The Digital Curation Centre (DCC) has teamed up with the University of Melbourne to take the 14th edition of the International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC) to Australia.
Read the latest blog post from RDA-US Chair Francine Berman on data privacy regulation and her perspective on what the RDA community can provide to the public sector. Comments are welcome!
The Associate Director will hold a Master’s degree in information technology, natural, library or engineering sciences. The candidate will have five (5) years of direct and hands-on experience leading the development and integration of complex data and information systems in the context of international or multi-partner scientific data and information management collaborations.
An initial group of European organisations have been funded as RDA nodes to support improved effective national research systems, with the final aim of fostering an open European labour market for researchers, thus facilitating mobility, supporting training and ensuring attractive careers.
The Royal Irish Academy is seeking applications to fill the position of Project Manager at the Digital Repository of Ireland. This specific purpose contract is expected to last for two and a half years.
Authored by RDA-US Chair Dr. Francine Berman, RDA member Victoria Stodden and several other data experts (Rob Rutenbar, Brent Hailpern, Henrik Christensen, Susan Davidson, Deborah Estrin, Michael Franklin, Margaret Martonosi, Padma Raghavan, Alexander S. Szalay), this article focuses on the evolution of the field of data science.
In December 2017, the RDA Council Nominations Committee issued a call for nominations for three open Council positions. In response to this call, several RDA members were nominated for consideration by the RDA community. The Nominations Committee reviewed these nominations and presented a slate of candidates to the RDA Community in March 2018. Read more>>
The Research Data Alliance (RDA) launched in 2013, and the Outputs of the RDA community are driving changes all over the data landscape. However, there is much more that can be done to support greater impact from RDA Outputs (by which we mean both Recommendations, produced by RDA Working Groups, and Supporting Outputs, produced by RDA Working or Interest Groups).
The RDA 11th Plenary will be held in Berlin, 21 to 23 March 2018, gathering leading data scientists and practitioners, policy makers and private sector representatives.