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iPRES 2017【9/25-29】

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デジタルデータの長期保存に関する諸課題を議論する国際的な学術会議iPRES (International Conference on Digital Preservation)が、京都で開催されます。


詳しくは、iPRES 2017のサイトをご参照ください。


テーマ:“Keeping Cultural Diversity for the Future in the Digital Space ― from Pop-Culture to Scholarly Information(多様な文化をデジタル空間に保存して未来へ伝える−ポップカルチャーから学術情報まで)”

日 時:2017年(平成29年)9月25日(月)〜 29日(金)

会 場京都大学国際科学イノベーション棟(吉田キャンパス本部構内)


25 Mon

13:00-14:00 @ Main Hall

Japanese Tutorial 1


 Tutorial – Shigeo Sugimoto

13:00-18:00 @ Conference Room 1

METS Editorial Board Annual Face-to-Face Meeting

 Betsy Post and Tom Habing

14:00-15:00 @ Main Hall

Japanese Tutorial 2


 Tutorial – Yukio Maeda

15:10-16:40 @ Main Hall

Digital Curation of Historical and Cultural Resources in Japan (1) (in Japanese)


 Organizer: Taizo Yamada (東京大学史料編纂所 Historiographical Institute The University of Tokyo)

 Presenter: Taizo Yamada, Akiyoshi Tani, Toru Hoya

15:10-16:40 @ Coneference Room 5

Pre-conference Workshop of Asian Session

2nd Workshop on Academic Asset Preservation and Sharing in Southeast Asia

 Organizer: Shoichiro Hara

26 Tue

Digital Curation of Historical and Cultural Resources in Japan (2)

歴史資料デジタル記録として何を記述すべきか―日本とアジアと世界― (with translation)

 Organizer: Makoto Goto (国立歴史民俗博物館 National Museum of Japanese History)

 Presenter: John Ertl, Yoshiko Shimadzu, Shigeki Moro

13:00-13:30 @ Main Hall


13:30-14:30 @ Main Hall

Key Note (1)

FAIR Data in Trustworthy Data Repositories

 Speaker: Ingrid Dillo (Data Archiving and Networked Services, Netherlands)

 Title: FAIR Data in Trustworthy Data Repositories

 Chair: Klaus Rechert

14:40-16:40 @ Main Hall

Asian Session

Reports and Discussion

 Moderator: Natalie Pang (Nanyang Technological University)

 Invited Speakers: Shuji Kamitsuna (National Diet Library, Japan), Sophy Shu-Jiun CHEN (Academia Sinica, Taiwan), Lee Kee Siang (National Library Board, Singapore), Wararak Pattanakiatpong (Chiang Mai University, Thailand), Chito Angeles (University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines)

16:40-17:30 @ Main Hall

Posters/Demos Lightning talk

 Chair: Unmil Karadkar

17:30-19:00 @ Foyer

Welcome reception

27 Wed

8:50-10:20 @ Main Hall

Metadata & Linked Data

 ・Katherine Thornton, Euan Cochrane, Thomas Ledoux, Bertrand Caron and Carl Wilson. Modeling the Domain of Digital Preservation in Wikidata

 ・Chunqiu Li and Shigeo Sugimoto. Metadata-Driven Approach for Keeping Interpretability of Digital Objects through Formal Provenance Description

 ・Florent Aziosmanoff, Chu-Yin Chen, Louise Fauduet, Nola N’Diaye, Adèle Sicre and Céline Thomas. Digital art posterity: building a data model for digital art corpora

8:50-10:20 @ Conference Room 5

Data management

 ・Jaime Mears, Abigail Potter and Kate Zwaard. Collections as Data: Preservation to Access to Use to Impact (S)

 ・Claudia Engelhardt, Harry Enke, Jochen Klar, Jens Ludwig and Heike Neuroth. Research Data Management Organiser. A tool to support the planning, implementation and organisation of research data management (S)

 ・David Wilcox. Always on the Move: Transient Software and Data Migrations (S)

 ・Remco van Veenendaal, Marcel Ras and Marie Claire Dangerfield. Getting Persistent Identifiers Implemented By ‘Cutting In The Middle-Man’ (S)

10:30- 12:00 @ Main Hall

Emulation & Software Preservation

 ・Zahra Tarkhani, Geoffrey Brown and Steven Myers. Trustworthy and Portable Emulation Platform for Digital Preservation

 ・Roberto Di Cosmo and Stefano Zacchiroli. Software Heritage: Why and How to Preserve Software Source Code

 ・Euan Cochrane, Jonathan Tilbury and Oleg Stobbe. Adding Emulation Functionality to Existing Digital Preservation Infrastructure (S)

 ・Dena Strong. Phantoms of the Digital Opera: The need for long term preservation of born-digital actors and multimedia objects using methods that permit ongoing new creations (S)

10:30- 12:00 @ Conference Room 5

Documentation & Training

 ・Nathan Hall and Michael Boock. Environmental Scan of Distributed Digital Preservation Services: A Collective Case Study (S)

 ・Lauren Work and Heidi Kelly. Documentation to the People: Building Empathy into Digital Archiving Documentation (S)

 ・Sarah Mason and Edith Halvarsson. Designing and implementing a digital preservation training needs assessment: Findings from the Bodleian Libraries’ institutional repository (S)

13:00-14:00 @ Main Hall

Key Note 2

Digital Dunhuang: A Standard for Digital Preservation

 Speaker: Peter X. Zhou (C.V. Starr East Asian Library, University of California Berkeley, USA)

 The Digital Dunhuang project is enabling long-term preservation of cultural heritage of inestimable value, while providing a platform for sharing all digital assets generated in the act of preservation. This presentation will examine the major aspects of digital asset management and digital preservation implemented in this ongoing project.

 Chair: Shoichiro Hara

14:10-15:10 @ Main Hall

PDF Preservation

 ・Michelle Lindlar, Yvonne Tunnat and Carl Wilson. A Test-Set for Well-Formedness Validation in JHOVE – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

 ・Marco Klindt. PDF/A considered harmful for digital preservation

14:10-15:10 @ Conference Room 5

Aquisition & Appraisal

 ・Denise de Vries, Dirk Von Suchodoletz and Willibald Meyer. A Case Study on Retrieval of Data from 8 inch Disks – Of the Importance of Hardware Repositories for Digital Preservation

 ・Josh Schneider, Peter Chan, Glynn Edwards and Sudheendra Hangal. ePADD: Computational analysis software enabling screening, browsing, and access for email collections (S)

 ・Jin Ha Lee, Stephen Keating and Travis Windleharth. Challenges in Preserving Augmented Reality Games: A Case Study of Ingress and Pokémon GO (S)

15:10-15:40 @ Main Hall

Community Building

 ・Rebecca McGuinness, Carl Wilson, Duff Johnson and Boris Doubrov. veraPDF: open source PDF/A validation through pragmatic partnership (S)

 ・Joost van der Nat and Marcel Ras. A Dutch approach in constructing a network of nationwide facilities for digital preservation together (S)

15:10-15:40 @ Conference Room 5


 ・Nick Krabbenhoeft. BagIt Fixer-Upper (S)

 ・Kuisma Lehtonen, Pauliina Somerkoski, Juha Törnroos, Mikko Vatanen and Kimmo Koivunen. Modular Pre-Ingest Tool for Diverse Needs of Producers (S)


Social Events

Kyoto University Library Tour & Kyoto University Museum Tour

Opening hours: 9:30 – 16:30 (entrance closes at 16:00) on September 27, 28 and 29. (Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.)


Banquet venue opens



@ The Sodoh Higashiyama

28 Thu

8:50-9:50 @ Main Hall

Preservation Systems (1)

 ・Angela Dappert and Adam Farquhar. Permanence of the Scholarly Record: Persistent Identification and Digital Preservation – A Roadmap

 ・Bertrand Caron, Jordan de La Houssaye, Thomas Ledoux and Stéphane Reecht. Life and Death of an Information Package: Implementing the Lifecycle in a Multipurpose Preservation System

9:50-10:20 @ Main Hall

Content Analysis

 ・Natsuko Yoshiga and Shin-Ichi Tadaki. Semi-automated Generation of Linked Data from Unstructured Bibliographic Data for Japanese Historical Rare Books (S)

 ・Christopher Lee and Kam Woods. Diverse Digital Collections Meet Diverse Uses: Applying Natural Language Processing to Born-Digital Primary Sources (S)

9:50-12:00 @ Conference Room 5

Operational Pragmatism in Digital Preservation

Establishing context-aware minimum viable baselines

 Panel – Somaya Langley, Anthea Seles, Andrea Byrne, Dinesh Katre, Jones Lukose and Bertrand Caron.

10:30-11:30 @ Main Hall

Preservation Systems (2)

 ・Eld Zierau. OAIS and Distributed Digital Preservation in Practice

 ・Helen Hockx-Yu. Superb Stewardship of Digital Assets – Developing a strategy for Digital Archiving and Preservation at the University of Notre Dame

11:30-12:00 @ Main Hall


 ・Barbara Sierman and Kees Waterman. How the Dutch prepared for certification

13:00-14:00 @ Main Hall

Key Note (3)

Endeavors of Digital Game Preservation in Japan- A Case of Ritsumeikan Game Archive Project

 Speaker: Akinori NAKAMURA (College of Image Arts and Sciences, Ritsumeikan Univeresity, Japan)

 Chiar: Tatsuki Sekino

14:10-15:10 @ Main Hall


15:30-17:00 @ Main Hall

Manga Workshop

Archiving and Utilization of Japanese Pop Cultures Materials (tentative)

15:30-18:30 @ Conference Room 5

Digital Preservation Storage

Exploring Preservation Storage Criteria and Distributed Digital Preservation

 Workshop – Andrea Goethals, Nancy McGovern, Jane Mandelbaum, Sibyl Schaefer, Gail Truman Technologies and Eld Zierau

15:30-17:00 @ Conference Room 1

WDS Collaborative Session

Research Lifecycle based Research Data Management Requirements and Its Alignment with Institutional, Domestic and International Contexts

15:30-18:30 @ Meeting Room

A Dutch approach in constructing a network of nationwide facilities for digital preservation together

 Workshop – Joost van der Nat, Marcel Ras and Eefke Smit

29 Fri

9:00-12:00 @ Main Hall

Curating Digital Content with Fedora

 Tutorial – David Wilcox

9:00-12:00 @ Conference Room 5

Persistent Identifiers

 Tutorial – Jonathan Clark, Juha Hakala

9:00-12:00 @ Meeting Room

Preservation and Access for Privacy-sensitive Collections

 Workshop – Unmil Karadkar, Pat Galloway and King Davis

9:00-12:00 @ Conference Room 1

Innovative approach for project viability

from a diversity of business models to harmonized and scalable national services

 Workshop – Pierre-Yves Burgi, Eliane Blumer, André Jelicic

13:00-16:00 @ Main Hall

Understanding and Implementing PREMIS

 Tutorial – Karin Bredenberg, Angela Dappert, Eld Zierau

13:00-16:00 @ Conference Room 5

BitCurator NLP Tutorial

Applying Natural Language Processing to Born-Digital Collections

 Tutorial – Christopher Lee

13:00-16:00 @ Meeting Room

Working with WARCs

New Tools for Harvesting, Accessing, and Researching Web Archives

 Workshop – Jefferson Bailey and Vinay Goel

13:00-16:00 @ Conference Room 1

Using ePADD to Appraise, Process, and Provide Access to Historically and Culturally Valuable Email Collections

 Tutorial – Josh Schneider

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