Event Dates: September 11, 2019 09:00am – September 11, 2019 05:00pm
Registration closes on September 11, 2019 08:00am
To register: Register online by credit card
- Member (CENDI, NAS, RDA-US, and/or NISO-NFAIS) – $50.00
- Non-Member – $75.00
- Student – $30.00
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
Room 100, Keck Center of the National Academy of Sciences, 500 Fifth Street, NW, Washington DC, 20001
This special one day workshop for data and information professionals, information technologists, and for disciplinary scientists interested in effective data sharing is focused on the wave of activities related to making data “FAIR” (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable).
We will focus on the implementations and ultimate impacts and implications, especially as data is made FAIR for people and machines.
The Workshop will provide a venue for attendees to collaborate with their peers and hear from leading experts.
Please note that seating is limited.
Scope and Description
This collaboratively-organized workshop is for data and information professionals, information technologists, and for disciplinary scientists interested in effective data sharing. Sessions provide an overview of activities related to making data “FAIR” (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable).
The one-day event focuses on the implementations, ultimate impacts, and implications, especially as data is made FAIR for people and machines. A complete agenda for the day may be viewed here.
The Workshop provides an opportunity for attendees to collaborate with their peers and hear from leading experts. The roster of confirmed speakers includes:
- Marcia McNutt, President, National Academy of Sciences (NAS)
- George Strawn, Director, Board on Research Dara and Information (BRDI), The National Academy of Science, Engineering, and Medicine
- Barend Mons, President, CODATA (a commission of the International Science Council), and Professor of Bioinformatics, Leiden University, The Netherlands
- Joanna Martin, Office of Scientific and Technical Information, DOE
- Michael Huerta, Associate Director of the National Library of Medicine
- Robert J. Hanisch, Director of the Office of Data and Informatics, Material Measurement Library, NIST
- Beth Plale, Science Advisor for Public Access, NSF
- Laura Biven, Program Manager, Advanced Scientific Computing Research, Office of Science, DOE
- Giridhar Manepalli, Director of Information Management Technology, Corporation for National Research Initiatives (CNRI)
- Giri Palamisany, Director, Atmospheric Radiation Monitoring (ARM) Research Facility, ORNL
- Rebecca Koskela, Executive Director, DataONE
- Melissa Cragin, Chief Strategist for Data Initiatives, San Diego Supercomputer Center, UCSD
- Maryann Martone, Professor Emeritus (Neuroscience), University of California, San Diego
- Cynthia Hudson Vitale, Head of Research Informatics and Publishing, Pennsylvania State University Libraries
- Dr. Luiz Olavo Bonino, International Technology Coordinator, GO FAIR International Support and Coordination Office
- Jason Griffey, Director of Strategic Initiatives, NISO
- Matt Jones, Director DataONE, UCSB
- Daniella Lowenberg, UC3 Product Manager, University of California Digital Library
- Bonnie C. Carroll, Chief Data Officer, Information International Associates Inc., and Secretary General, CODATA
- Stu Feldman, Chief Scientist, Schmidt Futures
- Keith Russell, Engagements Manager, Australian Research Data Commons