RDA's 19th Plenary - Poster Exhibition

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Accepted poster submissions at RDA's 19th Plenary, part of Internation Data Week 2022

Poster No & Title Main Author Affiliation

1. NIST Open Source Portal Leading to FAIR Software

Gretchen Greene National Institute of Standards and Technology, United States
2. AI Data Archive (AIDA) Gunwoo Lee KISTI, South Korea
3.FAIR Digital Object Concept for composing Machine Learning Training Data Nicolas Blumenröhr KIT, Germany
4. Enhancing PID services towards a more fine-grained granularity level as a base for a FAIR data infrastructure Janete Saldanha Bach GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences, Germany
5. DALDA:Acceleration of Training Dataset Readiness based on an Auto-Labeling Technique Jang Rae-young KISTI, South Korea
6. A common PID Kernel Information Profile for the German Helmholtz Association of Research Centres Thomas Jejkal Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
7. Reproducing Deep Learning experiments: common challenges and recommendations for improvement Jeaneth Machicao Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
8. Checklist Strategies to Improve the Reproducibility of Deep Learning Experiments with an Illustration Ali Ben Abbes Foundation for Research on Biodiversity, France
9. Advancing FAIRness for global air quality data analyses (TOAR-II) Amirpasha Mozaffari Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany

10. Advocating Good Data Practices: From Research Data Repository to Research Data Management

Ming-Syuan Ho Research Center for Information Technology Innovation, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
11. A shared understanding of Sensitive Data: an update on current progress and looking to future work. Kristal Spreadborough University of Melbourne, Australia
12. Controlled Vocabularies and Domain Data Protocols for the Social Sciences: the application of the collaborative building method Yulia Karimova FEUP /INESC TEC, Portugal
13. Data management and stewardship for PalMod-II - Data standardization and dissemination workflows in a large scientific project Swati Gehlot DKRZ (Deutsche Klimarechenzentrum DKRZ, Hamburg), Germany
14. License Clearance Tool: A holistic technical solution addressing legal aspects in FAIR and ORDM Panagiota Koltsida Athena Research Center, Greece
15. The Australian Research Data Commons’s Bushfire Data Challenges program: Driving innovative digital infrastructure for bushfire Stefanie Kethers Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC), Australia
16. NOSCIs and the EU: a blueprint and case study to building and implementing national open science clouds in the SEE region Elli Papadopoulou ATHENA Research & Innovation Center, Greece
17. The French Center for Socio-Political Data’s “Banque de données” Danciu Alina Sciences Po Paris, France

18. A new EFMI working group on FAIR data in Health Research Performing Organizations

Alicia Martinez-Garcia FISEVI, Spain
19. BonaRes Repository – FAIR Research Data Management for agriculture Carsten Hoffmann Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF), Germany
20. Celebrating 10 Years of re3data – The Registry of Research Data Repositories Nina Weisweiler Helmholtz Association, Helmholtz Open Science Office, Germany
21. Data FAIRification in a cross-institutional governance framework: recommendations from the ANR-BRIDGE project Pascal AVENTURIER IRD Délégation Occitanie service IST/MCST, France
22. The Data Management Planning landscape and Argos DMP service automations Elli Papadopoulou ATHENA Research & Innovation Center, Greece
23.  FAIRagro: FAIR Data Infrastructure for Agrosystems Xenia Specka Leibniz-Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research, Germany
24. Agricultural Research Data Management: The ZALF methods database for easy metadata entry Kristin Meier Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research, Germany
25. The Helmholtz Metadata Collaboration (HMC) - addressing metadata in a large research association Christine Lemster GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany
26. Developing Hands-on Session for Research Data Management Training: First implementation and Review Luigia Cristiano Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin, Germany  
27. Lessons learned from applying the FAIR Data Maturity Model to an Instrument in the Physical Sciences Markus Kubin Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin / Helmholtz Metadata Collaboration, Germany
28. Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the Amazon: building an integrated data management system Andre luis Marques Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil
29. Good practices and challenges for sharing multidisciplinary scientific data: how the QUAMPO project fits into the FAIR and open? Clémence Epinoux LIENSs, France
30. Multilingual Data Challenges in Professionalizing Data Stewardship worldwide Romain DAVID ERINHA AISBL (European Research Infrastructure on Highly Pathogenic Agents), Belgium
31. Virtual Microscope as a part of Bridge of Data repository – the slide imaging technology that improves the quality of pathology Magdalena Szuflita-Żurawska Gdansk University of Technology, Poland
32. COPiLOtE (CertificatiOn PoLe OcEan) - Toward the Certification of the Data and Service Centres of the French Ocean Data Cluster ERWANN QUIMBERT Ifremer, France
33. B2FIND - Research Data Discovery across Disciplines Claudia Martens Deutsches Klimarechenzentrum [DKRZ], Germany
34. Challenges in the road toward better FAIR support in downstream climate products Christian Pagé Cerfacs, France
35. Towards an RDA Community of Practice in Earth and Environment: Co-implementing FAIR across E&E Data Infrastructures Emanuel Soeding GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Germany
36. Digital Use Conditions Francis Jeanson Datadex, Canada
37. European Open Science Cloud: How We’re Making it Work Najla Rettberg RDA AISBL, Germany
38. INSITUDE: A Web-Based Platform to Help Data Experts in Data Reception, Tracking, Centralized Management, Validation, and Research Dmitry Khvorostyanov CNRS, LOCEAN/IPSL, France
39. AI Development Lifecycle & Risks: A Systems View Gnana Bharathy Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) [&UTS]