Research Data Management & Data Stewardship: much more than a FAIRytale

Research Data Management & Data Stewardship: much more than a FAIRytale

Target Audience:
12 December 2019

General context

The location of this event has changed to the Park Inn by Radisson Brussels Midi hotel! Please find the location below. 

This community event is kindly provided to you by the ELIXIR Belgium team and aims to gather all relevant players in the field of Research Data Management from Belgium. During the morning session you will get insights in all different topics of the DMP life cycle with several speakers elaborating on the topics mentioned here below. In the afternoon there will be a practical use-case session for a smaller group where we will dive into some tools and workflows that follow the FAIR principles and are currently used. During the whole day there will be possibilities to network.

Full program details & speakers can be found below!

Objectives

Anyone interested in Research Data Management, Data Stewardship and FAIR Data is warmly invited to register for this event. Our aim is to provide you with ready-to-use knowledge to get started working on these topics within your organization. 

Event intended for

Anyone from a research institute, university or industry that is interested in the latest developments of Research Data Management and FAIR data. 

Program

Introduction
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Frederik Coppens [ELIXIR Belgium Head of Node - IT Manager & Project Leader at VIB]

DMPs: past, present and future
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Myriam Mertens [Research Data Officer at Ghent University]

How does the GDPR impact research
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Hanne Elsen [Expert Data Protection at Ghent University]

10 commandments in RDM funder compliancy
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Hannelore Vanhaverbeke [Science Policy Advisor at KU Leuven] 

Coffee break
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The complexity of clinical data
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Tom Sante [Ghent University Hospital]

Towards FAIR Data Steward as a profession for the Life Sciences
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Celia Van Gelder [ELIXIR Netherlands]

Panel discussion
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Lunch
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FAIRDOM (SEEK): The antidote to the research data management nightmare
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Flora D'Anna [Data Steward at ELIXIR Belgium], Katy Wolstencroft [FAIRDOM specialist at Leiden University] 

Generating reproducible workflows for the publication of open and FAIR data on the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF)
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Peter Desmet [Open Data Coordinator at INBO]

Break
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Bioschemas: using semantic markup to improve the Findability of your data
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Alexander Botzki [Training Coordinator ELIXIR Belgium - Head of Bioinformatics Core at VIB]

“At the coalface”: FAIRifying the VLIZ datasystems
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Katrina Exter [Responsible of Open Science team of Data Centre at VLIZ]

Practical info

12 December 2019

Park Inn Brussels Midi

Place Marcel Broodthaers 3
1060 Brussels
Belgium

12 December 2019

Park Inn Brussels Midi
Public transport

The train station Brussels Midi (Brussel-Zuid) is conveniently located across the street from the hotel. If arriving by Eurostar, Thalys, ICE or any other Intercity, take the station exit Avenue Fonsny.

12 December 2019

Park Inn Brussels Midi
Parking

If you are driving, put Rue Hollande/Hollandstraat 4, 1060 Brussels, into a GPS system. It is not possible to reach Place Marcel Broodhaersplein 3 by car because it is a pedestrian zone. The car park offers underground parking only accessible by a car elevator (€18 for 24h). 

12 December 2019

Park Inn Brussels Midi
Location contact

Find a link here

Contact

VIB training
Tel: +32 9 244 66 11
Mail: training@vib.be