8 September 2016

It’s our pleasure to inform you that the following contributions received awards during TPDL 2016:

Best Paper Award

  • Leonidas Papachristopoulos, Giannis Tsakonas, Michalis Sfakakis, Nikos Kleidis, Christos Papatheodorou. The “Nomenclature of Multidimensionality” in the Digital Libraries Evaluation Domain

Best Poster/Demo Award

  • Joffrey Decourselle. Case-oriented Semantic Enrichment of Bibliographic Entities

Congratulations to the authors of the above works!


30 August 2016

The Conference4me smartphone app provides you with the most comfortable tool for planning your participation in TPDL 2016. Browse the complete programme directly from your phone or tablet and create your very own agenda on the fly. The app is available for Android, iOS and Windows Phone devices.

26 July 2016

We are happy to announce that this years TPDL will be sponsored by the Elsevier B.V. (at the gold level) and Ex Libris and Gesis (at the bronze level). We warmly acknowledge their financial support.

27 June 2016

Check out the Program at a Glance for an overview or use the detailed schedule in ConfTool.


30 May 2016

The deadline for Doctoral Consortium has been extended until 12 June 2016. More details can be found on the call page.

25 May 2016

The registration for attending the conference is now open. Early bird ends July 31. More details can be found on the registration information page.

3 May 2016

The program committee has selected three great tutorials which will give you more insights into digital library systems and technologies. The tutorials are part of the main conference. Enjoy every day another tutorial topic. Check out the tutorials page for more information.

27 April 2016

The TPDL Workshops are now online. Workshops have their own call for papers. So you can still contribute. More information can be found on the workshops pages:

25 April 2016

David Bainbridge of the University of Waikato, and Director of the New Zealand Digital Library Research Project will present "Mozart's Laptop: Implications for Creativity in Multimedia Digital Libraries and Beyond".

18 April 2016

Tony Veale of the University College Dublin, Ireland will talk about "Metaphors All the Way Down: The many practical uses of figurative language understanding"