Five from GSLIS to speak at IDCC

Bertram Ludäscher
Bertram Ludäscher, Professor and Director, Center for Informatics Research in Science and Scholarship

GSLIS staff and students will participate in the upcoming 11th International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC), to be held on February 22-25 in Amsterdam. IDCC is organized annually by the UK-based Digital Curation Centre. The theme of the 2016 conference is, “Visible Data, Invisible Infrastructure.”  

GSLIS presentations include:

“Simulation Data of Cold Front-Related Hydrodynamics of Wax Lake Delta, LA,” a paper by GSLIS Postdoctoral Research Associate Qian Zhang and presented by Heidi Imker of the University of Illinois Library (other coauthors are Chunyan Li of the Department of Oceanography and Coastal, School of the Coast and Environment, Louisiana State University; CIRSS Senior Project Coordinator Megan Senseney (MS '08); and GSLIS Bertram Ludäscher)

“Process Models for Curating Research Objects: Three Case Studies,” a paper by GSLIS doctoral student Andrea K. Thomer and Nic Weber (PhD '15) of the University of Washington iSchool

“Formalizing an Attribution Framework for Scientific Data/Software Products & Collections,” a paper by GSLIS master’s student Chung-Yi Hou and Matthew Mayernik of the National Center for Atmospheric Research Library

“Growing the Next Generation Data Management Experts: Survey of Data Management Training Modules,” a poster by Chung-Yi Hou and Matthew Mayernik

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