FAIR data, FAIRness, FAIR compliance: did you also stumble upon the capitalized version of “fair” often in the past couple of months? Did you sometimes wonder what this acronym means exactly in relation to your own work or for the research community in general? Or do you know about the FAIR principles in detail and would like to get to know more about some of the most recent discussions on that topic? Then the webinar 'FAIR data in practice: From FAIRy tale to FAIR enough' organized by DANS is interesting for you.
In this webinar the RDA GEDE will present the concept of Digital Objects (DO), discuss it from a computer science and domain science perspective and present the DO Interface Protocol (DOIP).
From 4 to 6 December at the ICT 2018 exhibition in Vienna, EOSC-hub, OpenAIRE, RDA Europe and FREYA projects are opening a joint booth in the European Commission Village. It is designed to be a focal point of discussions about sharing and opening science, transforming policy-making and society via informed decision-making.
The 11th SWAT4HCLS on December 03-06, 2018 in Antwerp, Belgium
The Research Center "Athena", in the framework of the European projects OpenAIRE, infrastructure for Open Science in Europe, and the RDA Europe 4, the European plug-in of Research Data Alliance (RDA), is organizing a two-day symposium entitled: "Open Science in the Greek research ecosystem: research processes, research data and partnerships". The symposium is organised in the context of OpenAIRE, RDA-Europe and HELIX projects and will take place in Athens, between 29 and 30 November.
in Athens (Athinais).
Location: Sydney, Australia
Theme: “Together Towards Tomorrow. Discover, Invent, Educate in the plasmic realm of Physics’’
Learn more at https://plasmaphysics.enggconferences.com/
The 17th edition of OnTheMove (OTM 2018) as before is a uniquely federated event composed of three interrelated yet complementary scientific conferences that together attempt to span a relevant range of the advanced research on, and cutting-edge development and application of, information handling and systems in the wider current context of ubiquitous distributed computing.
The goal of this workshop is to train researchers in Research Data Science (RDS). RDS refers to the principles and practice of Open Science and research data management and curation, the use of a range of data platforms and infrastructures, large scale analysis, statistics, visualization and modelling techniques, software development and data annotation. These are important tools for extracting useful information from data and these tools are useful in every research area. A 10-day workshop, organized by CODATA, ICTP and EAIFR, will be conducted at the University of Rwanda, Kigali to introduce participants to the skills of RDS.
On Monday October 15th, the University of Teramo - Graduation Hall | Faculties of Political Science – Communication Science, organizes the *2nd Meeting and roundtable on "Open Science: Science as Heritage. How to participate opening Science and its Data". The roundtable is mainly for PhD students, Researchers and Librarians.
Aims and scope. Exponential growth of data practically in all human activity areas, consolidating role to be played by informatics and IT for the development of methods and facilities for data analysis and management in various data intensive domains (DID), study of experience in applying these methods and stimulating their advancement have motivated organization of this conference.