On 28 and 29 November 2016, the Third RDA Germany Conference will again be hosted by the GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences in Potsdam and will be organised by the Helmholtz Open Science Coordination Office. After the RDA-DE Training Workshop in May in Hamburg, a more broadly based RDA Conference now seems appropriate. Besides a status report on Research Data Alliance activities and interesting keynote lectures, the programme committee would like to facilitate the following activities during the conference:
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CSC - IT Center for Science in Finland and RDA Organizational member is organising a discussion event on Research Data Alliance on 21 November in Helsinki (Bulevardi 31), Finland. You are warmly welcome to hear an update on RDA and its latest outputs after the 8th RDA Plenary in Denver. You can also discuss and share your thoughts on how Finnish and Nordic research communities could benefit from the RDA. In addition, we will focus on the overall status of open science in the Nordics.
RDA, the Research Data Alliance, in collaboration with the universities of Turin, Milan, Bologna , Trento and Parma and supported by CNR, AISA, APRE and OpenAIRE organizes a two-day workshop about sharing, reuse, and reproducibility of research data on few selected scientific fields - and related research infrastructures - of strategic relevance in Europe.
Europe's leading e-infrastructures invite all researchers, developers and service providers for three days of brainstorming and discussions at the Digital Infrastructures for Research event (28-30 September 2016).
Inspired by the recent RDA Europe Science Workshop, the RDA Europe project1 is organising an open workshop on PID systems preceded by a training course for those interested in learning more and getting detailed information about PID systems and make up their own mind.
This Workshop aims at becoming a forum to discuss ideas and advancements towards the revision of current scientific communication practices in order to support Open Science, introduce novel evaluation schemes, and enable reproducibility. As such it candidates as an event fostering collaboration between
(i) Library and information scientists working on the identification of new publication paradigms;
(ii) ICT scientists involved in the definition of new technical solutions to these issues;
Acceptance of the open science principle entails open access not only to research data but also to data services, tools, analyses, and methods that enable researchers to conduct efficiently and effectively their research activities.
Date: 6th April 2016
Location: Tinbergenzaal, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), Kloveniersburgwal 29, Amsterdam – The Netherlands
“Open Science, Open Innovation, Open to the World.”
Commissioner Moedas' statement emphasizes the importance and potential of open of science for Europe and globally.