iPres 2019, the 16th conference on Digital Preservation.

16 September 2019

iPRES is one of the most relevant events ever in digital preservation. 

The 16th edition will take place in Amsterdam from 16 to 20 September 2019, hosted by the Dutch Digital Heritage Network.

The event gathering together moreover 400 stakeholders between scientists, students, researchers, archivists, librarians, providers, and other experts in the preservation industry. 

During the occurrence will be sharing the latest developments, innovative projects and there will be deep-dive sessions, workshops and the presentation of many innovations.

The scope of this great congress is also collaboratively solving problems in data archiving and preservation.
 

“Dawn of Digital Repositories Certification under ISO 16363. Exploring the Horizon and beyond” is the talk title where Jamie Shiers, Information Technology Department from CERN will take part.
The Manager of the Data Preservation is one of the consortium partner contributing to the Archiver Project. His participation slot will be on 17th September between 13:30 - 15:30 during one of the sustainability panels.

Find out more about the intervention of Jamie Shiers - visit the programme page.

Would you like to discover more about iPres2019? Visit the official website.

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iPRES is one of the most relevant events ever in digital preservation. 

The 16th edition will take place in Amsterdam from 16 to 20 September 2019, hosted by the Dutch Digital Heritage Network.

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