Agenda – 2nd International Open Data Dialog,

Berlin, 18 – 19 November 2013

Day 1

 9:15 Opening Ina Schieferdecker,
Radu Popescu-Zeletin,

Fraunhofer FOKUS, Germany
 9:30 Keynote: Opening up government and research data – Making the economic case in Europe Carl-Christian Buhr,
Member of the Cabinet of Neelie Kroes
 10:30 Keynote: National Open Data Infrastructure Jörn von Lucke,
Zeppelin University, Germany
 11:30 Coffee Break  
 Track 1 “GovData” Track Chair:
Dr. Wolfgang Both,
Senate of Berlin, Germany
 12:00 GovData – the first nine months of the German
cross-level Open Data Portal
Jan-Ole Beyer,
Federal Ministry of the Interior, Germany
 12:30 Reception of the GovData data portal Thomas Brenner, Jan Dudda, Marcel Engel,
Aschaffenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
 Track 2 “Opening Data” Track Chair:
Ina Schieferdecker,
Fraunhofer FOKUS, Germany
 12:00 Methodology development of open government’s
budget data ontology
Olga Parkhimovich,
University ITMO, Russia
 12:30 Opening city infrastructure through iCity Platform Yuri Glickman,
Fraunhofer FOKUS, Germany
 13:00 Lunch Break  
 14:00 Keynote: From Open Data to Big Data – Opportunities and Challenges from a Business Perspective Prof. Dr.
Arnold Picot,
University of Munich, Germany
 Track 3
“Apps” Track Chair:
Julia Kloiber,
Open Knowledge Foundation, Germany
 15:15 – a charming tool for publishing
open tree data and involvement of local communities
Kai Gildhorn,
Terra Concordia gUG, Germany
 15:45 App Developers: Build Trust & Transparency with
Personal User Data
Olivier Amar,
MyPermissions, Israel
 Track 4
Open Government and Geodata Track Chair:
Ina Schieferdecker,
Fraunhofer FOKUS, Germany
 15:15 Open Geodata in Germany Daniel Dietrich,
Open Knowledge Foundation, Germany
 15:45 Ex-ante evaluation of the implementation of
the Open Government strategy of the city of Vienna
Johann Höchtl,
Danube University Krems, Austria
 16:15 Coffee Break
Panel “Open Data in Energy Industry” Chris Davis,
Delft University of Technology, Netherlands,

Julia Kloiber
OKFN, Germany,

Christian Jacob
Vattenfall Netzservice GmbH, Germany,
Ines Schmidt,
Stromnetz Berlin GmbH
 18:45 Shuttle to Social Event at “Computerspielemuseum Karl-Marx-Allee 93a,
10243 Berlin

Day 2

 09:00 Keynote: Bigger value for Big Data Analytics with Open
Andreas Nold
SAS Institute GmbH, Germany
 10:00 Coffee Break  
 Track 1
Geodata and Beyond”
Track Chair:
Forian Marienfeld, co:laboratory, Germany
 10:30 An Open Dataset and API for Improving Geographical
Annotation and Finding of Public Sector Information
Knud Möller,
Datalysator, Germany
 11:00 Geospatial Open Data – bridging the gap between
provision and use through the cloud-based GIS platform
ArcGIS Online
Thore Fechner,
con terra, Germany
 Open Data and Geoinformation Systems Prof. Dr. Gerd Buziek,
ESRI, Germany
 12:00 Integrating Open Data in Open Government Solutions Lena-Sophie Müller,
Fraunhofer FOKUS, Germany
12:30 Teaching Open Data / Data Literacy Michael Hörz,
Open Data Network, Germany
 Track 2 “Linked Data and Education”

Track Chair:
Edzard Höfig
Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

 10:30 Linked Open Data for Education – the case of LinkedUp Stefan Dietze,
L3S Research Center, Germany

2 hour Tutorial
Open Web Data for Education – Linked Data
technologies for connecting open educational data
Mathieu d’Aquin,
Knowledge Media Inst.,

The Open University, UK
 13:00 Lunch Break
 Track 3
Data and Trust Track Chair:
Lena-Sophie Müller
Fraunhofer FOKUS, Germany
 14:00 “GeoLicence” – the roadmap to reliable licensing of data Lars Behrens,
German GeoBusiness
Commission, Germany
 14:30 Citizen Science & Open Data – a give-and-take Dr. Albert Remke
52° North, Germany
 Track 4
“Linked Data”
Track Chair:
Edzard Höfig,
Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
 14:00 ETL tool for RDF data  Tomas Knap,
Charles University, Czech Republic
 14:30 Attribution of Data Abdul Saboor,
Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
 Closing Plenary
 15:00 Open It Right: What is wrong about Open Data and
what we can do about it

Vasily Bunakov,
Science and Technology
Facilities Council, UK
 16:00 Get-together