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Subject:

FW: [CNI-ANNOUNCE] Corrected: NSF Research Data Lifecycle Management Workshop, Princeton, July 18-20

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Simon HODSON <[log in to unmask]>

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Research Data Management discussion list <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 5 May 2011 10:38:21 +0100

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Apologies for cross-posting: this workshop will likely be of interest to this list.

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From: CNI-ANNOUNCE -- News from the Coalition [[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Clifford Lynch [[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 04 May 2011 23:35
To: CNI-ANNOUNCE -- News from the Coalition
Subject: [CNI-ANNOUNCE]  Corrected: NSF Research Data Lifecycle Management Workshop, Princeton, July 18-20

I'm resending this, with a correction to the URL and a few other
minor updates. Apologies.
Clifford Lynch
Director, CNI

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National Science Foundation Funded Workshop on "Research Data
Lifecycle Management"
July 18 - July 20 2011 at
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ

We are pleased to announce the NSF funded Workshop on "Research Data
Lifecycle Management".

The objective of this workshop is to bring together researchers,
campus Information Technology (IT) leaders, and library/archive
specialists to discuss the topic of data lifecycle management
specifically as it relates to computational science and engineering
research data.  This discussion will result in a common understanding
of best practices and funding models for selecting, storing,
describing, and preserving these digital data. The workshop will also
help to cultivate partnerships between these communities to foster
continued developments in the preservation and sharing of research
data.

We now seek applications for participation and submissions of
position papers for the workshop.  In order to apply, please go to
http://rcs.columbia.edu/rdlm and follow the links to register.  The
deadline for applications is June 20, 2011, but we will review and
accept applications on a rolling basis.

Important Dates
Paper submission and registration deadline: June 20,2011 (but
accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis)
Hotel registration date: June 20, 2011
Workshop dates: July 18 - 20, 2011

Workshop Description

This workshop will bring together thought leaders on the topic of
Research Data Lifecycle Management, including researchers,
librarians, archivists, and IT professionals. Through the workshop
program, attendees will be able to participate in the development of
a data lifecycle management framework. By drawing together this
diverse group of specialists, the workshop will be able to leverage
the progress made to date by the digital curation, preservation and
open repositories communities. The workshop will also promote the
needed interaction, collaboration, and information sharing among
diverse institutions and groups involved in High Performance
Computing (HPC), research computing, IT, libraries, and archives.
The goal is to develop a combination of policy and financial
frameworks that ensures maintenance of important data over time
scales longer than the career of any individual investigator.

On-site participation will be limited to a total of seventy-five
leaders with balanced representation from the following areas:
researchers who use computational resources to produce and access
data sets; IT professionals involved in research computing support;
and librarians/archivists who manage this type of data.  In addition,
video-conferencing will be used to reach a much broader range of
off-site participants.  We hope to engage a diverse population of
researchers and professionals involved in research data lifecycle
management to represent varying perspectives and differing
institutions in the conversation.

We strongly encourage submission of position papers from people
involved in the production, use, and management of data used in
research computing.  The papers will help to gather input from a
broad community to seed the conversations at the workshop.  The
papers will also be used in the process to select individuals to
participate on-site in the workshop.  Position papers should be no
longer than 3 pages, and can be submitted as described on the
registration website any time from now through June 20, 2011, 5 pm
EDT.   Selection for participating on-site will be decided by a
review panel on a rolling basis.  Applicants will be invited to
participate on-site within two weeks of successful receipt of a
position paper, or by June 20, 2011 if not submitting a position
paper.

This NSF funded workshop is a collaboration between the Coalition for
Academic Scientific Computation (CASC) and the EDUCAUSE ACTI Campus
Cyberinfrastructure Group, and will be hosted at Princeton University
in Princeton, NJ, Monday, July 18 - Wednesday, July 20.  The workshop
will include an informal reception at the Prospect House, Princeton
University's faculty/staff club on Monday, July 18 at 6 pm.   It will
also include a dinner at Rats, a restaurant on the Grounds for
Sculpture in Hamilton, NJ on Tuesday, July 19 at 5:30 pm.

The findings of the workshop will be described in a report written by
the organizing committee and an invited group of participants.  The
report will be submitted to EDUCAUSE for publication and posted on
the CASC website.

Please feel free to contact member of the organizing committee by
email if you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions.

Best Regards,

Organizing Committee

Curt Hillegas, Ph.D. - Chair
Director of Research Computing, Princeton University
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Rajendra (Raj) Bose, Ph.D.
Manager, Research Computing Services, Columbia University
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Kerstin Lehnert, Ph.D.
Senior Research Scientist, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia
University
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Clifford Lynch, Ph.D.
Executive Director, Coalition for Networked Information
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Oren Sreebny
Senior Director Emerging Technologies and Communications, IT
Services, University of Chicago
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