The Biodiversity Information Standards (TDWG) Conference is fast-approaching – 18 - 22 October 2021. #TDWG2021
If you are interested in where data standards come from and want to learn more about efforts to develop and use them with media, citizen science, taxonomy, digitization of bio/geo collections, AI, machine learning, building knowledge graphs, conservation, trait data, etc … then this conference is for you. We also need your input on any standards and related tools/software that might be missing or in need of revision.
If you know of someone who wants to participate but may need support in order to cover the registration fee, please contact us ASAP via email to email@example.com. Also, anyone who would like to participate who is from a low or low-middle income nation has a waived registration fee.
The DEADLINE to register is 15 October – so don’t delay! That’s just 11 days away.
- e-floras, e-faunas, and species pages
- Eat or be eaten: Don’t miss out on interaction data
- Assuring trust on community science biodiversity platforms: Policies and approaches
- Discovering known biodiversity: Digital accessible knowledge
- The Digital Extended Specimen and Specimen data mobilization
- Machine learning and biodiversity image analysis
- Maintaining the taxonomic backbone (or connecting those who try)
- Mushrooming, community science, and sharing biodiversity data
- Curating interdisciplinary data in the biodiversity research community
- API linking, discovering, uses for, hands-on events (hackathon, unconference)
- Connecting biodiversity data with knowledge graphs
- Controlled vocabularies in multiple languages
- Challenges of sharing ecological data
- Biodiversity Heritage Library’s strategic plan and review new tools and advances
- Community building for our shared data future
If the cost of registration is a barrier to your participation in this conference, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP.
The TDWG Steering and Program Committees