[science-at] WG: [RDA Newsletter] “Making data sharing work in the era of Open Science” - RDA 7th Plenary Meeting, 1-3 March, Tokyo, Japan

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“Making data sharing work in the era of Open Science” - RDA 7th Plenary Meeting, 1-3 March, Tokyo, Japan

Hosted and co-organised by the Japan Science and Technology Agency under the theme “Making data sharing work in the era of Open Science” the 7th Research Data Alliance Plenary meeting<https://rd-alliance.org/track/click/502c4db7fc319/3da5467db83417> is taking place in Tokyo, Japan from the 1st - 3rd March 2016.

Open science is fundamentally community driven and dependent on free knowledge sharing and access to tools and services. As an organisation of volunteers and self-formed collaboration, RDA is committed to promoting “openness” and delivering tangible outputs that improve data sharing across disciplines, technologies, and countries.

The Research Data Alliance holds its plenary meeting every six months in a different region around the world. These three-day working meetings bring together a unique community of data scientists, librarians, computer and domain scientists, policy makers and strategists to meet and discuss concrete actions and plans. For the first time, RDA is organising its plenary meeting in Asia with the kind support of Japan.

The 7th Plenary will see the release of a new set of group outputs with sessions dedicated to adoption and success stories. Participants who are new to RDA will have a chance to learn about it and how to get involved during the RDA for Newcomers session on February 29th and are also invite to take part in the “Open Symposium: Data-driven Science – The trigger of Scientific development” organised by JST also taking place on February 29th 2016.

Registration for the event is now open!<https://rd-alliance.org/track/click/bf3f686b25320/3da5467db83417> Early Bird period closes January 31, 2016 (midnight JST).
For all information regarding the venue, accommodation and logistics follow this  link<https://rd-alliance.org/track/click/9a214612fc324/3da5467db83417>.

The RDA Plenaries are working events built around the RDA Working and Interest Group meetings. The Call for Session proposals<https://rd-alliance.org/track/click/8cfcaa8ffa321/3da5467db83417> is open until December 18, 2015 (17:00 CET). If you are looking for feedback or support for an initiative you have and would like to build a group around it, don't hesitate to submit an application for a Birds-Of-a-Feather meeting.

RDA Europe has launched a Support programme aimed at facilitating the participation of active European RDA members to the upcoming Plenary meeting in Tokyo. Deadline December, 20. Find out all the details here.<https://rd-alliance.org/track/click/8eb1d47f91322/3da5467db83417>

We particularly welcome students and early career professionals in industries related to the fields of research data sharing and exchange to join the Plenary meetings. Applications for the European Early Career programme<https://rd-alliance.org/track/click/01057cea5a323/3da5467db83417> are open until December 20, 2015 (midnight CET).


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