Department of Distributed Systems
International Journal on Digital Libraries

Venue
Venue

Budapest, one of the most beautiful historical capitals in Europe, is situated on the banks of the Danube. Buda lies in the hills on the western bank, famous for its historic Castle Hill and beautiful residential area, and bustling Pest with its shopping, government and commercial districts lies on the flat plain of the east bank.

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The architectural beauty with its monuments from neo-classic through baroque to eclectic art nouveau is prevalent in the city. Budapest is also world famous for its artistic abundance of concerts, operas, recitals, galas and exhibitions.

The Europa Congress Center, the conference site, providing a modern plenary room and several session rooms with state-of-the-art technology, will be a unique venue to organize the event.

ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE
ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE

Invitation
Invitation

The Computer and Automation Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA SZTAKI) cordially invites you to participate in the 11th ECDL conference to be held in Budapest, Hungary on 16-21 September 2007.

Aims and Scopes
Aims and Scopes

This unique and well-established series brings together researchers, developers and practitioners working in various disciplines and related areas of digital libraries all over the world. The conference will consist of a three days technical program, preceded by a tutorial day and followed by workshops. The technical program will include refereed paper presentations, plenary sessions, panels and poster sessions. The tutorials will provide in-depth looks at areas of current interest.

ECDL 2007 will be devoted to discussions about hot issues and applications and will primarily provide a forum to reinforce the collaboration of researchers towards the Ubiquitous Digital Libraries.

Topics
Topics

Include, but not limited to:

  • Digital curation
  • Theoretical models for digital information management
  • Personal and personalized digital libraries
  • Concepts of Digital Libraries and digital content
  • Collection building, management and integration
  • System architectures, integration and interoperability
  • Information organization, search and usage
  • Multilingual information Access and Multimedia Information Handling
  • User interfaces for Digital Libraries
  • User studies and system evaluation
  • Digital archiving and preservation: methodological, technical and legal issues
  • Collaboration in DLs
  • Digital Library applications in e-science, e-learning, e-government, cultural heritage, etc.