Latest news from research & development at TIB

TIB’s Visual Analytics Research Group develops innovative geolocalisation method

We organise tomorrow’s knowledge – and support the different stages of research in science and industry

Lambert Heller of the TIB talks about FAIR principles and their importance for open science in an interview with Nature Index

In a series of weekly short articles I'm discussing on LinkedIn some key ideas from recent talks I gave on the topic of Cognitive Data. Here you find...

About the open source software Vitro: use, features, software architecture, practical applications and an outlook for the future

TIB scientist to contribute to digital cultural heritage agenda in Europe

More than 70 Experts exchange knowledge and experience on the latest technological developments

Luis Moßburger on his impressions from the research groups "Data Science & Digital Libraries" and "Scientific Data Management

TIB Director receives two million Euro for his research project on knowledge-based information flows

A Review of the event held at the TIB as the post-conference of the DILS2018

Leibniz Senate recommends the continuation of funding for the library within the Leibniz Association

About libraries, knowledge graphs, robots and digital change

A structured and practice oriented recipe on how to do book sprints

World Day for Audiovisual Heritage: Six binder files and reels and reels of film material tell the adventure of an expedition to Mexico 30 years ago

Big Data in the Life Sciences

Honorable Mention Award for the paper "Finding Person Relations in Image Data of News Collections in the Internet Archive"

TIB Research Group Visual Analytics participates in OER-Camps

Numerous TIB publications and posters accepted

Professor Dr. Sören Auer gives a lecture on "Semantic representation of research results in a research knowledge graph"

Publication presents digital services of TIB