David Filip: Standardization and Research

David Filip is Chair (Convener) of OASIS XLIFF OMOS TC; Secretary, Lead Editor and Liaison Officer of OASIS XLIFF TC; a former Co-Chair and Editor for the W3C ITS 2.0 Recommendation; Steering Committee member of GALA TAPICC, Advisory Editorial Board member for the Multilingual magazine; co-moderator of the Standards IG at JIAMCATT. David has been also appointed as NSAI expert to ISO TC 37/SC 3 and /SC 5, ISO/IEC JTC 1/WG 9. /SC38, and /SC42. His specialties include open standards and process metadata, workflow and meta-workflow automation. David works as a Research Fellow at the ADAPT Research Centre, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. Before 2011, he oversaw key research and change projects for Moravia’s worldwide operations. David held research scholarships at universities in Vienna, Hamburg and Geneva, and graduated in 2004 from Brno University with a PhD in Analytic Philosophy. David also holds master’s degrees in Philosophy, Art History, Theory of Art and German Philology.

Standardization and Research

David will explain about the multilingual content standardization ecosystem, starting with foundational standards such as XML and Unicode, over XML vocabularies for payload and metadata exchange, to API and reference architecture specifications. He will explain basic standardization principles with special regard for internet based technologies, touching on different standardization cultures ranging from industry associations, over ad hoc consortia, IETF, OASIS, W3C, Unicode, to traditional SDOs such as ISO, ISO/IEC, ASTM etc. David will also touch on the relationship of standardization, research, and innovation and how it is important or not for research groups and institutes to participate in standardization. Difference between anticipatory and post hoc standardization will be explained and how royalty free standards create and grow markets for technology and innovation.

His talk takes place on Thursday, March 22, 2018 at 13:00 in room E104.