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Strategic Seminar Palace of the Academies, Brussels 2005. CRIS06 8th CRISconference, Bergen, May 2006. CRIS + Open Access = The Route to Research Knowledge (2004) - 32 participants - Report printed by CCCLC
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Palace of the Academies, Brussels 2005
Bergen, May 2006
- 32 participants
- Report printed by CCCLC
Driving the ERA Forward by Meeting Tomorrow's Challenges. The Need for Intergration over European Current Research Information
- 27 participants
- Report printed at CCCLC
The proposition: Research Process Improvement using GRIDs
0900-0930 Welcome and Introduction
Why EuroCRIS, why this group of partners, why this seminar
0930-1000 The Research Process : From application to publication
1000-1030 e-Research: a GRIDs environment
1100-1130 THE RESEARCH PROCESS ON THE GRIDS SURFACEe-support for the process stages
1100-1130 e-workprogramme: Formation of the workprogramme; consultation and convergence (e-communications, repositories, CRISs of past programmes and results, access GRID and videoconferencing)
1130-1200 e-proposal: Generating the proposal and submitting it; proposal evaluation and contract negotiation (CRISs to store re-usable information (CVs, publications, past projects…), ensure novelty, e-forms with inbuilt constraints / rules, CRISs to judge quality of proposal, e-refereeing)
RESULTS ON THE GRIDS SURFACEe-support for managing results information
1330-1400 Products & Patents: results for wealth-creationProducts: the process for production, where in the process is the information collected Patents: the process for production, where in the process is the information collected
1400-1430 Publications: results for assessmentPublications: the process for production, where in the process is the information collected Grey Literature: the process for production, where in the process is the information collected
1430-1500 Human Resources: the hidden treasureKnow-How: the process for production, where in the process is the information collected Trained Staff: the process for production, where in the process is the information collected
QUALITY , METRICS & EXPLOITATION: Measurements for Management Assurance
1530-1600 Publications Quality: the myth and the reality how to achieve by the process (peer reviewing, reviewer databases and choosing the right ones, editing to improve readability)Measuring Output; volume and quality (ISI citations, a true measure?)Grey Literature Quality; how to achieve by the process Measuring Output; volume and quality
1600-1630 How good are your staff?Know-How and staff Quality: how to achieve by the processMeasuring Output; volume and quality
1630-1700 The elusive desideratumExploitation: From Research prototype to successful product
0900-0930 Cheaper to store than to collectThe new cost equation; limitless storage and compute powerERCIM
0930-1000 Managing the information or managing the real world that the information represents?CRISs and Electronic Libraries on the GRIDs surface: a system for managing research information
1000-1030 Workflow: can e-process improve the research process?Need for Workflow to support the research process; collect relevant information at the right place at the right time
IT SOLUTIONS: NEXT GENERATION 3 Steps to Nirvana?
1100-1130 Catalogue it!Metadata (DC, OAI-PMH, research data exchange & standards, syntax & semantics)
1130-1200 Autonomics: self-adjusting SystemsSecurity, Privacy, Scaling, Self*EC-GRIDS
1200-1230 Research process of the future?Workflow on the GRIDs surface
1430-1500 Next Steps
8th CRIS conference, Bergen, May 2006
"Interoperation and Trading using CRISs: Beyond the Hanseatic League"
11-13 May 2006, Bergen