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Upcoming Events May 2024

Upcoming Events May 2024

Published on: 02/05/2024 Last update: 04/06/2024 News

The Semantic Interoperability Community (SEMIC) organises several workshops and webinars on various topics impacted by interoperability challenges in 2024. Are you curious about the planning for the coming month? You can check out the upcoming events on the SEMIC Support Centre.

The SEMIC Team has prepared an interesting online event for this month. Namely, the Fourth Working Group Webinar on GeoDCAT-AP which will take place on Tuesday 14th of May 2024.


The Fourth Working Group on GeoDCAT-AP, is planned on the 14th of May from 10:00 - 12:00 CEST. As part of the series of the revision of GeoDCAT-AP, this moment should serve to align on several final issues, including a discussion on code lists, and the XSLT tooling. Feel free to have a look upfront on the GitHub Page and add your issues.

This final webinar in the series on the revision of GeoDCAT-AP will contribute to the alignment of the specification with DCAT-AP 3.0 and its annex, DCAT-AP for HVD, as well as to investigate its relationship and intersection with other semantic standards in order to achieve interoperability.

Don’t worry if you missed the Introductory Webinarsecond Working Group webinar or Third Working Group webinar. You can read the meeting minutes, consult the slides or watch the recording on each respective event page.

A small peak to next month's events tells us that the SEMIC 2024 Conference is taking place on 26th (pre-conference) and 27th (conference) of June in Brussels. Registrations are open via this link.

Did you miss out on former events? No worries, find an overview of past sessions here.  Furthermore, the Knowledge Hub of the SEMIC Support Centre also provides a collection of resources to tackle interoperability challenges, from reports, studies and guidelines to knowledge-sharing sessions, training materials, e-learnings and webinar recordings. Happy learning!

Do not miss out on events in the future by regularly checking our new SEMIC Support Centre, and if in doubt, do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or remarks.

We look forward to working further with your input and seeing you at the sessions!