Portrait of Emmanuelle Bermes

Network Association Member

Emmanuelle Bermes

Network Association Member
Deputy director for services and networks in charge of technical and scientific matters National Library of France France

Emmanuelle Bermès is deputy director for services and networks at BnF since 2014. From 2003 to 2011, she worked at the National library of France (BnF), first in digital libraries and digital preservation, then in metadata management. From 2011 to 2014, she was in charge of multimedia and digital services at the Centre Pompidou (Paris, France).
In the course of her career, Emmanuelle has held a number of responsibilities at international level. She worked as an expert within Europeana and contributed to design the Europeana Data Model, before being elected to the Europeana Association Members Council in 2015. In 2010-2011, she was a co-chair of the Library Linked Data W3C incubator group. Member of the IFLA IT section since 2009, she initiated the creation of a Semantic Web special interest group (SWSIG) within IFLA. She became BnF's representative within the International internet preservation consortium (IIPC) in 2015, and was elected chair of IIPC in 2016.