Kevin Page is a researcher at the University of Oxford e-Research Centre, UK. His work on web architecture and the semantic annotation and distribution of data has, through participation in several UK, EU, and international projects, been applied across a wide variety of domains including sensor networks, music information retrieval, early English texts, clinical healthcare, and remote collaboration for space exploration.
He is principal investigator of the Early English Print in HathiTrust (ElEPHãT) and Semantic Linking of BBC Radio (SLoBR) projects, and leads Linked Data research at Oxford within the AHRC Transforming Musicology and EPSRC Fusing Audio and Semantic Technology (FAST) projects. He also works on the EU funded Smart Society project.
Kevin has been a member of the W3C Linked Data Platform Working Group and several W3C Community Groups and has co-chaired workshops and tutorials including the Digital Preservation of Research Methods and Artefacts at ACM/IEEE JCDL 2013, the Web Observatory Workshop at WWW 2013 and WWW
2014, the Digital Libraries for Musicology workshop at JCDL 2014 and 2015, and "Practical Linked Data for MIR Researchers" at ISMIR 2011. He has played a key role in the Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School, serving as Oxford e-Research Centre representative on the organising committee and, organising courses over several years including Linked Data, Data Curation, and for the first time in 2015, Digital Musicology.
Read a Q&A with Dr Page.