Plenary4 Colocated Events

 

23 September 2014


Crowd Computing 2014   

At the Big Data Value Centre in Almere, in the Amsterdam Metropolitan region, the International Desktop Grid Federation will organise the Crowd Computing 2014 event, September 23-25, 2014. The event kicks off on the 23rd of September with a one-day tutorial, followed by a technical meeting of the International Desktop Grid Federation. A workshop about Citizen Science Technology Platforms concludes the three-day event.   

24 September 2014


3rd EUDAT Conference: Bringing Data Infrastructures to Horizon 2020   (day 1)

The 3rd EUDAT Conference will address topical themes in the area of data infrastructures, including how to:

  • put research communities in the driving seat of data-infrastructure development: reflections on governance models, working practices, roles and responsibilities.
  • bridge national and European solutions in the area of data infrastructure and data management.
  • address the data-infrastructure divide between disciplines, communities and countries, as well as fostering European cohesion.
  • offer trustworthy and sustainable data infrastructures through policy implementation including certification, open access & licensing and approaches to funding models.
  • enable e-Infrastructure and data-infrastructure collaboration with practical examples of FP7 experiences and lessons learnt for the new H2020 programme.

For more information & registration - http://www.eudat.eu/3rd-eudat-conference

Data Seal of Approval (DSA) Conference 2014

An interesting program planned, topics cover a basic overview of the Data Seal of Approval, including how to apply for the DSA; DSA and the European Research Infrastructures; case studies; and the DSA-WDS Partnership Working Group and its goals. Register here
The DSA is an initiative begun by DANS in the Netherlands to provide basic certification to data repositories, ensuring the preservation of valuable digital assets into the future.

For more information contact Ingrid.dillo (at) dans.knaw.nl

The Dutch Data Prize Ceremony

For more information contact heiko.tjalsma (at) dans.knaw.nl

APARSEN/EUDAT/SCIDIP-ES/DPHEP Joint data preservation Workshop

           ‘Safeguarding our Scientific, Educational and Cultural Heritage’ - 09:00 - 18:00

Registration is FREE including lunch and refreshments and is open to all, but places are limited so please ensure you register early. 
Registration open now and full programme details will be available shortly: http://www.alliancepermanentaccess.org/index.php/about/aparsen/aparsen-w...
If you have any queries or require any further information please contact: Krystina Giaretta, APA Office Managerat:  office (at) alliancepermanentaccess.org

ODIN ORCID and DataCite: Towards Holistic Open Research

Wednesday September 24 2014 - 13:30-17:00 - The ODIN project has been working since 2012 to link researchers to their datasets using PIDs in real-world research systems. The team have examined the landscape as it evolves with input from an international group of experts in the field and built practical tools to enable others to link PIDs. We would like to invite all those interested in research data citation, management, policy, evaluation and systems to join us for the ODIN project final event. We are delighted that additional context and experience will be provided by the keynote speakers for the day, Dr Merce Crosas, Director of Data Science at IQSS, Harvard University, and Dr Simon Hodson, Executive Director of CODATA.

Registration is open at http://odin.eventbrite.com

EGI Conference on Solutions and Challenges for Big Data Processing   (day 1)

  • Venue: Amsterdam Science Park, Amsterdam
  • For more information contact  Tiziana.Ferrari (at) egi.eu

Crowd Computing 2014

At the Big Data Value Centre in Almere, in the Amsterdam Metropolitan region, the International Desktop Grid Federation will organise the Crowd Computing 2014 event, September 23-25, 2014. The event kicks off on the 23rd of September with a one-day tutorial, followed by a technical meeting of the International Desktop Grid Federation. A workshop about Citizen Science Technology Platforms concludes the three-day event.

25 September 2014


3rd EUDAT Conference: Bringing Data Infrastructures to Horizon 2020   (day 2)

The 3rd EUDAT Conference will address topical themes in the area of data infrastructures, including how to:

  • put research communities in the driving seat of data-infrastructure development: reflections on governance models, working practices, roles and responsibilities.
  • bridge national and European solutions in the area of data infrastructure and data management.
  • address the data-infrastructure divide between disciplines, communities and countries, as well as fostering European cohesion.
  • offer trustworthy and sustainable data infrastructures through policy implementation including certification, open access & licensing and approaches to funding models.
  • enable e-Infrastructure and data-infrastructure collaboration with practical examples of FP7 experiences and lessons learnt for the new H2020 programme.

For more information & registration - http://www.eudat.eu/3rd-eudat-conference

 
Please respond to our call for posters
For more information contact m.worring (at) uva.nl

EGI Conference on Solutions and Challenges for Big Data Processing   (day 2) 

  • Venue: Amsterdam Science Park, Amsterdam
  • For more information contact  Tiziana.Ferrari (at) egi.eu

RECODE Workshop WP5: Policy guidelines for open access and data preservation and dissemination

For more information contact vkala (at) ekt.gr

Science Europe Working Group on Research Data (closed meeting)

  • For more information contact Maud.Evrard (at) scienceeurope.org
 
 

 

Crowd Computing 2014

At the Big Data Value Centre in Almere, in the Amsterdam Metropolitan region, the International Desktop Grid Federation will organise the Crowd Computing 2014 event, September 23-25, 2014. The event kicks off on the 23rd of September with a one-day tutorial, followed by a technical meeting of the International Desktop Grid Federation. A workshop about Citizen Science Technology Platforms concludes the three-day event.

26 September 2014


CReATIVE-B: Workshop 'Global Roadmap for biodiversity research infrastructures'
  • Venue: Brussels, Belgium
  • For more information contact J.L.Konijn (at) uva.nl

EGI Conference on Solutions and Challenges for Big Data Processing   (day 3)

  • Venue: Amsterdam Science Park, Amsterdam
  • For more information contact  Tiziana.Ferrari (at) egi.eu

If you want to organize a co-located event around the RDA P4 meeting in De Meervaart Conference Center please contact Lisa de Leeuw at lisa.de.leeuw(at)dans.knaw.nl