Date: 
17 September 2020
Location: 
Virtual

This webinar, co-organised by STM, CHORUS and the Center for Open Science, is part of a series organized in the context of STM’s Research Data Year presenting speakers from a variety of stakeholder groups sharing the same goal: making research data more Open and FAIR. For recordings of earlier webinars, click here.

In this webinar, Dr. Robert J. Hanisch will present NIST's initiative to create a Research Data Framework in the US with the aim of improving research integrity, cost and efficiency, risk management, and amplifying scientific discovery and innovation. The initiative is based on the demonstrated success of the “Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity” which NIST initially issued in February 2014.

Dr. Hanisch’s presentation will be followed by a panel discussion on the merits of this effort in the context of making research data more Open and FAIR, consisting of:

  • Shelley Stall, Senior Director, Data Leadership, AGU
  • Terry Law, Deputy of User Services, Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory
  • Jonathan Petters, Data Management Consultant and Curation Services Coordinator, Virginia Tech

Audience: Universities, libraries, policy makers, funders, researchers and publishers that are working on or are interested in promoting Open and FAIR data. Please register here


Original webpage: https://www.stm-assoc.org/events/free-webinar-towards-a-us-research-data...

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