Online / 5 & 6 February 2022

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Open Research Tools and Technologies devroom


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Saturday From pipe dreams and waste to functional accretion: building a capable infrastructure for the Digital Humanities Code Liberation and Software Sustainability: The Prospero Experience Free Software Development as Observant Participation
Developing textnets, Studying Digital Cultures
Academics developing software testimonies panel Writing with data visualization
Multimodal encounters in the making of digital social sciences publications
Livemark: data presentation framework
Express everything in Markdown
MetaindeX and user requirements for a generic catalog application
Discussing user requirements for a generic cataloger app and its implementation with MetaindeX
Visual inquiries panel On the dissemination/evaluation loop for Research Software What is special about open source research software and why does it matters?
Reporting about progresses and challenges from the French ecosystem
Policies panel Ersilia, a hub of AI/ML models for infectious disease research
Democratizing the access to state-of-the-art data science to researchers worldwide.
Improve diagnostics of typhoid through Open Science: An Artificial Intelligence-based technique Artificial Intelligence Panel GitBuilding: Open source documentation for open source hardware BeeHive: a flexible open hardware platform for behavioural experiments Open Hardware Panel Building a consensus meta-data standard for actigraphy and light exposure data BrAPI: a standard API specification for plant breeding data Standards panel Ontology Development Kit
A toolkit for building, maintaining, and standardising ontologies
Sustainable community building with the Wikibase Stakeholder Group Knowledge management communities panel F-UJI : A Tool for the automated assessment and improvement of the FAIRness of Research Data Internal R packages for Open Science in Agrometeorology Unveiling Hidden Physics at the LHC using Open Data
Making particle physics Open Data usable
Open Data Panel

Read the Call for Papers at https://lists.fosdem.org/pipermail/fosdem/2021q4/003304.html.

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

  From pipe dreams and waste to functional accretion: building a capable infrastructure for the Digital Humanities Ian Johnson 10:00 10:20
  Code Liberation and Software Sustainability: The Prospero Experience Josquin Debaz, Waldir Lisboa Rocha 10:20 10:40
  Free Software Development as Observant Participation
Developing textnets, Studying Digital Cultures
John Boy 10:40 11:00
  Academics developing software testimonies panel Paul Girard, Ian Johnson, Josquin Debaz, John Boy, Waldir Lisboa Rocha 11:00 11:20
  Writing with data visualization
Multimodal encounters in the making of digital social sciences publications
Robin De Mourat 11:20 11:40
  Livemark: data presentation framework
Express everything in Markdown
Evgeny Karev 11:40 12:00
  MetaindeX and user requirements for a generic catalog application
Discussing user requirements for a generic cataloger app and its implementation with MetaindeX
Laurent MILLET-LACOMBE 12:00 12:15
  Visual inquiries panel Robin De Mourat, Célya Gruson-Daniel, Maya Anderson-González, Evgeny Karev 12:15 12:35
  On the dissemination/evaluation loop for Research Software Teresa Gomez-Diaz 12:35 12:55
  What is special about open source research software and why does it matters?
Reporting about progresses and challenges from the French ecosystem
Bastien 12:55 13:10
  Policies panel Bastien, Mathieu Jacomy, Teresa Gomez-Diaz 13:10 13:25
  Ersilia, a hub of AI/ML models for infectious disease research
Democratizing the access to state-of-the-art data science to researchers worldwide.
Gemma Turon 13:25 13:45
  Improve diagnostics of typhoid through Open Science: An Artificial Intelligence-based technique Elisee JAFSIA 13:45 14:05
  Artificial Intelligence Panel Yo Yehudi, Elisee JAFSIA, Gemma Turon 14:05 14:20
  GitBuilding: Open source documentation for open source hardware Julian Stirling 14:20 14:40
  BeeHive: a flexible open hardware platform for behavioural experiments Andre Maia Chagas, Ihor Sobianin 14:40 14:55
  Open Hardware Panel Matthieu Totet, Andre Maia Chagas, Ihor Sobianin, Julian Stirling 14:55 15:10
  Building a consensus meta-data standard for actigraphy and light exposure data Manuel Spitschan 15:10 15:25
  BrAPI: a standard API specification for plant breeding data Peter Selby 15:25 15:40
  Standards panel Mathieu Jacomy, Peter Selby, Manuel Spitschan 15:40 15:50
  Ontology Development Kit
A toolkit for building, maintaining, and standardising ontologies
Damien Goutte-Gattat 15:50 16:10
  Sustainable community building with the Wikibase Stakeholder Group Lozana Rossenova, Dragan Espenschied 16:10 16:30
  Knowledge management communities panel Paul Girard, Damien Goutte-Gattat, Lozana Rossenova, Dragan Espenschied 16:30 16:45
  F-UJI : A Tool for the automated assessment and improvement of the FAIRness of Research Data Patricia Herterich 16:45 17:00
  Internal R packages for Open Science in Agrometeorology Yanina Bellini Saibene 17:00 17:20
  Unveiling Hidden Physics at the LHC using Open Data
Making particle physics Open Data usable
Clemens Lange 17:20 17:40
  Open Data Panel Sara Petti, Yanina Bellini Saibene, Clemens Lange, Patricia Herterich 17:40 18:00