The Sleuth Kit and Open Source Digital Forensics Conference
Nov. 5, 2013
(tutorials Nov. 4)
Human Language Technology Conference
Nov. 7, 2013
The third annual Open Source Search Conference will be held in Chantilly, VA, and you are invited to submit a presentation for the conference (November 6th) and/or the tutorials (November 5th). The conference will be attended by government employees and contractors who are evaluating, building, or using Apache Solr, elasticsearch, and other open source tools for search applications throughout the government.
This event is a unique opportunity to share tips and ideas to overcome challenges working with open source search projects. We are also looking for people who are interested in providing half- and full-day tutorials on the day before the conference. The tutorials should provide hands-on guidance for using or developing open source search applications.
To view past agendas of this conference, visit: www.basistech.com/search-conference/archive/
Please email submissions for conference presentations and tutorials to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 1, 2013.
To submit a conference presentation and/or tutorial application, please email the following:
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The Open Source Search Conference and Tutorials are sponsored by Basis Technology, which has been producing government conferences since 2006 and focuses on topics including text analytics, human language technology, and the nexus of language, culture and technology for the federal community.
Basis Technology provides software solutions for text analytics, information retrieval, and name resolution in over 40 languages. Our customers include leading software vendors, content providers, financial institutions, and government agencies in the defense and intelligence industry.