[WS-5.1] International Thesaurus Working Group Meeting

Date: Saturday,29 September & Sunday,30 September
Time: 10:20 : 17:50
Duration: Full day
Place: Cultural Conference Centre of Heraklion (CCCH)
Registration : Members only
Presenters:
Jonathan Ward
Getty Research Institute, USA
Short Bio:

Jonathan Ward is the Senior Editor of the Getty Vocabulary Program, specializing in content standardization, project workflow, LOD compliance, and art and architecture research. He has worked in the field of thesaurus construction and vocabulary management for nearly two decades, and received his MLIS from San Jose State University. He is also a producer of collections of early sound recordings from across the globe.

Gregg Garcia
Getty Research Institute, USA
Short Bio:

Gregg Garcia is the lead engineer and primary developer for the Getty Vocabularies editorial and publication systems. He has performed this role since joining the J. Paul Getty Trust in 1999. He is currently involved in maintaining and updating Vocabularies data and applications while participating in the Getty’s initiative to publish institutional data as Linked Open Data using the Getty Vocabularies to reconcile people, places and art concepts among different data sets. Gregg came to the J. Paul Getty Trust after serving as an officer in the U.S. Air Force and has a M.S. in Aeronautical Engineering.

[WS-5.1] International Thesaurus Working Group Meeting

Date: Saturday,29 September & Sunday,30 September
Time: 10:20 : 17:50
Duration: Full day
Place: Cultural Conference Centre of Heraklion (CCCH)
Registration : Members only
Presenters:
Jonathan Ward
Getty Research Institute, USA
Short Bio:

Jonathan Ward is the Senior Editor of the Getty Vocabulary Program, specializing in content standardization, project workflow, LOD compliance, and art and architecture research. He has worked in the field of thesaurus construction and vocabulary management for nearly two decades, and received his MLIS from San Jose State University. He is also a producer of collections of early sound recordings from across the globe.

Gregg Garcia
Getty Research Institute, USA
Short Bio:

Gregg Garcia is the lead engineer and primary developer for the Getty Vocabularies editorial and publication systems. He has performed this role since joining the J. Paul Getty Trust in 1999. He is currently involved in maintaining and updating Vocabularies data and applications while participating in the Getty’s initiative to publish institutional data as Linked Open Data using the Getty Vocabularies to reconcile people, places and art concepts among different data sets. Gregg came to the J. Paul Getty Trust after serving as an officer in the U.S. Air Force and has a M.S. in Aeronautical Engineering.