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The Year 2018

22-28.10.2018 // Open Access Week poster session, Berlin
At this years International Open Access Week the DeepGreen project will be represented during the poster session next to different interesting projects around the topic “Open access and open cultural data”.

09.10.2018 // 21. EZB-Anwendertreffen, Regensburg
On October 9th the EZB user meeting took place in Regensburg for the 21st time. Thomas Dierkes (KOBV) presented the project.

24.-26.09-2018 // Open-Access-Tage 2018, Graz
DeepGreen was also represented at this years conference “Open-Access-Tage” in Graz. Thomas Dierkes (KOBV) gave a live demonstration of DeepGreen at the tool marketplace on September 24th and 25th. And on September 25th Kaja Scheliga (GFZ) and Michael Kassube (BSB) presented DeepGreen during the session “OA-Grün (Tools)”(presentation slides).

01.08.2018 // Official start of the second funding period of DeepGreen
DeepGreen, funded by the German Research Foundation, started the second funding period (press release). The project application was published open access. The progress of DeepGreen will be documented regularly on this page.

12. – 15.06.2018 // 107. Deutscher Bibliothekartag 2018, Berlin
DeepGreen was represented with a number of presentations at the library congress 2018. Julia Goltz-Fellgiebel (KOBV) gave a short presentation of the project at the workshop about secondary publications, hosted by the TU Berlin. Markus Putnings (FAU) shared practical experiences about data import in OPUS4 repositories via SWORD at the OPUS user meeting. Markus Putnings and Julia Goltz-Fellgiebel presented DeepGreen during the session “Open Access – Zukunftsfähig?” (presentation slides). And Thomas Dierkes (KOBV) held a live demonstration of DeepGreen during the lunchbreak on Wednesday and Thursday at the KOBV exhibition stand.

26.03.2018 //DFG approved further funding for DeepGreen
In September 2017 an application for a second funding period of DeepGreen has been submitted to the German Research Foundation and now has been approved. DeepGreen will be funded for another two years.