RDA 10th 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 10th 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 in a high visibility area during the Plenary lunch and coffee breaks from the 19th to 21st September 2017.

The 2 rounds of posters : 
30 posters on display from September 19th (8:00 EDT) to 20th (11:00 EDT)
30 posters on display September 20th (11:30 EDT) to 21st (13:00 EDT)

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

     

      On display September 19th (8:00 EDT) to 20th (11:00 EDT)
    Poster Title Name & surname Affiliation
    1 The Art and Drudgery of Data Curation Dharma Akmon University of Michigan - ICPSR
    2 A Guide for Reproducible Research Yasmin AlNoamany UC Berkeley
    3 Social Media, Trust, and Open Data: RDA Fellowship Studies Frances Bachstein University of Tennessee; DataONE
    4 EOSCpilot.eu - Supporting the development of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC)  Florence Bénézit EOSCpilot / Trust-IT Services
    5 EUBra-BIGSEA: Europe - Brazil Collaboration of Big Data Scientific Research through Cloud-Centric Applications Ignacio Blanquer EUBra-BIGSEA / I3M-UPV
    6 Surveying discipline-specific data management practices John Borghi California Digital Library
    7 Developing a Data Management Guide for Researchers John Borghi California Digital Library
    8 R Data: An Intuitive Platform to Automate Research Workflow Karim Bouayad-Gervais R Data
    9 Data are the essence of researcher’s life Marta Busse-Wicher University of Cambridge
    10 PUMA: PUblication Metadata Analytics - first results Olly Butters Newcastle University
    11 Qualifying the city for the Pedestrian - a cartographical subject and a current challenge to the public urban planning (São Paul Katia Canova SP Urbanismo
    12 BlueBRIDGE - Competitive Call for data driven SMEs Donatella Castelli  BlueBRIDGE / ISTI-CNR
    13 Expanding the U.S. Federal Data Curation Community: Year 01 at the National Transportation Library Leighton Christiansen National Transportation Library, U.S. Department of Transportation
    14 ImPACT (Infrastructure for Privacy-Assured CompuTations) Jonathan Crabtree Odum Institute UNC Chapel Hill
    15 Endangered Data? Determining Data at Risk Morgan Currie Stanford University
    16 mQoL Living Lab: Behavioural Data Gathering in Mobile Settings via Wearables and Smartphones for Better Quality of Life Alexandre De Masi University of Geneva
    17 Disseminating Open Source Software with Open Data: A Case Study from a Scientific Data Center Robert Downs Columbia University, Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN)
    18 Data Quality Principles Applied to Agricultural Research Debora P Drucker EMBRAPA
    19 Roughness in Cities – Reduction of heat stress in urban structures by micro scale models Marcel Gangwisch Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg
    20 FAIR data management in collaborative projects using BEXIS 2 Roman Gerlach Friedrich-Schiller-University
    21 Identifiers for Scientific Protocols: A report on the state of the art Tom Gillespie UCSD
    22 EVER-EST: creating a virtual research environment for the Earth Sciences Helen Glaves British Geological Survey
    23 Advancing Rights Management Metadata Best Practices across Open and Closed Data Sharing Communities Sam Grabus Drexel University
    24 The Community for Data Integration (CDI): connection and collaboration with the Research Data Alliance Leslie Hsu U.S. Geological Survey
    25 SWORD V3 Project Neil  Jefferies Bodleian Library, University of Oxford
    26 Data2Paper Neil  Jefferies Bodleian Library, University of Oxford
    27 A need for long-term observations: Strategizing Data Rescue of Physical Environmental/Climate Data Alia Khan National Snow and Ice Data Center, University of Colorado - Boulder
    28 Enabling Semantic Data Management in the Biodiversity Domain Friederike Klan Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
    29 Tracing Data - Data Citation Roadmap for Finland Heidi Laine Finnish Committee for Research Data
    30 How Open Data Entrepreneurs Advance Institutional Change Dr. Helen Lasthiotakis Research Associate, Centre for the Study of Canadian and International Higher Education, OISE, University of Toronto
      September 20th (11:30 EDT) to 21st (13:00 EDT)
    31 Ontology of data tasks based on GBIF data papers Kai Li Drexel University
    32 Climate Change Research Data Service in Taiwan Tzu-Ming Liu National Science and Technology Center for Disaster Reduction
    33 Guerrilla Archivist, Decision Engineer or Truth Team?  Next Generation Data Roles, Services and Education Challenges Liz Lyon University of Pittsburgh
    34 Use of Critical Care at the End of Life: Protocol for a National Observational Study Jonathan Mayes Edinburgh University
    35 Unearthing the goldmine of Local Authority data Amy Mizen Swansea University
    36 The World Data System – Your partner in data collaboration Mustapha Mokrane ICSU World Data System
    37 Pluridisciplinary aspects of Natural Language Processing (NLP), text mining and Geographical Information Science (GIS) Ludovic Moncla IRENav
    38 Catalog of Union Data Standards Xin Mou University of Idaho
    39 Data Curation Network: A Cross-Institutional Staffing Model for Curating Research Data Robert Olendorf Penn State University
    40 Data Life Cycle in Practice: An experience report from GFBio Kobkaew Opasjumruskit FSU Jena
    41 Rescuing Southern Ocean mooring data from the depths of filing cabinets David Pasquale University of Colorado
    42 The Curating for Reproducibility (CURE) Consortium Limor Peer Yale University
    43 Common data services supporting multiple research communities and individuals - EUDAT Data Services Caterina Piagentini EUDAT - Research Data Services, Expertise & Technology Solutions
    44 INTERACT: FAIR Data from Cold Region Research Stations Boris Radosavljevic Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research
    45 GTN-P borehole data management towards global assessment of permafrost temperature change Boris Radosavljevic Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research
    46 Towards Indigenous Data Governance in the United States
     
    Desi Rodriguez-Lonebear University of Arizona and University of Waikato
    47 PANGAEA - more than 20 years serving the earth science community with data archiving and publication Stefanie Schumacher Alfred Wegener Institute, PANGAEA
    48 Research Data Preservation with Archivematica Joel Simpson Walnut Digital Services
    49 Enabling FAIR Data Shelley Stall American Geophysical Union
    50 OpenAIRE-Connect: Introducing and Implementing the Concept of Open Science as a Service Markus Stocker Universität Bremen
    51 Analyzing and Improving the Performance of  Dynamic Message Sign Shefang Wang Iowa State University-Institute for Transportation
    52 Big Data Curation & Education: Training Students to Crawl The Web For Neuroscience Data Joe Webb Iowa State University
    53 Virtual Reality:  Exploring Data in New Directions and Dimensions Becca Wilson Newcastle Universoty
    54 Developing a Framework to Guide Public Health Functions when utilizing data from Online Health Communities Lorinette S. Wirth Saint Louis University
    55 EarthCube Council of Data Facilities Registry Prototype Michael Witt Purdue University
    56 Three-Dimensional Data at Origin: Mapping Methods to Publishing Infrastructure Jamie Wittenberg Indiana University
    57 Weaving Data Fabric for the Empirical Humanities: Flexible Metadata, Meshwork, and Other Challenges Vivian Wong University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
    58 NBDC – The central infrastructure for data repository and portal for open life science data in Japan SHIGERU YATSUZUKA National Bioscience Database Center
    59 SuAVE: a New Tool for Exploratory Collaborative Analysis of Image Collections and Surveys Ilya Zaslavsky San Diego Supercomputer Center, UCSD
    60 EarthCube Data Discovery Hub: Enhancing, Curating and Finding Data across Multiple Sources Ilya Zaslavsky San Diego Supercomputer Center, UCSD