1. OKF Greece Meetup in Athens, 18 March

    As we approach the European Data Forum 2014, a number of collocated events will be taking place. The Open Knowledge Foundation, Greece Chapter, invites you to their Meetup in Athens on the evening of the 18th of March, just before EDF2014 opens its doors

    The Open Knowledge Foundation, an international leader in its field, has extensive experience in building tools and the community around open material. It also aims to see it used and being useful. Selected speakers from all over Europe will share the power of openness in this meeting in Athens. http://www.meetup.com/OpenKnowledgeFoundation/Athens-GR/ The agenda has now been released.
    18:30-19:00 Welcome
    19:00-19:30 How ‘Open’ transforms Data, Mr. Sander van der Waal, Projects Director, The Open Knowledge Foundation
    19:30-19:45 Open Knowledge status in Greece, Dr. Charalampos Bratsas, OKF Greece Administrative Council & CEO, Web Science Program Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
    19:45-20:00 Potentials and Benefits of Linked Open Data, Prof. Soeren Auer, Institute for Applied Computer Science at University of Bonn and Fraunhofer Institute for Intelligent Analysis and Information Systems (IAIS) , OKFN Advisory
    20:00-20:15 Local global transport data, Pieter Colpaert, OKF Belgium, Multimedia lab – UGent – iMinds
    20:15-20:30 The role of Big Open Data and Learning Analytics in Health Education,Prof. Panos Bamidis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, OKFN Greece Administrative Council, OKFN Advisory Board
    ​20:30-20:45 Open Data in Natural Hazards Management. Prof Vassilis Vescoukis, National Technical University of Athens, OKFN Greece Administrative Council
    20:45-21:00 Discussion

    - See more at: http://okfn.gr/2014/03/okf-meetup/#sthash.nict699q.dpuf

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