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Ready, steady, ...
We are whirling - the preparations for the #opensearch events 2021 are already in full swing. That's why today it's Save the Date(s)!
In October, the international Open Search Symposium will bring together researchers and interested parties in #opensearch for the third time. The program will again include ideas, research results, practical experiences and discussions about Open Search. We are optimistic and plan the #ossym2021 from October 11 to 13 as a "real" conference on site at CERN* in Geneva and in parallel virtually on the web.
* CERN = European Organization for Nuclear Research in Geneva - where Tim Berners-Lee developed the World Wide Web in 1989.
#ossym2021 Spring Workshop -
Webmeeting on Open Search
Halfway to the Open Search Symposium 2021, the #ossym2021 Spring Workshop will take place in May 2021. The half-day online meeting offers interdisciplinary talks, keynotes and discussions around #opensearch.
Be there, join the discussion and prepare ideas for the Open Search Symposium at CERN in October - or just listen in to learn more about #opensearch.
Together with CERN in Geneva, the "cradle of the web "*, the Open Search Foundation will bring the third edition of the international Open Search conference to the stage from October 11 - 13, 2021. For three days, experts and curious people will explore the topic of #opensearch from different perspectives.
Dive into the social, scientific and technical aspects of open and distributed internet search together with experts from science and practice and many other active members of the #opensearch community.
Presentations and discussions will cut across all disciplines and with varying degrees of detail. Topic areas include:
Technologies for cooperative, distributed and efficient crawling and storage.
Distributed and sustainable web search infrastructures
Web science, web mining, content retrieval and analysis
Distributed databases and systems
Performance in web search, open source technology in web search, accessible search
Cloud/cluster security, distributed systems security
Machine learning for search and retrieval
Georeferencing of web content and geospatial search/analysis.
Vertical search, SEO, search interfaces and business models
Innovative search and web index applications such as research data retrieval, search for crisis management, search-as-a-service
Registration for the #ossym2021 Spring Workshop ... open from now until May 6, 2021
#ossym2021 Spring Workshop - Webmeeting on Open Search May 10, 2021, 13:00 to 16:30 (CEST).
International Open Search Symposium #ossym2021 October 11-13, 2021
Submission of abstracts/presentations ... open from now until May 31, 2021.
Information about the acceptance of the contribution July 1, 2021
Registration for the Open Search Symposium 2021 ... opens July 1, 2021, closes September 30, 2021 (or if max. number of participants is exceeded)
Online publication of proceedings from #ossym2021. Winter 2021/2022
Submit your abstract now:
Call for Contributions for #ossym2021
Call for Contributions to the Open Search Symposium #ossym2021 is open!
Whether presentations, posters for the live presentation or contributions for the symposium proceedings - we invite researchers and practitioners to actively participate in the international Search Symposium #ossym2021. The Call for Contributions is open until June 30, 2021.
We are looking forward to scientific contributions, reports on practical experiences or the presentation of concepts and positions in talks and the various interactive sessions.
Submissions are open here from now until June 30, 2021.
The presentations from #ossym2020 are available - either in the timeline of the conference on CERN's Indico server (just click on the respective entry in the timetable) or in the overview by presenter on the Open Search Foundation website (overview of presentations and videos #ossym2021).
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