Eventos

Fev
26
Ter
2013
Knowledge Exchange Workshop: Making Data CountKnowledge Exchange Workshop: Making Data Count
Fev 26@16:30_17:30
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Making Data Count: Research data availability and research assessment
Berlin, Neue Mälzerei

http://makingdatacount.eventbrite.com

The possibilities of digital research have altered the production, publication and use of research results. Academic research practice and culture are changing or have already been transformed, but to a large degree the system of academic recognition has not yet adapted to the practices and possibilities of digital research. This applies especially to research data, which are increasingly produced, managed, published and archived, but hardly play a role in practices of research as-sessment.

Aim
The aim of the workshop is to bring experts and stakeholders from research institutions, universities, scholarly societies and funding agencies together in order to review, discuss and build on possibilities to implement the culture of sharing and to integrate publication of data into research assessment procedures.

Practical Information and Hotel
We can recommend booking a room at the NH hotel Alexanderplatz which is very close. This workshop is free of charge and Knowledge Exchange will cover the costs of lunches, coffees and teas. Registration is on a first come come first served basis.

Programme
Further background information on the event and the full programme are available through http://www.knowledge-exchange.info/Default.aspx?ID=576
Making Data Count: Research data availability and research assessment
Berlin, Neue Mälzerei

http://makingdatacount.eventbrite.com

The possibilities of digital research have altered the production, publication and use of research results. Academic research practice and culture are changing or have already been transformed, but to a large degree the system of academic recognition has not yet adapted to the practices and possibilities of digital research. This applies especially to research data, which are increasingly produced, managed, published and archived, but hardly play a role in practices of research as-sessment.

Aim
The aim of the workshop is to bring experts and stakeholders from research institutions, universities, scholarly societies and funding agencies together in order to review, discuss and build on possibilities to implement the culture of sharing and to integrate publication of data into research assessment procedures.

Practical Information and Hotel
We can recommend booking a room at the NH hotel Alexanderplatz which is very close. This workshop is free of charge and Knowledge Exchange will cover the costs of lunches, coffees and teas. Registration is on a first come come first served basis.

Programme
Further background information on the event and the full programme are available through http://www.knowledge-exchange.info/Default.aspx?ID=576

Mai
27
Seg
2013
3rd OpenAIRE Workshop3rd OpenAIRE Workshop @ Ghent University Library
Mai 27_Mai 28 todo o dia

3rd OpenAIRE Workshop: pre-Conference of ELAG2013 – annual conference of the European Libraries Automation Group.
For more information visit www.ELAG2013.org.

3rd OpenAIRE Workshop: pre-Conference of ELAG2013.
For more information visit www.ELAG2013.org.

European Libraries Automatisation GroupEuropean Libraries Automatisation Group @ Ghent University Library
Mai 27_Mai 31 todo o dia

ELAG is the annual conference of the European Libraries Automation Group.

ELAG is Europe’s premier conference on the application and development of information technology in libraries and documentation centres. The annual ELAG (European Library Automation Group) Conference expects over 200 participants from all over the world (mainly library and IT professionals and researchers).

This year’s tag line will be ‘Inside Out Library’: while ELAG 2013 will still be focused on specific, library related IT issues, we want to expand the aim and target audience by addressing innovative topics such as Open Access. ELAG 2013 will also host two pre-conferences: THATCamp, which focuses on researchers in the digital humanities, and an OpenAIRE workshop.

ELAG 2013, the 37th ELAG conference, will take place in Ghent, Belgium from May 28th until May 31st 2013.

Contact : info@elag2013.org
www.elag2013.org

ELAG is the annual conference of the European Libraries Automation Group.

ELAG 2013, the 37th ELAG conference, will take place in Ghent, Belgium from May 28th until May 31st 2013.

ELAG is Europe’s premier conference on the application and development of information technology in libraries and documentation centres. The annual ELAG (European Library Automation Group) Conference expects over 200 participants from all over the world (mainly library and IT professionals and researchers).

This year’s tag line will be ‘Inside Out Library’: while ELAG 2013 will still be focused on specific, library related IT issues, we want to expand the aim and target audience by addressing innovative topics such as Open Access. ELAG 2013 will also host two pre-conferences: THATCamp, which focuses on researchers in the digital humanities, and an OpenAIRE workshop.

Contact : info@elag2013.org

www.elag2013.org

Set
1
Dom
2013
10th International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects10th International Conference on Preservation of Digital Objects @ Lisboa, IST - Instituto Superior Técnico
Set 1_Set 5 todo o dia

iPRES-2013 will be co-located with DC-2013, the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications.

A unique common registration will give full access for each delegate to the programme of both the conferences (keynotes will be held in plenary sessions, papers sessions specific of each conference will run in parallel) – http://ipres2013.ist.utl.pt/index.html.

Agenda Overview:

Tutorials: 2 September 2013

Main conference: 3-5 September 2013 (opening the 3 September morning; closing 5 September noon).

Workshops: 5 September 2013 on… (workshops will start the afternoon of the 5 September, lasting half day, full day, …, what necessary…)

Side Meetings: The conference will be held in the campus of an engineering school, the week before classes start. Plenty of room will be available for isde meetings (projects, working groups, birds of feather, …).

Nov
5
Ter
2013
ICT 2013: Create, Connect, GrowICT 2013: Create, Connect, Grow @ Vilnius
Nov 5_Nov 8 todo o dia

ICT2013 will bring together Europe’s best & brightest in ICT research, with businesses old & new, web start-ups and digital strategists to chart a path for Europe’s ICT research policy. Join us to share your vision for the future with EU policy-makers, and see the latest advances in EU-funded ICT research.

It is expected that ICT2013 will be opened by the President of Lithuania, Dalia Grybauskaitė, who will welcome to Vilnius young people from all over Europe looking to a career in ICT, and open the Lithuanian pavilion, showcasing the best of Lithuanian inventors & inventions.

Neelie Kroes, European Commission Vice President for the Digital Agenda will open the ICT2013 conference, a forum for debating the key issues among Europe as a home for innovation and a destination for ICT research.

The ICT 2013 event will be the first opportunity to learn the details of research funding for ICT-related projects under Horizon 2020, the EU’s new research program for 2014-2020. The European Commission proposed an €80 billion package for research & innovation funding, as part of the drive to create sustainable growth and new jobs in Europe. Horizon 2020 will support the development of ICT in Science (in future and emerging technologies or e-Infrastructures); in industrial leadership (such as smart systems, robotics, photonics, etc.) and in societal challenges (such as eHealth, eGovernment and eSkills.)

Save the date and follow us on twitter @ict2013eu

ICT2013 will bring together Europe’s best & brightest in ICT research, with businesses old & new, web start-ups and digital strategists to chart a path for Europe’s ICT research policy. Join us to share your vision for the future with EU policy-makers, and see the latest advances in EU-funded ICT research.

It is expected that ICT2013 will be opened by the President of Lithuania, Dalia Grybauskaitė, who will welcome to Vilnius young people from all over Europe looking to a career in ICT, and open the Lithuanian pavilion, showcasing the best of Lithuanian inventors & inventions.

Neelie Kroes, European Commission Vice President for the Digital Agenda will open the ICT2013 conference, a forum for debating the key issues among Europe as a home for innovation and a destination for ICT research.

The ICT 2013 event will be the first opportunity to learn the details of research funding for ICT-related projects under Horizon 2020, the EU’s new research program for 2014-2020. The European Commission proposed an €80 billion package for research & innovation funding, as part of the drive to create sustainable growth and new jobs in Europe. Horizon 2020 will support the development of ICT in Science (in future and emerging technologies or e-Infrastructures); in industrial leadership (such as smart systems, robotics, photonics, etc.) and in societal challenges (such as eHealth, eGovernment and eSkills.)

Save the date and follow us on twitter @ict2013eu

Dez
5
Qui
2013
Annual Workshop of the International Association of Scientific and Technological Libraries (IATUL)
Dez 5@17:30_Dez 6@16:00

Annual Workshop of the International Association of Scientific and Technological Libraries (IATUL)

December 5 – 6, 2013, Oxford, UK.

Theme of the workshop is “Research Data Management: Finding our Role”

 

Fev
26
Qua
2014
Webinar OpenAIRE sobre o Repositório ZENODOOpenAIRE webinar on ZENODO: Research. Shared @ webinar
Fev 26@14:00_15:00

O projeto OpenAIREplus promove na próxima quarta-feira, 26 de fevereiro (14h00-15h00), um webinar aberto sobre o Repositório ZENODO (www.zenodo.org) com Lars Holm Nielsen do CERN . Será realizada uma apresentação de cerca de 20 minutos para fornecer uma visão geral do ZENODO, focando particularmente os novos recursos. Mais informação no portal OpenAIRE em http://www.openaire.eu/en/component/content/article/9-news-events/517-openaire-webinar-on-zenodo-research-shared.

 

ZENODO (http://zenodo.org/) is a new simple and innovative service that enables researchers, scientists, EU projects and institutions to share and showcase multidisciplinary research results (data and publications) that are not part of existing institutional or subject-based repositories.

Webinar Details

Title: OpenAIRE webinar on ZENODO: Research. Shared

Date:  Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Duration: 15.00 – 16.00 CET / 09.00 – 10.00 AM EST / 14.00 – 15.00 GMT

How to register

To register your interest in attending the workshop, please email iryna.kuchma [at] eifl.net as soon as possible with the following information:

  • your name
  • your email address
  • your job title, institution and country

How you participate: once your place is confirmed, you will receive a URL and password for the session.

All you will need is an internet-connected computer with sound (and maybe headphones if you are in a busy room).

To check if your computer will be able to access the session successfully, please go to: www.instantpresenter.com/systemtest

Jun
2
Seg
2014
40th IASSIST Conference @ Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Jun 2_Jun 5 todo o dia

40th Annual IASSIST Conference — Aligning Data and Research Infrastructure – Toronto, Ontario, Canada, June 3 – June 6, 2014.

IASSIST – International Association for Social Science Information Services & Technology.

Host institutions: Ryerson University, University of Toronto, and York University.

+ info: http://www.library.yorku.ca/cms/iassist

Set
18
Qui
2014
ERC Workshop on Research Data Management and Sharing @ Covent Garden, Brussels
Set 18@13:45_Set 19@14:45

On 18–19 September 2014, the European Research Council Executive Agency (ERCEA) in collaboration with the ERC Scientific Council’s Working Group on Open Access is organising a workshop on Research Data Management and Sharing.

During this 2-day event different aspects of this important topic will be explored together with ERC grantees and other researchers, with representatives from funding bodies, universities and other research performers, with publishers, scientific societies, policy makers and other interested parties.

The workshop is organised around a number of interactive sessions with lots of room for discussion. The ultimate aim is to generate a number of concrete recommendations to relevant stakeholders on how to encourage and support good data management practices and facilitate the sharing and re-use of research data.

The workshop is by invitation only. A detailed draft programme, which will be regularly updated, and information on how to request an invitation are available on the ERC website at
http://erc.europa.eu/media-and-events/events/erc-workshop-research-data-management-and-sharing