euroCRIS Strategic Membership Meeting, November 20-22, Bratislava, Slovakia
In Cooperation with the Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information (CVTI SR)
The theme of the Meeting is:
Research Information and Open Science
So a very topical theme, given a.o.t. the relevance for the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) Initiative. Add to this the fact that we have been able to contact as a key note speaker, the Director of the EOSC project: Dr. Jean-Claude Burgelman and you will agree that this is a not to miss event! So make sure to already reserve the dates in your agendas. Also non-members are welcome!
Registration is open: https://en.xing-events.com/DOONQKP
Registration for the event is mandatory, but free of charge for euroCRIS members. Non-members may also attend the meeting for a fee of 60 Euro. With this fee they will automatically get a personal membership until January 1, 2019.
The meeting dinner will take place on Tuesday, November 21th at the marvelous Patrónsky pivovar. The cost of the meeting dinner is 40 Euro. The dinner can be booked in combination with the registration.
Registration will close on November 13th, 2017.
This is the draft programme for the forthcoming euroCRIS SMM to be held next Nov in Bratislava, Slovakia. While several participants are yet to confirm their contribution at this stage, a sufficient number of presentations are already available for announcing this early programme. The programme will be gradually completed as new confirmations arrive.
Monday November 20th
14:00 - 17:45 Task groups
18:00 - 19:00 CERIF tutorial
19:00 - Welcome Reception
Tuesday November 21st
09:00-09:15: Welcome speeches
By the Director of the Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information and by the President of euroCRIS
09:15 - 11:20 Open Science and FAIR Data
- 09:15-10:00: Key Note: The European Open Science Cloud Initiative
Jean-Claude Burgelman, Head of the European Open Science Cloud initiative
- 10:00-10:40: FAIR Data: principles, implementation, implications
Simon Hodson, Executive Director, CODATA, and Chair of the European Commission’s Expert Group on FAIR Data.
- 10:40-11:20: A data journey: from the lab to FAIR Data reporting
Helena Cousijn, Elsevier, Senior Product Manager Research Data
11:20 - 11:45 Coffee break
11:45- 12:30 Panel Discussion with the 3 speakers:
How to create an optimal Open Science and FAIR Data Infrastructure in Europe: with which resources, under which conditions, by which organisations? Which role could/should CRIS play?
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch
13:30 - 15:15 National Session (SK)
- State aid system for R&D and information system on research, development and innovations
Lukáš Zendulka, Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sports of SR
- The Development of Open Science in Slovakia
Skarlet Ondrejčáková, Office of the Plenipotentiary of the Government for an Open Society
- Activities on Open Science Support in CVTI SR
Jana Kasáková, Silvia Horáková (CVTI SR)
- Research Information System in SAS
Lukáš Demovič, Andrea Doktorová (Slovak Academy of Science)
- The SK CRIS system and a R&D Data Integration
Danica Zendulková (CVTI SR)
15:15 - 15:45 Coffee break
15:45 - 17:00 Presentations by euroCRIS Strategic Partners
- MoU euroCRIS-OCLC and the Global CRIS-IR Survey by euroCRIS and OCLC.
Rebecca Bryant, Senior Programme Officer, OCLC Research.
- The CASRAI EU-Chapter
Ligia Ribeiro, Senior Researcher, University of Porto. Head of CASRAI EU Initiative.
- European Science Foundation: new projects and developments
Julija Baginskaite, ESF
- EARMA: The European Association of Research Managers
John Donovan, Dublin Institute of Technology, ex-President EARMA. (tbc)
17:00-17:45: Sponsor session
19.00 Dinner: Patrónsky pivovar
Wednesday November 22nd
08:30 - 10:15 Regional session
- An integrated system of services and science support systems
Juraj Noge, Marián Trgala, Marta Dušková (CVTI SR)
- Project Information System at the University of Žilina
Ján Čelko (Vice-rector of Science and Research at UŽ)
- Boosting Engagement of Serbian Universities in Open Science (BE-OPEN)
(Dejan Pajić, U Novi Sad, Biljana Kosanovic, Branko Milosavljevic, U Belgrade, Serbia)
- OMEGA-PSIR: Institutional CRIS at Polish Universities
Jakub Koperwas, Henryk Rybinski, Łukasz Skonieczny, Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology, Warsaw University of Technology
10:15 - 10:45 Coffee break
10:45 - 11:45 Regional session (continued)
- Services of the Tomas Bata University Library for researchers
Ivan Masár, TBU Zlín
- From data collection to FAIR use in CRIS. The case of University of Vienna
Steve Reding, Clemens Miniberger, University of Vienna
- Development of Software Infrastructure for Research Domain at the University of Novi Sad (DOSIRD UNS, http://dosird.uns.ac.rs/)
Dragan Ivanović, U Novi Sad, Serbia
11:45 - 12:45 CERIF developments
- CERIF-XML OpenAIRE Guidelines for CRIS Managers
Jan Dvorak, euroCRIS Task Group leader CERIF and Architectures
- The CERIFication of the Jisc Research Data Shared Services (RDSS)
- The Dutch P-O-P-F project: communicating information between institutional and national CRIS in The Netherlands by means of CERIF
Ed Simons, Radboud University, President of euroCRIS
12:45 - 13:45 Lunch
13:45 - 14:30 euroCRIS Business session
- Peter Leijten, euroCRISTreasurer: Budget 2018
- Valérie Brasse, euroCRIS Executive Projects euroCRIS projects
- Task group leaders - Progress task groups
14:30 - 16:00 Presentation by Strategic partners
- ORCiD: News and Developments
Josh Brown, Director Partnerships, ORCiD organisation
- DuraSpace-euroCRIS: a new cooperation
Michele Mennielli, External Relations Executive DuraSpace and euroCRIS
- COAR (tbc)
- OpenAIRE (tbc)
- JISC (tbc)
16:00 - 16:30 Coffee break
16:30 - 17:30 Panel discussion with Strategic Partners:
Towards an International Research Information Infrastructure: concrete steps and joint way forward. Follow-up discussion on the initiative started at the SMM in Athens last year
17:30 - 17:45 Closing
Venue of the meeting
The euroCRIS Strategic Membership Meeting will take place in the Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information, Lamačská cesta 8/A, Bratislava (GPS: S 48.16987°, V 17.07459°).
How to get to the meeting venue?
- Transpost from/to Vienna airport
Direct connection between Vienna airport and the Bratislava main bus station (Autobusová stanica Mlynské Nivy) with Eurolines or Regiojet lines. From the main bus station (Mlynské Nivy) to the bus stop Patrónka (bus no. 21 or no. 25). Then walk ca. 2 minutes (140 m) to the Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information.
- Transport from/to Bratislava airport
From the airport to the bus stop Trnavské mýto (bus no. 61), then continue to the bus stop Patrónka (bus no. 63) or to the bus stop SAV (trolleybus no. 204) and then continue to the bus stop Patrónka (bus no. 21 or no. 63). Then walk ca. 2 minutes (140 m) to the Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information.
- Transport from/to the train station
From the main train station to the bus stop SAV (bus no. 32), then continue to the bus stop Patrónka (bus no. 21, no. 25 or no. 63). Then walk ca. 2 minutes (140 m) to the Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information.
- If you are leaving from another place, you can use the following connections to the bus stop Patrónka:
the buses no: 21, 25, 30, 37, 63, 83, 84, 92
the trolleybuses: 207, 211, 212
The bus tickets can be purchased from the vending machine or from the newsstand. The ticket is marked directly in the means of transport. You can find the ticket price here.
You can also download the application of Bratislava public transport services here.
Hop In and Uber mobile application are available for Bratislava.
You can find all information about transport in the city on the official tourist website.
You can enjoy your stay in Bratislava in one of the following hotels that are recommended by our co-organisers:
You may also find your accommodation in the neighborhood of the Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information using booking.com
Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia, lies along both sides of the river Danube, in the south-west of the country, close to the borders with Austria and Hungary. City has a rich cultural life, with a large number of museums, galleries and theatres, including world-renowned Slovak National Theatre, and annually hosts many festivals and other cultural events.