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Detailed programme

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Monday October 22, 2018

13.30 Registration and poster hang-up
14.00 Opening Session

Welcome and Introduction
Aristide Massardo, Polytechnic School, University of Genoa, Italy
Enrico Puppo, DIBRIS, Polytechnic School, University of Genoa, Italy
Paolo Romano, IRCCS Ospedale Policlinico San Martino, Genoa, Italy
Carole A. Goble, University of Manchester, United Kingdom & ELIXIR-UK

Are we FAIR yet? And will it be worth it?Keynote Lecture
Michel Dumontier, University of Maastricht, The Netherlands

Paradigm shifts in health informatics needed for leveraging FAIR data environmentsGuest Lecture
Amnon Shabo, The International Academy of Health Sciences Informatics

15.40 Coffee break
16.10 Scientific Session 1

Flash Poster presentations

  • Interoperable genome annotation with GBOL, an extendable infrastructure for functional data mining
    SAPP: functional genome annotation and analysis through a semantic framework using FAIR principles
    Jasper Koehorst, Wageningen University and Research, The Netherlands
  • ARTENOLIS, the automated reproducibility and testing environment for licensed software
    Laurent Heirendt, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
  • Building a FAIR Environment for a Bioinformatics Project using Machine Learning
    Gregory Butler, Concordia University, Canada
  • Implementing FAIR Identifiers in InterMine with identifiers.org
    Daniela Butano, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • FAIRness assessment for UniProt datasets
    Leyla Jael García Castro, European Bioinformatics Institute, United Kingdom
  • A FAIRer ChEMBL website
    David Mendez, European Bioinformatics Institute, United Kingdom

FAIRsharing: Working with the community to map the landscape of standards, databases and data policies
Massimiliano Izzo, Oxford e-Research Centre, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

BioExcel & ELIXIR: towards interoperable and reproducible biomolecular research workflowsGuest Lecture
Adam Hospital, IRB Barcelona, Spain

ICSM bioinformatics infrastructures towards a new frontier: large-scale observational research
Danila Vella, Clinical Scientific Institute Maugeri, Italy

18.00 Day closure

Tuesday October 23, 2018

08.00 Registration and poster hang-up
09.00 Scientific Session 2

FAIR data, tools and workflows: a user perspectiveKeynote Lecture
Frederik Coppens, VIB, University of Gent, Belgium & ELIXIR Belgium

A FAIR approach to Research Data Stewardship and Data Stewardship PlanningGuest Lecture
Rob Hooft, Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences (DTL) & ELIXIR NL, The Netherlands

Cost-based measurement of data FAIRness of public data sources in life sciences
Filip Pattyn, ONTOFORCE NV, Gent, Belgium

10.35 Poster and demo session with coffee break service
11.35 Panel discussion
12.35 Scientific Session 3

Bioschemas, enabling a FAIR ecosystem for Life Science websites
Leyla Jael Garcia Castro, European Bioinformatics Institute, United Kingdom

Local and national Swiss initiatives towards FAIR data
Caterina Barillari, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

13.15 Lunch Break
14.45 Scientific Session 4

ELIXIR Core Data Resources: FAIR, community and impactKeynote Lecture
Christine Durinx, SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Switzerland

Standards and SOP implementation in the life-sciences research: a snapshot from the CA CHARMEGuest Lecture
Domenica D’Elia, CNR – Institute of Biomedical Technologies, Bari, Italy

16.00 Day closure
17.00 Social activity – Guided visit to Genoa
20.30 Social Dinner

Wednesday October 24, 2018

08.30 Registration
09.00 Scientific Session 5

FAIR data and EOSC: Strategy for finding and accessing datasets at EOSCGuest Lecture
Rafael Jimenez, ELIXIR Europe, United Kingdom

Challenges in adopting FAIR principles in TrainingKeynote Lecture
Patricia Palagi, SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Switzerland

Adopting Open Source Software FAIR Practices
Mateusz Kuzak, Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences (DTL) & ELIXIR NL, The Netherlands

10.35 Poster session with coffee break service
11.35 Scientific Session 6

Message from the Italian Biomedical Informatics Society
Silvana Quaglini, Italian Society of Biomedical Informatics – SIBIM, Italy
Message from the Italian Bioinformatics Society
L. Milanesi, Italian Bioinformatics Society – BITS, Italy

From rare to FAIR data in the rare disease communityGuest Lecture
Marco Roos, Leiden University Medical Centre – LUMC, The Netherlands

FAIR Bioinformatics computation and data management: FAIRDOM and the Norwegian Digital Life initiative
Carole Goble, University of Manchester and ELIXIR UK, UNited Kingdom

Reproducible Bioinformatics Project: A community for reproducible bioinformatics analysis pipelines
Marco Beccuti, University of Torino, Italy

First announcement of NETTAB/BBCC 2019
Angelo Facchiano, CNR / ISA, Avellino, Italy

13.00 Workshop Closure

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