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DFIG FAIR DO: Project Share June 24

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    Rainer Stotzka
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    Dear all,
    We would like to invite to our next meeting of “RDA Data Fabric IG: FAIR Digital Object”.
    Project Share: 2021, June 24, UTC 15:00
    Meeting room: https://kit-lecture.zoom.us/j/64010304690
    Meeting ID: 640 1030 4690
    Exploring the FAIR Digital Object Framework within Materials Science and Engineering
    Presenter: Zachary Trautt, NIST
    Abstract:
    With the increasing use of data-driven methodologies, concerns around data discovery, data access, and data interoperability have come to the forefront. Beginning in 2019, communities have convened to work towards convergence of three complementary visions: (1) Digital Object Architecture, (2) Linked Data and Semantic Web, (3) FAIR Data Principles. This convergence has formed the emerging FAIR Digital Object Framework. This talk will summarize recent efforts to explore how the materials science and engineering community can leverage these developments. These early efforts have emphasized development of Digital Object Types for typical materials synthesis and characterization activities and how those Types can harness common semantic web technologies.
    Collaborative notes:
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1MuN3hRYd2Qg4UU9vzqMHxBmesNgNgtL7xOaC
    We are looking forward to the presentation and the discussions.
    Best,
    Rainer
    Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
    Steinbuch Centre for Computing (SCC)
    Dr. Rainer Stotzka
    Data Exploitation Methods
    Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
    76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen
    Germany
    fon: +49 721 608 2 4738
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