As a new PhD with the Irish Research Council (IRC), being invited to participate in the Research Data Alliance (RDA) 3rd plenary meeting was an opportunity to meet new people of varied disciplines and background’s from all around the world with a common vision, data alliance. Host infection and regenerative medicine are my research areas so I felt that my work was only loosely connected to the open access data theme of the RDA.
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Long Tail of Research Data Interest Group
Friday 28th of March 2014, 11:00-12:30 and 14:00-15:30
By Artemis Lavasa – CERN & ATEITH (Greece)
BoF WG Big Data Infrastructure BDI
RDA Plenary 3
Croke Park Conference Centre, Dublin, Ireland
Wednesday 26th March 2014, 15:30 – 17:00
By the time the session on Big Data Infrastructure (BDI) began at 15:30, every seat in the room was filled. As time went on, more and more delegates joined the session to hear Wo Chang and learn about the working group’s activities since the last plenary.
The 3rd Plenary Meeting of the Research Data Alliance (RDA) took place between 26-28/3/2014 in Dublin Ireland. It was my 2nd participation in a row to an RDA plenary meeting and I managed to organize my trip (even at the last moment) and be there.
Croke Park, Dublin, Ireland, is the principal stadium for Gaelic football. On 26–28 March, 2014, the stadium’s conference center was the stadium for the RDA 3rd Plenary. I headed to the stadium to find out what the RDA Plenarys – and Gaelic football are all about.