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,
Ludwig-Maximilians-
University of Munich, Germany
 Track 3
“Apps” Track Chair:
Julia Kloiber,
Open Knowledge Foundation, Germany
 15:15 mundraub.org – 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
 16:45
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 18:00
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
Data
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
 11:30
 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
 11:00

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
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