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  • Title: Welcome to Dublinked | Dublinked2
    Descriptive info: .. Skip to main content.. Accessibility.. Gaeilge.. FAQ.. Links.. Contact Us.. About.. Discover Data.. Inspirations.. Events.. Blog.. Thematic Areas.. Join.. What We Do.. Dublinked Datastore.. A datastore for the discovery of static and dynamic data about the Dublin Region, from public and private sources.. Presently the Datastore contains over 300 datasets detailing information on planning, transport, environment, amentities and recreation.. Explore Dublinked Datastore.. Read More.. Recent News Activity.. Latest Blog Entry.. Visualise 50,000 Dublin Bus GPS Traces:.. This is a short post to detail how you can produce a time series visualisation like the one above using data from Dublinked and CartoDB.. Post by Colin Broderick.. Latest News.. Dublinked Data Visualisation Competition -€2,000 in prizes to be won.. published by.. dublinked.. on.. Tue, 2014-03-25 12:29.. Over 50 people attended launch of Dublinked Data Visualisation Competition held on 19.. th.. March in NUI Maynooth.. Read more.. about Dublinked Data Visualisation Competition -€2,000 in prizes to be won.. Call for Papers: Information Access in Smart Cities (i-ASC 2014) Workshop in conjunction with ECIR 2014.. Mon, 2013-12-09 17:01.. Cities of the 21st century do not only have the physical infrastructure of roads, buildings, and power networks, but also have the knowledge infrastructure represented with heterogeneous systems and big data platforms.. about Call for Papers: Information Access in Smart Cities (i-ASC 2014) Workshop in conjunction with ECIR 2014.. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION Tutorial on City Search: An evolution of search to incorporate city data.. Mon, 2013-11-04 14:45.. CALL FOR PARTICIPATION; Tutorial on "City Search: An evolution of search to incorporate city data", Held in conjunction with the Search Solutions 2013 London UK, will take place on Tuesday 26th November 2013.. about CALL FOR PARTICIPATION Tutorial on City Search: An evolution of search to incorporate city data.. Pages.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. 7.. 8.. 9.. ….. next ›.. last ».. Dublinked Innovation Network.. An innovation network focused on economic development using public-sector data to drive innovation.. A single point of contact for new companies and users who wish  ...   NUIM) and Oliver Mooney (GetBulb.. about MARCH 2014: Dublinked Data Visualisation Competition Launch Event.. MARCH 2014: Transport Real Time Passenger Info DubMeet.. Fri, 2014-03-14 15:40.. To kickstart our DubMeets series we held an event to enable Dublinked users and interested parties of the Real Time Passenger Information (RTPI) API to meet.. The Real Time Passenger Information API is available via the Dublinked Datastore and is one of the top downloaded datasets by users.. This meetup provided those interested in the RTPI API to come together, network, share ideas and exper.. about MARCH 2014: Transport Real Time Passenger Info DubMeet.. Dublinked Activities Events.. In addition to data, Dublinked hosts various workshops throughtout the calendar year linking domain experts with innovators, to encourage sector collaboration on identifying ideas and possible solutions to thematic challenges.. Dublinked Innovation Network Events.. Related Events.. Invitation to Launch of Dublin Dashboard.. DbLnk2014.. Mon, 2014-09-15 17:19.. The Dublin Dashboard provides citizens, public sector workers and companies with real-time information, time-series indicator data, and interactive maps about all aspects of the city.. It enables users to gain detailed, up to date intelligence about the city that aids everyday decision making and.. about Invitation to Launch of Dublin Dashboard.. Coding Grace: Data Analysis with Phyton: Aug 30th.. Thu, 2014-07-31 15:12.. Coding Grace are organsing a 'Data Analysis with Phyton' Workshop, taking place on Saturday 30th August.. Please note: Basic knowledge of programming required.. about Coding Grace: Data Analysis with Phyton: Aug 30th.. MAY 29th: Code For Ireland.. Mon, 2014-05-26 16:57.. The next Code For Ireland event will take place on Thursday 29th May, from 6pm and finish at 9pm.. Meeting will be held at Google Docks Building.. about MAY 29th: Code For Ireland.. Dublinked.. Callan Institute.. National University of Ireland Maynooth.. Maynooth.. County Kildare.. E:.. dublinked@nuim.. T: 00 353 1 7086329.. Connect on LinkedIn.. Follow us on twitter.. Like us on Facebook.. Inspiration.. Request New Data.. Dublinked Innovation Network Membership.. Useful Links.. Powered by.. IBM.. , hosted by.. NUI Maynooth.. and designed by.. CREATIVE INC..

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  • Title: Thematic Areas | Dublinked2
    Descriptive info: Accessibility            .. Thematic Areas.. Social Enterprise.. Crowdsource to help Dublin homeless.. Wed, 2013-12-04 16:58.. On embarking on their Rough Sleeper Winter count, the Dublin Homeless Executive ask Dublin to help identify and locate a person sleeping rough in Dublin.. Through their website they simply request that if you have seen a person sleeping rough in Dublin, that you let them know where they are located so they can best assist.. Via the ‘Let us Know’ option, require street address and town/ area, also provide option to.. about Crowdsource to help Dublin homeless.. Data Sharing Social Enterprise.. Wed, 2013-12-04 12:20.. Although many definitions, Forfas define: ‘Social Enterprises are business models set up to tackle social, economic or environmental issues.. While they are driven primarily by social and/or environmental motives, they engage in trading or commercial activities to pursue these objectives and produce social and community gain.. about Data Sharing Social Enterprise.. Social Enterprise Event Discussion Identified Challenges.. Mon, 2013-11-25 12:59.. Dublinked hosted its first Social Enterprise DubMeet on Tuesday 2nd July 2013, the event received great interest and provided an  ...   on Dublinked.. To date Dublinked contains over 300 datasets, in this article we have listed and detailed datasets , including overview of data contained within, that maybe of interested to tourism providers, operators or visitors to the Dublin Region.. about Exploring Dublinked Tourism Related Datasets.. Presentations Discussion feedback from Tourism DubMeet.. Wed, 2013-12-04 15:59.. Many thanks to all the speakers who presented at our first Tourism DubMeet on topics of Tourism Open Data, held in Dun Laoghaire- Rathdown County Council Offices, Dun Laoghaire on Wednesday 8th May.. Links to today's speaker presentations are posted below.. about Presentations Discussion feedback from Tourism DubMeet.. Dublinked related Social Enterprise Data.. Households.. ,.. Property Price Registe.. r,.. Education Statistics.. Live Register, Dependency Ratios.. Economic Statistics.. ,.. Pedistrian Footfall.. Index.. Population,.. Travel to work.. education statistics.. Fire Stations.. Health.. Centres.. Play Areas.. Fire Brigade.. Ambulance Callouts.. Garda Stations.. School.. Enrollment.. Training Centres.. Libraries.. Mobile Libraries.. Recently Requested Social Enterprise Data.. Location of Community Groups, Dublin Region Homeless Statistics, Restuarant Waste Disposal, Community Gardens Parks, Irish Autism Support Group Meeting Locations, Wheelchair access buildings -.. Looking for additional data vist request..

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  • Title: Dublinked Members | Dublinked2
    Descriptive info: Dublinked Members.. The objective of Dublinked is to drive innovation in products and services in the city-environment.. We will achieve this by linking domain-experts (such as in water, transport, health) with innovators.. Together they will be able to share their experiences, talk about the problems and challenges the sectors are facing, and brainstorming new solutions.. To assist this process, Dublinked will also make available data to help quantify the challenges and to help develop new solutions.. Dublinked is supported by a combination of funds from  ...   necessary operation of Dublinked.. Additional resources are required to support the innovation activities, the legal framework, and the technical work in supporting new datasets and new access structures.. This is where the support of our members is important.. Members will be able to:.. access and contribute to thematic innovation events and technical workshops.. access and contribute to the research-zone data.. Types of Dublinked Membership.. How to become a Dublinked Member.. Legal aspects of Dublinked Membership.. Current Members.. Forms and Legals.. How to Become a Member..

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  • Title: Dublinked™ . Sharing Data, Information and Ideas
    Descriptive info: Advanced Search.. All Downloads.. Top Downloads.. Recent Arrivals.. Request a Dataset.. Find what you need.. No category selected.. Amenities & Recreation.. Arts, Culture & Heritage.. Citizen Participation.. Demographics.. Economy.. Education.. Environment.. Health & Safety.. Housing.. Land Use & Zoning.. Transportation & Infrastructure.. No agency selected.. Dublin City Council.. Dublin City Council (on behalf of the four Dublin Local Authorities).. Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council.. Fingal County Council.. South Dublin County Council.. Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht.. Department of Education and Skills.. Central Statistics Office.. National Transport Authority.. Office of Public Works.. Ordnance Survey Ireland.. Property Services Regulatory Authority.. Dublin City Business Improvement District.. FixYourStreet.. No region selected.. National.. Dublin Region.. Greater Dublin Area.. Dublin City.. Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown.. Fingal.. South Dublin.. Keywords.. A.. access (1).. accessible buildings (1).. accessible parking spaces (1).. action plan (2).. activity (1).. advertising permission (1).. agriculture (5).. air pollution (5).. air quality (2).. airport (2).. ambulance services (1).. amenities (1).. amenities areas (1).. archaeology (1).. architecture (1).. arts & culture (1).. arts_centres (1).. asset management (2).. awards (1).. B.. bar (1).. beaches (1).. beaches water quality resources (1).. benchmarking (1).. bin (1).. biodiversity (3).. biotypes (1).. blocked drains and sewers (3).. boards (1).. books (1).. bottle bank (1).. bridges (2).. bring (1).. bring banks (1).. bring centre (1).. bring centres (5).. bring_banks (1).. brown bin (1).. budget (3).. budget revenue financial (1).. building maintainence (1).. building maintenance (2).. buildings (3).. burial_grounds (1).. bus (6).. bus lanes (1).. business regulation (1).. buslanes (1).. bye laws (1).. C.. cafe (1).. cameras (1).. canals (1).. candidates (1).. candidates local elections (1).. car parking (1).. car parking permits (1).. carbon footprint (1).. carbon tax (1).. catalog (1).. catalogue (1).. cemeteries (1).. census (9).. church (1).. churches (1).. cinemas (1).. citizens (1).. city development plan (18).. clamping (1).. climate & weather (3).. climate and weather (1).. clinic (1).. coach bays (1).. coast (1).. coastline (1).. commencement notices (1).. commercial (3).. commercial waste disposal (1).. committees (1).. common good (1).. community (1).. complaints (2).. conservation (1).. conservation areas (2).. consultation (1).. control (1).. controlled parking (1).. controlled parking zone (1).. controlled parking zones (1).. convent (1).. costs (1).. council (1).. council facilities (1).. council land & property (1).. council offices (1).. council_meetings (1).. council_offices (1).. councillors (2).. culture (1).. curtilage (1).. customer service (1).. cycle (2).. cycle network (1).. cycle tracks (1).. cycletracks (1).. cycling (2).. D.. DublinBus Bus Stops transport nodes (1).. dangerous structures (1).. data collection (1).. dataset (1).. datasets (1).. day use (1).. dcc buildings (1).. dem (1).. democracy (1).. demolition (1).. dentist (1).. dependency ratio (1).. deputy lord mayors (1).. derelict sites (1).. diesel (1).. disability (3).. disabled parking (2).. district centres (1).. doctor (1).. drainage (6).. drainage and flooding (2).. drainage network (1).. drink (1).. dublin airport (1).. dublinbikes (2).. dublinked (1).. E.. economic status (1).. economy (1).. education (3).. elected members (1).. election (3).. electoral division (6).. electoral_divisions (1).. electricty usage (1).. elevation (1).. emergency planning (1).. emergency services (1).. emissions (5).. employment (3).. energy (1).. energy consumption (1).. energy use (2).. enterprise (1).. environment (2).. environmental monitoring (1).. environmental protection (1).. environmentally sensitive areas (1).. events (1).. expenditure (1).. expenses (3).. F.. fast food (1).. ferry bus stop (1).. finance (2).. financial reporting (2).. fire and rescue services (1).. fire stations (1).. fleet management (1).. food (1).. football (1).. footfall (1).. footfall comparison (1).. footfall index (1).. footpaths (2).. foreign travel (1).. forestry (2).. freedom of information (1).. freedom of the city (1).. fuel (1).. fuel use (1).. further education (1).. G.. garda stations (1).. gas (1).. gp  ...   (1).. polling station (1).. polling station polling places (1).. population (2).. potholes (2).. preserved structure (1).. primary school (1).. property management (1).. protected building (1).. protected structure (1).. protected structure boundary (1).. protected structure line (1).. protected structures (1).. protected wall (1).. pub (1).. public administration (3).. public consultation (1).. public expenditure (2).. public finance (3).. public funding (1).. public income (1).. public lighting (2).. public open space (2).. public spending & revenue (1).. public transport (1).. public transport, RTPI, realtime passenger information (1).. Q.. qbc (1).. R.. rail (2).. rainfall (3).. rainwater gullies (2).. raster (1).. record of protected structures (1).. recycle (1).. recycling (9).. recycling (waste) (2).. recycling centre (1).. register (3).. regulation (1).. regulations (1).. religion (1).. requests (1).. resident parking (1).. residential (6).. residential parking (1).. residents parking (1).. restaurant (1).. retail (11).. revenue (3).. rivers (3).. road and pathway maintenance (1).. road and pathway maintenance; road works; (2).. road improvement schemes (1).. road proposals (3).. road safety (1).. road works (2).. roads (8).. roads and highways (2).. roads and traffic (1).. roads maintenance (2).. rps (1).. rural amenity (5).. S.. salt (1).. school (1).. schools (5).. secondary legislation (1).. secondary school (1).. section 49 (2).. sewage (1).. sewage treatment and disposal (1).. social (1).. solvents (1).. sport (1).. sports (3).. srtm (2).. startups (1).. street bin (1).. street cleaning (1).. street conversations (1).. street furniture (1).. street furtniture (1).. street lighting (4).. street lights (2).. street sweeping (1).. streetscape (1).. strucutre (1).. superannuation (1).. supplementary development contribution scheme (2).. survey & mapping (1).. survey and mapping (1).. sustainability (1).. sustainable urban drainage systems (suds) (1).. swbd (1).. T.. Transport (15).. taxi (1).. term of office (1).. tourism (1).. traffic (5).. traffic counts (4).. traffic lights (1).. traffic management (16).. traffic mangement (1).. training (1).. transport (15).. transport for disabled people (2).. transport objectives.. (5).. travel (2).. trees (4).. tunnel (1).. U.. unemployment (1).. urban planning (9).. usage (3).. use zoning (6).. V.. vacancy (1).. vector (10).. vehicular fleet (1).. voting (1).. W.. warehousing (1).. waste (7).. waste collection (1).. waste disposal (1).. waste management (3).. waste regulation (1).. waste water (1).. water distribution (1).. water management (3).. water quality (2).. water resources (1).. water services (1).. water supply (3).. waterways (1).. wayfinding (1).. weather stations (1).. weather_stations (1).. webcast (1).. wheelchairs (1).. X.. Y.. Z.. zoning (23).. Categories.. Amenities & Recreation (15 datasets).. Arts, Culture & Heritage (13 datasets).. Citizen Participation (38 datasets).. Demographics (11 datasets).. Economy (5 datasets).. Education (10 datasets).. Environment (59 datasets).. Health & Safety (7 datasets).. Housing (2 datasets).. Land Use & Zoning (82 datasets).. Transportation & Infrastructure (70 datasets).. culture and heritage (1 datasets).. transportation and infrastructure (1 datasets).. Agencies.. Local Authorities.. Dublin City Council (115 datasets).. Dublin City Council (on behalf of the four Dublin Local Authorities) (2 datasets).. Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council (50 datasets).. Fingal County Council (50 datasets).. South Dublin County Council (21 datasets).. Government Departments.. Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht (2 datasets).. Department of Education and Skills (3 datasets).. National Agencies.. Central Statistics Office (1 datasets).. National Transport Authority (11 datasets).. Ordnance Survey Ireland (10 datasets).. Property Services Regulatory Authority (1 datasets).. Other.. Dublin City Business Improvement District (1 datasets).. ie (6 datasets).. ie (1 datasets).. NUI Maynooth (9 datasets).. AIRO (8 datasets).. Other departments (1 datasets).. Railway Procurement Agency (1 datasets).. lgma (1 datasets).. Regions.. National (19 datasets).. Dublin Region (16 datasets).. Dublin City (104 datasets).. Part of Dublin City (6 datasets).. Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown (49 datasets).. Fingal (55 datasets).. South Dublin (21 datasets).. Greater Dublin Area (13 datasets)..

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  • Title: Dublinked Data Visualisation Competition -€2,000 in prizes to be won | Dublinked2
    Descriptive info: Dublinked Data Visualisation Competition -€2,000 in prizes to be won.. Presentations on the day included Andy Kirk (VisualisingData), Oliver Mooney (GetBulb), Eoghan McCarthy (AIRO) and Dominic Byrne (Fingal County Council and Dublinked).. With a prize fund of €2,000 the Dublinked Data Visualisation challenges all to explore Dublin’s data via Dublinked Datastore and create visualisation.. Prize awards for 1.. st.. , 2.. nd.. and 3.. rd.. in design category, student award and recognition award for larger company.. Competition will close to entries at midday on Wednesday 7.. of May – Best of Luck!.. Important Dates: The competition will open for entries from midday on Wednesday 19.. March 2014 and close at midday on Wednesday 7.. May, 2014.. Dublinked Data Visualisation Competition Flyer.. Presentations from Dublinked Data Visualisation Competition Launch.. Dublinked Data Visualisation.. Competition Information Document.. , further details outlined below;.. Challenge.. Prizes.. Rules.. Judging Criteria.. Use links to data visualisation tools.. Visit the Dublinked Datastore.. How to submit entry.. The Challenge.. Our challenge to you, is to visualise Dublin Data.. What we are asking: visualise Dublin by design utilising data available on Dublinked datastore – remember data can be requested via Dublinked request function.. You can take one of two possible approaches;.. Design.. Create a static design visualisation that tells a story, highlights a pattern, trend or connection in the data on Dublinked.. OR.. Create a Interactive application : that allows users to play with, explore or manipulate Dublinked data.. The Dublinked Data Visualisation Competition has an overall prize fund of €2,000.. The categories and prizes are as follows:.. Prize Category.. Amount.. Design Category.. €1000 (Winner).. €500 (2.. Prize).. €250 (3.. Student Category.. €250.. Large Company.. Recognition.. All entries will be showcased on Dublinked inspirations page.. Important Dates.. The competition will open for entries from midday on Wednesday 19.. Entries received after the closing date will not be eligible for prizes.. Winners announced week of 19.. May 2014.. Who.. The competition is open to Irish residents or Companies – a valid Irish address must be submitted with each entry.. Entries can be submitted by individuals, groups or companies.. For group entries, all entrants must reside in Ireland.. Groups may be formed for the purpose of the competition.. Entrants for the Ideas category can be individuals only.. Entrants for the Student category can be groups.. If entering as student group, all entrants must be students.. Students to provide evidence of registration in recognised institutions.. Entrants can enter the design or idea category, not both.. Companies with more than 10 employees are not eligible for monetary prizes.. There is  ...   Maximum file size is 4MBs.. Please send a link to larger files.. If submitting dynamic (Videos, Animations, Interactives) visualisations they must be published online – please supply a link.. All visualisations published online must be available for access or download via the internet without cost at the date and time of entry, and for the duration of the competition and then for a further 6 months after that.. How to Enter Submit Visualisation.. Entries may be submitted via email to.. We will email confirmation of receipt of your entry.. Application entries must include the following information –.. Name of Entrant(s)/Company.. Address of Entrants(s)/Company.. Email address of Entrant(s)/Company.. Number of employees if a company.. Whether entrant is a student (include Student Number).. Whether entrant is under 18.. Name of Visualisation.. Category of Entry – Design, Student.. Descriptive summary of visualisation and how it works (instruction and links to supporting information including websites or videos may be included).. Outline of the Dublinked data used in the Visualisation.. Outline of data visualisation tools used.. A working URL where the visualisation is accessible.. At least one image of visualisation.. Competition Categories.. The Data Visualisation categories are as follows –.. Student.. Larger Organisation Recognition.. The winners of the Design and Student categories will be selected from all entries excluding entries from companies with more than 10 employees.. Entrants can win only one prize.. The winner of the Student category will be selected from all entries submitted by students or groups of students.. The winner of the Larger Organisation Recognition category will be selected from entries from companies with more than 10 employees.. This will be a recognition award.. Category Guidelines.. Look for patterns or trends.. Brainstorm an idea.. And frame it through a sketch or data visualisation.. Explore Dublinked Datasets, look for links, trends or patterns – there are over 300 datasets available.. Remember you can request data – contact.. and ask.. Create a Sketch or Prototype drawing to communicate your idea.. Give it a title, a key or legend, add labels.. Provide directions and explanation on how it will work – what are the benefits of it.. Detail the data, plot it on axis.. Try not to use too much text, think story!.. Think of the audience, tone, text, metrics, interests.. Criteria for Design Entries.. Usefulness – demonstrated value in assisting decision makers or citizens.. Design – layout, presentation and creativity, translating datasets into visual information.. Innovation – uniqueness and inventiveness, new perspectives.. Ease of Use – overall usability including accessibility.. Appeal – overall appeal.. Judges decisions are final.. Blog:..

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  • Title: Call for Papers: Information Access in Smart Cities (i-ASC 2014) Workshop in conjunction with ECIR 2014 | Dublinked2
    Descriptive info: Call for Papers: Information Access in Smart Cities (i-ASC 2014) Workshop in conjunction with ECIR 2014.. These systems vary from low-level sensing devices including environmental sensors and CCTV cameras, to public databases, and social network streams.. On the other hand, recent research has identified a variety of emerging information needs that citizens often have in their public urban spaces.. These local information needs may be complex and are not necessarily served by existing systems such as web search engines.. These include obtaining real-time information about local events in the city or finding free parking spaces.. The aforementioned knowledge infrastructure opens up opportunities for cities to become smarter and serve the emerging information needs of their citizens by harnessing the vast amount of diverse information stemming from the various systems within the city.. The workshop would be an opportunity for researchers from the information retrieval (IR) community, and other related communities, to discuss the emerging research topic of information access in smart cities, identifying its unique challenges, opportunities and future directions.. In particular, we identify four main research themes that we aim to cover.. Acquiring and digesting heterogeneous city data.. Searching smart cities.. Human interaction and context in smart cities.. Smart city applications.. The goal of the workshop is twofold.. Firstly, we aim to foster building a research community to work on the aforementioned research themes within smart cities.. We envisage that this community will be inclusive of academics and practitioners not only in IR, but also in a variety of disciplines such as knowledge management, databases, machine learning, and human computer interfaces.. Secondly, we aim to define a roadmap for developing information access systems  ...   personal and social interests.. Personalisation and recommendation.. Mobile interfaces.. Exploration and discovery in smart cities.. Applications.. Monitoring transportation.. Tourism accessibility.. Security and disaster management.. ============.. Submission deadline: 5 February 2014.. Notification of acceptance: 5 March 2014.. Camera-ready due: 15 March 2014.. Workshop date: 13 April 2014.. Submission Details.. We welcome submissions of technical papers (4 pages max) and position papers.. (2 pages max).. All papers should be formatted in the standard ACM conference format,.. with a two-column layout and must be submitted electronically in printable PDF format.. Further information about the submission can be found:.. https://www.. easychair.. org/conferences/?conf=iasc2014.. The submissions will be peer-reviewed by members of the program committee.. Authors of accepted papers will be invited to present their papers at the workshop.. Authors of accepted papers are also welcome to present prototypes.. and demos during the workshop.. The workshop will have an interactive setting.. where we will also have breakout sessions.. after the presentations to.. reflect on the papers and the keynotes to.. define a roadmap for.. developing information access systems in smart cities.. Organising Committee.. ================.. - M-Dyaa Albakour (University of Glasgow).. - Craig Macdonald (University of Glasgow).. - Iadh Ounis (University of Glasgow).. - Charles L.. Clarke (University of Waterloo).. - Veli Bicer (IBM Research Ireland).. Program Committee.. ===============.. - Fernando Diaz (Microsoft Research).. - Jaap Kamps (University of Amsterdam).. - Paul Thomas (CSIRO).. - Daqing He (University of Pittsburgh).. - Omar Alonso (Microsoft Bing).. - Freddy Lecue (IBM Research Ireland).. - Raffaele Perego (ISTI CNR).. - Cathal Gurrin (Dublin City University).. - Franco Maria Nardini (ISTI CNR).. - Suzan Verberne (Radboud University Nijmegen).. The PC list will be expanded later..

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  • Title: CALL FOR PARTICIPATION Tutorial on "City Search: An evolution of search to incorporate city data" | Dublinked2
    Descriptive info: AIM AND SCOPE: Majority of people reside in cities (estimated over 70% of the world population by 2050) - a situation posing several challenges for municipalities, governments, citizens and businesses.. In an urbanizing world, cities comprise of different systems ranging from transport, water, and electricity data management infrastructures to social, communication and service networks.. The data emerging from these systems is a precious resource to make cities more intelligent, innovative and integrated beyond the boundaries of isolated applications.. Today, beyond the classical Web resources (e.. g.. documents) large amounts of data are retrieved from sensors, mobile devices, social network messages, governmental applications, or service networks.. In such a diversity of information, answering the specific information needs of the city inhabitants requires a more holistic IR and data management techniques, capable of harnessing different types of city data and turned it into actionable insights to answer the different queries of the people.. In fact, existing local search engines such asGoogle+ Local, Yahoo! Local, ask.. com's AskCity or CitySearch already take an initial step to answer some vital information needs such as "What are the good places to eat in Dublin city center?" or "Are there any kid-friendly cafes in South Dublin?".. However, when it comes to answering more complex user information needs such  ...   complex) information needs of the city inhabitants and how they differ from searching the Web or enterprise data.. In addition, we will give examples of public (and private) sources of information available in different cities of the World today that are consumable by the information seekers.. In the second part of the tutorial, we will present the requirements and techniques to manage and uplift the raw city data into a discoverable, connected and meaningful structure to be harnessed by the search engines.. In the final part, we will present and give details about how common IR techniques and existing models can be employed and adapted to retrieve the relevant information for the users, and how the relevancy can be improved by considering different city-specific aspects in different stages of search process - e.. indexing, annotating, linking, query, retrieval, recommending and ranking.. Our tutorial will take place on Tuesday 26th November 2013, in conjunction with Search Solutions 2013 in London, UK.. PRESENTERS.. -----------------.. * Veli Bicer, IBM Research - Smarter Cities Technology Centre, Dublin, Ireland.. * Vanessa Lopez, IBM Research - Smarter Cities Technology Centre, Dublin, Ireland.. CONTACT.. Any questions, comments or suggestions should be directed to.. velibice@ie.. ibm.. com.. or.. vanlopez@ie.. For further information on tutorial visit : URL:.. http://irsg.. bcs.. org/SearchSolutions/2013/ss2013tutorials.. php..

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  • Title: Welcome to Dublinked | Dublinked2
    Descriptive info: Presentation from Social Enterprise Innovation DubMeet.. Wed, 2013-07-03 15:52.. Many thanks to all the speakers who presented at our first Social Enterprise Innovation DubMeet, held in Fingal County Council Offices Blanchardstown on Tuesday 2nd July.. about Presentation from Social Enterprise Innovation DubMeet.. Searching in the City of Knowledge Tutorial - SIGIR 2013.. Thu, 2013-05-30 14:57.. As part of the 36th International ACM.. SIGIR 2013 Conference.. taking place in Dublin from 28th July to August 1st, IBM Research Smart Cities Technology Centre are hosting a tutorial '.. Searching in the City of.. about Searching in the City of Knowledge Tutorial - SIGIR 2013.. Tourism DubMeet - Presentations Discussions.. Thu, 2013-05-09 16:36.. Many thanks to all the speakers who presented at our first Tourism DubMeet on topics of Tourism Open Data, held in Dun Laoghaire- Rathdown County Council Offi.. about Tourism DubMeet - Presentations Discussions.. « first.. ‹ previous.. JULY 2013 - SOCIAL ENTERPRISE INNOVATION DUBMEET.. Tue, 2013-07-02 11:43.. Dublinked hosted its first Social Enterprise DubMeet on Tuesday 2nd July 2013, in Fingal County Council Offices Blanchardstown.. The event received great interest, with over 50 social entrepreneurs, innovators and organisations in attendance.. The event provided an introduction to the Dublinked Innovation Network and datastore.. about JULY 2013 - SOCIAL ENTERPRISE INNOVATION DUBMEET.. MAY 2013:  ...   Innovation Network technical workshop series, Dublinked held an evening workshop to explore and discuss the opportunities associated with linked data and search.. Throughout the workshop attendees heard from industry experts and practitioners detailing their research and work in area of search and linked data.. about JAN 2013 - DUBLINKED TECHNICAL WORKSHOP - LINKED DATA SEARCH.. APRIL 25: Code For Ireland.. Tue, 2014-04-22 11:47.. The next Code For Ireland event will take place on Thursday 24th April, from 6pm and finish at 9pm.. Meeting will be held at Facebook HQ.. At this meetup participants will continue to work on -Building Apps to solve community problems and improve society.. about APRIL 25: Code For Ireland.. MAR 25th: Launch of Programmable City, NUI Maynooth.. Fri, 2014-03-21 14:22.. The.. Programmable City project.. will be officially launched on the 25th March 2014, with an all day event in Renehan Hall in NUI Maynooth.. about MAR 25th: Launch of Programmable City, NUI Maynooth.. MAR 20th: Code For Ireland Meeting.. Wed, 2014-03-19 14:18.. The next Code For Ireland event will take place on Thursday 20.. March, from 6pm and finish at 9pm.. At this meetup participants will continue to work on - Building out the website; Defibrillator App; Queuing App; Business Location App.. about MAR 20th: Code For Ireland Meeting..

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    Descriptive info: Dublinked Exhibit at Digital Dublin Day 2013.. Fri, 2013-03-08 17:04.. about Dublinked Exhibit at Digital Dublin Day 2013.. Presentations Discussion from Technical Workshop: Linked Data Search.. Fri, 2013-02-01 14:41.. about Presentations Discussion from Technical Workshop: Linked Data Search.. Upcoming Conferences: Call for Presentations.. Tue, 2013-01-15 12:44.. Both EUROGI and European Data Forum are presently advertising call for presentations, with deadline dates of 24th January and 22nd February respectively.. Further information on EUROGI and European Data Forum Conference are detailed below with links to their advertised Call for Presentations.. about Upcoming Conferences: Call for Presentations.. DEC 2012: PUBLIC TRANSPORT EVENT.. Thu, 2012-12-06 17:12.. Dublinked and National Transport Authority hosted an to explore Public Transport data within the Dublin region.. On the day attendees heard from various speakers, all whom are experts in the field of public transportation.. about DEC 2012: PUBLIC TRANSPORT EVENT.. NOV 2012- USING PUBLIC DATA TO DRIVE INNOVATION EVENT..  ...   open data in Ireland.. about NOV 2012- USING PUBLIC DATA TO DRIVE INNOVATION EVENT.. JUNE 2012- STARTING UP WITH OPEN INNOVATION EVENT.. Wed, 2012-06-13 17:29.. Jointly Dublinked, Dublin City Council Innovation Dublin hosted an event to explore the area of 'Starting Up with Open Innovation'.. Attendees on the day heard from industry experts in the field of Open Innovation, where they discussed the current trends, barriers and future challenges to developing implementing Open Innovation Strategies.. about JUNE 2012- STARTING UP WITH OPEN INNOVATION EVENT.. JAN 15th: 2nd Programmable City Seminar.. Mon, 2014-01-13 14:51.. On Wednesday 15th January, the Programmable City Project will host seminar 'Coding Play/ Crafting Code in the City' in NUI Maynooth.. about JAN 15th: 2nd Programmable City Seminar.. JAN 16th: Code for Ireland Launch.. Mon, 2014-01-13 14:06.. Code for Ireland are hosting their launch event on Thursday 16th January at Dublin Castle.. about JAN 16th: Code for Ireland Launch..

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    Descriptive info: Presentations from today s Public Transport Data event.. Thu, 2012-12-06 15:22.. about Presentations from today s Public Transport Data event.. 2012 Semantic Web Challenge - International Research Prize Winner.. Thu, 2012-11-29 16:00.. Winners Announced at International Semantic Web Conference.. about 2012 Semantic Web Challenge - International Research Prize Winner.. Presentations- Using Public Data to Drive Innovation Event.. Thu, 2012-11-22 16:00.. Many thanks to all the speakers at today's event jointly hosted by Department of Public Expenditure Reform and Dublinked, 'Using Public Data to Drive Innovation' event in Science Gallery.. about Presentations- Using Public Data to Drive Innovation Event.. MAY 2012- DATA VISUALISATION EVENT.. Thu, 2012-05-24 17:28.. The Dublinked Data Visualisation event was held on Thursday 24..  ...   DUBLINKED IRLOGI SPATIAL DATA EVENT.. Sat, 2012-03-10 16:22.. On Thursday 19.. April, Dublinked IRLOGI held a joint spatial data event at Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council Offices in Dun Laoghaire.. The event explored the area of spatial open data, with speakers showcasing useful tools to incorporate when working with spatial data.. The event also identified associated challenges and issues in using spatial data.. about March 2012 - DUBLINKED IRLOGI SPATIAL DATA EVENT.. DEC 2011: DUBLINKED TECHNICAL WORKSHOP.. Thu, 2011-12-15 16:17.. Dublinked invited interested parties to come along to explore discuss the various technology issues that underpin a data sharing platform including interoperability, architectures, semantic web, search engines and real-time data streaming.. about DEC 2011: DUBLINKED TECHNICAL WORKSHOP..

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    Descriptive info: New Dublinked Additions: Past Presidents Dublin Chamber of Commerce.. Fri, 2012-11-09 17:08.. Established in 1783, this document provides.. about New Dublinked Additions: Past Presidents Dublin Chamber of Commerce.. Presentations from Starting Up with Open Innovation Event.. Wed, 2012-06-13 16:39.. Many thanks to all the speakers at today's joint Dublinked, Innovation Dublin Dublin City Council 'Starting Up with Open Innovation' event in Wood Quay.. about Presentations from Starting Up with Open Innovation Event.. The Invention Convention at ESOF2012 DUBLIN.. Wed, 2012-05-30 16:43.. Science-2- Business at ESOF2012 is offering a unique opportunity for creative minds to showcase their innovation / invention at Europe’s largest general science conference to some of  ...   its first event, a Planning Themed Workshop, in response to the high demand for planning information since the launch of the Dublinked open data portal.. This workshop explored the potential of planning open data, various topics were discussed including Strategic Planning, Planning Application, and issues surrounding Environment Heritage.. about DEC 2011- PLANNING THEMATIC WORKSHOP.. OCT 2011 - DUBLINKED LAUNCH.. Tue, 2011-10-18 16:44.. Dublin’s Local Authorities.. and NUI Maynooth invite businesses, technologists and researchers to join unique new data network.. Across the EU, public sector bodies are estimated to be sitting on a potential treasure trove of data, worth up to €27 billion*.. about OCT 2011 - DUBLINKED LAUNCH..

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