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Presentations from PASIG Summer 2009 Meeting, Malta

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Day 1 - Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Introduction to the PASIG, Agenda Overview Art Pasquinelli, Education Market Strategist, Sun Microsystems
Building Digital Content Marketplaces for Europe's Knowledge Societies and Beyond Fabrizio Cardinali, CEO Giunti Labs, Chair European Learning Industry Group
User Access Services Lee-Ann Coleman, Head of Science, Technology and Medicine, The British Library
Overview of Storage and Data Management Trends Raymond Clarke, Enterprise Storage Specialist, Sun Microsystems, SNIA Board of Directors, Data Mgt. Forum
Extending OAIS for Large-Scale Access and Archiving Gary Wright, Digital Preservation Product Manager, Family Search, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Tom Creighton, Engineer, Family Search, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Expanding the Object Model: Providing Contextual Information for Long-Tail Data Neil Jefferies, R&D Project Manager, SERS, Oxford University
Storing For The Long Term: The Merits of Open Standards in General and ODF in Particular Gilles Gravier, Government Industry Solutions Architect, Sun Microsystems
Stanford Digital Repository Update Tom Cramer, Stanford University
Practical Experiences Steve Knight, Programme Architect National Digital Heritage Archive, National Library of New Zealand
New Developments in Private LOCKSS Networks for Digital Preservation Tyler Walters, Associate Director, Technology & Resource Services, Georgia Institute of Technology
SPAR: Lessons Learned from Its Implementation Thomas Ledoux, Systems Engineer, The French National Library (BNF)
Actualities and Perspectives in the Slovak National Library Dusan Katuscak, Director, Slovak National Library
Miroslav Capkovic, IT Analyst, Slovak National Library
DuraSpace Organization with DSpace and Fedora Updates Sandy Payette, Executive Director, DuraSpace Organization
Eprints Update Dave Tarrant, Research Fellow and Developer, U. Southampton
Sun in Education Update Joe Hartley, VP of Government, Education, and Healthcare Sun Microsystems
Optional Giunti Labs Deep-Dive: Using Harvestroad Hive DR for Building Rich, Mobile, and Virtual Worlds Repositories for Innovative Knowledge, Learning, and Information Dissemination Scenarios Fabrizio Cardinali, Ceo Giunti Labs, Chair European Learning Industry Group
Day 2 - Thursday, June 25, 2009
Migration Math Thorsten Lange, Storage Architect, Sun Microsystems
European Preservation Collaboration and Planets Directions Richard Boulderstone, Director eStrategy, The British Library
Active Preservation of Web Sites Rob Sharpe, Head of Archiving Solutions, Tessella
Rosetta Overview Yaniv Levi, Preservation Product Manager, Ex Libris
Planning for Audit Best Practices Chris Rusbridge, Director, Digital Curation Centre
Rescue and Preservation of Videotape Collections Brian Campanotti, CTO, Front Porch Digital
PrestoPRIME Update Richard Wright, Sr. Research Engineer, BBC Future Media & Technology
Preserving Rich Media: Practical Experiences Fernando Moreira, CEO, Hi-Stor
From Simple Models to Rich Models of Audio-Visual Assets Guy Maréchal, TITAN Association
Trends in Cloud Computing and Data Intensive Networks Steve Perrenod, HPC and Cloud Computing Architect, Sun Microsystems
Data Intensive Collaboration and iRods Overview Reagan Moore, RENCI, University North Carolina
Preserving French Scientific Data Olivier Rouchon, CNRS/CINES
Reference Architectures for Digital Libraries Keith Rajecki, Education Solutions Architect, Sun Microsystems
Data Intensive Computing and High Performance Data Mining with Large Scale Scientific Data Storage - An Overview Simon See, Director, HPC, Sun Microsystems
DuraCloud, A Web-based Service from the DuraSpace Organization Sandy Payette, Executive Director, DuraSpace Organization
IT Futures Effecting Repositories, Digital Libraries, and eResearch Marc Hamilton, VP, HPC and Cloud Computing, Sun Microsystems
Prince Edwards Island Fedora-Drupal "Islandora" Demo
Day 3 - Friday, June 26, 2009
How Well Are We "Ensuring the Longevity of Digital Documents"? David Rosenthal, Chief Scientist, LOCKSS Program, Stanford University Libraries
Ex Libris: Securing the Future of Information and Libraries - An In-depth Review
Sun Global Library Center of Excellence (COE) Meeting (By Invitation)


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