DTL Communities@Work 2018

Jointly building life science data solutions

2 October 2018, Utrecht

 

On October 2nd 2018, we will organise the DTL Communities@Work conference in the Jaarbeurs in Utrecht, the Netherlands.

We invite all professionals working in the fields of life science and data science to participate and develop life science data solutions together. The conference connects experts from a large range of life science domains. 

DTL Communities@Work will offer an environment to convene and seed tangible collaborations on issues of FAIR data stewardship, digital research infrastructures, data modelling & analysis.

Download PDF flyer here


Call for posters

Presenting a poster of your work at the DTL Communities@Work conference? Send us your abstract! The general theme is shared data solutions in the Life Sciences. Submission deadline: September 21! Read more


Conference topics

The conference will feature lectures, interactive workshops, poster presentations, stakeholder and sponsor booths, and offers ample network opportunities. All activities are organised in close collaboration with DTL partner communities on topics such as:

  • Personal Health Train & Farm Data Train
  • Modelling Human Metabolism
  • Shaping the digital infrastructure for large (cross-)omics projects
  • Research Data Management in practice
  • How to make research software FAIR
  • Building a training curriculum for FAIR Data Stewardship
  • Cloud solutions as your research environment
  • Access to public funding for (inter)national collaboration
  • Supporting researchers in software development best practices
  • Success factors in public private partnerships
  • and more ….

Link to the overall programme 

Please contact us if your community would also like to organise a workshop as part of this event.


Keynote speakers

  • UCS professor C. Titus Brown will speak about the NIH Data Commons, read more
     
  • Professor George Kowalchuk of Utrecht University will unlock the power of plants in a multiscale infrastructure, read more

Registration required!

Registration is required. Participation is free of charge for people working at DTL Partner organisations. For others we ask a modest fee.

You can register here

 

 

 

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