Presented at the DCC Roadshow in Dundee on ‘Research data meets research information: the IRIOS, C4D, CIA and CRISPool projects’
ROS includes data sets as an output so would be good to add this to CiA … so crossover with C4D work.
See details of workshop and presentations at http://www.dcc.ac.uk/events/data-management-roadshows/dcc-roadshow-northeast-scotland
The CRIS 2012 conference will discuss recent trends in the development of Current Research Information Systems (CRIS) in the context of virtual research environments and the construction of powerful infrastructures for e-Science.
The conference, which will be held on 6th-9th June 2012, is the eleventh event in a series of biennial conferences dedicated to improve the availability of research information across Europe. The target audience includes managers of research performing or funding institutions, evaluators, librarians, ICT experts, as well as policy makers. It will discuss how linking information systems can help to tackle fragmentation on the national and subject level and contribute to the advancement of research and innovation in Europe and beyond.
We are pleased to announce that our submission for a CERIF in Action paper has been accepted as full papers with several members of the project team co-authoring the paper. At least two members of the project team will also be attending the conference.
Below is a link to a collaborative spreadsheet which maps CERIF entities from the CERIF semantics and three previous projects: CRISPool, IRIOS and CERIFy. The aim of this mapping is to help agree a standard model for CERIF-XML.
The second tab lists the relevant entities together with areas for further discussion (i.e. where the CERIF semantics and one or more of the previous projects differed) and comments as applicable.
The CERIF Semantics are to the prefinal version of CERIF 1.3, but the mapping document will be updated on release of the final semantics from euroCRIS.
Any feedback is appreciated on this mapping and can be updated, provided you have a Windows Live ID (alternatively, emailed to Scott Brander, CiA Project Manager). We will be discussing the mapping document in more detail at the CERIF Tutorial and UK Data Surgery at Bath on 9th February, therefore any comments would be welcomed by Thursday 2nd February at the latest. Please highlight any changes you have made to the spreadsheet – this will make life a little easier for comments to be assimilated.
Note: This document will be updated when any new comments are received – last updated 06/02/12.