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Rachel Bruce

Rachel Bruce

Programme Director, Information Environment
JISC Executive
London, United Kingdom

Rachel is responsible for JISC's Information Environment strategy and the innovation programmes that support this. These include digital preservation, repositories, resources discovery, scholarly communication and shared infrastructure services. She oversees activity undertaken at JISC services that supports the Information Environment strategy; primarily this includes work at UKOLN at the University of Bath, EDINA at the University of Edinburgh and MIMAS at the University of Manchester. This involves working closely with the JISC Integrated Information Environment Committee (JIIE).

Prior to working on JISC programmes, Rachel managed a programme of funding of £45 million that enabled UK academic libraries to make their special collections and archives available on the Web. This included the establishment of the Archives Hub service.

Michael Crandall

Michael Crandall

Chair, Masters of Science in Information Management Program
The Information School, University of Washington
Seattle, Washington, USA

Michael Crandall is chair of a program at the University of Washington Information School focused on the management of information in all types of organizations and settings. The program blends theory and practice in the areas of management, technology and information organization to meet the needs of those responsible for effective creation, delivery, and management of information for their users.

Prior to joining the University of Washington, Michael spent four years as Technology Manager for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation's Libraries and Public Access to Information Program. This effort deployed over 40,000 public access computers and Internet connections to over 11,000 libraries in the United States, helping libraries provide free access to computing resources and the Internet to over 95% of the American population. As part of this project, Mr. Crandall also managed the grant for development of WebJunction, a public access computing portal available to all those interested in sharing knowledge and resources on this subject.

Prior to joining the Foundation, Mr. Crandall worked at Microsoft and Boeing. He is a member of a number of professional organizations and advisory bodies, and has authored numerous publications on knowledge management topics.

Winston Ong

Winston Ong

Assistant Chief Executive
National Library Board Singapore

Winston Ong oversees corporate planning, finance, corporate communications, international and professional relations, and customer relations. He was previously Director of Corporate Planning and International Relations at the Ministry of Information, Communications and the Arts, which is the parent Ministry of the National Library Board. He recently led the planning secretariat for the development of the National Library Board's next medium term masterplan, Libraries for Life, which charts the strategic directions of the Board into 2020.

Ulla Ikaheimo

Ulla Ikaheimo

Information System Specialist
The National Library of Finland
Helsinki, Finland

Ulla Ikaheimo has worked in the National Library of Finland since 1995. At present she is responsible for the MARC 21 format, format conversions and training. She is also working in developing projects of the Finnish national union catalogue. Her previous duties include music cataloguing, authority and thesaurus work, and data base content planning. She has been involved in translating standards, cataloguing rules and formats into Finnish.

Ulla is a member of the Finnish national cataloguing and metadata steering committee. She has participated in international working groups concerning music metadata and library systems.

Dickson Lukose

Dickson Lukose

Head of the Knowledge Technology Research and Development Cluster
MIMOS Berhad
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Dr. Dickson Lukose (PhD) is the Head of the Knowledge Technology Research and Development Cluster at MIMOS BHD. Dr Lukose is also the director of the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory as well as the Centre of Excellence in Semantic Technologies. Before returning to Malaysia, Dr. Lukose spent many years working in financial services industry developing enterprise applications. He has done over 10 years of academic research in Artificial Intelligence, supported by research grants from Graphic Directions, Leverhulme Foundation, CSIRO, and Australian Research Council. Dr. Lukose has authored over 80 research papers and technical reports on the subject of artificial intelligence, knowledge acquisition and modeling for scientific journals and conference proceedings, chaired or co-chaired over 25 international conferences on these subjects, and edited a number of books in these areas.

His qualifications include B.Sc. (Hons) and PhD from Deakin University (Australia), and Post-Doctorate Research as a Leverhulme Fellow at Loughborough University of Technology (UK). He has carried out teaching and research in Artificial Intelligence at Deakin University (Australia), Loughborough University of Technology (UK), University of Calgary (Canada) and University of New England (Australia). He worked as a Senior Knowledge Engineer with Brightware Inc. (USA), and as Principal Knowledge Engineer with MindBox Inc.(USA). During his tenure with Brightware and Mindbox, he has worked with leading financial institutions in UK, USA and Korea.

Sam Oh

Representing the National Library of Korea, the DCMI Member in Korea:

Sam Oh

Professor
Department of Library and Information Science,
Sungkyunkwan University
Seoul, Korea

Dr. Dickson Lukose (PhD) is the Head of the Knowledge Technology Research and Development Cluster at MIMOS BHD. Dr Lukose is also the director of the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory as well as the Centre of Excellence in Semantic Technologies. Before returning to Malaysia, Dr. Lukose spent many years working in financial services industry developing enterprise applications. He has done over 10 years of academic research in Artificial Intelligence, supported by research grants from Graphic Directions, Leverhulme Foundation, CSIRO, and Australian Research Council. Dr. Lukose has authored over 80 research papers and technical reports on the subject of artificial intelligence, knowledge acquisition and modeling for scientific journals and conference proceedings, chaired or co-chaired over 25 international conferences on these subjects, and edited a number of books in these areas.

His qualifications include B.Sc. (Hons) and PhD from Deakin University (Australia), and Post-Doctorate Research as a Leverhulme Fellow at Loughborough University of Technology (UK). He has carried out teaching and research in Artificial Intelligence at Deakin University (Australia), Loughborough University of Technology (UK), University of Calgary (Canada) and University of New England (Australia). He worked as a Senior Knowledge Engineer with Brightware Inc. (USA), and as Principal Knowledge Engineer with MindBox Inc.(USA). During his tenure with Brightware and Mindbox, he has worked with leading financial institutions in UK, USA and Korea.

John Roberts

John Roberts

Group Manager, Archives Management
Archives New Zealand
Wellington, New Zealand

John Roberts manages the Archives New Zealand group responsible for documentation systems. In this role he also oversees the New Zealand Government's Dublin Core-based discovery metadata standard. He has been involved in a range of e-government projects, especially in the areas of metadata strategy, standards and management.

John has been actively involved with the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative since 2001, and co-chairs the DCMI Government Community.

His information management interests include recordkeeping metadata, e-government, the impact of technology on archives and records practices, and recordkeeping legislation. He has written and spoken on these and other questions internationally. He holds a Master of Information Management and Systems from Monash University (Australia), and a Master of Arts from Victoria University (New Zealand).

Samantha Starmer

Samantha Starmer

Senior Manager

REI.com

Seattle, USA

Over the last 11 years, Samantha Starmer has worked on a wide variety of user experience, information management and information architecture projects while at Amazon.com, SchemaLogic and Microsoft. She is currently a senior manager at REI.com, creating and incubating teams to run user experience and information management. She holds a Master's of Library and Information Science degree from the University of Washington and a certificate in Content Management. Samantha has also served on the board of Content Management Professionals and the Information Architecture Institute.

Shigeo Sugimoto

Samantha Starmer

Professor,

Graduate School of Library, Information and Media Studies,

University of Tsukuba


Tsukuba, Japan

Professor Sugimoto has been actively involved in DCMI Metadata activities since 1997. He currently is co-chair of the DCMI Localization and Internationalization Community. He also co-chaired the program committee of the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications 2001 (DC-2001) held in Tokyo, Japan, in October 2001.

Dr. Sugimoto chaired the program committees of the International Symposium on Digital Libraries 1995, 1997 and 1999, which were sponsored and held at ULIS. He has been involved in major international conferences on digital libraries in Asia, Europe, and North America as an organizer and program committee member.

Dr. Sugimoto earned a Ph.D. in Information Science (software engineering and programming languages) from Kyoto University in 1985.

Michael Teets

Samantha Starmer

Vice President Enterprise Architecture

OCLC Online Computer Library Center

Dublin, Ohio, USA

Mike oversees the architecture of OCLC's products and services worldwide. These services vary from primarily network available services hosted in North America to traditional ILS services in Europe. Mike is a member of the Internet2 InCommon Federation Steering Committee and is a board member of NISO.

In the newly created Enterprise Architecture Office, Mike is responsible for coordinating and leading OCLC services to web scale, network available services capable of serving the entire library community. He is particularly interested in the development of data workflow and application solutions that integrate the library into a broad range of environments from consumer through academic services.