers
Maria Cotera, Figshare – Library as a repository – Gaining wider relevance and visibility. Supporting Open Science
Vlastimil Krejčíř, Masaryk University Brno – From DSpace to Islandora: why and how
Anna Walek and Natalia Wysmyk, Gdańsk University of Technology Library – The devil may be in the details: Workflows in OA publishing agreements at the Gdańsk University of Technology Library
September 6th 2022
Radek Budzichowski, Clarivate – Expanding research intelligence horizons – updates from Clarivate
Tom Cramer, Stanford University – POD: A Case Study in Building Platforms to Enable Collaboration & Innovation
Tomáš Foltýn and Marie Haškovcová, National Library of the Czech Republic – Development of the Centralized Interface for the Web Content and Social Networks Data Mining“ project – a springboard to open Czech web archive
Patrick Hochstenbach, Ghent University Library – Events and Notifications: Decentralizing Scholarly Publication
Pekka Olsbo, University of Jyväskylä – “It´s better to burn out than to fade away” – The Changing role of a University Library in the world of Open Science and responsible research
Helena Paczuska, Elsevier – ScienceDirect – find your path to discovery
Charlotte Wien, SDU Denmark – Anything goes? – On the EU initiative for a greater diversity of scientific publishing platforms


Conference presentations of 2019.

April 8th 2019
Rachel L. Frick, OCLC Research Library Partnership – Understanding Position
Klaus Rechert, EaaSI/Freiburg – Scaling Emulation and Software Preservation Infrastructure
Ivo Wijnbergen, ORCID – ORCID: adding value to the global research community
Magdalena Szuflita-Żurawska, Gdansk University of Technology – The Bridge of Data – building a bridge in a “vacuum” – challenges and opportunities
Krzysztof Szymanski, Elsevier – Digital Commons
Guillaume Rivalle, Clarivate Analytics – Web of Science – New Developments
David Šlosar, Czech Academy of Sciences – Use of bibliometrics for the evaluation of institutes at the Czech Academy of Sciences
Charlotte Wien, The University Library of Southern Denmark – New public management and the house of human knowledge
​Sarah Slowe, University of Kent – Responsible metrics: Why management matters
Robert Szczodruch, Gdansk University of Technology Library – E-resource management using HAN, example from the library of the Gdańsk University of Technology (GUT)
April 9th 2019
Pekka Olsbo, Oulu University Library – Power to the People: Committing the Scholarly Community to the Development of Open Science in Finland
Dominic Tate, Univ. of Edinburgh – Implementation of Open Science in the University of Edinburgh
Kamila Kokot, Gdansk University of Technology – Breaking the waves: Creating a database for copyright policies for Polish scientific journals.
Vanessa Proudman, SPARC Europe – Plan S and the implications on national and academic libraries
Fiona Murphy, Murphy Mitchell Consulting Ltd. – Enabling FAIR Data – landscape and next steps
Igor Osipov, UArctic Institute for Science & Research Analytics – Funding trends, research policy and innovation. How new types of data change the way we look at science (Arctic and climate change case)
Jeff Love, TU-Delft – Data Stewards as Research Consultants
Tomáš Foltýn, National Library of Czech Republic – New Platform to Support Digital Humanities in the Czech Republic
Günter Mühlberger, Innsbruck University – Handwritten Text Recognition and Keyword Spotting. Two powerful technologies for archives and libraries
Martin Lhoták, Czech Academy of Sciences – DARIAH-CZ consortium and accession of the Czech Republic to DARIAH ERIC
Ulrike Wuttke, University of Applied Sciences Potsdam – “Here be dragons”: Open Access to Research Data in the Humanities


Conference presentations of 2018.

April 16th 2018
Sharon McMeekin, Digital Preservation Coalition – Getting Started: An Introduction to Digital Preservation
William Kilbride, Digital Preservation Coalition – Digital Preservation: Certification/Validation/Sustainability
Neil Jefferies, Oxford University Libraries – Digital Preservation Technology
Sarah Mason, Oxford University Libraries – Skills for Digital Preservation
​Rachel Frick, OCLC Research – Interoperability Frameworks
​David Minor, University of California San Diego – Next Generation Repositories, a Coalition of Open Access Repositories (COAR) Working Group
Alojz Androvič, CVTI SR – Digital Archiving Platform Digital Resources Project
Ľubomír Hribík, Tempest – DDP/DAP Design and Technology Overview
​Neil Jefferies, Oxford University Libraries – Fedora Fourward: Current Developments and Future Plans
April 17th 2018
David Minor, University of California San Diego – The Surprising History of Data Curation
Art Pasquinelli, Stanford University Libraries – Community-driven Models for Distributed Digital Preservation Using LOCKSS
Pekka Olsbo, University of Jyväskylä – Open Access in the Humanities Research in Finland and Sweden
Charlotte Wien, University Library of Southern Denmark – Openness in Science Seen from the Researcher Perspective
Emily Poznanski, De Gruyter – De Gruyter – Sustainable Open Access Books
Pip Willcox, Oxford University Libraries – Serendipity by Design: Empowering Digital Scholarship in the Library
Szilvia Maróthy, University of Eötvös Loránd – Digital Scholarly Editions and Libraries

Conference presentations of 2017.

April 3rd 2017
Lisa Otty, University of Edinburgh and Tom Cramer, Stanford University – KeepSafe project (LOCKSS)
Tom Cramer, Stanford University – The Evolving Digital Ecosystem: How Networked Services Are Overtaking Digital Silos
Marja Kokko, University of Jyväskylä – Librarians, Humanities and Open Science Movement
Stefan Schmunk, State and University Library Göttingen – New tasks, new roles: Libraries in the tension between digital humanities, research data, and research infrastructures
April 4th 2017
Pekka Olsbo, University of Jyväskylä – A Service Model for Green Open Access in Finland – Why, What and How?
Martine Oudenhoven, LIBER – Libraries at the centre: engaging the community for open science
David Ball, SPARC Europe – Making Open the default in Europe
Guillaume Rivalle, Clarivative Analytics – Open Research Data and Open Access publications: How do they sit in the Web of Science Citation universe?
Jessica Parland-von Essen, CSC – Towards Open Science and Research in Finland – Strategies and services
Tibor Simko, CERN – Towards Reproducible Research Data Analyses in LHC Particle Physics
David Minor, Univesity of California San Diego – Representing Campus Research Data in a Comprehensive Tool

Conference presentations of 2015.

21. April 2015
J. Dzivak – Opening Presentation
Erin Tripp and David Wilcox, Fedora – Workshop: Preservation and Presentation of Digital Content in Practice – Fedora Front-ends: Working with Islandora and Hydra
Ján Turňa, CVTI SR – From Traditional Librarian Services to Complex Support of Science and Technology in Slovakia.
Krishna Roy Chowdhury, Qatar National Library – Qatar National Library’s Role in Supporting Qatar through Its Journey towards a Knowledge Based Economy
Giles Carden, University of Warwick – Developing & Implementing a Research Analytics Strategy in Leading Research Intensive UK University
Carl Legat, Hitachi – Hitachi Social Innovation
Jiří Jirát, University of Chemical Technology – Bibliometrics: Benefits and Pitfalls
Jonna Holmgaard Larsen, Danish Agency for Culture – Model Programme for Public Libraries
Agnes Koreny, Szabo Ervin Municipal Library – Inform, Integrate, Inspire. A Metropolitan Library in a Changing Environment
22. April 2015
David Baker, New Library World – Squaring the Iron Triangle: Sustainable Innovation and Innovative Sustainability in a Digital Environment
Ed Fay, Open Preservation Foundation – Open Community Approaches to Digital Preservation
Erin Tripp, Discoverygarden – Exploring the Open Source Ecosystem for Long Term Preservation and Enhanced User Experience
Piotr Rydzek, Book2net – From Paper to Digital in No Time. How to Take Advantage of the Latest Digitization Technologies
Tibor Simko, CERN – CERN Open Data and Data Analysis Knowledge Preservation
Tomasz Parkola, Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center – LoCloud Collections: European Cloud Service for Hosting Collections of Small Memory Institutions
David Minor, Steven Morales, University of California, San Diego – Technical Design and Business Modeling for National-Scale Preservation: The DPN Way.
Miklós Lendvay, National Széchényi Library – ELDORADO – A Complex System for Digitisation, Preservation, and Copyright Clarification
Susanne Tremml, Austrian National Library – Europeana Creative
Katarzyna Slaska, Jan Mejor, National Library of Poland – “Academica” – A New Quality in Interlibrary Loan Systems
23. April 2015
Lucie Vavrikova, Elsevier – Paths and Trends in Open Access in Elsevier
Just de Leeuwe, TU Delft – TU Delft Sets the Default to Open Science
Claudia Heidrich, Royal Society of Chemistry – RSC Publishing & Open Access
David Ebert, Oracle – Oracle Learning Exchange

Below you can download the conference presentations of 2014.

1. April 2014
Mária Žitňanská, CVTI SR – Národný referenčný bod OA politiky na Slovensku
David Horký, Thomson Reuters – Citation connection DH
Veli-Pekka Hyttinen, Scifinder – The Choice for Chemistry Research – Basic features of new SciFinder
Chris Houghton, Gale – Cengage Learning and Slovakia- Increase the Quality and Breadth of Your Digital Library
Radka Machková, Emerald – Emerald Research & Publishing Pathway, New Search Platform
2. April 2014
Henning Scholz, Europeana – Europeana between portal and platform
Berthold Gillitzer, Bavarian State Library – Enhanced retrieval using semantic technologies
Pip Willcox, Bodleian Libraries, Oxford – The Scholar
Paola Manoni, Vatican Library – The Digitization Project of the Vatican Library within the complex relationships between sets of metadata
Aleksandra Nowak, Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center – Cultural Heritage Institutions, Metadata Aggregators and The Cloud
Hans-Jakob Tebarth, Martin-Opitz-Library – Digital rights management in a classic library. Developing and testing an Electronic Reading Room in the Martin-Opitz-Library
Tomasz Parkoła, Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center – Succeed with us
Sean Martin, Independent – The Interactive and Engaging Display of Images
Stephan Tratter, Treventus – Mass Digitization – Workflow Use Cases
Thorsten Rink_Imageaccess, Greg Dzięcioł_DDP – Case Studies of Advanced Book Scanning Solutions
Harm Jan Wijngaarden, Oracle – Managing data across the archive
3. April 2014
Jan Mejor, National Library of Poland – National Digital Library Polona
Witold Kozakiewicz, Medical University of Łódź – Social digitization as an alternative to a digital library
Iryna Kuchma, EIFL – Open Access in Horizon 2020 and in the European Research Area
Jarmila Majerová, University of Žilina – Bibliographic Data for Academic Digital Library