09:00 Welcome
09:15 Session 1: Applications
Session Chair: Andreas Aschenbrenner
09:15 Sandy Payette (Fedora Commons) (invited speaker)
Repositories: Disruptive Technology or Disrupted Technology?
10:20 Break
10:40 Lodewijk Bogaards (Royal Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences)
Easy On Fedora - Using eSciDoc; turnkey access?
11:05 Elsebeth Kirring (The State and University Library, Denmark)
Building a User Oriented Automatically Generated Custom User Interface (.doc)
11:30 Session 2: Architecture
Session Chair: Matthias Razum
11:30 Herbert Van de Sompel (Los Alamos National Laboratory) (invited speaker)
What to do with a million books: aDORe for storage and access
12:10 Lunch
13:10 Dave Tarrant, Ben O'Steen, Steve Hitchcock, Neil Jefferies, Leslie Carr (University of Southampton; Oxford University)
Applying Open Storage to Institutional Repositories
13:35 Asger Blekinge-Rasmussen, Kåre Fiedler Christiansen (The State and University Library, Denmark)
Digital Repositories and Data Models
14:00 Santosh Balasubramanian, Lee Dirks, Savas Parastatidis, Alex Wade (Microsoft Research)
An Introduction to the Microsoft Research-Output Repository Platform
14:25 Break
14:45 Session 3: Search
Session Chair: Eva Müller
14:45 Robert Tansley (Google Inc.) (invited speaker)
Science in the Cloud: Google and Sharing Huge Datasets
15:25 Christian Kohlschütter, Dierk Höppner, Maria Nejdl (iSearch IT Solutions GmbH; German National Library of Science and Technology)
Enhanced Federated Search for Digital Object Repositories
15:50 Gert Schmeltz Pedersen, Christian Tønsberg (Technical University of Denmark)
An Evaluation of Solutions to Filtering of Search Results by Access Constraints
16:15 Discussion and Conclusion