Programme with presentations

Please be aware this programme may be subject to change.

Monday 22 February

09.00-17.00

 

Atrium Foyer

Workshop Programme

Workshop Registration from 8.30am

19.00-20.00

Pre-Conference Drinks Reception at the Eye Film Institute

Welcome: Hilde van Wijngaarden, University of Amsterdam

 

Tuesday 23 February

08.00-09.30

Atrium Foyer

Conference Registration

Coffee/Tea

09.30-09.40

Matterhorn

Welcome

Kevin Ashley, Director of the Digital Curation Centre

09.40-10.25

Matterhorn

Keynote

'Science as a Social Machine' [Download PDF] - Barend Mons, Professor in Biosemantics, Leiden University Medical Center

Chair: Kevin Ashley, Director of the Digital Curation Centre

10.25-11.00

Atrium Foyer

Coffee/Tea | Poster Exhibition in Zurich 2

11.00-11.30

Matterhorn

"Strategies for improving openness and reproducibility" [Download PDF

 - Andrew Sallans - Partnerships, Collaborations & Funding Manager, Center for Open Science

Chair: Simon Hodson, Executive Director CODATA

11.30-12.30

Matterhorn

Open Data

Panel

Marta Hoffman-Sommer, Open Science Platform, ICM University of Warsaw

Thomas Ingraham, F1000

Fiona Nielsen, CEO DNADigest & Repositive

Jeroen Rombouts, 3TU Datacentrum, TU Delft

Moderator: Phil Archer, W3C Data Activity Lead

12.30-13.30

Silk Road Restaurant

Lunch | Poster Exhibition in Zurich 2

13.30-14.45

Matterhorn

Poster Session including Minute Madness

Chair: Liz Lyon, Visiting Professor, School of Information Sciences (iSchool), University of Pittsburgh

14.45-15.30

 

Demonstrations

1. Archaeology of Reading: An implementation of the IIIF protocol Sayeed Choudhury; Mark Patton; John Abrahams; Organization: Johns Hopkins University

2. Demonstration of BitCurator Environment and BitCurator Access Tools for the Curation of Born-Digital Data Christopher Lee; Organization: University of North Carolina

3. The RMap Project: Capturing and Preserving the Relationships amongst Multi-Part Distributed Works Karen Hanson (1); Sheila Morrissey (1); Aaron Birkland (2); Tim DiLauro (2); Mark Donoghue (3); 1: Portico; 2: Data Conservancy; 3: IEEE

4. Using the Facilitate Open Science Training for European Research (FOSTER) eLearning Portal Nancy Pontika (2); Joy Davidson (1); Eloy Rodrigues (3); Martin Donnelly (1); Organization(s): 1: DCC; 2: Open University; 3: University of Minho

 

Winterthur

St Gallen

Laussane

Luzern

14.45-15.05

Demo 1

Demo 2

Demo 3

Demo 4

15.05-15.10

Transition

Transition

Transition

Transition

15.10-15.30

Demo 1 repeat

Demo 2 repeat

Demo 3 repeat

Demo 4 repeat

16.00-17.30

 

Birds of a Feather sessions

Winterthur - Enabling access to sensitive data

St Gallen - Data Visulaisation

Laussane - Data capabilities

Luzern - Metadata schemas

20.00-22.00

Matterhorn

Conference Dinner

Wednesday 24 February

List of Research & Practice Papers that will be presented in the Parallel Sessions

08.30-09.00

Atrium Foyer

Coffee/Tea

09.00-09.05

Matterhorn

Welcome

Kevin Ashley, Director of the Digital Curation Centre

09.05-09.45

Matterhorn

Keynote

"The Problem with Invisible Infrastructures: big data, social research and the challenge for curation" [Download PDF] Susan Halford, Director of University of Southampton Web Science Institute

Chair: Kevin Ashley, Director of the Digital Curation Centre

09.45-10.00

Transition Time

 

Matterhorn

Zurich 1

Zurich 2

10.00-11.00

A1: Social science data practices

B1: Big science and the long tail

C1: Data Citation

10.00-10.30

A Report of Data Intensive Capability Institutional Support and Data Management Practices in Social Sciences 

[Download PDF]

Wei Jeng

 

Metadata and Reproducibility: A Case Study of Gravitational Wave Research Data

[Download PDF]

Jian Qin & Brian Dobreski

The location of citation: changing practices in how publications cite original data in the Dryad Digital Repository

[Download PDF]

Elizabeth Hull

10.30-11.00

Factors influencing research data reuse in social sciences. An exploratory study

[Download PDF]

Renata Curty

Chair: Laurence Horton

Data Management in the Long Tail: Social and Technical Opportunities

[Download PDF]

Milena Golshan & Ashley Sands

Chair: Michael Witt

Data trajectories: tracking reuse of published data for transitive credit attribution

 

[Download PDF]

Paolo Missier

Chair: James Frew

11.00-11.30

Tea & Coffee

 

Matterhorn

Zurich 1

Zurich 2

11.30-12.50

A2: Education & Training

Chair: Carolyn Hank

B2: Metadata and provenance to support data reuse

Chair: Paul Walk

C2: Citation and persistent IDs

Chair: Stuart Lewis

11.30-11.50

Learning by Teaching about RDM: An Active Learning Model for Internal Library Education

[Download PDF]

Eleanor Mattern

Preserving Transactional Data

[Download PDF]

Sarah Thomson

Formalizing an Attribution Framework for Scientific Data/Software Products & Collections

[Download PDF]

Chung-Yi Hou

11.50-12.10

Education for Real-World data Science Roles (Part 2) : A Translational Approach to Curriculum Development

[Download PDF]

Elizabeth Lyon

Using metadata actively

[Download PDF]

Colin Bird

DataCite: Lessons Learned on Persistent Identifiers for Research Data

[Download PDF]

Laura Rueda

12:10-12:30

Discussion

Provenance in support of ANDS' four transformations

[Download PDF]

Andrew Treloar

Persistent Identifiers and Citation Software

[Download PDF]

Catherine Jones

12.30-13.30

Lunch

 

Matterhorn

Zurich 1

Zurich 2

13.30-14.50

A3: Research data services

Chair: Lucie Burgess

B3: Digital Preservation

Chair: Catherine Hardman

C3: Data sharing and reuse

Chair: Ixchel Faniel

13:30-13:50

Establishing a Research Data Management Service at Loughborough University

[Download PDF]

Gareth Cole

Developing a Data Vault

[Download PDF]

Stuart Lewis

Dash: Data Sharing Made Easy at the University of California

[Download PDF]

John Chodacki

13.50-14.10

RDVIA: an open source approach to research data management in the visual arts

[Download PDF]

Carlos Silva

"Filling the Preservation Gap" for Research Data

[Download PDF]

Jenny Mitcham

Dataverse: Helping Researchers Publish Their Data Through Automation

[Download PDF]

Eleni Castro

14.10-14.30

Taking the IR to the Cloud – developing figshare for Institutions at Monash

[Download PDF]

Mark Hahnel & David Groenewegen

The Flashback Project: rescuing disc-based content from 1980’s to the current day

[Download PDF]

Peter May

Building Tools to Facilitate Data Reuse

[Download PDF]

Andrew Treloar

14.30-14.50

Discussion

Discussion

Promoting Interactive Visualisation at the University of Oxford: The Live Data Network

[Download PDF]

Martin Hadley

14.50-15.20

Atrium Foyer

Coffee/Tea

 

Matterhorn

Zurich 1

Zurich 2

15.20-16.00

A4: Strategy and sustainability

Chair: Mary Molinaro

B4: Exploring RDM practices

Chair: Torsten Reimer

C4: Data papers

Chair: Sayeed Choudhury

15:20-15:40

The Future of Data Management Planning: Tools, Policies & Players

[Download PDF]

Stephanie Simms & Sarah Jones

Open Data Meets Digital Curation: An Investigation of Practice and Needs

[Download PDF]

Christopher Lee

Simulation Data of Cold Front-Related Hydrodynamics of Wax Lake Delta, LA

[Download PDF]

Heidi Imker

 

Dataset Evolution: Challenges of reusing data for deeper research

[Download PDF]

Lisa Zillinski

 

Citation Smog: Datasets from the Fumes of a Syllabus Content Analysis Study

[Download PDF]

Carolyn Hank

Discussion

15:40-16:00

Towards a Collaborative National Research Data Management Network

[Download PDF]

Martha Whitehead

Using data management plans to explore variability in research data management

[Download PDF]

Susan Wells Parham & Jake Carlson

16.00-16.05

Transition time to reconvene

16.05-16.30

Matterhorn

Award for Best Research Paper

Award for Best Poster

Presented by Mark Hahnel, CEO, Founder figshare

16.30-17.15

Matterhorn

Summing up

Clifford Lynch, Executive Director, Coalition for Networked Information

Chair: Kevin Ashley, Director of the Digital Curation Centre

17.15-17.30

Matterhorn

Closing Remarks

Kevin Ashley, Director of the Digital Curation Centre

Thursday 25 February

09.00-17.30

Mövenpick Hotel

Workshop Programme

See individual workshp programmes for start times as these may vary

Registration is now open