Call for Posters
1st Conference on Research Data Infrastructure
– Connecting Communities –
September 12th – 14th, 2023
Research data form the basis for knowledge and innovation throughout all scientific disciplines. They play a fundamental role in the progress of our society. The key to using these data treasures is an effective infrastructure.
The Association German National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI) is initiating the first Conference on Research Data Infrastructure (CoRDI) from 12th to 14th September 2023. The main topics of the conference include technical and non-technical aspects for establishing interdisciplinary research data management (RDM).
The Conference on Research Data Infrastructure stands for more comprehensive knowledge through better use of research data, for innovations and the resulting social benefits. Under this year’s theme “Connecting Communities”, national and international stakeholders from all research fields as well as from the infrastructure sector are invited to present their contributions to an excellent RDM of the future and to exchange information about the latest developments. NFDI is organizing the conference in cooperation with the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). NFDI contributors as well as all other RDM interested stakeholders will have the opportunity to meet at the KIT Campus South.
Topics of Interest
We welcome submissions regarding all aspects of research data infrastructures and all disciplines. We encourage submissions from national, European and global initiatives and programmes.
- We are soliciting submission of Extended Abstracts with 500 to 1.000 words, and the use of figures is encouraged.
- All submissions have to be submitted via the TIB Open Publishing system. Please follow this link: https://www.tib-op.org/ojs/index.php/CoRDI/about/submissions
- Each submission should clearly indicate how the work relates to Research Data Infrastructures.
- The conference language is English, but German-language submissions are also acceptable.
Two separate poster sessions
There will be two separate poster sessions during CoRDI. The first poster session is dedicated to the presentation of accepted submissions to the Call for Papers . The presented extended abstracts are “accepted as poster” and they will be published as part of the Proceedings. The second poster session is dedicated to the presentation of submissions accepted for the Call for Posters . Theses posters will be published as part of the CoRDI website.
The Chairs will review each submission for timeliness and relevance, substance and soundness, clarity and impact for acceptance. The Chairs may include members of the Programme Committee for reviewing the submissions to their track.
It is expected that at least one author of each accepted poster registers for attending the conference.
We would like to thank our community for numerous paper submissions.
Due to the large number of submissions, the deadlines for the review process and for the poster submissions have been extended.
- Extended Abstract submissions due: July 7, 2023
- Extended Abstract notifications due: August 4, 2023
- Extended Abstract camera-ready due: August 18, 2023
- Conference days: September 12-14, 2023
All deadlines are midnight UTC time.
More information about the programme can be found at: https://www.nfdi.de/cordi-2023/?lang=en
Andreas Witt (IDS & Universität Mannheim)