Europeana Staff

Antoine Isaac

Antoine Isaac

R&D Manager
Research & Development
+31 (0) 70 3140179
+31 6 20214121

Focuses on R&D for making data work better, and manages collaborations with peers from all over the place, including W3C, DCMI or any other relevant/enthusiastic community. Antoine studied computer science in France, and has not yet managed to cut ties with the Free University Amsterdam, where he served as a postdoc before moving to Europeana in 2009. He still goes there once in a while to get good research vibes from the Semantic Web and Linked Data people there.

Speaking at

  • 27 — 29
    April
    2015
    09:00 — 17:30

    Multilingual Digital Single Market

    Centra rajons, Latvia

    Top government officials, business leaders, technology developers, and language researchers will gather in Riga from April 27-29 to forge a unified vision for the multilingual digital single market.

  • 2
    November
    2015
    13:30 — 21:00

    EDM Workshop "EDM turns five, so now what?"

    Museumstraat 1, Netherlands

    We celebrate with the fifth anniversary of EDM with a workshop day where we will discussed together the future of the model and the next steps of its development !

  • 19 — 20
    May
    2016
    00:00 — 00:00

    I Annotate 2016

    10117 Berlin, Germany

    This fourth annual I Annotate conference will be the very first in Europe! It will take place in the Microsoft Atrium in Berlin. Located at Unter den Linden 17, at the corner of Charlottenstraße, the historic building is one of the few well-preserved houses in Berlin Mitte from the previous turn of the century..

  • 19 — 21
    October
    2016
    09:00 — 17:00

    The IIIF Working Group meeting

    2595 BE Den Haag, Netherlands
    The International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) Working Groups meeting in The Hague is intended for active IIIF community participants and working groups.
  • 28 — 29
    June
    2017
    00:00 — 00:00

    LODLAM Summit2017

    30100 Venice, Italy

    The Fourth International Linked Open Data in Libraries, Archives and Museums (LODLAM) summit will be held in Venice, Italy, at the Fondazione Cini, 28-29 June 2017.

    LODLAM stands for Linked Open Data in Libraries, Archives and Museums. Linked data is a combination of techniques, tools and web standards that enable the World Wide Web to evolve from a web of documents to a web of data. When applied to libraries, archives, and museums, linked data transforms the way we discover, analyze, and visualize cultural, scientific and government information.

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