Programme

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09:00-10:00
Arrival and registration
10:00-10:15
Welcome and introduction

By Prof. Dr. Ulrich Weidmann, Vice President Personnel and Resources, ETH Zurich

10:15-11:00
Opening keynote

Shared Infrastructures for Open Science, by Prof. Kilian Stoffel, Rector of the University of Neuchâtel and President of the Steering Committee of swissuniversities' Program "Scientific information" - P-5

DLCM project overview, by Dr. Pierre-Yves Burgi, DLCM project Director and Deputy CIO, UNIGE

Short break
11:15-12:00
Break-out sessions

Data Management Plan (DMP): From Theory to Practice - DMP Templates, Best Practices & Guidelines
Room AudiMax

EnhanceR and DLCM – Solving Data Challenges for Swiss Researchers
Room D1.2

Hands-on workshop: Creating cross-linked deposits in the Zenodo repository of CERN
Room D7.1

Using Patient Data in Health Research: Challenges and Opportunities
Room D7.2

The Human Brain Project Open Neurodata Ecosystem
Room D1.1

Lunch and poster session
13:15-14:45
Presentations

But can I trust your data?, by Dr. Marjan Grootveld, Senior policy officer at DANS

Cultural data sculpting in public and research domains, by Prof. Sarah Kenderdine, Professor of Digital Museology at EPFL

From liberating imprisoned data in publications to publishing linked open data, by Dr. Donat Agosti, Founding President of Plazi GmbH

14:45-15:30
Break-out sessions

Data Management Plan (DMP): From Theory to Practice - DMP Templates, Best Practices & Guidelines
Room D1.1

EnhanceR and DLCM – Solving Data Challenges for Swiss Researchers
Room D1.2

Hands-on workshop: Creating cross-linked deposits in the Zenodo repository of CERN
Room D7.1

Using Patient Data in Health Research: Challenges and Opportunities
Room D7.2

A multidimensional approach to Open Science practices: illustrative examples from Swiss universities
Room AudiMax

Coffee break
16:00-17:00
Presentations

Data to the People - The Power of Citizen Science in Healthcare, by Prof. Ernst Hafen, Professor of Systems Genetics at ETH Zurich and president of MIDATA.coop

Opening Science in a Data-Driven World, by Dr. Rok Roškar, Data Scientist / Software Engineer, Swiss Data Science Center

17:00-17:15
Summary and conclusion

 

Detailed Programme

Time Type Title
10:15-10:45 Presentation
Shared infrastructures for Open Science
10:45-11:00 Presentation
DLCM project overview
11:15-12:00 Break-out session AM
Data Management Plan (DMP): From Theory to Practice - DMP Templates, Best Practices & Guidelines - Room AudiMax
11:15-12:00 Break-out session AM
EnhanceR and DLCM – Solving Data Challenges for Swiss Researchers - Room D1.2
11:15-12:00 Break-out session AM
Creating cross-linked deposits in the Zenodo repository of CERN - Room D7.1
11:15-12:00 Break-out session AM
Using Patient Data in Health Research: Challenges and Opportunities - Room D7.2
11:15-12:00 Break-out session AM
The Human Brain Project Open Neurodata Ecosystem - Room D1.1
13:15-13:45 Presentation
But can I trust your data?
13:45-14:15 Presentation
Cultural data sculpting in public and research domains
14:15-14:45 Presentation
From liberating imprisoned data in publications to publishing linked open data
14:45-15:30 Break-out session PM
Data Management Plan (DMP): From Theory to Practice - DMP Templates, Best Practices & Guidelines - Room D1.1
14:45-15:30 Break-out session PM
EnhanceR and DLCM – Solving Data Challenges for Swiss Researchers - Room D1.2
14:45-15:30 Break-out session PM
Creating cross-linked deposits in the Zenodo repository of CERN - Room D7.1
14:45-15:30 Break-out session PM
Using Patient Data in Health Research: Challenges and Opportunities - Room D7.2
14:45-15:30 Break-out session PM
A multidimensional approach to Open Science practices: illustrative examples from Swiss universities - Room AudiMax
16:00-16:30 Presentation
Data to the People – The Power of Citizen Science in Healthcare
16:30-17:00 Presentation
Opening Science in a Data-Driven World