Semantic information management in public administration


For many years, Semantic technologies, and in particular the idea of the Semantic Web have offerd public administration a starting point for  the development of increasingly complex processes to control excessive amounts of information and growing requirements of a better and modern e-government.


During the last year, there have been open standards for the Semantic Web present in many European countries and in many places of the European Union leading to network effects , often discussed as ' Linked Open Data '.


Since then, we have seen the development of those infrastructures enabling a long debate on ' Semantic Information Management’ in Public Administration in Europe. In regards to this, what is the role which Austria can play?


Program available here

Expected Participants:

Public administration staff

Semantic web and linked open data community


Researchers and academia

Physical location
Festsaal Bundesrechenzentrum
Hintere Zollamtsstraße 4, Vienna!q=Hintere+Zollamtsstra%C3%9Fe+4,+Vienna,+at&data=!4m16!1m15!4m8!1m3!1d26081603!2d-95.677068!3d37.0625!3m2!1i1024!2i768!4f13.1!10b1!17b1!26m3!1e12!1e13!1e3