RDA 7th Plenary Meeting Poster Applications

You are here

Warning message

Submissions for this form are closed.
The RDA 7th 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.

Sharing ideas, research or project developments, results and successful outcomes with the RDA community!  

Posters showcased during the 7th RDA Plenary poster session: 


Poster Title

Submitted by


23 Things: Libraries for Research Data

Michael Witt

Purdue University

A multi-disciplinary research infrastructure for vocabulary creation, management, publication, discovery, access and re-use

Jane Frazier

Australian National Data Service

Building a Real-Time Web Observatory for Big Data Analytics

Ramine Tinati

University of Southampton

CINERGI: Community Inventory of EarthCube Resources for Geoscience Interoperability

Ilya Zaslavsky

San Diego Supercomputer Center, UCSD

Common Language Resources and Technology Infrastructure

Dieter Van Uytvanck


Data Integration and Analysis System (DIAS) : Data and community infrastructure for solving societal issues on earth environment

Asanobu Kitamoto, Akiyuki Kawasaki, Hiroko Kinutani, Katsunori Tamagawa, Ryosuke Shibasaki, Masaru Kitsuregawa, Toshio Koike

National Institute of Informatics, EDITORIA / IIS / CSIS of the University of Tokyo

Data Sharing Infrastructure:  Adoption and Use by an Interdisciplinary Research Team

Morgan Daniels

Vanderbilt University

Defining Responsible Conduct of Research in the Changing Landscape of Scientific Research

Heidi Laine

University of Helsinki

Developing a Digital Data Collection Platform for Wales

Robert Michael Lundin

Cardiff University

Documenting metadata standards related to provenance and context (part 2)

Sarah Ramdeen

UNC at Chapel Hill SILS

Efficient and Interoperable: Linked Data for the Internet of Things

Eugene Siow

University of Southampton

ENVRIplus data for science: software and solutions for environmental research infrastructures

Ari Asmi

University of Helsinki

European Commission e-Infrastructures projects supporting researchers and Open Science Hilary Hanahoe Trust-IT Services & RDA Europe

EVER-EST: a European virtual research environmnet for the Earth Sciences

Helen Glaves

British Geological Survey

GBIF – enabling unparalleled data access for research

Anne-Sophie Archambeau


Information Infrastructure and Workflows for Australia's Integrated Marine Observing System

Natalia Atkins

Integrated Marine Observing System

International On-line Expert Access Panel for Open Science Development

Kamil Wais

University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszow

Management of JAMSTEC Research Cruise Data and Samples to Promote Secondary Use

Kazuyo Fukuda

Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology

Ocean Data Interoperability Platrfor: building a common global framework for marine data management

Helen Glaves

British Geological Survey

OpenMinTeD -- Open Mining Infrastructure for Text and Data

Piotr Przybyła

The University of Manchester

Provenance of things - Describing sample preparation and observation workflows using PROV-O

Simon Cox


RDA-PRAGMA Sprint - Biodiversity Model Replay

Quan  Zhou

Indiana University Bloomington

Social Media for Identification of Transport Related Activities

Emmanouil Chaniotakis


Solving Survey Problems using G.A.s

Mervyn O Luing

The Insight Centre for Data Analytics

SuAVE: Survey Analysis via Visual Exploration

Ilya Zaslavsky

San Diego Supercomputer Center, UCSD

Survey on Research Data Sharing in Earth Environmental Research: Reality in Japanese Research Community

Masafumi Ono

The University of Tokyo

The Death and Life of Great American Cities... and their Data

Nicholas Weber

University of Washington


Rachael Kotarski

British Library

Towards an open data ecosystem for cell migration research

Paola Masuzzo

Ghent University/VIB

Transatlantic ICT Collaboration

Jostein K. Sundet


Uncertainties in geospatial data: Issues from an investigation of landslide initiation thresholds using high resolution RADAR pr

Ben Postance

Loughborough University