[crm-sig] RE: [crm-adhoc] 8th Joint CIDOC CRM SIG and ISO/TC46/SC4/WG9 meet ing, Oxford
Matthew.Stiff at english-heritage.org.uk
Wed Sep 17 18:28:41 EEST 2003
Please allow 1.5 hours from Gatwick airport, and the buses run every hour,
not every half hour. Details of bus timetables can be found on the Oxford
Bus Company web site: www.oxfordbus.co.uk. Trains from Birmingham
International are hourley. Train times can be found on www.railtrack.co.uk.
Oxford is served by Thames Trains, First Great Western and Virgin Cross
From: Stiff, Matthew [mailto:Matthew.Stiff at english-heritage.org.uk]
Sent: 17 September 2003 12:57
To: crm-adhoc; crm-sig at ics.forth.gr
Subject: [crm-adhoc] 8th Joint CIDOC CRM SIG and ISO/TC46/SC4/WG9
The 8th joint meeting of the will take place in Oxford, UK, from October
6-9, 2003. Work will be carried out in the Cartoon Room of the Randolph
Hotel. Contact details are as follows:
Beaumont St., Oxford OX1 2LN, England
Monday, October 6:
10:00 - 17:30
CIDOC CRM tutorial for newcomers
Presentation of the version submitted to ISO as DIS
Presentations from participants on CRM-related applications
CHIOS Management meeting
Tuesday, Wednesday October 7-8:
9:00 - 17:30
Last editorial refinements and Final Agreement on:
1) The introduction after paragraph "compatibility"
2) Scope notes of class E8 - E40
Discussion on any further documentation needs.
Thursday, October 9:
9:00 - 17:00
Discussion and decision taking on the future activities of
- technical needs, such as mapping tools, reference architectures,
ontological formalizations, reification, reasoning on
possible duplicates, methodology of URI creation.
- extended subject areas such as libraries, archives, archaeological
- collaborations, funding and operation of the CRM-SIG
in the next future.
Oxford is situated on the M40 motorway, with direct buses every half hour
from Heathrow Airport and Gatwick Airport. There are also direct train
services from Birmingham International Airport and Central London. Journey
times for all of these are approximately 1 hour. Please note that there is
no ca parking available in the Hotel, but there are good Park and Ride bus
services from the edge of Oxford.
The Randolph is less than generous with its corporate room rate: £140 per
Other hotels include:
The Royal Oxford Hotel (fairly central)
The Eastgate Hotel (ditto)
The Cotswold Lodge Hotel (North Oxford - 15 minutes walk)
Linton Lodge Hotel (North Oxford - 15 minutes walk)
The Holiday Inn is a new building on the edge of Oxford near the Park and
Ride, with all the charisma of multiplex cinema.
There are numerous up-market B&Bs in Oxford, and small hotels. One cheap one
that I have heard reasonable things of is the Riverside Hotel. I will try to
get phone numbers and prices of these to you, but this may be enough for you
to make a start with.
I have suggested to Martin that we have dinner on the Thursday evening at
the Cherwell Boathouse restaurant (near the Linton and Cotswold Lodge
hotels). If the weather is good we could precede this with an hour on the
river in punts (part of the Oxford experience). Let me know if this appeals
so that I can book a table. I will be able to make suggestions for pubs for
Looking forward to seeing you in Oxford.
Dr Matthew Stiff
Data Services Manager
National Monuments Record Centre
(t): 01793 414727
(f): 01793 414770
(m): 07939 151510
(e): matthew.stiff at english-heritage.org.uk
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