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Other DCC Events

The School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh, Appleton Tower 2nd floor seminar room (2.02)

From mid-January to mid-July, the DCC was host to a visiting scholar, Associate Professor Zhenxin Wu, from the Library of Chinese Academy of Sciences (LCAS) [external] in Beijing. She gave a presentation, An Introduction to LCAS, to DCC colleagues in Edinburgh before she returned to China. The DCC staff are looking forward to a fruitful collaboration with her and LCAS in the future.

Sebastian Maneth, from EPFL [external] (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne) in Switzerland, presented Grammar-Based Tree Compression as part of the Scottish Database Interest Group [external] seminar season at The School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh, Appleton Tower 2nd floor seminar room (2.02). The DCC was a co-sponsor of this event.

Sebastian Maneth, NICTA Ltd and UNSW Sydney, Australia, presented "MSO Logic and Tree Transducers with Decidable Equivalence" at 4.10pm as part of the Scottish Database Interest Group [external] seminar season at the University of Edinburgh, Appleton Tower. The DCC was a co-sponsor of this event.

Although this event was primarily aimed at representatives from local institutions, Computing, Information and Library Services and members of Science faculties with an interest in digital preservation and a passion to learn more about our work also attended.

Kazuhiro Inaba, Hosoya Laboratory, Department of Computer Science, University of Tokyo, presented "XML Transformation Language Based on Monadic Second-order Logic"  as part of the Scottish Database Interest Group [external] seminar season at the University of Edinburgh, Appleton Tower. The DCC was a co-sponsor of this event.

Guy McGarva, DCC Geospatial Advisor, gave a presentation at the British Cartographic Society, Map Curators Group, 'Wired for Maps' Training Course at the National Library of Scotland.

Steve Morris of North Carolina State University (NCSU) Libraries discussed a project conducted with the U.S. Library of Congress in conjunction with the fairly new National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP) as part of the Scottish Database Interest Group [external] seminar season at The School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh, Appleton Tower 2nd floor seminar room (2.02). The DCC was a co-sponsor of this event.

Part of Dutch Presidency programme. The DCC was a co-sponsor of this ERPANET event.

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