null Call for abstracts su condivisione dei dati nelle Scienze della Terra

Call for abstracts su condivisione dei dati nelle Scienze della Terra

19 marzo 2024

Ci sarà una sessione dedicata alla condivisione dei dati nell'ambito delle Scienze della Terra all'interno del convegno congiunto SGI-SIMP, Società Geologica Italiana (SGI) e Società Italiana di Mineralogia e Petrologia (SIMP), che si terrà a Bari dal 3 al 5 settembre 2024. 

Particolare risalto nella sessione verrà posto alle attività che condividono dati nell’ambito di infrastrutture di ricerca, la cui definizione è data dalla Commissione Europea:
Facilities that provide resources and services for research communities to conduct research and foster innovation. They can be used beyond research e.g. for education or public services and they may be single-sited, distributed, or virtual. They include:

  • major scientific equipment or sets of instruments;
  • collections, archives or scientific data;
  • computing systems and communication networks;
  • any other research and innovation infrastructure of a unique nature which is open to external users.

La scadenza per la sottomissione degli abstract in inglese è fissata venerdì 26 aprile alle ore 19:00.

Abstract della sessione
T43. Experiences of data sharing and use in the frame of Research Data Infrastructures 

Research Data Infrastructures (RDIs) play an important role for the adoption of the Open Science paradigm and the FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable) data principles.
At the European level there are already many disciplinary-specific RDIs such as EPOS and EMSO ERICs, and support to the establishment of a data ecosystem is guaranteed by many dedicated projects, many closely linked to the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). The National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR) funds projects such as GeoSciences and MEET to help develop robust RDIs in Italy too.
RDIs manage and share research products following international standards, not only data, but also tools supporting researchers in the data management and collaborative analysis. RDIs cover the entire data lifecycle and so they require dedicated policies and workflows.
The updating of data, metadata, interoperable services, software, and related documentation needs considerable effort and requires the involvement of new profiles such as data managers, data stewards, and data analysts. Furthermore, dissemination to various stakeholders, including citizens, is crucial for their involvement and support.
Researchers are invited to describe experiences on sharing and use of data, metadata, interoperable services, tools, software, and documentation adopting well-established open standard.