15th Plenary - Virtual Poster Session

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Congratulations to those who were accepted to participate in the Poster Session at Plenary 15!

In light of the cancellation of the Plenary, we are organising a Virtual Poster session. The session will begin on Monday, 30 March 2020. Please contact Alex Delipalta at alexandra.delipalta@ed.ac.uk or Yolanda Meleco at melecy@rpi.edu with any questions related to your poster submission.

The virtual poster session can be found here.

Vote for the top 5 poster submissions here.

Below is a list of all posters submitted at RDA's 15th Plenary. For the posters participating in the Virtual Poster Session, please visit this page.  

  Poster Title Name & Surname Affiliation
1 Assessing Maturity and Future Directions in Data Services Joel Herndon, Wendy Kozlowski, Katie Wissell, New York University, Jake Carlson, Lisa Johnston, Jennifer Moore Duke University, Cornell University Johns Hopkins University, University of Michigan, University of Minnesota, Washington University
2. Challenges of Data Curation for a Multi-Year, Cross-Disciplinary Scientific Investigation Regina Avila National Institute of Standards and Technology
3. The Use of A Data Repository in Soundscape Monitoring and Ecological Assessment Tyng-Ruey Chuang, Cheng-Jen Lee, Chia-Hsun Wang, and Yu-Huang Wang Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan
4. The Metadata Game - Interactive repository simulation game Ted Habermann Metadata Gamechangers
5. Towards Interoperable Archiving Using RDA's RDRI WG Recomendations James Myers, Max Burnett Global Dataverse Community Consortium, National Center for Supercomputing Applications
6. EPISA project: a FAIR path to semantic archives at the Portuguese National Archives Maria Jose de Almeida Direção-Geral do Livro dos Arquivos e das Bibliotecas (PT)
7. A data curator´s workflow to engage researchers in RDM: Results from 13 multi-domain data description sessions João Aguiar Castro INESC TEC
8. Epic Fails: Learning from the Past to Do Better in the Future Kerstin Lehnert, Lesley Wyborn Columbia University, Australian National University
9. STELLA: A Framework for Reproducibility and Evaluation of Online Search Experiments Leyla Garcia, Benjamin Wolff, Timo Breuer, Narges Tavakolpoursaleh, Johann Schaible, Philipp Schaer ZB MED Information Centre for Life Sciences
10. FAIR Research Data Management plans for Open Science Justine Vanderdorpe, Leyla Garcia, Birte Lindstaedt, Ursula Arning, Dietrich Rebholz-Schuhmann ZB MED Information Centre for Life Sciences
11. A Reproducible Grouping Genetic Algorithm for Joint Stratification and Sample Allocation Designs Mervyn O Luing Insight Centre for Data Analytics
12. The Helmholtz Earth and Environment Data Hub – connecting people and integrating data infrastructures for Earth System Sciences Bertelmann, Roland (1), Braesicke, Peter (2), Lorenz, Sören (3) and the E&E Data Hub Team (1) GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences, (2) KIT Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, (3) GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany
13. Raising FAIRness in health data and health research performing organisations: the FAIR4Health consortium Shanmugasundaram Venkataraman FAIR4Health
14. Apply the RDA recommendations to Portuguese research groups Jéssica Barbosa Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto
15. Southern Ocean data: A community effort to build a data ecosystem Pip Bricher, Petra ten Hoopen, Joana Beja, and the Southern Ocean Observing System Data Management Sub-Committee Southern Ocean Observing System
16. Qualification in the Ecosystem Data Management Heike Neuroth, Laura Rothfritz, Claus Spiecker University of Applied Sciences, Potsdam, Germany
17. The Helmholtz Metadata Collaboration (HMC) – addressing the metadata problem Lorenz, Sören; Emanuel Söding (1); Denker, Michael (2); Finke, Ants (3); Langenbach, Christian (4); Stotzka, Rainer (5), Ückert, Frank (6); 1) GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, (2) Forschungszentrum Jülich, (3) Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin, (4) German Aerospace Center (DLR), (5) Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) (6) German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ)
18. RDA in Australia Stefanie Kethers Research Data Alliance/ARDC
19. Data services in NSSDC (China) Wenzhen Ma, Ziming Zou, Jizhou Tong, Yaqin Yuan, Xiaoyan Hu National Space Science Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences
20. A FAIR share of crystallographic data: 17+ years of the Crystallography Open Database Saulius Gražulis Vilnius University Institute of Biotechnology
21. Practice of FAIR data at National Space Science Data Center of China Yaqin Yuan National Space Science Data Center ,National Space Science Center of Chinese Academy of Sciences
22. Data publication and data citation in solar terrestrial physics in Japan M. Nosé, Y. Murayama, T. Kinoshita, Y. Koyama, M. Nishioka, M. Ishii, M. Kunitake, and K. Imai Nagoya University
23. ReefTEMPS, Network of coastal oceanic sensors, Open access data portal Fiat Sylvie UMR ENTROPIE, IRD, Univ La Réunion, CNRS, Ifremer, Univ Nouvelle-Calédonie
24. PARSEC: Building New Tools for Data Sharing and Reuse through a Transnational Investigation of the Socioeconomic Impacts of Protected Areas Shelley Stall American Geophysical Union
25. Curating Historical Statistics Data on Baltic Countries in 1897-1939: Providing Data with Rich Metadata Vaidas Morkevičius, Giedrius Žvaliauskas Kaunas University of Technology, Vilnius University
26. Open Data Culture: Sustaining organisational support for open data programs Bernadette Hyland-Wood The University of Queensland, School of Political Science and International Studies
27. Implementing FAIR in data sharing: who are the stakeholders and what are their responsibilities? Romain David, Laurence Mabile, Alison Specht, Sarah Stryeck, Mogens Thomsen, Mohamed Yahia, Laurent Dollé, Anne Cambon-Thomsen MISTEA, INRAE, Montpellier SupAgro, Université de Montpellier, Montpellier, INSERM-Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse III, SEES-TERN, the University of Queensland, Australia, ...
28. A field guide to: data driving by and flying high Freyja van den Boom Bournemouth University/ CIPPM, UK , RDA Co-Chair (together with Jane Wyngaard) WG: WELDD
29. Dynamic Data Citation for Data Provenance on Smart Data Platform Koji Zettsu National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
30. Curated, Aggregated and Indexed: Find and Submit Research Data Skillbuilding Training Resources in the ESIP-hosted Data Management Training Clearinghouse William Michener, Karl Benedict, Nancy J. Hoebelheinrich University of New Mexico (WM, KB); Knowledge Motifs LLC (NJH)
32. RDA National Node Lithuania: Awareness Raising and Support for Research Data Management Ieva Ceseviciute and Gintare Tautkeviciene Kaunas University of Technology
33. NBDC - as a hub for FAIRness of life science data in Japan Shigeru Yatsuzuka, Jun-ichi Onami, Tomoe Nobusada, Satoko Sakai, Atsuko Miyazaki, Toshihisa Takagi National Bioscience Database Center, Japan Science and Technology Agency / Toyama University of International Studies
34. Supporting research data management and use of FAIR principles in citizen science projects by university libraries Jitka Stilund Hansen Technical University of Denmark
35. Collaborative management of institutional assets in the HKU Scholars Hub SiZhe Xiao The University of Hong Kong
36. Data, data everywhere…and yet nowhere. RDM for HDRs Dr Tricia Kelly and Dr Francis Gacenga University of Southern Queensland, Australia
37. Help us get our colleagues interested in data! A living poster Helene N. Andreassen, Andrea L. Berez-Kroeker, Lauren Gawne (Linguistic Data Interest Group) La Trobe University
38. Organizing data folders with #5SDATA method Ville Tenhunen, Siiri Fuchs, Tanja Lindholm, Juuso Ala-Kyyny, Mari Elisa Kuusniemi* University of Helsinki (UH) / Helsinki University Library and University of Helsinki (UH) / Center for Information Technology
39. Data Reviews Online Nicholas May and Ian Thomas RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
40. Reproducible paper template Mohammad Akhlaghi Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias (IAC)
41. New integrations and improved visualisation for imaging data published in GigaDB Nicole Nogoy GigaScience
42. Quilting Storywork: Exploring the way forward for Indigenous Data Sovereignty in Canada through Global Indigenous Knowledges, Storytelling, and Quilting Robyn Rowe PhD student at Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada AND member of the International Indigenous Data Sovereignty Interest Group
43. Data Stewardship Wizard Rob Hooft, Marek Suchánek, Jan Slifka, Vojtěch Knaisl, Robert Pergl DTL/ELIXIR-NL (Rob Hooft) and Czech Technical University in Prague (other authors)
44. LANDRS: Linked And Networked DRoneS J Wyngaard University of Notre Dame
45 NEANIAS Eleni Petra Athena Research and Innovation Center
46 Exploring the mechanisms used to drive internationalization of Higher Education (HE) in Estonia and Denmark Muhammed Abdulai Tallinn University
47 Research overview - chronic stress and neurodegeneration Marta Balog Faculty of Medicine, J. J. Strossmayer University of Osijek
48 The Missing Data - The Relationship Between Legal Requirements and Open Research Data Katarzyna Biernacka, Niels Pinkwart Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
49 Access to satellite data for emergency response Anastasia Kvasha Central European University
50 Pedagogical models around the world - access and sharing of supporting data Urianni Merlin University of Pula
51 Microbes and Policy Caterina Tomulescu, Mișu Moscovici, Roxana Stoica, Mariana Vladu, Maria Petrescu, Adrian Vamanu ICCF & USAMV Bucharest