17 March 2016

Jan Rybicki of the Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland will talk about  “Pretty Things Done with (Electronic) Texts: Why we need full-text-access”.

14 March 2016

The deadline for Full and Short Papers, Posters, Demos and submissions for the specialized tracks have been extended until 25 March 2016. More details can be found on the call pages:

Full and Short Papers, Posters, Demos

Creativity & Multimedia Libraries Track

Leibniz Track on Digital Humanities

23 Febuary 2016

The deadline for Workshops, Panels and Tutorials has been extended until 8 March 2016. More details can be found on the call pages:

1 Febuary 2016

Sponsorship opportunities are available for companies seeking maximum exposure towards TPDL 2016’s participants. Companies are invited to apply for the different Levels of Support, that are specified in more detail on the sponsorship page.

7 December 2015

The first call for papers for the Leibniz Track on Digital Humanities (TPDL-DH) with the topic “The Digital Libraries as Digital Humanities engines” has been published.

7 December 2015

TPDL 2016 introduces specialize tracks to stimulate the discussions across different communities. Specialized tracks focus on topics that have a specific community interest but are related to digital libraries and archives. Each specialized track has its own PC and PC co-chairs that work in close collaboration with the TPDL PC co-chairs and general co-chairs to ensure a quality of publications. Accepted papers will be published in the regular TPDL Proceedings.

1 December 2015

For TPDL 2016 the tutorials will be presented as sessions within the main part of the conference (5-8 September 2016). The length of the tutorials will be limited to 1.5 hrs or 3 hrs. The call for tutorials can be found here. Submission deadline for tutorials (and also for Workshops, Panels) is 23 February 2016.

17 September 2015

2 September 2015

The TPDL 2016 will be held at the Hannover Congress Centrum (HCC).