Instructions to Authors:

  • Session "MINUTE MADNESS": (Time and Location: Auditorium at 16:30—Tuesday)
    • You will have exactly 60 seconds to entice people to stop by your poster during the Poster Session immediately following. You will not have time to fully introduce or describe your poster/demonstration, so emphasize the major points—emphasize the reason(s) conference participants should be interested in your work! We will have a very loud (but friendly) time-keeper (human or mechanical) to move the agenda on to the next poster introduction when your 60 seconds are finished.
    • Please prepare a 2-cell presentation for your use during the Minute Madness session and send it as a PDF file by email  to no later than 12:00 on Tuesday, 3 September.
    • We ask that you meet in the auditorium at 16:00 to line up for your presentation.
  • POSTER PREPARATION: Each poster or demostration presenter will be able to display a rectangular poster of the maximum dimension of ISO A0 format: 840mm wide by 1180mm tall (33in wide by 46in tall). Please prepare all materials in advance. We will not print posters or copy handouts. We will provide pins for mounting posters. If you need other materials to attach your poster such as double-sided adhesive tape, please bring these materials with you. Access to electrical outlets will not be available. Shared tables will be available.


D1 Acquiring and providing access to historical web collections Daniel Gomes, David Cruz, João Miranda, Miguel Costa and Simão Fontes
D2 The SCAPE Planning and Watch suite Michael Kraxner, Markus Plangg, Kresimir Duretec, Christoph Becker and Luis Faria
D3 Demonstration of the BitCurator Environment Christopher Lee


P01 Using data archiving tools to preserve archival records in business systems – a case study  Neal Fitzgerald
P02 PERICLES - Promoting and Enhancing Reuse of Information throughout the Content Lifecycle taking account of Evolving Semantics  Simon Waddington, Mark Hedges, Sándor Darányi, Yiannis Kompatsiaris, Odysseas Spyroglou, Jens Ludwig, Philipp Wieder, Adil Hasan, Rani Pinchuk, Jean-Pierre Chanod, Rob Baxter, Pip Laurenson and Christian Muller
P03 On Preparedness of Memory Organizations for Ingesting Data Juha Lehtonen, Heikki Helin, Kimmo Koivunen and Kuisma Lehtonen
P04 Web Archiving as a Service for the Sciences Anna Kugler, Astrid Schoger and Tobias Beinert
P05 A Collaboration to Clarify the Costs of Curation – The 4C Project Neil Grindley
P06 TAP: A Tiered Preservation Model for Digital Resources Umar Qasim, Sharon Farnel and John Huck
P07 Digital Preservation Center of NSLC Zhenxin Wu
P08 Enhancing characterisation for digital preservation Paul Wheatley, Gary McGath and Petar Petrov
P09 Query Suggestion for Web Archive Search Miguel Costa, João Miranda, David Cruz and Daniel Gomes
P10 Quality assured image file format migration in large digital object repositories Sven Schlarb, Peter Cliff, Peter May, William Palmer, Matthias Hahn, Reinhold Huber-Moerk, Alexander Schindler, Rainer Schmidt and Johan van der Knijff
P11 Automating the Preservation of Electronic Theses and Dissertations with Archivematica Mark Jordan
P12 Diverse approaches to blog preservation: a comparative study Richard Davis, Edward Pinsent and Silvia Arango-Docio
P13 Digital preservation of epidemic resources: coupling metadata and ontologies João D. Ferreira, Catia Pesquita, Francisco M. Couto and Mário J. Silva
P14 Risk Management for Digital Long-Term Preservation Services Karlheinz Schmitt and Stefan Hein
P15 UPBox and DataNotes: a collaborative data management environment for the long tail of research data João Rocha Da Silva, José Barbosa, Mariana Gouveia, Cristina Ribeiro and João Correia Lopes
P16 Building Institutional Capacity in Digital Preservation: Chronicles in Preservation Case Study Matt Schultz, Mark Phillips, Nick Krabbenhoeft and Stephen Eisenhauer
P17 Adapting search user interfaces to web archives David Cruz and Daniel Gomes
P18 A Digital Archive of Monitoring Data Fábio Costa, Gabriel David and Álvaro Cunha
P19 The Data-at-Risk Initiative: A Metadata Scheme for Documenting Data Rescue Activities Anona C. Earls, Jane Greenberg, William L. Anderson, Angela P. Murillo, W. Davenport Robertson, Aaron Kirschenfeld and Erin Clary
P20 On Enhancing the FFMA Knowledge Base Sergiu Gordea and Roman Graf
P21 A new data model for digital preservation and digital archiving for the French Administration: VITAM model on NoSQL technologies Frédéric Brégier, Thomas Van de Walle, Marie Laperdrix, Frédéric Deguilhen, Lourdes Fuentes-Hashimoto, Nathalie Morin and Edouard Vasseur
P22Multimedia Collections ManagementCláudio Souza, Rubens Ferreira