2019 Infoday, Ensuring Excellent Research by Investing in Researchers Talents, Skills and Career Development

POEM Opening Conference "Participatory Memory Practices"

ELIXIR Fifth Anniversary

CHAINS 2018

Designing future energy policies: Social sciences and humanities to accelerate the energy transition

The Value of Social Science & Humanities in Europe

Climate policy and forest bioeconomy

ICT 2018: Imagine Digital - Connect Europe

RDA GEDE Webinar "Interoperability through Digital Objects and Digital Object Interface Protocol"
Between key actors who worked on the concept of Digital Objects within the Research Data Alliance, the Swiss DONA Foundation and on implementing the FAIR principles in the GOFAIR initiative there is agreement about the fact that Digital Objects and the FAIR Principles [2] are steps towards convergence in the digital data domain and are complementary. The concept of Digital Objects with its capacities of abstraction, of binding all relevant information together such that machines can find it and its potential for encapsulation is a way to implement the basic FAIR recommendations and to facilitate the others. This has also been indicated in the recent report of EC's FAIR implementation expert group [6] and in a recent workshop in Brussels. Assuming that the FAIR Principles are now widely known, in this webinar we want to present the concept of Digital Objects (DO), discuss it from a computer science and domain science perspective and present the DO Interface Protocol (DOIP) which has the potential to establish interoperability between repositories of digital data independent of the way they are organising their data and which data model they are using.  Agenda14.00 Welcome & Introduction14.05 Larry Lannom: Digital Objects - Concept and Impact14.25 Dimitris Koureas: Digital Objects - their potential for Data Science14.45 Christophe Bianchi: DOIP V2.0 - Basic Specification Aspects15.05 Open Discussion (Moderator: Peter Wittenburg) This webinar will be recorded and available through the GEDE (Group of European Data Experts)web-site and it will be repeated in January 2019 to allow many to participate and ask questions. More information about GEDE, the GEDE Digital Object Group and other GEDE activities can be foundhere: https://www.rd-alliance.org/groups/gede-group-european-data-experts-rda

 


International Data Week 2018: Digital Frontiers of Global Science

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