(Published on 02.06.2022) We invite you to the virtual NFDI Satellite Event at the Joint Conference of Digital Libraries (JCDL) 2022 on 23 June 2022. The JCDL 2022 will bring together researchers and practitioners from the research data and the digital libraries communities. Different consortia give an insight into their work and show challenges and solutions. There will be five workshops and a panel discussion. Additionally, director Prof. Dr. York Sure-Vetter will give a keynote speech. Click here to read more about the programme.
|09:00||Opening and Welcome|
|Workshop: Catalysis RDM – From Ontologies to Electronic Lab Notebooks|
|Workshop: Are there a million ways to describe the world? Or how to share your authority without losing control|
|Panel: Everything FAIR and Open? Restrictions on data publications|
|Workshop: The Open Research Knowledge Graph in NFDI4Ing and NFDI4DataScience|
|Workshop: RDM and DP communities: Finding the common ground to develop a collaborative future service landscape|
|Workshop: Decentralized Storage for Digital Preservation|
|Workshop: The Open Research Knowledge Graph in NFDI4Ing and NFDI4DataScience (Part 2)|
|Workshop: RDM and DP communities: Finding the common ground to develop a collaborative future service landscape (Part 2)|
|Workshop: Decentralized Storage for Digital Preservation (Part 2)|
|15:00||Keynote: York Sure-Vetter|
|16:00||End of Satellite Event|
The registration is now open. You can choose to only register for the NFDI Satellite event via EventBrite without taking part in JCDL itself. Attendance at the NFDI Satellite Event is entirely free of charge.
Register today to take part in this interdisciplinary workshop day!
Task Force Evaluation and Reporting publishes white paper “Dealing with BLV goals as a basis for structural evaluation”
The NFDI Task Force for Evaluation and Reporting (TFER) does preparatory work for the interim reports of the consortia and the structural evaluation of NFDI. Members of the Task Force have written the white paper “Dealing with BLV targets as a basis for structural evaluation”.
We would like to invite you to look behind the surface of the online world with us. Under the title “Behind the Click”, Dutch artist and researcher Julia Janssen will visually explore topics such as Artificial Intelligence, the bias of algorithms and data profiling. The public evening lecture will take place as part of the first Conference on Research Data Infrastructure (CoRDI) on 12 September at 7.30 pm in the KIT Audimax.
The development of the NFDI portfolio for basic services is progressing with two further projects. The Consortia Assembly (KV) of the NFDI Association decided in its meeting on 7 July to fund two basic service applications.
In a one-year initialisation phase, a service for the NFDI-wide provision of persistent identifiers (such as DOI) as well as a service to support the description of data through uniform terminologies will be funded.