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Re: Introductions

From: Laszlo Kovacs <laszlo.kovacs@sztaki.hu>
Date: Wed, 9 Jun 2010 13:53:24 +0200
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I'm Laszlo Kovacs [1], the founder and head of DSD [2], the Department of Distributed Systems at MTA SZTAKI [3], the Computer and Automation Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences). I also lead the W3C Hungarian Office [4] and represent MTA SZTAKI in the AC of W3C. 

During the last  decade we worked in numerous EU and national research projects [5] in the areas of digital libraries, archives (3 DELOS, StreamOnTheFLy, CORES, HEKTAR), collaborative systems (DONAU, PROMOCIO, SELECT, Web4Groups, Abilities) as well as semantic web services design (INFRAWEBS, BREIN).

Currently, we are very much interested in the Linked Data concepts and related technologies to be applied in the system design for cultural heritage institutions (esp. for museums and archives). We recently submitted several new project proposals for EC evaluation, based on these concepts.

[1] http://dsd.sztaki.hu/people/laszlo_kovacs/en/
[2] http://dsd.sztaki.hu/
[3] http://www.sztaki.hu/
[4] http://www.w3c.hu/
[5] http://dsd.sztaki.hu/projects/en/

--Laszlo
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Laszlo KOVACS                   Head of Department of Distributed Systems
Computer and Automation Research Institute, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Address:   MTA SZTAKI, DSD H-1111 Budapest XI. Lagymanyosi u. 11. HUNGARY
Phone:     +36 (1) 279-6212
Fax:       +36 (1) 279-6200
E-mail:    laszlo.kovacs@sztaki.hu
URL:       http://dsd.sztaki.hu/kovacs
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