RDA 9th Plenary - Poster Session

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The RDA Plenaries offer many opportunites for visiblity and knowledge exchange and we would like you to take part in many activities: group meetings; plenary sessions; recommendations, outputs and adoption talks as well as in our Poster session encouraging you to communicate about your work in a creative and personal way, stimulating questions and discussion.

The RDA 9th Plenary meeting will host a poster session offering participants the possibility to showcase their work to an audience of data practitioners, computer scientists, researchers, policy makers and private sector representatives.The goal of the session is to facilitate the sharing of ideas, research or project developments, results and successful outcomes with the full RDA Community! 

The posters are scheduled to be on display during the Plenary lunch and coffee breaks from the 5th to 7th April 2017.

Note!  Posters, in vertical format with dimensions of 70cm x 100cm, should be printed and delivered directly by applicants.


Poster Title Name & surname Affiliation
1 A metadata scheme of the software-data relationship: literature review Kai Li Drexel University
2 A Proposal for an Empirical Humanities and Interpretive Social Sciences Infrastructure Initiative Lindsay Poirier Rensselaer Polytechnic Instiute
3 An Update on Machine-Actionable Data Management Plans Stephanie Simms California Digital Library
4 Application of INDIGO-DataCloud solutions to the development of an automatic workflow for Molecular Dynamics simulations Antonio Rosato University of Florence
5 Archiving the Legacy of the Research Data Alliance Elise Dunham University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
6 Automated High-Performance Digitisation of Natural History Biological Collections Zhengzhe Wu Digitarium, University of Eastern Finland
7 Bioassay Ontology and Provenance Jacob Bloom Collaborative Drug Discovery, Inc.
8 BlueBRIDGE - Competitive Call for data driven SMEs Donatella Castelli  BlueBRIDGE / ISTI-CNR
9 BonaRes Soil Research Data Repository:  A Workflow Model and Key Components Carsten Hoffmann Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF)
10 Collaborative Open Plant Omics Felix Shaw The Earlham Institute
11 Common data services supporting multiple research communities and individuals - EUDAT Data Services Sara Garavelli EUDAT / Trust-ItServices 
12 Connecting local to global: Sensorweb hub as an infrastructure  for  research data sharing Tiziana De Filippis CNR-IBIMET
13 Creative Commons Licensing of Gridded Population of the World Version 4 (GPWv4) Data at SEDAC Robert Chen CIESIN, Columbia University
14 CyVerse UK: cyberinfrastructure to share bioinformatics data and applications Alice Minotto Earlham Institute
15 Data challenges for urban community resilience: A case study of Boulder, Colorado, USA Arika Virapongse Ronin Institute
16 Data Publication at the University of Porto with Dendro, CKAN and EUDAT B2Share Cristina Ribeiro INESC TEC—Engineering Faculty, University of Porto
17 Designing and Implementing a Helpdesk to Support Research Data Management Martina Zilioli CNR-IREA
18 Discover Social Science Data: gesisDataSearch Brigitte Hausstein GESIS Leibniz Institute for Social Sciences
19 Distributed Archive Prototype for the Cherenkov Telescope Array Eva Sciacca / Stefano Gallozzi / Angelo Antonelli / Alessandro Costa INAF - Astrophysical Observatory of Catania / INAF - Astronomical Observatory of Rome / ASDC, ASI-Science Data Center
20 Earth Science Information Partners Semantic Technology Committee Beth Huffer Earth Science Information Partners Semantic Technology Committee
21 EOSCPilot European Open Science Cloud for Research Pilot Project  Lorenza Panelli EOSCPilot/Trust-It Services
22 EUBra-BIGSEA: Europe - Brazil Collaboration of Big Data Scientific Research through Cloud-Centric Applications Ignacio Blanquer EUBra-BIGSEA / I3M-UPV
23 Evaluating and Documenting Interdisciplinary Data to Support Research and Applications Robert Downs Columbia University, Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN)
24 Grassroots Infrastructure: An interoperable data repository for plant science Xingdong Bian Earlham Institute
25 How Do Researchers Trust Data In New and Emerging Scientific Domains? Peter Darch University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
26 Improving marine ecological data lifecycle through Open Science Principles Annalisa Minelli CNR ISMAR
27 INDIGO - DataCloud Better Software for Better Science  Sara Pittonet-Gaiarin INDIGO -DataCloud / Trust-ItServices
28 Islandora as a repository platform (also) for research data Stefan Kramer American University Library
29 LEARN: Addressing Research Data Management Needs Friedel Grant LIBER Europe
30 Managing Heterogeneous Scientific Data at the Advanced Photon Source, the USA’s Busiest Synchrotron User Facility Nicholas Schwarz Argonne National Laboratory
31 Managing the life cycle of research data by combining the use of semantics and metadata Esther Pertiñez IFCA-CSIC
32 Modelling a changing world: overcoming the technical challenges of disparate data access Malcolm Wolski Griffith University
33 Unlocking the Australian Archives Malcolm Wolski Griffith University
34 NBDC – The central infrastructure for data repository and portal for open life science data in Japan Shigeru Yatsuzuka National Bioscience Database Center
35 Open research data portal for the plant health sector Baldissera Giovani European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization
36 Perspectives on Data Discovery in Agriculture Through Metadata Adam Kriesberg University of Maryland College of Information Studies
37 PlantPhenoDB – a data repository compliant with the guidelines for plant phenotypic data description Hanna Cwiek-Kupczynska Institute of Plant Genetics, Polish Academy of Sciences
38 PUMA: PUblication Metadata Analytics Becca Wilson University of Bristol
39 REDIA: The Future of Agriculture Research Data in Spain Antonio Sánchez-Padial INIA
40 Research Agenda Development of Scientific Researchers Christopher Eaker University of Tennessee
41 Research Data Management Services in France Violaine Rebouillat Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers
42 Results of IndexMed GRAIL Days 2016: How to use standards to build GRAphs and mIne data for environmentaL research? Romain David IMBE - INEE - Centre National à la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS)
43 Streamlining data discovery in ecological research Jillian Dunic Simon Fraser University
44 Supporting the Data Life Cycle with the MASi Repository Ralph Mueller-Pfefferkorn Technische Universität Dresden, Center for Information Services and High Performance Computing
45 Supporting the H2020 Open Research Data Pilot Tony Ross-Hellauer State and University Library Goettingen
46 Technologies and Methods Used at the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) to Serve Solar Irradiance Data for NASA Anne Wilson Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP)
47 The Dendro data management platform: Bringing data to life even before the repository João Rocha da Silva Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto / INESC TEC
48 The ECOSCOPE infrastructure, a data centre to facilitate access to observation data and data sharing for biodiversity research Anna Cohen FRB
49 The Media Digitization and Preservation Initiative: A Case Study Devan Ray Donaldson Indiana University
50 Navigating the unfolding Open Data landscape in ecology and evolution     Antica Culina Netherlands Institute of Ecology NIOO-KNAW
51 Volcanoes: Hot or Not? A neural network perspective. Hannah Moss-Davies Coventry University
52 Volunteered Geographic Information and OpenStreetMap: Experimentations and perspectives Marco Minghini Politecnico di Milano
53 Workbench and DataDNS: Platforms for Data Management, Access, and Analysis Christine Kirkpatrick, Mike Lambert, Kenton McHenry, David Raila, Kandace Turner, Craig Willis National Data Service, San Diego Supercomputing Center, National Center for Supercomputing Applications
54 Working Group on Fisheries Data Interoperability - Advancements in the context of RDA Anton Ellenbroek FAO


Poster Session timeline: 

  • Call for poster applications opens - 28th January 2017
  • Call for poster applications closes - 12th March 2017 at 23:00 UTC
  • Notifications of acceptance - 15th March 2017

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