OSW2021: FAIR and Open Data Workshop
From Hardy Schwamm
FAIR and Open Data Workshop
In this interactive session the hosts Hans van Piggelen and Erik van den Bergh took the audience through a tour of the research data life cycle:
Starting with the understanding of archiving and publication of FAIR and open data, and then moving on to data sharing, data analysis & cleansing, data capture to, eventually, data management plans at the start of a project.
In an interactive intermission the hosts engaged the audience to identify bottlenecks and challenges as well as share best practices, guidance and solutions.
Using the outcome of the interactive part with the audience, the hosts worked towards an actual deposition in a repository: this publication is now readily available to enter the data life cycle again. This way, participants got a better understanding of how to organise their data management and create high quality data publications.The hosts
Hans van Piggelen: Graduated with degrees in astrophysics and medical imaging, Hans has developed frameworks for automated analysis of large datasets, clinical tooling and other applications in various fields. He now is involved in management, development and integration of services, infrastructures and policies for Dutch research and educational institutions and European collaborations and communities at the Dutch national cooperative SURF.
Erik van den Bergh: After completing a PhD in Bioinformatics, Erik has been developing and designing on scientific infrastructure with a focus on data. In the UK he has worked with Earlham Institute and the European Bioinformatics Institute as a research engineer and architect. He is now coordinator scientific infrastructure at the Wageningen University and Research. His current projects all involve FAIR enabling infrastructure and the practical application of semantic technologies.