[CODATA-international] Call for Abstracts - AGU 2023 Fall Meeting - Session IN015

Peter Moeck pmoeck at pdx.edu
Fri Jun 23 01:08:57 EDT 2023

dear all,

I also have limited travel funds, but would step in if Bob wants/needs me
to, kind regards, Peter M.

On Thu, Jun 22, 2023 at 9:55 PM Saulius Gražulis <grazulis at ibt.lt> wrote:

> Dear Bob, dear all,
> this is cool conference, thanks for notification!
> It would be absolutely great to present AMCSD and COD in this session,
> especially now that we have resynchronised new records between the COD and
> AMCSD, and we'll finish synchro of the old records during the summer.
> But San Francisco is "behind the pond" for us Europeans, and at least for
> me the travel is prohibitively expensive, I'm spending all my travel budget
> for the IUCr conference in Melbourne this year...
> Bob wold be ideal person to present the Open data in Crystallography case,
> but I see that you, Bob, are one of the organisers of the session, so
> probably you can not?
> Maybe Peter Moeck or one of his students could present the open data case?
> Or Bob's students?
> What you think?
> Regards,
> Saulius
> On 2023-06-22 22:47, Robert Downs wrote:
> Dear Colleagues,
> The AGU Fall Meeting 2023
> <https://www.agu.org/Fall-Meeting?utm_medium=email> will be held in San
> Francisco, CA and Online Everywhere during December 11-15, 2023. The
> abstract submission website is open, and the submission deadline is August
> 2, 2023. We would like to welcome your submission to the following session.
> Please feel free to share this note with your colleagues who may be
> interested.
> Session Link: https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm23/prelim.cgi/Session/184669
> Session: IN015
> Session Title: Applying Community-Developed Principles and Guidance to
> Improve Open Science Capabilities of Scientific Data Repositories and
> Service Providers
> Session Description:
> With 2023 being designated as the “year of open science” by the OSTP and
> major federal agencies, the research data community is leveraging this
> opportunity to improve capabilities for enabling diverse and collaborative
> users to discover, access, and use open data products and services. Data
> repositories also utilize community-developed guidance to attain goals for
> enabling open science across disciplines, levels of expertise, and
> cultures. Such guidance comes in many varieties and includes the FAIR,
> CARE, and TRUST Principles, among others. Similarly, standards and
> community guidance on topics like data quality, versioning, persistent
> identifiers, open-source software reusability, documentation,
> interoperability, provenance, preservation, reproducibility,
> tool-development, facilitating data citation, and others also offer options
> for data repositories and service providers to improve capabilities for
> data users to realize and contribute to the societal benefits of open
> science. This session’s presentations discuss how data repositories
> leverage principles and related guidance to enable open science.
> Conveners:
> Robert R. Downs, Columbia University of New York, Center for International
> Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN), Palisades NY
> Ge Peng, Earth System Science Center/NASA MSFC IMPACT, The University of
> Alabama in Huntsville
> H. K. Ramapriyan (Rama), Science Systems and Applications, Inc., and NASA
> Goddard Space Flight Center
> Thanks,
> Bob Downs
> -    -    -    -    -    -    -    -    -
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> Acting Head of Cyberinfrastructure and Informatics Research and Development
> Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN),
> Columbia Climate School, Columbia University
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Peter Moeck, PhD (Dr. rer. nat. Crystallography)
Professor of Physics

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Portland State University, Department of Physics
P.O. Box 751, Portland, OR 97207-0751
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Nano-Crystallography Group

Member of the Commission for Electron Crystallography of the International
Union of Crystallography
, the Editorial Board of *Crystals*, http://www.mdpi.com/journal/crystals,
and the Advisory Board of *Crystal Research and Technology*,

Crystallography Open Database (COD) www.crystallography.net with more than
500,000 carefully evaluated data sets in open access. *North American
mirror* of the COD http://nanocrystallography.org (in need of updating,
sorry I am quite busy at the moment).

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