Sponsorship opportunities are available for the Joint Conference on Digital Libraries taking place June 21 through June 24, 2015, in Knoxville, TN.
The ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL2015) represents a significant opportunity to reach an international community of computer scientists, informaticists, practitioners, and librarians engaged in the development, management, and application of digital libraries and associated technical, practical, organizational, and social issues. Sponsorship represents, as well, an opportunity for your organization to demonstrate active involvement in the global effort to build and sustain interoperable digital libraries that provide access to the world’s digital information and resources and to position your organization as a thought leader and innovator in the areas of digital libraries.
Who will Participate
The conference will attract attendees from all over the world. The Organizing Committee anticipates approximately 250 registrants for JCDL2015. Participants may include professors of computer science, heads of digital library programs, librarians, digital library technical staff and software developers, graduate students, postdocs, and applied researchers redtube working in the areas of digital libraries.
JCDL2015 provides a valuable opportunity for organizations to showcase their products and services, to communicate their brand and to gain exposure with a wide spectrum of stakeholders, leaders and decision makers in the digital library community. Sponsorship represents, as well, an opportunity for your organization to demonstrate active involvement in the global effort to build and sustain interoperable digital libraries that provide access to the world’s digital information and resources and to position your organization as a thought leader and innovator in the areas of digital libraries. You will be able to reach an international audience and to align your goals with others in the videos porno field of digital libraries.
Benefits of Participation
Do you want to be at the forefront of developments in digital libraries; be a part of the vanguard for change and innovation; reach prospective clients and collaborators and take advantage of this opportunity to develop knowledge, interact with peers and exchange experiences and observations? This is an opening for you to gain a wider perspective on the future of Digital Libraries and develop an understanding of the breadth and depth of fields associated with research in this area including:
eScience/eResearch data management
Cultural Heritage Preservation
Insightful analyses of existing systems
Electronic scholarly publishing
Web Services Information Systems
Your Organization Can Benefit By:
Exposure to researchers, experts and leaders in a variety of emerging fields.
Networking with leading national and international researchers and academics and industry delegates
Identification of new technologies and markets to generate new business opportunities.
The ability to interact with key decision makers in both research and industry.
Using the occasion to launch new initiatives, products and services.
Indexing, search, retrieval and browsing
Distributed information systems
Studies of information behavior and user needs and modeling
Managing Collaborative Collections
Preservation systems and algorithms