Die Angebote der verschiedenen Institutionen während der LOVE DATA WEEK sind nachfolgend verlinkt.

The presentations of the various institutions during the LOVE DATA WEEK are linked in the subsequent schedule.

Les présentations des institutions pendant la LOVE DATA WEEK sont listées ci-dessous.

Le presentazioni delle varie istituzioni durante la LOVE DATA WEEK sono linkate di seguito.

See for presentations: Love Data Week Switzerland Community on Zenodo

 

12.02.2024

Show your kind of data! #LoveData24
12 - 16 February 2024 / Creative Activity on Social Media
Over the course of Love Data Week, use your creativity to showcase your data in an unusual way: try Play-Doh, cookies/cakes, poetry, songs, photos, painting, or interpretive dance – whatever you feel like. Tag us in your posts on Social Media, and we’ll share your work on the ORD Social Media Channels. We are curious to see creative approaches from different disciplinary communities. Show us your kind of data!
X: @ORData_ch
LinkedIn: Open Research Data
Instagram: @openresearchdata

Olivia Denk & Kai Pitre Salgado (ORD Unit, Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences) 

Wikidata - Your friendly Open Knowledge Graph
10:00 - 11:00 CET
Zoom, Talk/Workshop in English
Wikidata is the structured and multilingual knowledge base for the "sum of all human knowledge". The aim of this introduction to Wikidata is to get an overview about the possibilities of Wikidata (and its underlying software Wikibase) for your own research projects.
Christian Erlinger (ORCID: 0000-0001-7872-9617, ZHB Luzern)

Introduction to research data management
10:15 - 11:00 CET
Online, Talk in English
Data is core to research and the basis for all publications. Research institutions and funders expect it to be properly managed and shared. We will go through the research data lifecycle (planning, collecting, processing, preserving, sharing, re-using) and discuss the basics and good practices of RDM.
Guillaume Pasquier (IHEID)

Switch Open Data API
11:00 - 12:00 CET
Zoom, Talk/Workshop in English
Background and Demonstration Open Data API.
Kurt Baumann, Tobias Schweizer (Switch)

Data management plans for SNSF projects - and you!
11:15 - 12:00 CET
Online, Talk in English
Funders require grant submissions to include a data management plan. This DMP is actually a useful tool that can help you avoid major issues in your research. This presentation explains what it is, how it should be filled. Note: Having participated in the "Intro to RDM" workshop earlier that day is recommended but not mandatory.
Guillaume Pasquier (IHEID)

Il consenso informato
12:00 - 12:30 CET
Online, Talk in Italian
Il consenso informato (Love Data Week): Negli ultimi anni, il framework Open Research Data (che mira a favorire la condivisione e il riutilizzo dei dati di ricerca) si è "scontrato" con le revisioni delle leggi europea e svizzera in materia di protezione dei dati personali. In questo contesto, il consenso informato è un elemento fondamentale per garantire la possibilità di condividere e riutilizzare i dati personali generati nei progetti di ricerca. In questo breve incontro, saranno presentati vari aspetti del consenso informato per la raccolta dei dati personali, ovvero la valutazione della necessità di utilizzo, le varie tipologie disponibili, i contenuti necessari e le possibili modalità di somministrazione.
Emiliano Soldini, Loredana Alberti  (ORCID:0000-0002-9577-5567, SUPSI)

Research data licensing, in 15 minutes
13:00 - 13:15 CET
Online, Talk in English
This short presentation will present what kind of research data are protected by copyright in Switzerland. It will also provide recommendations on how to choose a Creative Commons license for data, especially in an open data perspective.
Anouk Santos (ORCID: 0000-0002-1836-0835, UNIGE)

Data as the Lifeblood of the Circular Economy: The Role of ReMade@ARI in Shaping Sustainable Futures
13:00 - 13:15 CET
Online, Talk in English
The talk will introduce open science and data management strategies that enable transparency, research integrity, and knowledge transfer within the context of the Circular Economy and the ReMade@ARI project. It will detail the development and implementation of a comprehensive Data Management Plan aligned with FAIR principles, as well as strategies for open access publishing. The talk will also expand on how research infrastructures integrate local data policies with open science principles.
Reza Ali Rezaee Vahdati (PSI)

Prinzipien & Praktiken Open Research Data
13:30 - 14:30 CET
Teams, Talk in German
Basiswissen zu Open Research Data mit dem Fokus: Allgemeine Einführung Open Science und Open Research Data, FAIR, Lizenzen, Rechtliche Aspekte, Metadaten, Data Management Planung, Was bedeutet ORD für die Forschenden?
Marianne Mischler / Chantal Lüdi (Kooperationsprojekt: BFH, HSLU, HfH, PHZG, PHZH, UniLU)

Research Data Carpentry – Publish your Research Data with us (download presentation)
13:00 - 16:00 CET
Workshop in English (on location)
Many funding and research institutions, including ETH Zurich, now require that research data relevant to the validation of published research results be made available via a FAIR data repository. In this workshop, we will first introduce the do's and don'ts of publishing research data. Secondly, there will be an open session, where you can drop in at your convenience to get support from us in publishing your research data in our institutional FAIR data repository, the Research Collection. We can also give you some advice on alternative FAIR data repositories. Come and join us!
Madeleine Fritschi, Julian Dederke, Fabian Schmid (ORCID: 0000-0002-6247-0396, 0000-0002-4583-6720, 0000-0002-3904-0929, ETH Zurich)

Initiation au Data Management Plan du FNS
14:00 – 15:00 CET
Hybrid, Talk in French
Comment remplir le Data Management Plan (ou DMP) du FNS ? En quoi consiste un DMP ? À quoi sert-il ? À quoi faut-il penser pour le rédiger ? Et plus encore…
Marylène Grzesiak (ORCID: 0000-0002-0728-2448, HEIG-VD/HES-SO)


13.02.2024

Repositorien im Kontext von Open Research Data
09:00 - 10:00 CET
Zoom, Talk in German
Basiswissen zu Repositorien im Kontext von Open Research Data mit dem Fokus: Qualitätskriterien, Suche und Auswahl von Repositorien; Suche von Forschungsdaten, Zitieren von Daten.
Alexandra Schättin / Michael Schneider (Kooperationsprojekt: BFH, HSLU, HfH, PHZG, PHZH, UniLU)

Gérer ses données de recherche
9:00 – 11:30 CET
Hybrid, Talk in French
Qu’est-ce qui est une donnée de la recherche et qu’est-ce qui ne l’est pas ? En quoi consiste le cycle de vie de données de recherche ? À quoi faut-il penser avant, pendant et à la fin d’un projet de recherche ? Et plus encore…
Marylène Grzesiak (ORCID: 0000-0002-0728-2448, HEIG-VD/HES-SO)

How to Publish Data on the Language Repository of Switzerland (LaRS)
09:30 – 10:00 CET
Zoom, Talk in English    
This event introduces the Language Repository of Switzerland (LaRS), powered by SWISSUbase. It is aimed at researchers in the field of Linguistics who would like to learn in a short tutorial how to publish their data on the repository in a few simple steps.
Stefanie Strebel (ORCID: 0000-0002-3336-4199, University of Zurich)

Research data organisation - Good practices for the social sciences
10:15 - 11:00 CET
Online, Talk in English
Learn how to find the right organisation for your files and folders, ways to identify the contents of files without needing to open it, how to manage versions and collaboration, and how this fits into research data management and documentation.
Guillaume Pasquier (IHEID)

Electronic Laboratory Notebooks: why and how
11:00 - 11:30 CET
Zoom, Talk in English
This online seminar will provide an overview of Electronic Laboratory Notebooks (ELNs), outline why they are important and describe how to select an ELN and how to introduce it in an academic laboratory.
Caterina Barillari ( ORCID: 0000-0001-7590-8767, ETH Zurich)

AiiDAlab - the web environment for AiiDA
11:30 - 12:00 CET
Online, Talk in English
In the presentation, I will introduce AiiDAlab, a web interface for the AiiDA workflow and data manager. AiiDAlab facilitates easy access to simulations for non-experts, making them a routine tool for research.
Aliaksandr Yakutovich (ORCID: 0000-0002-7496-3075, Empa)

Anonimizzazione
12:00 - 12:30 CET
Online, Talk in Italian
L'anonimizzazione dei dati personali (Love Data Week): nell'attuale contesto della ricerca scientifica, la possibilità di condividere e riutilizzare i dati personali richiede delle soluzioni che consentano anche di garantire la loro protezione ai sensi delle nuove leggi europea e svizzera. L'anonimizzazione dei dati personali è una procedura essenziale a questo scopo; in questo breve incontro, saranno presentati vari aspetti che la contraddistinguono, cioè le motivazioni che spingono ad anonimizzare i dati personali, la procedura, e gli elementi di una strategia di anonimizzazione.
Emiliano Soldini (ORCID: 0000-0002-9577-5567, SUPSI)

“Critical FAIRness”: Open Science in Practice-Based Research in Art and Design
12:00 - 12:30 CET
Zoom (Meeting-ID: 632 3906 7501), Talk in English
Critical FAIRness is an exploratory study on open research data in art and design at the Basel Academy of Art and Design FHNW, Switzerland, funded by swissuniversities. The project investigates the critical state of publishing in art and design. While practice-based research in art and design has existed in Switzerland for more than 20 years, there is a lack of infrastructure that bridges the gap between the everyday documentation practices of researchers and infrastructures for making creative approaches public, such as data repositories. The term “critical” is meant in the sense of urgency to act and help develop advanced infrastructures and formats that understand the process of sharing research data as socio-technological, take the claim of democratization of research seriously, and augment the operations of practice-based research. The talk focuses on the practices of open research data in practice-based research in art and design, by discussing the principles of FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable) and juxtaposing these to the principles of CARE (Collective Benefit, Authority to Control, Responsibility, and Ethics) which could be seen as a revision of FAIR.
Patrizia Munforte (ORCID: 0009-0007-4348-2598, FHNW)

"Mission GDR: ultime quête avant les fêtes", un jeu sérieux sur la gestion des données de recherche.
12:15 - 13:30 CET
Workshop in French (on location, please register for the event) 
Participez à une session de jeu du serious game « Mission GDR : ultime quête avant les fêtes », un jeu collaboratif pour découvrir les bases de la gestion des données de recherche.
Pauline Melly (ORCID: 0000-0003-2250-9070, HEDS/HES-SO Valais-Wallis)

Using High Performance Computing for "normal" data
13:00 - 13:15 CET
Online, Talk in English
There is a common misconception that High Performance Computing is only for “big data”, huge datasets that require hundreds or thousands of CPUs, and using HPC is too complicated for “normal’ data. 
In this coffee lecture I will dispel this notion and show that HPC could be useful for your data-loving needs, and might even help you to time-travel.

Stuart Dennis (ORCID: 0000-0003-4263-3562, Eawag)

Organisation & Dokumentation von Daten
13:30 - 14:15 CET
Online, Talk in German
Basiswissen zur Organisation und Dokumentation von Daten mit dem Fokus: Speicherung und Sicherung von Daten, Ordnerstruktur, Versionierung, Benennung und Metadaten.
Alexandra Schättin / Michael Schneider (Kooperationsprojekt: BFH, HSLU, HfH, PHZG, PHZH, UniLU)

Introduction aux données de recherche
14:15 - 15:00 CET
Online, Talk in French
Le concept de « données de recherche » vous semble flou ? Vous peinez à savoir ce qui peut être qualifié de donnée de recherche parmi les éléments de votre recherche ? Cette séance introductive vous donnera les éléments de base pour vous permettre de reconnaître les données de recherche et de savoir comment les gérer efficacement dès le début de votre recherche.
Talal Zouhri (UNIGE)

RDM in Humanities I: Forschungsdaten in den Geisteswissenschaften
14:15 - 15:00 CET
Zoom, Talk in German
Forschungsdaten in den Geisteswissenschaften – gibt es die überhaupt? Wie sehen die aus? Wieso sollte ich meine Forschungsdaten managen? Welche Forschungsdaten sollte ich veröffentlichen? In einem Inputtalk und einer anschliessenden Diskussion nähern wir uns gemeinsam diesen Fragen an.
Yvonne Fuchs (UniLU)

RDM in Humanities II: transcriptiones
15:15 - 15:45 CET
Zoom, Talk in English
transcriptiones is an online platform where researchers, students, and citizen scientists upload their transcriptions of historical manuscripts, making them easily accessible to the public. Following a model similar to Wikipedia, it leverages crowd knowledge, allowing users to share their transcriptions with fellow enthusiasts. In return, users discover pertinent transcriptions for their own projects. Notably, these transcriptions are not confined to predetermined digital copies but instead emerge from individual historical research interests.
Yvonne Fuchs, Dominic Weber (UniLU, UniBe)

Demonstration of eLabNext system used by the Faculty of Medicine (UniGe) laboratories to manage their data
15:15 - 16:00 CET
Zoom, Talk in English
In September 2020, the Faculty of Medicine (UniGe) initiated the SmartLab project with the aim to implement a LIMS for their research groups. Three years later, 50% of our laboratories are using eLabNext, the system selected and supported by the Faculty. We are glad to present this tool and answering your questions about this project.
Coralie Fournier (ORCID: 0000-0002-7310-0227, UNIGE)

Secure Handling of Strictly Confidential and Confidential Research
15.30 - 16.00 CET
Zoom, Meeting ID: 648 1455 0032, Talk in English
Research with sensitive personal data (strictly confidential and confidential data) requires special cybersecurity and data protection measures to ensure the confidentiality of data and to protect the privacy of individuals. What are strictly confidential and confidential data in a research context? What laws and regulations must be followed? What is the implication of non-compliance? I am a researcher - how do I translate and integrate laws, regulations, and cybersecurity into my day-to-day research practice? Let's try to bring light to these questions.
Dr. Anna Wiegand (ORCID:0000-0003-1952-4843, ETH Zürich)

RDM in Humanities III: Geovistory
16:00 - 16:45 CET
Zoom, Talk in English
The goal of the Geovistory environment is to support historians in their research data management by providing tools and practices that are easy to use, help them structure their research data according to the FAIR principles, as well as also allow them to mobilize the full potential of their data for research.
Stephen Hart (UniBe)


14.02.2024

Data Papers, Data statement: how to visibilize the work you've invested in your data
09:00 - 09:15 CET
Online, Talk in English
In the context of open research data, we invite you to familiarize yourself with Data Statements & Data Papers. The first ones are included in traditional scientific publications and give additional information regarding the availability of the underlying data, while the second ones are specific publications intended to highlight and document a dataset published somewhere online.
Floriane Muller (0000-0002-2580-3374, UNIGE)

Spreading the love for data: How to teach others about research data management
09:15 - 10:00 CET
Zoom, Talk in English
The event aims to empower participants with the knowledge and skills to effectively educate others about research data management. Participants learn about best practices in creating training events, how to structure such events and where to find resources to develop them.
Melanie Röthlisberger, Stefanie Strebel (ORCID: 0000-0002-1959-174X, UZH)

Déposer un set de données de recherche sur Zenodo
10:00 - 10:15 CET
Hybrid, Talk in French
Comment dépose-t-on un set sur Zenodo et à quoi faut-il penser ? (introduction)
Marylène Grzesiak (ORCID: 0000-0002-0728-2448, HEIG-VD/HES-SO)

Visibiliser son code sur Zenodo
10:15 - 10:30 CET
Hybrid, Talk in French
Partager son code et le rendre visible est important pour la recherche. GitHub est souvent utilisé pour cela : en complément, il est intéressant de déposer son code sur un dépôt de données notamment pour deux raisons : obtenir un DOI permet de citer aisément et de manière pérenne son code ; la visibilité est augmentée en utilisant plusieurs plateformes. Venez découvrir comment publier facilement son code sur Zenodo!
Marylène Grzesiak (ORCID: 0000-0002-0728-2448, HEIG-VD/HES-SO)

The Zenodo communities: visibility and FAIRness of your dataset. Example at the EPFL
11:00 - 11:45 CET
Zoom, Talk in English
Communities are shared areas on the Zenodo platform where projects, institutions, domains, and conferences can curate and manage their research outputs. An EPFL community https://zenodo.org/communities/epfl was created in 2013, mainly as a light-weight solution to identify datasets published by EPFL researchers. In 2023, this community has been re-launched with the aim of improving the visibility and FAIRness of the content. We will show how this has been implemented through the introduction of new added-value services in coordination with the Infoscience institutional repository and the ACOUA data archive, and a practical curation policy. To conclude the presentation, we will present a few outcomes and perspectives.
Alain Borel (ORCID 0000-0003-3268-3195, EPFL)

Metadata - If you love your data, annotate it!
11:00 - 11:45 CET
Zoom, Talk in English
This online seminar will highlight the importance of machine-actionable metadata for FAIR RDM.
Henry Lütcke (0000-0001-7225-4374, ETH Zurich)

Case study: Research Data at PH Zug, what technical challenges are we facing?
12:00 - 12:30 CET
Zoom, Talk in German
In this presentation results from the internal survey regarding research data at the PH Zug will be presented. We asked the researchers what kind of data is collected? Which data types and in which formats are generated? Where is the research data stored? How large are the data volumes and more.
Furthermore, the technical challenges are discussed and some inputs and recommendations on the technical aspects of both data storage and data security will be presented. Topics such as common data formats, cloud services, mobile devices, password management, deletion of data, backup types, challenges with large data volumes and what to do in the event of data breach will be addressed.

Ibrahim Aközel, Marianne Mischler (PH Zug)

GIT per condivisione software
12:00 - 12:30 CET
Online, Talk in Italian
La condivisione e lo sviluppo collaborativo di software Open Source si basa sull'utilizzo di piattaforme Git. In questo breve incontro si presenteranno e discuteranno i principi e i concetti di base, si vedrà inoltre una caso d'esempio dimostrativo per illustrare il funzionamento operativo secondo le buone pratiche.
Massimiliano Cannata (ORCID: 0000-0003-2527-1416, SUPSI)

Publish your data on OLOS
12:00 - 12:45 CET
Online, Talk in English
An overview of how the OLOS repository is promoted and integrated into the organisation as well as a short course on how to use it.
Simon Walther / Jonas Born (BFH)

Comment partager ses données sur Zenodo
12:15 - 12:45 CET
Teams, Talk in French
Vous souhaitez découvrir le dépôt de données Zenodo. Comprendre comment déposer vos données sur ce dépôt. En 30 minutes chrono vous découvrirez le b.a.-ba pour déposer des données sur ce dépôt. 
Pauline Melly (ORCID: 0000-0003-2250-9070, HEDS/HES-SO Valais-Wallis)

Publier ses données de recherche sur SWISSUbase en 15 minutes
12:30 – 12:45 CET
Teams, Workshop in French
Destiné aux chercheur.eusexs de l’Université de Lausanne et de l’Université de Neuchâtel, cet atelier propose une démonstration en ligne du processus de dépôt de données dans SWISSUbase. En fin de démonstration, un temps sera consacré aux questions/réponses.
Carmen Jambé / Quentin Gallis (ORCID: 0000-0001-5399-3948, Université de Lausanne / Université de Neuchâtel)

Data visualization - What makes a good graph?
13:00 - 13:15 CET
Online, Talk in English
Poor data charts are hindering the effective transfer of knowledge in academia. On the contrary – clear charts can help your research papers get noticed and your presentations - understood. Martins Zaumanis will show his 8-step method for creating self-explanatory data visualizations. Download a cheat sheet summarizing the 8 steps here: https://peerrecognized.com/dataviz/
Martins Zaumanis (ORCID: 0000-0003-4768-7500, Empa)

How to publish research data in 5 easy steps
13:00 - 14:00 CET
Zoom, Talk in English
Publishing research data is an important activity at the end of the research data life cycle. Publicly shared research data provide evidence for findings presented in research articles or books, and they pave the way for further research and teaching. This short course introduces you to the five essential steps everyone should be familiar with when publishing research data.
Jennifer Morger, Gero Schreier (ORCID: 0000-0003-3293-9621, 0000-0002-5730-1408, UniBe)

Sharing social science research data via SWISSUbase
14:00 – 14:30 CET
Zoom, Workshop in English
You love your social science data and plan to share them with researchers but don’t know exactly how that works? Do you want to learn more about sharing sensitive data? Do you have other questions about sharing your social science research data? If so, our mini-workshop is for you. In this mini-workshop, we will give an overview of the services FORS offers and then provide you with a short demonstration of how to deposit social science data via SWISSUbase. In the second part, you will get the chance to ask questions related to sharing your own data and get hands-on advice. If you want to get familiar with SWISSUbase for social science data before, we recommend you watch this video.
Meret Hildebrandt / Marielle Kappeler / Marieke Heers (FORS Data Archive Services / FORS, Swiss Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences)

How reusable are research datasets? Addressing 'R' of the FAIR data principles within use cases for student theses
14:30 - 15:15 CET
Zoom (Meeting-ID: 512 527 7341, Passwort: 144385), Talk in English
In recent years, the importance of sharing research data has become widely recognized. One of the benefits of this practice is the potential for data to be reused in new contexts. But are (openly) available datasets indeed reusable? To address and evaluate this point, we launched the ROADS project. It is co-funded by swissuniversities and runs from December 2023 to December 2024. Our aim is to explore the possibilities of utilizing data collected in the context of other projects in student theses across various disciplines. In this contribution, we will present our ongoing activities in the ROADS project, provide an overview of forthcoming project outcomes, and discuss some related challenges.
Anna Daudrich (ORCID: 0000-0002-7663-5630, ZHAW)

Open Data and Data Management in Clinical Research
15:00 - 16:00 CET
Online, Talk in English
Open research data is a fundamental contribution to the transparency and reproducibility of science. In clinical research, the sharing of data can be seen as ethical obligation if the participants put themselves at risk. On the other hand, health-related data are sensitive data that require special protection. 
In this talk, we will give an overview of Data Management in the context of Good Clinical Practice, the FAIR data principles, and how clinical data can be shared within ethical and legal limitations.

Constantin Sluka (ORCID: 0000-0001-7672-4986, Department of Clinical Research, University of Basel c/o University Hospital Basel, Talk organized by Local Basel Node of the Swiss Reproducibility Network)  

Switch Open Data Navigator
16:00 - 17:00 CET
Zoom, Talk/Workshop in English
Background and Demonstration Open Data Navigator
Sebastian Sigloch, Andrea Bertino (Switch)


15.02.2024

Managing your research data in accordance with the FAIR principles, in 15 minutes
09:00 - 09:15 CET
Online, Talk in English
The FAIR Principles are good practices for the optimal dissemination of research data, ensuring its visibility, discoverability and reusability. More and more funders and institutions expect researchers to follow these principles when disseminating their research data. This presentation will cover an overview of funder requirements, the FAIR principles in practice with useful tips, as well as resources to check if your data are FAIR compliant.
Floriane Muller, Dimitri Donzé (ORCID: 0000-0002-2580-3374, 0000-0002-8742-9971, UNIGE)

Discover DataGo: a tool for assessing the shareability of personal and sensitive data
9:30 – 9:45 CET
Zoom (Passcode: 67874682), Workshop in English
DataGo is a new tool for assessing the shareability of personal and sensitive data through an archive. The presentation is targeting social science researchers who have already collected their data as well as anyone involved in the provision of data management support (i.e. data stewards, data librarians, research consultants).
Pablo Diaz / Alexandra Stam (ORCID: 0000-0001-7327-1803 / 0009-0008-0906-3274, University of Lausanne / Swiss Center of Expertise in the Social Sciences (FORS))

International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) and 3D
10:00 - 10:45 CET
Zoom, Talk in English
The use of open standards removes unnecessary barriers and allows for interoperability. IIIF is a set of open standards for delivering digital objects such as images, audios, videos, and 3D data. In this talk I will present the advantages of the IIIF standard and the attempts to define a IIIF standard for 3D objects.
Rita Gautschy (ORCID: 0000-0002-5470-8720, DaSCH)

Digital security for social science researchers
10:15 - 11:00 CET
Online, Talk in English
Data security is a major cause for concern for researchers and their participants, for both legal and ethical reasons. Some aspects of it are covered by technical choices and measures determined ahead of the project. This presentation by Pedro Maia will cover aspects such as secure storage, secure communication, and more.
Pedro Dos Santos Maia (IHEID)

Getting started with a Data Management Strategy for your Research Group (download presentation)
11:00 - 11:30 CET
Zoom, Talk in English
Research environments are very vibrant; while new researchers frequently join, others leave the research group. In this light, defined rules for RDM within a research group might remain the sole resource of concerted RDM practices that enable validation and reuse of research output in and outside of your research group. Hence, having a strategy for your group’s data management in place will be pivotal to uphold good practice and consistency in RDM. Did we pique your interest? In this session, we will show how you can get started with your own data management strategy for a research group. True to the motto: Get started now.
Julian Dederke, Fabian Schmid (ORCID: 0000-0002-4583-6720, 0000-0002-3904-0929, ETH Zurich)

Second love: finding and re-using research data
11:15 - 12:00 CET
Zoom, Talk in English
Give research data a second life and re-use it! We show you where and how you can find research data and what you should look out for when evaluating a dataset. The re-use of data offers opportunities not only for research, but also for teaching.
Christina Besmer, Iris Lindenmann (ORCID: 0000-0002-1815-3668, 0000-0002-8496-1778, University of Basel)

Data anonymisation for qualitative and quantitative researchers 
11:15 - 12:00 CET
Online, Talk/Workshop in English
A workshop presenting anonymisation principles and methods for data anonymisation in the humanities and social sciences, including two participative exercises (1 quali, 1 quanti) and a discussion.
Guillaume Pasquier (IHEID)

Condividere dati in Zenodo
12:00 - 12:30 CET
Online, Talk in Italian
Che cos'è un repository? Come trovo un dataset pubblicato in un repository? Come pubblico un mio dataset su zenodo? Queste alcune delle domande a cui risponde questa presentazione pratica.
Lorenzo Sommaruga (ORCID: 0000-0003-0254-4952, SUPSI)

"Mission GDR: ultime quête avant les fêtes", un jeu sérieux sur la gestion des données de recherche.
12:15 - 13:30 CET
Talk in French (on location, please register for the event)
Participez à une session de jeu du serious game « Mission GDR : ultime quête avant les fêtes », un jeu collaboratif pour découvrir les bases de la gestion des données de recherche.
Pauline Melly (ORCID: 0000-0003-2250-9070, HEDS/HES-SO Valais-Wallis)

Don’t underestimate the task - Horizon Europe DMP as a project partner
13:00 - 13:15 CET
Online, Talk in English
In any HorizonEurope projects Data Management Plans (DMPs) and FAIR Data treatment are now mandatory. Hence each project partner has to contribute, update the DMP on a regular basis, and implement essential parts of FAIR data treatment. We explain, what has to be done, so that you can budget the work accordingly - otherwise you will have to it for free.
Matthias Rösslein (Empa)

Datenmanagementplan
13:30 - 14:30 CET
Zoom (Meeting-ID: 647 4163 6488, Kenncode: 447942), Talk in German
Basiswissen zur Erstellung eines Datenmanagementplans: 4 Hauptbereiche eines DMP anhand Leitfragen entwickeln. Mit Leitprinzipien und Beispielen kommen sie gut ans Ziel.
Clemens Trautwein / Yvonne Fuchs (ORCID: 0000-0002-9483-1723 (CT), Kooperationsprojekt: BFH, HSLU, HfH, PHZG, PHZH, UniLU)

Advancing RDM practices from bottom up: A Case Study of Swiss Movement Laboratories
14:00 - 14:30 CET
Zoom, Talk in English
Effective data reuse relies on thorough preparation and (minimally) standardized documentation of data. In the field of movement analysis, conducted in both research-oriented and clinical laboratories, such standards are largely absent. The MoveD project addresses this gap. It seeks to establish modular guidelines for the management of movement data, addressing legal aspects, metadata, file formats, and processing methods against the backdrop of diverse scenarios of reuse. In this contribution we shed light on our collaborative efforts within the community to delineate such guidelines, the challenges we face, and how the project itself stimulates the discourse about ORD within the community.
Simon van Rekum (ZHAW)

Horizon-Europe DMP - Challenges and Solutions
15:00 - 16:00 CET
Zoom, Talk in English
Many researchers and institution underestimate considerable the effort, which is reqired for the mandadory DMP and FAIR data treatment in a HEurope project. The EU DMP template consists of 42 questions, which have to be answered and have to be update permantly during the project period. OpenAIRE states: - Prepare a Data Management Plan (DMP) and keep it updated throught the course of the project. - Deposit data in a trusted repository and provide open access to it. - Provide information (via the same repository) about any research output or any tools and instruments needed to re-use or validate the data. They furthermore stress, keep in mind that 'research data' is a very broad concept and certainly not limited to numerical/tabular data. All of this requires the update of 10 of those 42 questions.
Matthias Roesslein (ORCID: 0000-0002-6858-4124, Empa)


16.02.2024

SNSF Data Management Plan (DMP): : how to fill it and what information to include?
09:15 - 10:45 CET
Online, Talk in English
From now on, the SNSF requires a data management plan (DMP) for each accepted project. It is a requirement of the CUREG, too. During this workshop, you will see what are the requirements from the SNSF and how to fill the DMP.
Jean-Blaise Claivaz, Dimitri Donzé (ORCID: 0000-0001-8782-0922, 0000-0002-8742-9971, UNIGE)

Deriving Metadata Models unsing Quality Tools
10:00 - 11:00 CET
Zoom, Talk in English
Numerous research have difficulties to develop adquoate metadate models, as they lack adquate instruments to do so. Therefore, we present the approach to use different to from the total quality management approach, which was worked out by Ishikawa Kaoru from Toyota in the late 1960. They help to visualise and priorize essental cause (metadata), which have an effect on the outcome of a process.
Matthias Roesslein (ORCID: 0000-0002-6858-4124, Empa)

Swiss Participations in European Open Science Cloud
11:00 - 12:00 CET
Zoom, Talk in English
Overview of Swiss EOSC Participation
Sebastian Sigloch, Kurt Baumann (Switch)

Sharing your research as open data on a FAIR repository
11:15 - 12:00 CET
Online, Talk/Workshop in English
Discover why research data can/should be shared, how the FAIR principles determine whether data is open, and how to choose a repository. This session includes a practical exploration of Zenodo as a generic repository example.
Guillaume Pasquier (IHEID)

Data Management Plan
12:00 - 12:30 CET
Online, Talk in Italian
Sempre di più esigenza per l’ottenimento di fondi come ad esempio presso il FNS, il Data Management Plan (DMP) aiuta a pianificare la gestione dei dati di una ricerca durante tutto il ciclo di vita della stessa (creazione, raccolta, documentazione, descrizione, condivisione e conservazione), specificando al contempo le questioni legali relative all'utilizzo o riutilizzo dei dati (restrizioni legali, proprietà dei dati, proprietà intellettuale, obblighi contrattuali, dati sensibili). Un’approccio empirico basato su un ipotetico studio di caso.
Emanuele Meier (ORCID: 0000-0001-9748-8935, SUPSI)

Do you care about FAIR data series? You NEAD to upgrade!
13:00 - 13:15 CET
Online, Talk in English 
The data life cycle for FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable) environmental data timeseries is complex. For example, before such timeseries can be made accessible in EnviDat (www.envidat.ch) as FAIR data, they need to be properly understood (in terms of which parameters and which units), be quality controlled, converted into file formats suitable for sharing and reused and enriched with metadata that accurately provide all the necessary information. In this context, the use of MeteoIO (an open-source meteorological data processing library) and NEAD (the non-binary environmental archive data format) can add value to the data by standardization, metadata enrichment, quality control and potential corrections in a fully reproducible and documented way. This is the main idea behind the Data Life Cycle Integrated System for Sensor Data at WSL/SLF project (DLCIS). 
Mathias Bavay, Ionut Iosifescu (ORCID: 0000-0002-5039-1578, 0000-0002-1770-7833, SLF, WSL)

Zurich Sozial: Combining interactive data visualization with surveys to improve participant engagement
13:00 - 13:30 CET
Zoom, Talk in English
A major difficulty in survey research is to engage potential participants to complete such surveys. Live data visualization, with which survey participants can see ongoing results of a survey may help to improve engagement, as the participants may be interested in the wider results of the survey. We used this method in the ""Zurich Sozial project"", to improve survey engagement of people working in the social sector in the canton of Zürich, by visualizing which topics are of high interest for others working in the same sector. In this contribution, we will present our approach to combine survey tools and Shiny apps, to foster survey participation, and discuss other application uses of this method.
Felix Moerman (ORCID: 0000-0002-5164-0978, ZHAW)


 

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