See also overview on http://lanyrd.com/2011/irisc/schedule/
Monday, September 12, 2011
10.30 – Registration opens
10.30 – 13.00 Lunch
13:00 – 13:30 Welcome and introductions by organizers
13:30 – 15:00 Session 1: Challenges in identifying and attributing knowledge contributors
15:00 – 15:45 Coffee/tea break
15:45 – 17:15 Session 2: E-infrastructure possibilities for authenticating and authorizing researchers whose identity is known/confirmed
17:15 – 18:00 Discussion
18.00 Bus transportation from CSC to the dinner
22.00 The first bus to the city center
23.30 The second bus to the city center
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
9:00 – 10:00 Session 3: Internet identity e-Infrastructure – use cases, applications and vision for future
10:00 – 13:00 Breakout session #1: Unique identifiers and the Digital Scholar
10:00 – 13:00 Breakout session #2: What do researchers need from the authentication and authorisation infrastructure (AAI)?
12:00 – 13:00 Working lunch during breakout sessions
13:00 – 14:00 Breakout subgroups report back to main group
14:00 – 16:00 Discussion, conclusions and wrapping up
Session 1: Challenges in identifying and attributing knowledge contributors
Summary: Identification of authors and other contributors to scholarly works is a prerequisite for reliable, accurate attribution and research evaluation. This opening session focuses on long-standing challenges concerning scholarly identity, emerging solutions to these challenges, and opportunities presenting themselves, both for conventional publications and for new forms of digital research outputs which are increasingly important in today’s scientific research.
When: 13:30 – 15:00, Monday September 12, 2011
Chair: Gudmundur Thorisson
Topics / speakers:
- The scholarly identity ecosystem – Geoff Bilder, CrossRef / ORCID - slides
- ORCID – tackling an identity crisis in scholarly communication - Martin Fenner, Hannover Medical School / ORCID - slides
- VIVO – Semantic Data for Scholar Identification and Attribution – Brian Lowe, Cornell University / VIVO Collaboration – slides
- Evaluation of research, supported by researcher identifiers – Cameron Neylon, STFC / Beyond Impact
- Nanopublication and microattribution – Barend Mons, NBIC / Concept Web Alliance / http://nanopub.org – slides
Video recording from session: http://csc-fi.adobeconnect.com/p9ladf60aor/
See also http://lanyrd.com/2011/irisc/sdwph/
Session 2: E-infrastructure possibilities for authenticating and authorizing researchers whose identity is known/confirmed
When: 15:45 – 17:15, Monday September 12, 2011
Chair: Myles Byrne
Topics / speakers:
- Linking identity to Research Infrastructure services – Andrew Lyall, ELIXIR / EBI – slides
- Academic identity federations – Licia Florio, TERENA / REFEDS – slides
- Institutional identity: the eduGAIN service – Valter Nordh, eduGAIN project – slides
- CLARIN e-infrastructure – lessons learned – Daan Broeder, CLARIN – slides
- Challenges in sharing sensitive biomedical data – Tony Brookes, University of Leicester / GEN2PHEN – slides
Video recording from session: http://csc-fi.adobeconnect.com/p9fm74fes46/
See also http://lanyrd.com/2011/irisc/sdwpk/
Session 3: Internet identity e-Infrastructure – use cases, applications and vision for future
Summary: This session studies the approaches taken elsewhere on leveraging other trust frameworks and interacting with other sectors in authentication and authorisation.
When: 9:00 – 10:00, Tuesday September 13, 2011
Chair: Mikael Linden
Topics / speakers:
- CERN June 2011 workshop in identity federations – conclusions and next steps – Stefan Lueders, CERN – slides
- User-centric identity and trust frameworks – Hal Warren, APA / OpenID Society / Open Identity Exchange – slides
- Security and identity in the cloud: a real-world experience of securing academic software for industry – Will Spooner, Eagle Genomics – slides
Video recording from session: http://csc-fi.adobeconnect.com/p85w1cjxshh/
See also http://lanyrd.com/2011/irisc/sdwpm/
Parallel breakout sessions
When: 10:00 – 13:00, Tuesday September 13, 2011
Breakout #1: Unique identifiers and the Digital Scholar
Summary: The case for effective and unique researcher identifiers has been made by many stakeholders including institutions, funders, publishers, policy advocates, and technical developers. However, despite this there is at best limited interest in the potential uses and implications of researcher identifiers from a key group, the researchers themselves. In this session we will explore the potential of services or tools that can offer a compelling value case for researchers, and seek to identify courses of action that could deliver that value case in a way that will increase the awareness and engagement of researchers in the development and discussion of identifier infrastructure. The workshop will be discussion driven throughout.
- Main question: what are the three features that will drive adoption from researchers, and can be implemented in the next six months?
- present some sample ideas
- Breakout groups: develop and list potential tools and services for researchers
- Report back and discussion: selection of the top three ideas
- Breakout groups: one group to work on implementation of each idea
- Final report back and summary for report back to main group
Notes from session: http://piratepad.net/irisc11-breakout2
See also http://lanyrd.com/2011/irisc/sdwpp/
Breakout #2: What do researchers need from the authentication and authorisation infrastructure (AAI)?
Chaired by Brook Schofield.
Summary: What functionality do scientific services expect from the AAI? This breakout focuses on the requirements such as strength of authentication, harmonisation of attributes, compliance and audits of the AAI, ease of adoption to the scientific service and and ease of use for the end user.
- Introduction (Brook Schofield), 15 min
- Results of the pre-workshop surveys + discussion (Mikael Linden) – slides
- breakout groups
- Wrap-up and conclusions (Brook Schofield) – slides
See also http://lanyrd.com/2011/irisc/sdwpq/
Video recording: http://csc-fi.adobeconnect.com/p4a8890rydx/
Final conclusions and wrapping up
Video recording: http://csc-fi.adobeconnect.com/p5nhzyw341p/
Dinner (Monday evening)
Dinner buffet, Finnish cultural highlights and socializing in King’s Salmon.
An opportunity to enjoy the Finnish sauna (Towels provided).
The busses from CSC leave after the last session and go directly to King’s Salmon.
The first bus to the city center leaves at 22.00.
The second bus to the city center leaves at 23.30.