Oak day at Château de Dampierre

The first “Oak day” took place at Château de Dampierre on June 22, 2012.

Here is the schedule of the day:

9h30     Welcome coffee + pastry
10h00   Overview of the last year (Nicole + Ioana) [slides]
Restructuring, arrivals, departures
Who does what: responsibilities within the team, Paris Sud, Inria etc.
10h15   Melanie Herschel (BD/OAK): Foundations and Algorithms to Compute the Provenance of Missing Data [slides]
10h45   Break
11h00   Philippe Rigaux (Internet Memory): Large-scale Web data management at InternetMemory [slides]
11h30   “Present me a problem”
12h30   Lunch
14h30   Paolo Atzeni (U. Roma Tré, Italy): Management of Heterogeneous Data in Traditional and non Traditional Database [slides]
15h00   Visite Château de Dampierre
16h00   Coffee break
16h15   Konstantinos Karanasos: “How to hunt for a postdoc”
16h45   Team grants and software (Nicole + Ioana)
17h00   Choose your activity:
* Work meeting (permanent Oaks, if energy left)
* Free time
19h00   Dinner

This is the most recent Oak group photo (in front of the castle):

And these are some additional photos of the day:

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