The Sussex Humanities Lab and the Digital Repository of Ireland are pleased to announce that the second Digital Preservation for the Arts, Social Science, and Humanities conference will take place 14-15 June 2017 at the University of Sussex, Brighton.
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The 3rd LEARN workshop on Research Data Management, “Make research data management policies work”, is the third of five international conferences within the EU-funded project, LEARN (Leaders Activating Research Networks).
The free flow of data is key to unlocking the full potential of the data economy in Europe. This consultation workshop on the Free Flow of Data initiative will focus primarily on the issue of data localisation restrictions and legal barriers to the free flow of data. The initiative will also deal with other emerging issues such as data ownership and access to data, liability, interoperability, and re-use of data.
The open ENVRI community meeting will present the ENVRIplus vision, products and solutions, facilitate the dialogs and interactions on the future needs, challenges and developments in the ENVRI community (incl. technical and data solutions, access to RIs, training, strategy and policy topics).
RDA-DE is organizing a training workshop at the German Climate Computing Center (DKRZ https://www.dkrz.de/dkrz-ehttps://www.dkrz.de/dkrz-en) in Hamburg, Germany from 24 to 25 May 2016. Selected experts will report on topics in the area of research data (e.g. repositories, PIDs, data workflows, metadata workflows), if possible including hands-on-sessions and of course including discussions and Q&A sessions.
What is the event about & what will you learn?
This Five-day training workshop is organised by the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) and the UK Data Service for people interested or actively engaged in the curation and management of research data for sharing and reuse (part of the ICPSR summer school).
Exponential growth of data practically in all activity areas, consolidating role to be played by informatics and IT for the development of methods and facilities for data analysis and management in various data intensive domains (DID), study of experience in applying these methods and stimulating their advancement have motivated the organization of this conference.
SEMIC offers a unique opportunity to explore how public administrations can use data standards to make information exchange efficient and effective, allowing them to operate at lower costs and provide better services.
In this sixth edition of the Semantic Interoperability Conference, SEMIC 2016, we will explore the role of data standards for interconnected eGovernment.
The conference will be held in Rome on Thursday 12 May 2016.
The European Data Forum (EDF) - November 16-17, 2015 in Luxembourg.