The annual Dataverse Community Meeting is an opportunity to build, grow, and enrich the global community. Like the open-source Dataverse Project itself, the activities of the Dataverse Community Meetings are community-driven. Over three days of presentations, workshops, and working group meetings we aim to promote and learn about behavioral and technical solutions and standards for curating, sharing, and preserving data that can be discovered and reused across disciplines to reproduce and advance research.
Tuesday, June 15 at 10:10am EDT
Carole Anne Goble, CBE FREng FBCS, is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Manchester. She is Head of the UK node of ELIXIR, the European Research Infrastructure for Life Science data, and co-leads ELIXIR’s European Open Science Cloud activities on FAIR Workflows including the WorkflowHub.eu, Research Objects and Bioschemas. Her research/DevOps interests are in knowledge technologies, computational workflows, reproducibility, FAIR and open science and people wrangling.
Daniel S. Katz is Chief Scientist at NCSA and Research Associate Professor in Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), and the School of Information Sciences (iSchool) at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. He co-leads community work on making research software more sustainable, for example, through citation and FAIRness.
Herbert Van de Sompel is a Research Fellow at DANS and Visiting Professor at the Internet Technology & Data Science Lab of Ghent University. His research focus is web infrastructure for scholarly communication.