Share-PSI 2.0 is organising a series of workshops throughout 2014 and 2015, each focussing on a different aspect of public sector information. The specific topics for each workshop are subject to revision during the lifetime of the project however the broad thrust is expected to be as shown in the table below.
In each case a call for participation will be issued between 4 and 5 months before the event. This will invite short position papers describing relevant work done in the field of public sector information. Submitted papers will be reviewed by a programme committee and selected participants invited to present their work at the workshop. These presentations will be complemented by use cases presented by a number of the project partners.
Participation in each of the workshops will be free of charge (although there may be a charge for catering). A report on each workshop will be published on this Web site and will be offered to the W3C Data on the Web Best Practices Working Group.
|Samos, hosted by University of the Aegean and collocated with the Samos Summit||- 2014||Uses of open data within government for innovation and efficiency|
|Lisbon, hosted by the Portuguese Government||- 2014||Encouraging data usage by commercial developers
Workshop to include a half day session with the European Thematic Network on Legal Aspects of Public Sector Information, LAPSI
|Timisoara, Romania, hosted by the West University||16 - 17 March 2015||Open Data Priorities and Engagement |
(originally Identifying data sets for publication)
|Krems, Austria, hosted by the Danube University and collocated with CeDEM 2015||May 2015||A self sustaining business model for open data|
|Berlin, hosted by Fraunhofer Fokus||November 2015||Maximising interoperability: core vocabularies, location-aware data and more|