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Sunday, April 17
 

9:00am

OpenRIF: semantic infrastructure for the scholarly research landscape
Limited Capacity seats available

If the diversity of data across institutions and the scholarly landscape were linked in a structured manner, we could address new questions about productivity and collaboration, aid decision-making and investments, and improve attribution of impactful resources and activities beyond publications and grants. We thereby need to link and classify data in various systems and organizations about people and their relationship to different scholarly products, such as publications, grants, presentations, courses, software, material resources, clinical instruments, protocols, etc.

OpenRIF is an open-source organization that aims to provide specific and interoperable semantic constructs to support a diversity of applications including: standardization of research networking systems data, e.g. VIVO, Loki, Profiles, and SciVal using the VIVO-Integrated Semantic Framework (VIVO-ISF); standardization of SciENcv data, the US federal biosketch system; attribution for many different types of contributions across a wide spectrum of scholarship; relating research resources in eagle-i to people and organizations using the eagle-i Resource Ontology (ERO); and tracking of scientific impact realized within clinical guidelines and other policies (in systems such as NIH PARDI).

This workshop will provide participants an introduction to the OpenRIF organization and its current components, invite contribution of use cases and requirements, and aid in the development of the OpenRIF semantic infrastructure.

Agenda is here:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_cnHSHnNeE8FeqB5JtSkvIWmqTXKMnTlpS_uWmu5yEM/
Please feel free to put your comments and questions in this document. 

Speakers
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George Chacko

CSO, NETE ESOLUTIONS (NETE) Corp.
Linking administrative records to research output.
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Mike Conlon

VIVO Project Director, Duraspace
open science, open data, linked data, VIVO, OpenVIVO, informatics, biomedical informatics, ontology, python, D3, ORCiD, the scholarly ecosystem, scientific data sharing.
avatar for Shahim Essaid

Shahim Essaid

Oregon Health & Science University
Semantic Linking of Biospecimen Resources
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Melissa Haendel

Associate Professor, OHSU
Associate Professor Interim co-director, Oregon Health & Science University Library
avatar for Violeta Ilik

Violeta Ilik

Northwestern University
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Marijane White

Ontologist Research Associate, OHSU Library Ontology Development Group
OpenRIF, Ontology Development, BFO, Semantic Web, Semantic Modeling, Topic Maps, Data Science, Python Programming


Sunday April 17, 2016 9:00am - 12:30pm
Room 1S040 (60 Seats) OHSU Collaborative Life Sciences Building

1:30pm

Organization Identifiers
Limited Capacity seats available

A gathering of persistent identifier infrastructure providers, community experts, publishers, research organisations and research information consumers, examining the current and future state of persistent identifiers for organizations. We have made significant progress in providing PIDs for people, datasets and publications. However, despite excellent work undertaken by existing players, there is no consistently adopted, open, community-driven infrastructure providing organization IDs.

This meeting will review the current state of the art, starting from work undertaken already by Jisc and CASRAI (http://jisccasraipilot.jiscinvolve.org/wp/working-groups/org-id/) and Crossref, and define a 'minimum viable product' to serve the community's needs. We aim to reach a consensus on a set of next steps and requirements to help us to evolve and develop new and existing infrastructures in this space.

Speakers
avatar for Trisha Cruse

Trisha Cruse

Director, DataCite


Sunday April 17, 2016 1:30pm - 5:00pm
Room 1S040 (60 Seats) OHSU Collaborative Life Sciences Building