Program Day 3 | Friday, November 25, 2022

Susanne Blumesberger will moderate the conference day together with Raman Ganguly

Introduction by Ronald Maier

10:45-11:15 | Simon Ganahl (University of Vienna)

Opportunities and Challenges of Open-Access Publishing: The Use Case of Campus Medius.

In this talk, the project head Simon Ganahl elaborates on the development of the website from a historical case study to a mapping platform.


11:15-11:30 | Break

11:30-12:00 | Veronika Heider (AUSSDA - The Austrian Social Science Data Archive)

Enhancing Data Reuse in the Social Sciences in Austria

In this contribution, open challenges in data sharing practices in the social sciences are discussed.


12:00-12:30 | Claire Jean-Quartier (Technical University of Graz)

Data sharing for integrated computational methods.

Research and development are facilitated by sharing knowledge bases and collaborative efforts that involve the collective utilization of data …


12:30-14:00 | Lunch break

Hallway chat on the Slack channel with a coffee and a sandwich and ask questions to the speakers and participants

14:00-14:30 | Alexander Gruber (Technical University of Graz)

ELNs: Enabling data re-use with appropriate metadata documentation using the example of eLabFTW.

To use research data successfully, associated metadata is essential. Often this information can be found in laboratory books and is not available in digital form. Sharing, digitalising and finding this metadata in physical lab notebooks is an additional workload for researchers. Digital lab notebooks (ELNs) such as the elabFTW software can solve some of these problems.


14:30-14:45 | Break

14:45-15:15 | Giulio Turetta (Digital Services Librarian at the University of Padua Library Center)

The Historical Archive of Padua’s Botanical Garden: A case of data enrichment, integration, and reuse.

The Historical Archive of Padua’s Botanical Garden documents the centuries-long history of the Botanical Garden of Padua. 


15:15-15:45| Daniel Spichtinger (European research policy analyst & open science expert) and Marcel la Flamme (Open Research Manager at Public Library of Science)

Seeing oneself as a data re-user: How subjectification activates the drivers of data reuse in science.

Considerable resources are being invested in strategies to facilitate the sharing of data across domains, with the aim of addressing inefficiencies and biases in scientific research and unlocking potential for science-based innovation…