FIZ Karlsruhe invites to the conference “Research Data Management: Organizational, Technical, and Legal Challenges“ taking place at the ZKM| Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie in Karlsruhe on September 15, 2014.
It is the first conference in FIZ Karlsruhe’s new series of events dedicated to the topic “The Future of Information Infrastructure”.
The main target audience for the conference are scientific librarians and computer specialists (administrators, developers, decision-makers) who are already professionally dealing with management and storage of research data or who will have to work in this field in the near future.
The lectures held by internationally renowned speakers will provide as much practical advice and information for those dealing with this topic as possible. The conference will be held in English, except for the item “Legal Issues” where the lectures will refer to the German legal system.
- Legal Matters (in German)
o Creative Commons (Daniel Mietchen, Museum für Naturkunde/Wikimedia Germany)
o Schutz und Lizenzierung von Forschungsdaten (Andreas Wiebe, University of Göttingen)
o Forschungsdaten und Datenschutz – Regeln der Verarbeitung, Archivierung und Löschung (Paul C. Johannes, University of Kassel)
- Organizational Issues (in English)
o Ways into heads – Marketing for Research Data Management (Tim Hasler, ZIB)
o Certification of Preservation Repositories (Armin Straube, DNB/nestor)
o Publication of Research Data – a Publisher’s Perspective (Fiona Murphy, Wiley-Blackwell – to be confirmed)
- Best Practices (in English)
o Research Data Management in Synthetic Chemistry Labs: organization and storage of research data from the single experiment to publication (Nicole Jung, KIT)
o Research Data Verification based on Emulation (Klaus Rechert, University of Freiburg – to be confirmed)
o Start Smart – Data capturing by SmartPen application during data creation (Dirk Fleischer, GEOMAR)
- Infrastructure for Data Management (in English)
o Managing Research Data with Fedora 4 (David Wilcox, Duraspace)
o Azure4research (Alex Wade, Microsoft Research)
o RADAR – Reserach Data Archiving as a Service (Matthias Hahn, FIZ Karlsruhe)
The registration fee for this event is € 90. Lunch and refreshments during breaks are included.
Please register at: www.fiz-karlsruhe/events/
The event will last the whole day and is complemented by two meetings on related topics (at the same location, i.e.ZKM):
From September 16 – 18, 2014, the 13th international Preservation and Archiving Interest Group (PASIG) meeting will be held, with an “Oracle Day” and the “Preservation Bootcamp“ as additional program items. As most PASIG speakers come from America, participants will have the opportunity to network and discuss these topics with international experts.
Program and registration at: www.fiz-karlsruhe/events/
On September 16, there will also be a workshop within the scope of the DFG-financed
RADAR (Research Data Repositorium) project. The workshop’s objective is to provide information on the current status of the planned services with respect to administration, storage and publication of research data; to compare them with the requirements of potential users (scientists, publishers, and institutions), and to discuss the findings.
Program and registration at: www.fiz-karlsruhe/events/
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