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This week the LinkedUp team are at the 11th European Semantic Web Conference (ESWC) 2014 which takes place from May 25th to May 29th, 2014 in Anissaras, Crete, Greece.

Yesterday morning the LinkedUp team facilitated a workshop in which the shortlisted candidates of the Vidi Competition had their chance to present their submitted demos and applications. The workshop was very well received by the ESWC community and involved a very fruitful discussion between the Vidi participants and the general ESWC audience.

After the workshop the audience had opportunities to test and play around with some of the demo applications. The participants were encouraged to further display their demos and applications as part of the LinkedUp booth, before showing the final showdown tonight where submissions from different challenges at ESWC including those of the Vidi are going to have a poster session.

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The programme for the workshop with links to slides is given below.

LinkedUp Session 1 LinkedUp Session 1, chair: Stefan Dietze
Welcome & LinkedUp intro [PDF] Stefan Dietze, (LinkedUp Project Co-ordinator) Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover
Semantic Analysis of Video Data to Enable Exploratory Search [Slideshare] Harald Sack, Hasso-Plattner-Institut für Softwaresystemtechnik, Universität Potsdam
The electronic Discharge Letter (eDL) mobile app [PDF] Michel Triana, JM Family Enterprises, Inc. (US)
Visualization of Labour Conflicts in the Netherlands for last 700 years [PDF] Vyacheslav Tykhonov, International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam
LinkedUp Session 2 LinkedUp Session 2, chair: Mathieu d’Aquin
AGRIS – exploiting bibliographic records to create rich Linked Open Data page (remote presentation) [video] Fabrizio Celli, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
DBLPXplorer: Interactive Graphical Interfaces for the Computer Science Bibliography [PDF] Ricardo Kawase, L3S
Konnektid: Social Learning Anytime, Anywhere [PDF] Michel Visser, Konnektid
LODStories: Learning About Art by Building Multimedia Stories [PDF] Hao Zhang, University of Southern California (US)
Rhizi.net [PDF] Erik Edstrom, Oxford University (UK)
Solvonauts: an open educational search engine (remote presentation) [video] Pat Lockley, Consultant (UK)
TuvaLabs – Data Literacy Skills for a Brighter Future [PDF] Benjamin Farahmand, Tuvalabs

The LinkedUp Vidi award ceremony and the decisions will be made on the last day, giving the participants some room for promoting their submissions. Stay tuned, for more news, photos and the final decision.

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