MTA SZTAKI, H-1111 Budapest XI. Lágymányosi u. 11.
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Dr. András Micsik is a team leader within the Department of Distributed Systems at MTA SZTAKI. He received his Ph.D. in 2001 from the Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest. He was active in the digital libraries field in all DELOS projects starting from 1995, where he was involved in distributed digital library architectures, semantic interoperability, digital library testing and evaluation. His main interests are interoperability and collaboration. He contributed to several international research projects in the topics of software services, metadata vocabularies, digital libraries, etc. Recently, he works on the application of Semantic Web and LOD in various areas such as e-science. He is regular member of the program committees of the TPDL and ICADL conference series.
Teaching Semantic Web Applications class at ELTE PhD School of Computer Science.
We created a 3D version of the institute portal.
Participated in the Core Vocabularies Working Group defining simple core data models for Person, Business and Address within EU.
We started the LOD service of SZTAKI presenting Hungarian cultural and scientific assets.
Joint results achieved in the BREIN project were published in Computational and Data Grids: Principles, Applications and Design.
My chapter on collaboration and digital libraries has been published in the book E-Publishing and Digital Libraries: Legal and Organizational Issues.
Co-organized the workshop on Open Knowledge Models (OKM 2010).
Joined the W3C Library Linked Data Incubator Group.
Invited speaker at International Conference on Digital Libraries 2010.
The paper with title "Adaptive SLA Management along Value Chains for Service Individualization" written by Paul Karaenke, András Micsik, and Stefan Kirn was awarded with the Best Paper award at the International Symposium on Services Science (ISSS 2009).
Our results in the INFRAWEBS project about managing the full life cycle of Semantic Web Services were included in the book "At Your Service" published by MIT Press.
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