[Geo4All] Fw: [Rda-eu-chairs] RDA, research data and the Data Economy building blocks - RDA EU Innovation Forum, 30 January 2017, Brussels
Suchith.Anand at nottingham.ac.uk
Tue Jan 23 06:27:23 PST 2018
This might be of wider interest to those working in Data Science.
From: Rda-eu-chairs on behalf of Timea Biro
Sent: 23 January 2018 13:54
Subject: [Rda-eu-chairs] RDA, research data and the Data Economy building blocks - RDA EU Innovation Forum, 30 January 2017, Brussels
We hope this short announcement would be of interest to you. You are kindly invited to join the discussion on the role of research data in the Data Economy context and the RDA contribution to the different Data Economy building blocks at the upcoming RDA EU Data Innovation Forum<https://rd-alliance.org/rdaeu-data-innov-forum-2018>, 30 January 2018, Brussels. https://rd-alliance.org/rdaeu-data-innov-forum-2018.
Note that the central session of the meeting will be focused on discussing the RDA Recommendations, bridging research and private sector, implementation and use cases, lessons learnt. The discussion will also touch upon the ICT Technical Specification process and on collecting input on how to improve the Recommendations metadata and release packages, to which we would particularly appreciate your contribution.
This will be complemented by an Opening session focused on the policy aspects and challenges of the Data Economy and a final session discussing blockchain and related future topics to be incorporated in the future agenda of the RDA groups.
Please find the detailed announcement below and online at https://rd-alliance.org/rdaeu-data-innov-forum-2018
Registration is free of charge and open to all https://rd-alliance.org/registration-rdaeu-data-innov-forum-2018
We look forward to welcoming you to Brussels.
European researchers, data service and infrastructure providers and private sector representatives are invited to join the discussion on the role of research data in the Data Economy context and the RDA contribution to the different Data Economy building blocks at the upcoming RDA EU Data Innovation Forum<https://rd-alliance.org/rdaeu-data-innov-forum-2018>, 30 January 2018, Brussels. https://rd-alliance.org/rdaeu-data-innov-forum-2018.
The goal of the event is to collect and converge the different perspectives and push forward new innovative ideas in the overall context of the challenges and opportunities of the European Data Economy and data-driven innovation in Europe mapped to ongoing activities or future challenges to be addressed by RDA WGs & IGs.
The event is structured on around 3 core sessions:
* Finding a common ground: Industry, research data and the EU Data Economy - Discussing challenges for research and industry data in the context of the European Data Economy, common ground and points of convergence
* Facilitating data management, sharing & re-use – RDA Technical & social bridges/solutions - The session will be dedicated to presenting RDA cross-sector research and Industry solutions, implementation and use cases, lessons learned.
* Opportunities to shape future data research - blockchain, what is it for and its limitation - Panel to discuss a selection of topics where research and industry meet and how these can be incorporated in the current or future agenda of the RDA and the RDA groups
REGISTRATION NOW<https://rd-alliance.org/registration-rdaeu-data-innov-forum-2018> - it is free of charge and open to all: https://rd-alliance.org/registration-rdaeu-data-innov-forum-2018
We will be joined by industry representatives as well as RDA community drivers:
* Paolo Budroni, Vienna University of Technology: Data Management Policies for SMEs
* Anna Garcia Robles, Secretary General of Big Data Value Association (BDVA): Data Management at large scale
* Irina Kupiainen, CSC - IT Center for Science, RDA EU Statement on the EU Data Economy
* Peter McQuilton, FAIRsharing.org / University of Oxford: FAIRsharing registry
* Edwin Morley Fletcher, Lynkeus: Applying blockchain in Health sector
* Stefano Nativi, CNR-IIA & JRC - Brokering governance
* Monique Morrow: Humanized Internet: Providing Self-Verification Capabilities via Blockchain
* Andreas Rauber, Vienna University of Technology: Data Citation
* Raphael Ritz, Max Planck Society: Data Foundation & Terminology
* Visa Vallivaara, VTT: Applying blockchain to increase trust in AI
* Peter Wittenburg, Max Planck Society: Short Introduction of blockchain and its possible role in IoT data trading
Venue: The Hotel Brussels, Boulevard de Waterloo 38, 1000
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