Date: 4 April 2017
Time: 08:30-13:00 / 14:00-16:30
Type of event: Associated event.
Target Audience: Research managers, Librarians, Researchers, Project coordinators, Data archive managers, Repository managers, IT Specialist, Policy development managers and policy consultants.
Venue: University of Barcelona (Aula Magna, Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, 585 Barcelona) - https://goo.gl/maps/HvX5cUgvJ5U2.
- Video recordings channel: https://vimeo.com/channels/openaireworkshop8
- Slideshare clipboard: https://www.slideshare.net/OpenAIRE_eu/clipboards/8th-openaire-worlshop
Whether measurements from sensors, results from simulations or interview recordings, modern scholarship generates incredible amounts of digital information which, properly kept and shared, holds the potential to drive new research and innovation. Recognising this, funders are implementing policies for RDM and data sharing, such as the Horizon 2020 Open Research Data Pilot, which aims to improve and maximise access to the research data generated by EU-funded projects. This growing interest in open access, preservation and dissemination of research data, however, brings with it a number of legal challenges in areas including intellectual property considerations, data protection and privacy.
This 8th OpenAIRE workshop will explore legal hindrances and possible solutions to open up research data. It will examine the issues and acquaint the audience with a critical understanding of the key legal issues surrounding open research data, including data protection, IPR and PSI and foster data sharing and re-use by giving pragmatic direction and concrete recommendations to stakeholders on what are their legal obligations and how best to negotiate them. The workshop will be also the opportunity to discuss the new OpenAIRE legal study (summary here) and to present the data anonymization service developed by the OpenAIRE IT experts.
08:30-09:00 - Registration
09:00-09:30 - Welcome and OpenAIRE introduction
Oriol Pujol Vila, Vice-Rector for Digital Transformation (University of Barcelona)
Pedro Príncipe, University of Minho (OpenAIRE) [presentation]
Anthony Ross-Hellauer, University of Göttingen (OpenAIRE) [presentation]
09:30-10:30 - The Studies: Legal studies in making data open and interoperable
The Open Research Data Pilot: Personal Data and PSI Rules, Andreas Wiebe and Nils Dietrich, University of Göttingen (OpenAIRE) [presentation]
Legal Interoperability of Research Data: Principles and Implementation Guidelines, Christoph Bruch, Helmholtz Open Science Coordination Office (RDA/CODATA Legal Interoperability Interest Group) [presentation]
10:30-11:00 - The Funders: Lessons learnt
Horizon 2020 Open Research Data Pilot, Jean-Claude Burgelman, Directorate General for Research and Innovation of the European Commission [presentation]
11:00-11:30 - Panel discussion
Moderator: Ignasi Labastida i Juan (University of Barcelona)
Andreas Wiebe and Nils Dietrich, University of Göttingen (OpenAIRE); Christoph Bruch, Helmholtz Open Science Coordination Office (RDA/CODATA Legal Interoperability Interest Group); Jean-Claude Burgelman, Directorate General for Research and Innovation of the European Commission
11:30-12:00 - Coffee & Conversation
12:00-13:30 - Panel: The Infrastructures: services and tools
Moderator: Prodromos Tsiavos (OpenAIRE, EOSCpilot)
Peter Doorn, DANS-KNAW [presentation]
Stelios Piperidis, ILSP-ATHENA (CLARIN-EL, OpenMinted) [presentation]
Jordi Rambla De Argila, CRG-Center for Genomic Regulation (European Genome-Phenome Archive at the CRG) [presentation]
13:30-14:30 - Lunch & Conversation
14:30-15:45 - Breakouts sessions
1) Text and Data Mining
Moderators: Natalia Manola & Stelios Piperidis; Rapporteur: Iryna Kuchma
2) Data privacy & handling sensitive data
Moderators: Manolis Terrovitis & Nils Dietrich; Rapporteur: Anthony Ross-Hellauer
3) Licenses and access rights
Moderators: Ignasi Labastida i Juan & Andreas Wiebe; Rapporteur: Gwen Frank
15:45-16:00 - Coffee
16:00-16:30 - Wrap-up
Natalia Manola (OpenAIRE) and the breakout sessions rapporteurs: Iryna Kuchma, Anthony Ross-Hellauer, Gwen Frank.
OpenAIRE fosters the social and technical links that enable Open Science in Europe and beyond (www.openaire.eu). OpenAIRE, funded by the European Commission under H2020, is the Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe, based on the network of open access repositories and open access journals. OpenAIRE aims to promote open scholarship and substantially improve the discoverability and reusability of research publications and data.
OpenAIRE is organizing a set of workshops which are raising awareness of OpenAIRE and its associated activities. These outreach workshops are concentrating on the uptake of the Open Access and Open Data EC mandate, other national funders Open Science requirements and also each focusing on a topical subject in infrastructure development that reflects the outcomes of the research studies in OpenAIRE and be open to a wide, diverse audience (+ info: https://www.openaire.eu/workshops/).