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Details of Mr. Christophe Dupriez   


PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Informaticien
Institution
DESTIN inc. SSEB ( DESTIN)
Faubourg Saint Martin 22 Beauraing 5570
Address
DESTIN inc. SSEB Faubourg Saint Martin 22
Beauraing
5570
Belgium
Nationality Belgium
Tel +32475776211
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Website http://www.destin-informatique.com, http://www.askosi.org
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree Bachelor (Bsc, BE)
Job type Data Management , Information Management & Library , Operational Support (technical) , Technical Advice & Consulting
Research Area(s) Research Support Services , Research Support Services
Research Activities Search User Interface, Semantic Web, Thesaurus management, Resources indexation and retrieval, Linked Open Data, IoT: weather proof computing platform based on RaspberryPi.org
Working languages English,French
Skills/Expertise Computer Scientist specialized in Information and Library Science. Developing also AKuino.Net, micro-controllers applications for the "Internet of Things" (telemetry and remote control: environment surveillance and resources management)
Comments Current open-source development projects: http://www.askosi.org , http://www.akuino.net
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Mr. Christophe DUPRIEZ)

Dupriez, C. Applying the complementarities of SKOS and RSS to Create a General and Unified Search User Interface over Multiple Existing Information Sources: the case of ASKOSI/GLISP, in NKOS 2012 Workshop (Paphos, Cyprus)
Dupriez, C. Recherches sur Internet: méthode et astuces, 2008 [Guide] Dupriez, C. Search User Interface proposal for Subject Repositories: DSpace implementation for WindMusic.org, 2011. In OAI7 DSpace User Group Meeting,Université de Genève (CH),2011/06/21-24.[Presentation]. Constantinescu, N., De Robbio, A., Dupriez, C., et al. Spring of Tulips : A community based translation of a classification system for Library and Information Science, 2011. In CERN Workshop on Innovations in Scholarly Communication (OAI7),Geneva (Switzerland),22-24 June 2011. [Conference Poster].


Created: 2012-01-03 Last Updated: 2016-06-16