RDA's 12th Plenary - Poster Session

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The 12th RDA Plenary meeting will be having Poster Sessions on each plenary day which will give you the opportunity to showcase your work to your peers, members of the RDA community.

Take this opportunity to speak about your work while contributing to consolidate an environment of open collaboration and knowledge exchange. Past poster sessions have successfully facilitated the sharing of ideas and updates on various research and project developments and have put their works in the spotlight. It's also a great opportunity to unveil your project and research results and successful outcomes with the RDA's engaging community of computer scientists, policy makers, data practitioners, and researchers as well as private sector representatives. 

Poster Sessions aren't just sideline events. The sessions offer high visibility and opportunities for interaction and feedback from the attendees as they are set in a prominent area during the Plenary meeting lunch and coffee breaks. 

The posters are scheduled to be on display in a high visibility area during the Plenary lunch and coffee breaks from the 5th to the 8th November 2018: 

Please remember that posters should be in vertical format with dimensions of 70cm x 100cm and must be printed and delivered directly by applicants.

No.  Name & surname Affiliation Poster title
1 Karel Charvat Czech Centre for Science and Society, WirelessInfo, Plan4all The INSPIRE Hackathon - A Data Driven Process for Innovation
2 Chandra Shekhar Roy Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS) Historical Data Conversion and Archiving
3 Shigeru Yatsuzuka National Bioscience Database Center NBDC - as a main provider and an evangelist for open data repository and portal of life science data in Japan
4 Wade Bishop University of Tennessee Belmont Forum e-Infrastructures & Data Management Data Skills Curricula Framework: Feedback and Future Directions
5 Talapady Bhat NIST R&R- a De novo method to create search terms for IUCr journal articles
6 Edward Mukiibi Kyambogo University, Uganda Democratization of access to health research benefits in Uganda
7 Stephanie Simms California Digital Library 10 Principles for Machine-Actionable Data Management Plans
8 Fernando Aguilar IFCA eXtreme-DataCloud Solutions to support Environmental Data Life Cycle management
9 Jose Benito Gonzalez Lopez CERN/Zenodo Statistics Do Count
10 Jose Benito Gonzalez Lopez CERN/Zenodo DOI versioning done right
11 Robert Downs Columbia University, Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN) Integrated Open Data to Improve Decision-Making for Weather-Related Disaster Management
12 Jamie Wittenberg Indiana University SBD-Gateway: A Cloud-based Infrastructure for Sharing Research Data
13 Roman Gerlach Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena Navigating the long tail - Towards practical guidance for researchers on how to select a repository for long tail data
14 Jianjun Chen National Astronomical Observatories of China Data Release of LAMOST Spectroscopic Survey
15 Michael Schuh DESY Photon and neutron science use-cases for event-driven cloud applications build on Function-as-a-Service in EOSC, XDC and DEEP
16 Julien Barde IRD, Institute for Research and Development Let's be FAIR: Data Managament Plans managed with R programming language
17 Ilya Zaslavsky San Diego Supercomputer Center, UCSD From large-scale data discovery to data exploration: EarthCube Data Discovery Hub
18 Ilya Zaslavsky San Diego Supercomputer Center, UCSD Integrating Visual Data Exploration and Data Science Tools in SuAVE.
19 Karel Charvat Czech Centre for Science and Society, WirelessInfo, Plan4all European e-Infrastructure for Extreme Data Analytics in Sustainable Development (EUXDAT)
20 Roberto Trasarti CNR - ISTI - KDD Lab SoBigData: Social Mining & Big Data Ecosystem
21 Rebecca Lawrence F1000 Group OSPP-REC: EU’s Open Science Policy Platform recommendations on fostering Open Science
22 Jane Wyngaard Centre for Research Computing, University of Notre Dame Minimal Information Framework for Scientific Data Collection from Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS)
23 Dorothea Strecker Humboldt University of Berlin Literature review of research data reuse
24 Laura Rothfritz FH Potsdam Embedded data stewardship: community-driven quality monitoring of research data management
25 Robyn Rowe Laurentian University Walking the Path of the Turtle: Respectful Data Governance Practices in a First Nations Diabetes Project in Ontario, Canada.
26 Murugesh Viswanathan Botho Univeristy Efficient Tools and architecture for Big Data Analytics
27 Jeremy Kenyon University of Idaho How effective are data management plans in climate adaptation research?
28 Yasemin Turkyilmaz-van der Velden Delft University of Technology Data Stewardship at Delft University of Technology
29 Yuri Demchenko University of Amsterdam Bringing Data to Market: Data Properties as economic goods
30 Anne Thessen Oregon State University Proper Attribution for Curation and Maintenance of Research Collections: Metadata Recommendations of the RDA/TDWG Working Group
31 Sarah Pittonet Trust IT RDA Recommendations
32 Sarah Pittonet Trust IT Grants in Europe
33 Sarah Pittonet Trust IT P13
34 Rossella Aversa CNR-IOM Istituto di Officina dei Materiali   
35 Maja Dolinar University of Ljubljana  
36 Martina Trognitz University of Heidelberg / Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities at the Austrian Academy of Sciences  
37 Ana Slavec Ana Slavec The InnoRenew CoE’s Data Management Plan


If you prefer to print your poster in Botswana you have the following options: 

Express Copy Shop

Plot 2870, Extension 10

PO Box 130 







(+267) 390 6655

(+267) 749 20510


You can contact the event management company for the conference, who will coordinate the printing for you for a price of 782.00BWP (if you send them your files please do so at least a week prior to the conference). The event management company can be reached by e-mail at jacqui@jlcorp.co.bw .