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2nd WORKSHOP ON CRIS, CERIF AND INSTITUTIONAL REPOSITORIES "Integrating Research Information: CRIS+OAR"

23 May 2011 09:00 to 24 May 2011 14:00

CNR, "Sala Bisogno"
Piazzale Aldo Moro 7, Rome

Following the successful first workshop in May 2010 at the same location http://www.irpps.cnr.it/it/eventi/workshop-on-cris-cerif-and-institutional-repositories the organizers were persuaded to run a second workshop on this topic.
The outputs of research are gaining increasing importance in the research (and commercial) environments stimulating further research and innovation. It is also becoming more and more important to describe the research context in which results were generated. The overall aim of Europe is to have access to research information without barriers.  Access to research information (projects, all types of results and full content where this is possible) is part of the strategy of the research performing institutions. Also evaluation of research is increasingly dependent on accurate and comprehensive information available in both CRIS and OAR.  Scholarly communication is changing and new models are required.  The ‘fourth paradigm’ of research is gaining importance.The purpose of the workshop is to maintain and stimulate the community interested in both CRIS and repositories, and their metadata, with a view to joint research activity.  The target audience includes among others: Researchers, Research Managers and evaluators, Librarians, Entrepreneurs, Systems Designers and Implementers.Day 1 consists of presentations with discussion. Day 2 will be concerned with discussion topics in groups and preparation of an appropriate white paper leading, hopefully, to joint actions.  To maximise time and facilitate participation we are arranging 3 sub-groups. The outcome of the subgroup discussion will be presented in the plenary session so that the main points of the white paper can be commonly agreed upon. 
The subgroups are:

  1. Lessons learned from digital libraries and lessons learned from the development of OAR, CRIS and/or
    integration of OAR and CRIS;
  2. Benefits of integrating OAR and CRIS and promoters of the integrations of OAR/CRIS and beyond;
  3. Challenges for future developments

23 May

09.00-09.30

OPENING SESSION

 

Welcome to participants, Sveva Avveduto (Director of IRPPS-CNR)

 

Review of Workshop 1, Daniela Luzi (IRPPS-CNR)(Presentation)

 

Purpose of Workshop 2, Keith Jeffery (STFC) (Presentation)

09.30-10.30

KEYNOTE Institutional policy at the University of Liège: setting up a successful Repository,
Bernard Rentier (Université de Liège) (Presentation)

10.30-11.00

BREAK

11.00-12.30

ARCHITECTURE REQUIREMENTS, Chair Daniela Luzi (IRPPS-CNR)

 

e-Infrastructure /e-science  requirements of researchers,
Brian Matthews (STFC) (Presentation)

 

Research evaluation requirements,
Jose Manuel Barrueco Cruz (Univ. de Valencia) (Abstract) (Presentation)

 

Research manager and administrator CRIS+OAR requirements,
Simon Kerridge  (Sunderland University) (Abstract) (Presentation)

 

The MERIL Project (at ESF),
Paul Beckers (ESF) (Presentation)

 

Discussion

12.30-13.30

LUNCH

13.30-15.00

STATE OF THE ART, Chair  Anne Asserson (University of Bergen)

 

A research information service based on semantic web technologies,
Sally Rumsey (Oxford University) (Abstract) (Presentation)

 

Architectures based on Repositories: “The OpenAIRE experience
Paolo Manghi (ISTI-CNR) (Abstract) (Presentation)

 

Architecture based on CRIS, Keith Jeffery (STFC) (Abstract)(Presentation)

 

Discussion

15.00-15.30

BREAK

15.30-17.00

METADATA SCHEMES, Chair  Paolo Manghi (ISTI-CNR)

 

Standards, Metadata, Ontologies: CulturaItalia, MuseiD-Italia, Internet Culturale,
Sara Di Giorgio (ICCU) (Abstract) (Presentation)

 

DC, MODS(DIDL) vs CERIF: a Tale of Two Cultures,
Ed Simons (Radboud University Nijmegen) (Abstract) (Presentation)

 

Database-based: CERIF,
Brigitte Joerg (Language Technology Lab at DFKI) (Abstract) (Presentation)

 

Discussion

17.00-18.00

REAL WORLD EXAMPLES ARCHITECTURE INTEGRATION, Chair  Keith Jeffery (STFC)

 

Norway,
Anne Asserson (University of Bergen) (Presentation)

 

Business semantics management in a regional infrastructure: the Flanders FRIS. Case, 
Leen Van Campe (EWI) (Abstract) (Presentation)

 

CRIS+OAR Integration Examples from the UK,
Simon Kerridge (Sunderland University) (Abstract) (Presentation)

 

A repository as part of an interoperable CRIS: the case of CILEA’s SURplus in Italy,
Susanna Mornati (CILEA) (Abstract) (Presentation)

 

A CRIS integrated to administrative systems and IRs,
Fabrizio Luglio (CINECA) (Abstract) (Presentation)

20.00-22.30

DINNER (self-pay)

24 May

09.00-10.30

Preparation of White Paper 2 and way forward

 

 

Subgroup 1

Lessons learned from digital libraries and lessons learned from the development of OAR, CRIS and/or integration of OAR and CRIS;
Facilitator: Paola Gargiulo (CASPUR) (Results)

Subgroup 2

Benefits of integrating OAR and CRIS and promoters of the integrations of OAR/CRIS and beyond;
Facilitator: Nikos Houssos (EKT) (Results)

Subgroup 3

Challenges for future developments
Facilitator: Paola De Castro (ISS) (Results)

 

 

10.30-11.00

BREAK

 

 

11.00-12.30

Finalising white paper and planning next steps

 

 

12.30-14.00

LUNCH

CONTACTS
Local Organizing Committee

- Daniela Luzi, Researcher of IRPPS CNR Institute for Research on Population and Social Policies daniela.luzi@cnr.it
- Keith G Jeffery, Director Information Technology & International Strategy - Science and Technology Facilities Council, keith.jeffery@stfc.ac.uk
- Anne Gams Steine Asserson, University of Bergen, Anne.Asserson@fa.uib.no

Workshop secretariat

Cristiana Crescimbene  cristiana.crescimbene@irpps.cnr.it  
M. Eugenia Bellocco, Maria Giovanna Felici, Laura Sperandio