Focus meeting "Current status on FAIR developments"

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In the Netherlands there are several groups involved in developing FAIR Data technologies. This focus meetings aims at gathering these groups so information about their developments can be shared leading to a discussion on how to align these many existing and future efforts to guarantee that we have interoperable solutions complying with the FAIR Data Principles.

Chair

Luiz Olavo Bonino - DTL/VU

Subgoals/Lecture and discussion topics

  • Current FAIR developments
  • How to align the current and future work?
  • How to coordinate the efforts
  • Impact from the European Open Science Cloud

Date

25 May 2016

Location

SURFsara, Science Park 121, 1098 XG Amsterdam. Route: https://www.surf.nl/en/about-surf/contact/directions-to-surfsara/index.html

Invite

Speakers:

Principal attendees:

  • (RUG) Morris Swertz
  • (TNO) Jildau Bowman
  • (LUMC) Marco Roos
  • (DTL) Luiz Bonino

Other people/maillists:

  • (MU) Chris Evelo
  • (WUR) Richard Finkers
  • (UPM) Mark Wilkinson

Agenda

13:00 Coffee 
13:15 Welcome and Purpose
13:20 Agenda and Ground Rules
13:25 First talk - Current development on FAIR Data Points (Luiz Bonino - DTL/VU)
13:45 Questions [Quick/special questions answered, difficult/general ones on flipover]
13:50 Second talk - Towards a semi-automatic FAIRifier service to recode data for interoperability (Morris Swertz - UMCG)
14:10 Questions [Quick/special questions answered, difficult/general ones on flipover]
14:15 Tea break
14:35 Third Talk - Using a common interoperability approach for identifier mapping in Open PHACTS and WikiPathways (Egon Willighagen - Maastricht University)
14:55 Questions [Quick/special questions answered, difficult/general ones on flipover]
15:00 Fourth Talk - DASH-IN: the infrastructure of ENPADASI, using the FAIR concept in nutrition data (Jildau Bouwman - TNO)
15:20 Questions [Quick/special questions answered, difficult/general ones on flipover]
15:25 Tea break [Meeting chair organizes the flipover questions]
15:45 Discussion [Based on the organized flipover questions]
16:30 Evaluation
16:35 Parking lot
16:40 Breakup
17:00 Out!

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