San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Thursday, September 19th
1330 Introduction - Adam Farquhar (DataCite, President)
1345 Opening Keynote: A short history of the Higgs Boson. From a tenth of a billionth of a second after the Big Bang, through the discovery at CERN, to a DataCite DOI - Salvatore Mele (CERN, Head of Open Access)
1430 Introducing DataCite US - Enabling people.
Moderator: Paul Bracke (Purdue University, Associate Dean of Libraries for Assessment and Technology)
- Figshare - Mark Hahnel (Figshare, Founder).
- Data-Planet - Matt Dunie (Data-Planet, President)
- California Digital Library - Joan Starr (California Digital Library, Manager, Strategic and Project Planning and EZID Service Manager)
- DOIs and Supercomputing - Terry Jones (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Computer Scientist)
- Purdue University Research Repository (PURR) - Michael Witt (Purdue University, Interdisciplinary Research Librarian and Associate Professor of Library Science)
1600 Coffee break
1630 Partnership & Services - Engaging stakeholders (Part I).
Moderator: John Kunze (California Digital Library, Associate Director, UC Curation Center)
- Update on Force 11 and the Amsterdam manifesto - Merce Crosas (Harvard University, Director of Data Science at IQSS)
- Out of Cite, Out of Mind: Report of the CODATA Task Group on Data Citation - Sarah Callaghan (British Atmospheric Data Centre (BADC), Project Manager)
- Introducing DataCite services - Jan Brase (DataCite, Executive Officer)
- Introducing DataCite working groups:
Joan Starr (California Digital Library, Lead of DataCite Metadata Working group)
Karen Morgenroth (NRC Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information (NRC-CISTI), Lead of DataCite Business Practice Working group)
1800 Closing of the day- Jan Brase (DataCite, Executive Officer)
1930 - 2230 Reception - Hotel Monaco. Co-sponsored by Microsoft Research and Elsevier.
Friday, September 20th
0900 Partnership and Services - Engaging stakeholders (Part II)
Moderator: Elizabeth Moss (ICPSR, Associate Librarian)
- Thomson Reuters Data citation index cooperation - Nigel Robinson (Thomson Reuters, Director, York Operations)
- FundRef cooperation with CrossRef - Chuck Kosher (CrossRef, Director of Technology)
- Elsevier's program to support research data - Hylke Koers (Elsevier, Content Innovation Manager)
- ORCID & ODIN - Laurel Haak (ORCID, Executive Director)
1030 Coffee break
1100 Closing Keynote: Building Community Engagement on Research Transparency and Data Citation - George Alter (ICPSR - Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, Director)
Who should come?
Researchers, funders, policy makers, professionals from research organisations, data infrastructure providers, data centres, publishers. Everyone who wants to learn more about the latest developments helping to integrate data into the record of science.
How do I get there?
National Academy of Sciences
2101 Constitution Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20418
Metro stop: Foggy Bottom – blue and orange lines (8 block walk)
When & Where
DataCite and CODATA
DataCite makes research better by enabling people to find, share, use, and cite data. We are a leading global membership organization offering reliable persistent data identification. We engage stakeholders including researchers, scholars, data centers, libraries, publishers, and funders through advocacy, guidance and services.
CODATA works to improve the quality, reliability, management and accessibility of data of importance to all fields of science and technology. CODATA is a resource that provides scientists and engineers with access to international data activities for increased awareness, direct cooperation and new knowledge. CODATA was established in 1966 by ICSU to promote and encourage, on a world-wide basis, the compilation, evaluation and dissemination of reliable numerical data of importance to science and technology.