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FAIR Working Group

Presentation given by Marta Teperek to the H2020 projects at the EOSC concertation days

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FAIR Working Group

  1. 1. The FAIR Working Group Marta Teperek TUDelft (on behalf of Sarah Jones)
  2. 2. Provide recommendations on the implementation of FAIR, including corresponding requirements for services, in order to foster cross-disciplinary interoperability HOW 1. Data standards & sharing agreements 2. Upscale best-practice solutions 3. EOSC Interoperability Framework 4. Identify service requirements for FAIR 5. Persistent Identifier Policy for EOSC 6. Frameworks to assess FAIR data and certify services that enable FAIR 7. Converge towards globally-accepted frameworks WHAT WHY Q1 2020 2020 Annual FAIR work plan Q4 2019 PID policy defined Outline metrics for FAIR data & service certification Q3 2020 EOSC Interoperability Framework Q2 2019 2019 Annual FAIR work plan Q4 2020 Updated PID policy Updated FAIR metrics & service certification testing & iterating Connect people, data and service via standards Be the glue Chair: Sarah Jones Independent Expert
  3. 3. All the fun of the FAIR Keep up to date with progress on the EOSCsecretariat blog:
  4. 4. FAIR WG teams (and leaders) FAIR practice Interoperability PID policy Metrics & certification Dynamic duo - Rob Hooft - Marta Teperek Identifier nerds - Peter Wittenberg - Rachael Kotarski Research leads - Francoise Genova - Magnus Aronsen Semantic specialists - Oscar Corcho - Krzys Kurowski
  5. 5. Key deliverables • Metrics for FAIR data and repository certification • First version due Q4 2019 and final version Q4 2020 • Persistent Identifier policy • With Architecture • First version due Q4 2019 and final version Q4 2020 • EOSC Interoperability Framework • Using FAIR practice outcomes as an input • With Architecture and Rules of Participation • Due Q3 of 2020
  6. 6. Three key questions for you • What activities and outputs do you have that are relevant to our remit? (i.e. FAIR practice, standards for interoperability, PIDs, FAIR metrics and service certification) • What does an EOSC interoperability framework mean to you? i.e. what does it comprise, who should own it, how should it be governed/updated/implemented? • How do you want us to engage with you and your stakeholder communities (research disciplines, institutions, funders, etc.) to get feedback on proposals?
  7. 7. Thanks for listening! Questions? Suggestions?