[ESIP-all] RDA 2nd Plenary Meeting 16-18 September 2013 - Washington DC - SAVE THE DATE
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Mon Jun 3 19:12:22 EDT 2013
Open Research Data ... breaking down barriers
RDA Second Plenary Meeting
16-18 September 2013
National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, US
Scientists, research data infrastructure providers, research data practitioners, policy-makers and research data stakeholders from all over the world will gather at RDA’s second bi-annual plenary meeting, taking place from 16th to 18th September 2013 in the esteemed National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, US. The meeting will provide existing and new and aspiring RDA community members an opportunity to conduct business and make progress on their plans and deliverables. The plenary will be a forum to demonstrate the value of RDA and to receive feedback from the broader research and policy communities. RDA members and plenary participants will get an update on both the governing and technical (Working & Interest Groups) activities since March 2013 (RDA Launch). RDA will leverage on the plenary to continue to define and build relationships with initiatives and organizations that share the same vision and can mutually benefit from engaging with each other.
Plenary sessions will include Keynotes from internationally renowned visionaries, including the US Government, reports from currently active Working and Interest Groups, a forum for affiliate organizations, and general RDA business meetings. All this coupled with parallel breakout sessions for the Working and Interest Groups, other ad-hoc groups and a dedicated session for RDA Newcomers on how to get involved, propose new working or interest groups and interact with the RDA members.
Save the Date and watch out for updates and registration coming very soon - http://rd-alliance.org/future-events/.
Mark A. Parsons
Research Data Alliance/U.S.
Center for a Digital Society
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Troy, NY 12180
+1 518 276 2829
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