Open Search Server

A session at Open World Forum 2013

  • Emmanuel Keller

Friday 4th October, 2013

9:00am to 10:00am (PMT)

In this practical workshop you will learn how to create in a single hour a crawler capable of doing named entity extraction with dbpedia on a very large dataset using Open Search Server

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Emmanuel Keller

CEO / Founder, Open Search Server

In his last job, Emmanuel was the GISI Interactive CIO. GISI is the IT division of Infopro Group a French B2B media group with online and offline activities. Emmanuel initiated and led a project at GISI to provide a better quality of online activities. In 2008, he and his team succeeded in developing advanced software which allows Infopro Group to run many strategic applications that represent several tens of millions of dollars in yearly revenues for them.

Emmanuel left this position in December 2009, made a deal to acquire the software, and found a new company to launch OpenSearchServer, an open source search engine application. In this project, as CEO, he is in charge of all technical and programming activities as well as the business development.

In his 15 years career, Emmanuel has held every position in programming teams, including managing a team of 25 engineers. Since a very young age, Emmanuel has been fond of programming and for him creating software always brings advantages and adds more value for users.

His past jobs with technology leaders such as Lagardère, Europe1.fr and Club Internet taught him to manage a team under pressure and meet delivery goals while maintaining high quality standards.

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Open World Forum 2013

France France, Paris

3rd5th October 2013

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Time 9:00am10:00am PMT

Date Fri 4th October 2013


Tux (-1.01), Beffroi de Montrouge

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