[Metadatalibrarians] Save the Date! VIVO 2019, September 4-6, Podgorica, Montenegro

Violeta Ilik ilik.violeta at gmail.com
Tue Sep 11 10:15:31 PDT 2018

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It is with great pleasure to announce that VIVO 2019 is coming to

*The School of Medicine at University of Montenegro, Clinical Center of
Montenegro, and the Institute of Public Health of Montenegro* are our hosts
for the VIVO 2019 Conference in the gorgeous capital city of Podgorica

*Program Chair for VIVO 2019 is Ruben Verborgh
<https://ruben.verborgh.org/>*, Professor of Semantic Web technology at
Ghent University – IMEC and a research affiliate at the Decentralized
Information Group at MIT. The VIVO community had a chance to hear Professor
Verborgh at the VIVO 2016 Conference when he presented his talk: “The
Future is Federate
<https://figshare.com/articles/The_Future_is_Federated/3680310>d” and lead
a workshop titled: “Linked Data Fragments: Hands-On Publishing and
Querying.” The leadership of the VIVO project was inspired by his
presentations and added the Triple Pattern Fragments (TPF) server to the
VIVO software.

For more detailed information about the city, its surrounding areas, the
gorgeous Mediterranean coast with sandy beaches and historic cities of Bar
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bar,_Montenegro>, UNESCO-protected bay of
Kotor <https://whc.unesco.org/en/list/125>, and Budva
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Budva>, and the conference venue, please
visit the announcement on the following link:

VIVO would like to thank the* Local Organizing Committee (LOC) *for
preparing an outstanding proposal for hosting the 2019 conference. The LOC
members are:

   - *Nataša Popović*, MD, PhD, Vice Dean for Science, Faculty of Medicine,
   University of Montenegro
   - *Maša Ždralević*, PhD, Head of the Center for Scientific Research,
   Faculty of Medicine, University of Montenegro
   - *Ljiljana Vučković*, MD, PhD, Pathohistology specialist,
   ClinicalCenter of Montenegro
   - *Dragan Laušević*, MD, PhD, Epidemiologist, Institute of Public Health
   of Montenegro

With best wishes,

Violeta Ilik and  Nataša Popović

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