Symposium Open Search

Die Open Search Fundation lädt ein zum Second International Symposium on Open Search Technology :

“Dear Experts, Supporters and Friends of Open Internet Search,
We are pleased to announce the 2nd international Open Search Symposium (OSSYM) to be held at CERN, Geneva, May 25-27, 2020.
Building on the networks and cooperation initiated among research groups and experts in the context of Open Search in the past years, we will reconvene for the Open Search Symposium 2020, at the cradle of the web, at CERN Geneva in this coming May. The OSSYM 2020 will provide space for networking within research communities but also connect across domains and disciplines for establishing future cooperation, partnerships and projects .
The development of an European open Internet search community and infrastructure requires know-how and contributions from many scientific and technical fields. It requires profound understanding of internet search technologies and new thinking for services and innovative applications, to be built on an open and distributed Internet search infrastructure in and for Europe.
We are calling for your active participation in the Open Search Symposium 2020 in various formats: with scientific papers, sharing of practical experiences or by introducing concepts and positions during presentations and in the different interactive sessions.”

Die Beiträge des Symposiums 2019 stehen auf Zenodo zur Verfügung:
Jens Gäbeler: Entwicklung einer Steuerungskomponente zur Priorisierung von Aufträgen für verteilte Webcrawls
Anna Gröhn: Explizite und implizite Theorien von Schülerinnen und Schülern über die algorithmischen Sortierprozesse von Informationsintermediären
Stephan Hachinger; Jan Martinovic; Olivier Terzo; Cédric Koch-Hofer; Martin Golasowski; Mohamad Hayek; Marc Levrier; Alberto Scionti; Donato Magarielli; Thierry Goubier; Antonio Parodi; Sean Murphy; Florin-Ionut Apopei; Carmine D’Amico; Simone Ciccia; Massimo Sardo; Danijel Schorlemmer: The LEXIS approach to Searching and Managing FAIR Research Data in Converged HPC-Cloud-Big Data Architectures
Hans Hehl: Das Multisuchsystem E-Connect – Suchsystem für elektronische Zeitschriften und Literaturverwaltung
Phil Höfer: Websuche als Zero-Knowledge-Dienst
Pablo Panero; Ismael Posada Trobo; Carina Rafaela de Oliveira Antunes; Andreas Wagner; Citadel Search: Open Source Enterprise Search