RDA 16th Plenary Meeting - Poster Sessions

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03 November 2020 2292 reads

Congratulations to the poster presenters below that were accepted into RDA's 16th Plenary meeting! 

Please ensure to check the VP16 programme, and don't miss the poster sessions, during which the poster presenters will be talking about their work: 

The poster sessions will take place on Streampoint. During the times indicated above, please visit the poster exhibition area to discuss with the presenters and view the submissions. 

We will also be hosting a poster competition. Voting will open on the 9th of November 2020, and close on the 12th of November 2020, 18:00 UTC.


*Please note the poster numbers correspond to each submission and were allocated at acceptance stage. Where a submission was withdrawn this number will be absent from the list below*

Poster title Name & Surname Organisation
2. Automating Semantic Annotation of Drone Captured Scientific Data Jane Wyngaard, Charles Vardeman Centre for Research Computing, University of Notre Dame
3. Utilizing the Scientific Variable Ontology to Generate Machine-Readable Representations of Scientific Variables Maria Stoica University of Colorado, Boulder
4. Narratives on the adoption of research data management practices in Portuguese research groups João Aguiar Castro, Catarina David, Yulia Karimova, Cristina Ribeiro, Irene Rodrigues University of Porto, Faculty of Engineering
5. VODAN BRAZIL - the Brazilian experience at the VIrus Outbreak Data Network Maria Luiza M. Campos, Viviane Veiga, João Moreira, Luiz Bonino, Patricia Henning, Giseli Lopes, Sérgio Cruz and the VODAN BR Team Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ)
6. Scholix links towards a more holistic research communication Fidan Limani, Atif Latif, Klaus Tochtermann ZBW
8. FactStack: Interoperable Data Management and Preservation for the Web and Industry 4.0 Lars Gleim RWTH Aachen University
9. Finding a way out of data horrors: designing a Halloween themed Escape Room Lena Karvovskaya, Elisa Rodenburg, Anne Aarts, Bart Aben, Joanne Yeomans VU Amsterdam
10a. LCT: a licence clearance tool for research outputs re-use Elli Papadopoulou, Christos Liatas, Eleni Toli, Electra Sifakaki, Panoraia Spiliopoulou, Branko Marovic, Natalia Manola, Ognjen Prnjat ATHENA Research & Innovation Center
10b. Implementing the DMP Common Standard on the Argos service for maDMPs Elli Papadopoulou, Georgios Kakaletris, Diamantis Tziotzios ATHENA Research & Innovation Center
11. Supporting OpenAIRE Research Graph Analytics by a Usage Counts Hub Dimitris Pierrakos, Andreas Czerniak ATHENA Research & Innovation Center, Bielefeld University
12. The EGI DataHub: enabling FAIR data management in the EGI Federation Andrea Manzi, Ville Tenhunen, Lukasz Dutka EGI Foundation
13. Targeting the Bullseye of Metadata for Material Samples:Can We Define a Minimum Kernel for Transdisciplinary Interoperability? Lesley Wyborn, S. Ramdeen, K. Lehnert, J. Klump National Computational Infrastructure
14. Developing an Effective Research Data Culture Steve Quenette, David Abramson, Luc Betbeder-Matibet, Rhys Francis, Stephen Giugni, Andrew Janke, Ai-Lin Soo Monash University
15. Challenges in data and software management and sharing at the global level: the case of the PARSEC project Shelley Stall, P Correa, R David, R Edmonds, A Heredia, L Mabile, J Machiato, Y Murayama, M O'Brien, S Santos, A Specht, D Vellenich, L Wyborn American Geophysical Union
16. Repository for machine-actionable Data Management Plans Alexander Selzer, Lucas Berent, Tomasz Miksa TU Wien
17. Data Rescue at the U.S. National Agricultural Library: Case Studies of 3 Hybrid Collections Hilary Szu Yin Shiue, Cooper Clarke, Katrina Fenlon (PI) University of Maryland, College Park
18. FAIR Data Curation Promotes Rapid Response to COVID-19: The iReceptor Project Felix Breden, Brian Corrie; iReceptor/Plus Team Simon Fraser University
19. Assessing Reproducibility when the Data is Confidential Lars Vilhuber Cornell University
20. “Ready 4 BioData Management Programme?” A Capacity Building Programme with Impact João Manuel Fernandes Cardoso, Daniel Faria, Rafael Santos, Marta Silva, Ana M. P. Melo, José Borbinha INESC-ID & BioData.pt
21. DataCite Commons Paul Vierkant, Martin Fenner Datacite
22. The FAIRest Data Set Award: A competition to foster FAIR principles Roman Gerlach, Kevin Lang, Nadine Neute, Jessica Rex, Annett Schröter, Volker U. Schwartze Friedrich-Schiller-University
23. A comprehensive study of the metadata standards used to implement a multidisciplinary, open data repository Piotr Krajewski, Aleksander Mroziński Gdańsk University of Technology
24. Agricultural Research Data Management in Germany-From the BonaRes Repository towards the national research data infrastructure Nikolai Svoboda, Carsten Hoffmann Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) e.V.
25. A User-Centred Approach to Foster RDM in Earth System Sciences by Providing User-Friendly Visualizations Michael Wagner, Arne Rümmler, Christin Henzen, Stephan Mäs, Ralph Müller-Pfefferkorn, Lars Bernard Technische Universität Dresden
26. Data Quality Challenges in Research Data Management for Earth System Science Use Cases Christin Henzen, Stephan Mäs, Arne Rümmler, Michael Wagner, Lars Bernard, Ralph Müller-Pfefferkorn Technische Universität Dresden
27. Research Data Management Workflows: Steps towards Implementing maDMPs Yulia Karimova, Mafalda Lopes; Soraia Ramos; Rita Rb-Silva; Susana Barbosa; Angela Lomba; Megan Potterbusch FEUP / INESC TEC/FPCEUP/ IPO-Porto/ CIBIO-InBIO/GWU
28. The Power of Data Sharing: Data in Brief as a case study Maria Constantin Elsevier
30. Analysis of data journal guidelines in re3data COREF Dorothea Strecker, Maxi Kindling Institut für Bibliotheks- und Informationswissenschaft, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
31a. A Software Citation Primer Daniel S. Katz, Neil P. Chue Hong, Martina Stockhause, Jake Yeston University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
31b. FAIR principles for ML models Daniel S. Katz, Tom Pollard, Fotis Psomopoulos, Elu Huerta, Chris Erdmann, Ben Blaiszik University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
32. A tale of software citation pitfalls Stephanie van de Sandt CERN
33. FAIR4Health: Improving Health Research in EU through FAIR Data Celia Alvarez-Romero Andalusian Health Service - FISEVI
35a. The Turing Way: Reproducible, inclusive, collaborative data science Esther Plomp Delft University of Technology
35b. Open Research Calendar Esther Plomp Delft University of Technology
36. Simultaneously Leveraging Principles to Improve Capabilities for Using Research Data Robert Downs Columbia University, Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN)
37. Issues and obstacles to the sharing of sensitive data in Europe, who are the stakeholders and what are their responsibilities? Romain DAVID ERINHA AISBL (European Research Infrastructure on Highly Pathogenic Agents)
38. Bridges: Connecting the Dots of the Knowledge Ecology Daveed Benjamin Bridgit.io
39. Experiences of implementing a FAIR data sharing policy Matthew Cannon Taylor & Francis Group
40. Ontology-based semantic interoperability on the Virtual Materials Marketplace Martin Thomas Horsch UK Research and Innovation
41. Measuring and Improving the Efficacy of Curation Activities in Data Archives Dharma Akmon University of Michigan - ICPSR
42. PIDforum.org - a global discussion platform about PIDs Ricarda Braukmann Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS)
43. Connecting across campus:Using the Research Infrastructure Self Evaluation Framework (RISE) to survey data services Shannon Sheridan University of Wyoming
44. SoBigData: a research infrastructure for social mining Roberto Trasarti CNR - ISTI - KDD Lab
45. RDA-US: Supporting the growth of US membership, educational initiatives, and RDA output dissemination & adoption Laura Wittcoff RDA
46. RDA Plenary 17, Edinburgh Alex Delipalta Digital Curation Centre
47. The value of using open persistent identifiers in research Ana Cardoso ORCID
48. RCIN - Digital Repository of Scientific Institutes in Poland Tomasz Parkoła Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center
49. EOSC-Synergy: Building capacity and developing capabilities for EOSC Fernando Aguilar CSIC