Brussels / 1 & 2 February 2020

schedule

Open Research Tools and Technologies devroom


09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Saturday The good and the bad sides of developing open source tools for neuroscience Challenges and opportunities in scientific software development
An example from the neurosciences
NeuroFedora: Enabling Free/Open Neuroscience Spotlight on Free Software Building Blocks for a Secure Health Data Infrastructure DataLad
Perpetual decentralized management of digital objects for collaborative open science
Frictionless Data for Reproducible Research On the road to sustainable research software. Stylo : a user friendly text editor for humanities scholars Using Advene to accompany research in AudioVisual Digital Humanities Shrivelling world
A Three dimensional visualisation development for representing geographical time-space
Empowering social scientists with web mining tools
Why and how to enable researchers to perform complex web mining tasks
Revamping OpenRefine
a reproducible data wrangler
Pocket infrastructures to bridge reproducible research, live coding, civic hacktivism and data feminism for/from the Global South Journalists are researchers like any others AMENDMENT Transforming scattered analyses into a documented, reproducible and shareable workflow AMENDMENT Developing from the field.
Shifting design processes and roles between makers and practitioners around research tools development within an interdisciplinary research lab.
A community-driven approach towards open innovation for research communication The Journal of Open Source Software
Credit for invisible work
DSpace 7: A major leap forward for the leading institutional repository platform
Tale of a mature, international FOSS community embracing Angular

The Open Research Tools and Technologies devroom addresses FLOSS developers in a broad community concerned with research production and curation: scientists, engineers, journalists, archivists, curators, activists. The tools and technologies targeted are typically creating, handling or sharing knowledge artifacts: data, academic papers, books, collections, web contents, algorithms, artworks. This devroom provides a place and time to discuss the issues related to the creation and usage of open research technologies, with the ambition to foster discussions between designers, developers and users, bridging multiple knowledge-based communities together, and with the broader FLOSS community.

Our topics include:

Event Speakers Start End

Saturday

  The good and the bad sides of developing open source tools for neuroscience Jan Grewe 10:30 11:00
  Challenges and opportunities in scientific software development
An example from the neurosciences
Julia Sprenger 11:00 11:30
  NeuroFedora: Enabling Free/Open Neuroscience Aniket Pradhan 11:30 12:00
  Spotlight on Free Software Building Blocks for a Secure Health Data Infrastructure Markus Suhr 12:00 12:30
  DataLad
Perpetual decentralized management of digital objects for collaborative open science
Michael Hanke 12:30 13:00
  Frictionless Data for Reproducible Research Lilly Winfree 13:00 13:30
  On the road to sustainable research software. Mateusz Kuzak 13:30 13:45
  Stylo : a user friendly text editor for humanities scholars Antoine Fauchié 13:45 14:00
  Using Advene to accompany research in AudioVisual Digital Humanities Olivier Aubert 14:00 14:15
  Shrivelling world
A Three dimensional visualisation development for representing geographical time-space
Nicolas Roelandt 14:15 14:30
  Empowering social scientists with web mining tools
Why and how to enable researchers to perform complex web mining tasks
Guillaume Plique 14:30 15:00
  Revamping OpenRefine
a reproducible data wrangler
Antonin Delpeuch 15:00 15:30
  Pocket infrastructures to bridge reproducible research, live coding, civic hacktivism and data feminism for/from the Global South Offray Luna 15:30 16:00
  Journalists are researchers like any others Anne L'Hôte, Bruno Thomas 16:00 16:30
  AMENDMENT Transforming scattered analyses into a documented, reproducible and shareable workflow Sébastien Rochette 16:30 17:00
  AMENDMENT Developing from the field.
Shifting design processes and roles between makers and practitioners around research tools development within an interdisciplinary research lab.
Audrey Baneyx, Robin De Mourat 17:00 17:30
  A community-driven approach towards open innovation for research communication Emmy Tsang 17:30 18:00
  The Journal of Open Source Software
Credit for invisible work
Karthik Ram 18:00 18:30
  DSpace 7: A major leap forward for the leading institutional repository platform
Tale of a mature, international FOSS community embracing Angular
Bram Luyten 18:30 19:00