3TU.Datacentrum Symposium 2014

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3TU.Datacentrum Symposium 2014
Research data management: funder requirements, questions and solutions
TU/e, 11-06-2014
Programme
13.30
14.00
Arrival and coffee
The changing landscape of research data Words of welcome by Maurits van der Graaf
14.10
Research data and NWO : how to run a research group in the world of big data by Bert Meijer
(TU/e, department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry, member of the Governing Board of NWO)
14.40
Questions and solutions in research proposal phase : data management plan
• Data management planning by Madeleine de Smaele (TU Delft Library, 3TU.Datacentrum)
• Practical Benefits (and Some Annoyances) of Sharing Data by Daniël Lakens (TU/e, department of Industrial
Engineering & Innovation Sciences)
Break
Questions and solutions after conclusion of research : data archiving and publishing
• Data sharing pays off by Leon Osinski (TU/e, IEC, 3TU.Datacentrum)
• Archiving and publishing in practice: event logs by Joos Buijs (TU/e, department of Mathematics & Computer Science)
15.15
15.25
16:00
Questions and solutions as research progresses : data lab
• Data labs by Maurice Vanderfeesten (TU Delft Library, 3TU.Datacentrum)
• Beyond data sharing: sharing research software in a dedicated cloud by Pieter van Gorp
(TU/e, department of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences)
16.35
Closing remarks by Maurits van der Graaf
Networking with refreshments
TU/e speakers
E.W. (Bert) Meijer is Distinguished University Professor in the Molecular Sciences, Professor of Organic Chemistry
at the Eindhoven University of Technology and scientific director of the Institute for Complex Molecular Systems.
After receiving his PhD degree at the University of Groningen, he worked for 10 years in industry (Philips and DSM).
In 1991 he was appointed in Eindhoven, while in the meantime he has held part-time positions in Nijmegen and
Santa Barbara, CA. Bert Meijer is a member of many editorial advisory boards, including Advanced Materials,
Angewandte Chemie, and the Journal of the American Chemical Society. Bert Meijer has received a number of awards,
including the Spinoza Award in 2001, the ACS Award for Polymer Chemistry in 2006, the AkzoNobel Science Award 2010, the
International Award of the Society of Polymer Science Japan in 2011, the Cope Scholar Award of the ACS in 2012, and the Prelog
medal in 2014. He is a member of a number of academies and societies, including the Royal Netherlands Academy of Science and
at present member of the Governing Board of the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO).
Daniël Lakens is working as an assistant professor at the Human-Technology Interaction group at Eindhoven
University of Technology. He has done research on a range of topics, for example on how people can use concrete
information (e.g., spatial distance, brightness differences) to structure their thoughts about more abstract things
(e.g., valence, power, time), and when such associations might be embodied, and when not. He is also interested in
the meaning of colors, such as the relation between the valence and brightness of affective pictures.
In the last few years he has developed an interest in the importance of (preferably pre-registered) replications and
improving the way we interpret and design studies as a way to guarantee the robustness of empirical research. In this regard he
has written two practical primers on the statistical analysis of data. He recently co-edited a special issue of Social Psychology in
which a large number of experiments are replicated. He believes science is a collaborative enterprise.
Joos Buijs is a PhD candidate in the Architecture of Information Systems Group (AIS) of the Department of
Mathematics and Computer Science at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). His area of interest is business
process management, in particular "process mining". Within the framework of his PhD research, he is working
full-time on the CoSeLoG project. This project aims to create a cloud infrastructure for municipalities with services
for handling various types of permits, taxes, certificates, and licenses. During the project he worked closely with the
municipalities to test the developed techniques and services on real data. Joos started his PhD project in May 2010. He will defend
his thesis in October 2014.
Pieter Van Gorp is investigating and extending the applicability of graph transformation technology to software
modeling and health information system challenges since 2002. Since 2008, he is an assistant professor in the
School of Industrial Engineering at Eindhoven University of Technology. Previously he held a postdoc position at the
University of Antwerp, where he also obtained his PhD degree in Software Engineering (Computer Science). He has
published various conference and journal papers (his Google Scholar H-index is 12). To inspire and evaluate his
conceptual contributions, he has developed various software prototypes, including SHARE (for executing research prototypes in
the cloud) and MyPHRMachines (for securely analysing Personal Health Records in the cloud). Pieter has participated in the
organization of national and international research events. For example, he has been the primary organizer of various editions of
the Transformation Tools Contest. He is also a reviewer for various international conferences and journals and was the program
chair of the Foundations track of the 9th European Conference on Modelling Foundations and Applications.
Chair
Maurits van der Graaf is independent consultant and researcher at Pleiade Management & Consultancy. He carried
out a number of studies on research data topics commissioned by Surffoundation, Knowledge Exchange,
3TU.Datacentrum and DANS.
Research data services team of 3TU.Datacentrum
From left to right:
Annemiek van der Kuil (TU Delft)
Leon Osinski (TU/e)
Maurice Vanderfeesten (TU Delft)
Madeleine De Smaele (TU Delft)
More information on research data management: Data Coach TU/e (www.tue.nl/datacoach)
3TU.Datacentrum Symposium 2014
Research data management: funder requirements, questions and solutions
TU/e, 11-06-2014
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