Posters

  • Climate data processing systems based on Data-driven at APEC Climate Center Jeongmin Han, APEC Climate Center, Republic of South Korea
  • ARKs and Open Scholarly Communications Infrastructure John Kunze (1); Janée, Greg (2), University of California (1); University of California Santa Barbara (2), United States of America
  • A standard system framework for health research data sharing Zanmei Li; Sizhu Wu, Institute of Medical Information, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, China, People's Republic of China
  • How to Get the Most out of the Research Data Alliance Stefanie Kethers; Andrew Treloar; Mingfang Wu, ARDC, Australia 
  • Systematizing Curation Tasks: Workflow Modularization and Impact Factors of Data Curation Services Hagen Peukert; Juliane Jacob;
    Iris Vogel; Wörner, Kai, Universität Hamburg, Germany 
  • Collaboration for developing an institutional curation lifecycle model Hea Lim Rhee, Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information, South Korea
  • Understanding the 'R' in the FAIR Principles Robin William Burgess, The University of New South Wales, Australia 
  • A Systematic Review in Research Data Sharing of Agricultural Researchers Sriwong, Jirawan (1,2); Wipawin, Namtip (1); Oh, Sam Gyun (3); Naivikul, Onanong (4); Thanyakijjanukij, Aree (4). Organisations: 1: Sukhothai Thammathirat University, Thailand; 2: Thammasat University; 3: Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea; 4: Kasetsart University
  • Discovering engaging stories: QUT Digital Collections evolving, preserving and describing cultural, institutional and heritage materials Jill Mayne Rogers;
    Gregory John Steele, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
  • Research data management organiser (RDMO) Heike Neuroth (1); Janine  Straka (1); Harry Enke (2); Jochen Klar (2); Olaf Michaelis (2); Claudia Kramer (3); Kerstin Wedlich-Zachodin (3); Frank Tristram (3); Jens Ludwig (4), Organisations: 1: University of Applied Science, Potsdam (FHP), Germany; 2: Leibnitz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam (AIP), Germany; 3: Karsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
  • Embedded Data Stewardship: A community driven agile self-assessment framework for monitoring and improving the quality of research data management Heike Neuroth (1); Laura Rothfritz (1); Stefan Schmunk (2); Torsten Schrade (3); Andrea Rapp (4), Organisations: 1: University of Applied Science, Potsdam (Germany), Germany; 2: University of Applied Sciences, Darmstadt, Germany; 3: University of Applied Sciences / Academy of Sciences Mainz, Germany; 4: Technical University Darmstadt, Germany
  • Building a Metadata Framework for Social Media Data Reuse Ming-Hsin Phoebe Chiu, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan 
  • Irish organisations and their research data: policy, practice and who’s involved Rebecca Grant, University College Dublin, Ireland 
  • Practical challenges for researchers in data sharing: disciplinary and regional differences Rebecca Grant; Iain Hrynaszkiewicz; Grace Baynes, Springer Nature, United Kingdom 
  • Common digital curation principles used by UQ Library teams Rebecca Deuble; The University of Queensland Library, Australia 
  • An Analysis of Research Data Management Survey Responses: Interdisciplinarity, disciplinary Differences and temporal Changes Franziska Weng; Stella Thoben; Paul-Stüve Thilo, Kiel University, Germany 
  • RISE-DE Nadin Weiss; Boris Jacob; Niklas Hartmann, University of Potsdam, Germany 
  • Scholy – A Linked Open Data Platform for Realising Directories of Scholars Thorge Petersen; Thilo Paul-Stueve, Kiel University, Germany 
  • Figshare Data Curation Model: towards a cross-institutional, peer-review system for non-traditional research outputs Natasha Punia; Kayleigh Lino; Patrick Splawa-Neyman, Figshare, United Kingdom
  • Collaborative project turns Finland into a leading DMP nation Mari Elisa Kuusniemi (1); Anne Sunikka, (2); Minna Ahokas, (3), Organisations:1: University of Helsinki, Finland; 2: Aalto University, Finland; 3: Minna Ahokas, CSC IT Center for Science, Finland
  • Exploring Motivations of Mobile Application Developers Using Open Government Health Data: A Case Study in Taiwan Wei-Chung Cheng (1); Sanghee Oh (2); Ming-Hsin Phoebe Chiu (1), Organisations: 1: National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan; 2: Chungnam National University, South Korea 
  • Web References Meeting Requirements for Proper Referencing Principles Eld Zierau, Royal Danish Library, Denmark 
  • Repository Finder: Connecting Researchers to Data Repositories in Earth and Space Sciences Michael Witt (1); Shelley Stall (2), Organisations: 1: Purdue University, United States of America; 2: American Geophysical Union, United States of America 
  • Role of the academic library in the data curation life cycle. Gdansk University of Technology Perspective Magdalena Szuflita-Żurawska, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland 
  • Engineering a new way of researching Engineering History Ken G McInnes, University of Melbourne, Australia 
  • Crosswalk 4.0 Does R (and more) Florio Arguillas; William Block, Cornell University, United States of America
  • Digital Curation Education Using Open-Source Digital Forensics Software: BitCurator.edu Cal Lee, University of North Carolina, United States of America 
  • Envisaged nationally networked open access and open data infrastructure for the higher education sector of Zimbabwe Lazarus Matizirofa, University of South Africa 
  • Flexibility and partnership: how we built a single open source repository for every use case Jenny Evans (1); Tom Renner (2), Organsations: 1. University of Westminster, United Kingdom; 2. Haplo