ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries 2013 (JCDL13)

Digital Libraries at the Crossroads

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The Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL) is a major international forum focusing on digital libraries and associated technical, practical, and social issues. JCDL enhances the tradition of conference excellence already established by the ACM and IEEE-CS by combining the annual events that these professional societies have sponsored on an annual basis, the ACM Digital Libraries Conferences and the IEEE-CS Advances in Digital Libraries Conferences.

At this conference the Vannevar Bush Best Paper Award, Best Student Paper Award, Best International Paper Award, Best Poster award are presented to persons who have made outstanding contribution to this field. This conference invites papers on the wide range of topics of interest in Digital Library to the National and International Community.

33 speakers

30 sessions

Day 1 Monday 22nd July 2013

Day 2 Tuesday 23rd July 2013

Day 3 Wednesday 24th July 2013

Day 4 Thursday 25th July 2013

Day 5 Friday 26th July 2013


31 known attendees

  • Nathan Hall
  • Courtney Greene McDonald
  • Robert H. McDonald
  • J. Stephen Downie
  • Paul Bogen
  • Martin Klein
  • Edward Fox
  • Kazunari Sugiyama
  • Michael Khoo
  • Ying Ding
  • Stacy Kowalczyk
  • Lillian Cassel
  • Giannis Tsakonas
  • Xiaozhong Liu
  • Richard Furuta
  • Jill Cousins
  • Dan Cohen
  • David De Roure
  • Michael Nelson
  • Ron Larsen
  • Unmil Karadkar
  • Rob Sanderson
  • Edie Rasmussen
  • Jerome McDonough
  • Mark Newton
  • Frank Shipman
  • Joseph Tennis
  • Steven Drucker
  • Brinkmanship
  • Ivan Subotic
  • Stanislav Pejša

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