Early Bird Registration Opens for iPRES 2019

We are pleased to announce that the Early Bird Registration for iPRES 2019 is now open. This year the 16th International Conference on Digital Preservation will visit Amsterdam in The Netherlands (September 16 – 20), with the Dutch Digital Heritage Network as your host. Register now to secure your place and to benefit from the early bird fee!

Event Description

iPRES is the premier and longest-running conference series on digital preservation. Since 2004, the annual iPRES conference travels in rotation around the globe on four continents. iPRES brings together 300-400 scientists, students, researchers, archivists, librarians, providers, and other experts to share recent developments and innovative projects in a wide variety of topics in digital preservation from strategy to implementation, and from international and local initiatives. Year on year the debate and research profiled at iPRES have moved digital preservation from a technology-driven niche specialism of experts to a global challenge with the community to match.

Programme

The iPRES 2019 programme will include workshops, tutorials, paper presentations, panels, hackathons, the great digital preservation bake-off and professional visits to Dutch Heritage Institutes. This year, the overall conference theme is Eye on the Horizon.

Early Bird Registration

If you are planning to attend iPRES 2019, register now for the Early Bird fee and secure your place.

Final Call for Contributions

While we have your attention, may we remind you that the deadline for submissions is 18 March 2019 (23:59:59 Amsterdam Time CET). We welcome full papers (no abstracts) as well as proposals for workshops, tutorials, posters, panel discussions and for a hackathon. Submissions should relate to the overall conference theme, Eye on the Horizon, describing the cutting edge of our domain and crossing into other domains. Read more on:https://ipres2019.org/call-for-contributions

 

By Charlotte Armstrong, posted in Charlotte Armstrong's Blog

4th Mar 2019  12:36 PM  591 Reads  No comments