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Data Interoperability: From Discussion to Practices in Norway

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The FAIR National Roadshow series is visiting Norway on the 16th of September 2024!


The University of Oslo Library will host the event in the Digital Scholarship Centre and via Zoom.

The Roadshow will part of Reproducibility tea organised by early career researchers at the University of Oslo, as  series of informal discussion moments to share research papers, research products and research works undergoing at the University and in other universities and research institutes in Norway within the broad community of students, researchers and data practitioners.

This National Roadshow will review some of the most debated of these works and discuss the approach adopted as a best practice to transfer Open Science practices between early careers and data stewards.


Target audience: Early career researchers, data stewards, Research Performing Organisation managers from Norway

Language: English

Date: 16 September 2024, 13:00 – 15:00 CEST

Venue: Digital Scholarship Center (Georg Sverdrups hus, 1st floor, DSC Oasen) and via Zoom

Local facilitator(s): the University of Oslo Library (Agata Bochynska), Sikt


Moderator: Nenitha Charlotte Dagslott, Mandated organisation from Norway – The Research Council of Norway

Time (CEST) Title Presenters
13:00 – 13:10 Welcome & context of the event in the framework of the FAIR-IMPACT project Ingrid Dillo, FAIR-IMPACT Coordinator
13:10 – 13:25 Interoperability within Neuroscience: Knowledge graphs and 3D atlas models on EBRAINS.eu Camilla Hagen Blixhavn, PhD Candidate in Neuroinformatics, University of Oslo and FAIR Champion
13:25 – 13:40 Interoperability issues across data from social and environmental sciences (legal, semantic & more) Hilde Orten, CESSDA/Sikt
13:40 – 13:55 Interoperability aspects when dealing with sensitive data PID generation use case Renato Juacaba, EMBL
13:55 – 14:00 BREAK
14:00 – 14:15 Wrap-up, summary overview  and kick-start of the discussion time Sara Pittonet, Trust-IT & FAIR-IMPACT Outreach Manager
14:15 – 15:00 ReproducibiliTea discussion time
Discussion points:

  • Knowledge graphs
  • Cross-domain challenges
  • Handling sensitive data
Agata Bochynska, University of Oslo