Meet us at VIVO 2013

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It’s hard to believe its been a whole year since the VIVO conference. It’s been an exciting time for Symplectic and we can’t wait to chat all things VIVO at the event this year in St. Louis. With more of our clients integrating with the VIVO platform there’s plenty more we can share and learn from the community.

Find us at the conference

We will be hosting multiple sessions at the conference and several of our team will be attending so you can give us feedback and find out more about Elements. Please feel free to contact us beforehand to set up meetings or look out for our amazing team throughout the day:

Wednesday, August 14th

1:00 – 4:30pm
WORKSHOP: Integrating and Harvesting Multiple Data Sources with Symplectic Elements
Graham Triggs

Thursday, August 15th

5:00 – 7:00pm
POSTER: Symplectic Elements Publications Harvesting and VIVO Ingest
Kelsey Rosell & Jeremy McLaughlin

Friday, August 16th

11:30 – 12:00pm
PRESENTATION: Labeling, Tagging and Classification – A tool for exploring your institution’s research
Daniel Hook

Full details and a schedule can be found here.

Check out our partners

Some of our clients and partner organisations are also involved with VIVO 2013:

Thursday, August 15th

Creating Capability Maps to Build Multi-disciplinary Teams: Placing VIVO at the forefront of advancing University Research Strategy
Simon Porter

VIVO and Persistent Identifiers: Integrating ORCID
Rebecca Bryant, Hal Warren and Simeon Warner

Friday, August 16th

Scholars@Duke: Implementing VIVO at Duke University
Julia Trimmer, Richard Outten and Jim Wood

How to Read 200,000 Publications: VIVO and the Intelligent Evaluation of Scholarship
John Mark Ockerbloom and Anne Seymour

For more about the conference head over to their website

If you want to chat more about Elements and our VIVO connector, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

More about VIVO

The VIVO project was initially started in Cornell as an open source web application to collate research and scholarship information within an institution and then provide academics with an institutional profile.

Head over to VIVO to get all the details.