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About the EUDAT Conference 2024

3-5 December 2024 | Karlsruhe, Germany

The end of 2024 brings us the next edition of the EUDAT Conference from amidst the historical surroundings of Athens to the jovial seasonal Christmas markets in Karlsruhe.

From 3-5 December 2024, the EUDAT Conference will be held at the ZKM Karlsruhe (Center for Art and Media). The EUDAT Conference is EUDAT’s flagship event which provides a forum for the latest developments in research data management and enabling tools and solutions.

As part of its regular programme, the first day will be dedicated to sessions that showcase RDM solutions that address the research data lifecycle. A poster parade and exhibition will bring you face-to-face with some of the innovators in the field and allow networking opportunities. As a new aspect of this year’s conference, there will be a call for demonstrations where a select few will be able to demonstrate their solutions to the conference audience.

The second and third day of the conference will then be dedicated towards providing a holistic view of the fast-changing landscape. Topics such as EOSC, the Data Spaces, the connection with HPC and handling sensitive data will be tackled in dedicated sessions that provide a view of developments on a European level. At the same time a session will also be dedicated to looking at individual national experiences and best practices providing various perspectives from the EUDAT members. This EUDAT Conference also aims to showcase more outside perspectives with calls for sessions.

Why participate?

Don’t miss out on the research data management conference in Europe. 

  • Join as an attendee and get acquainted with the latest advances in research data management in Europe and beyond.
  • Share and discuss your innovation or developments with delegates from different research fields that use alternative solutions.
  • Exchange best practices and experiences.
  • Get visibility and participate as an exhibitor, or present your demos and posters or in sessions!

Who should attend

  • German National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI) representatives and initiatives, to showcase developments and establish or strengthen links with the EUDAT and wider community. 
  • Researchers and citizen scientists, repository and community managers to discover services for research data management, storage, preservation and sharing.
  • Actors in the EOSC community, ESFRI, science clusters, and research infrastructures to get the latest on the state of the art and use cases of some of the core services for supporting European research
  • Projects, research institutions and national and European initiatives to gain visibility and network with stakeholders to further their activities
  • Service providers to learn what EUDAT can offer from them
    Current and prospective EUDAT users and user communities to learn about new major functionalities

SAVE THE DATE!

3-5 December 2024 | Karlsruhe, Germany

Registrations to launch on or before July 2024. 
Join the EUDAT Community to be the first to be informed of the Launch!

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Open Call for Sessions, Workshops and Presentations

As part of the aim of the EUDAT Conference this year to be more inclusive, provide a space for the community to introduce new ideas, as well as establish closer links with new communities, an Open Call for Sessions, Workshops, and Presentations is being launched. Proposals on the following topics are being accepted:

  1. EOSC advancements for the research data lifecycle
  2. Data spaces, FAIR and RDM
  3. Cross-border or cross-domain data management
  4. International RDM
  5. Policy and Ethics in Data Management (AI and ML)
  6. Data Orchestration
  7. Research Software - making it FAIR
  8. HPC and data management
  9. Existing RDM solutions
  10. Enabling open science nationally
  11. User requirements
  12. Crazy ideas: Dream RDM solutions
  13. Establishing or strengthening collaborations across the ecosystem
  14. Sensitive Data: Access conditions, access management, and processing

Criteria for selection 

  • Relevance of the proposal to the EUDAT Conference programme topics. 
  • For sessions, confirmation that at least 80% of the planned speakers will be present on-site. 
  • For presentations, ability to deliver the presentation on-site.

How to apply:  

Send your application by 31 August 2024 using the form on our website which you can access below.

Apply now

Timeline: 

  • 06 Jun.: Launch of the call. 
  • 31 Aug.: Proposal submission deadline. 
  • 09 Sep.: Acceptance/rejection communication. 
  • 16 Sep.: Start of session organisation with the programme committee

Open Call for Posters and Demos

EUDAT is providing the opportunity for you to display a poster or present a demo at the EUDAT Conference. During the EUDAT Conference Exhibition, there will be space for a limited number of posters. Posters can be submitted through this Open Call, and will be evaluated by the EUDAT team.

We are looking for poster and demo proposals which show at least one of the following:  

  • Research Data Management solutions
  • RDM solutions use cases and best practices
  • The use of EUDAT services in community data workflow
  • Integration of EUDAT services with other services

Timeline:

  • 06 Jun.: Launch of the call.
  • 31 Aug.: Proposal submission deadline. 
  • 09 Sep.: Acceptance/rejection communication. 
  • 15 Nov.: Final design/demo file sent for approval.

Format:

  • Posters: A0 portrait format
  • Demos: Video format, max 5 minutes

How to apply:

Send your application by 31 August 2024 using the form on our website which you can access below.

Apply now