Bookings now open ! The E-ARK Project is pleased to announce a two day conference and a subsequent day of associated workshops in Budapest, 6th-8th December 2016, hosted by the National Archives of Hungary.

About the Conference

The E-ARK Conference aims to bring together inspiring keynote speakers with presentations on the innovative standards and tools developed by the project. Over the three days attendees will gain a detailed understanding of the practical solutions offered by E-ARK outcomes.

Day One will take a strategic overview of the issues faced within the e-government arena, including presentations on the E-ARK pilots and maturity model, as well as a panel session on sustainability featuring a number of industry experts.

Day Two will focus on the project’s technical outcomes including preservation of databases, scientific data and other big data.

Those wishing to gain hands-on experience of the E-ARK tools and solutions are invited to join a number of workshops to be offered on Day Three.

A number of Guest Speakers will be attending our conference. We have already received confirmations from:

Alina Senn - Project Officer at the EC

Dr Angela Dappert - Project Manager at the British Library

Dr. Krystyna Ohnesorge, Swiss Federal Archives

Members of the Committee of the DLM Forum will also be taking part

There will also be members of the Project teams who have created the tools and services which this project has provided.

Registration

Registration for the conference and the workshops is free and is now open at

www.bit.ly/earkconf

Places at the conference are strictly limited and early registration is recommended. Please look out for further announcements here on the E-ARK Website and also on the E-ARK Twitter feed.

 

About Budapest in December

Budapest offers a variety of fascinating cultural and sightseeing opportunities in the Christmas season.

Visit http://budapestchristmas.com/ for more details of the Christmas market, thermal baths, ice rink, winter Danube cruises, ballet performances and much, much more.

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