Poster Session

Poster session at the Festival of Data

International Data Week 2023 will host the SciDataCon and Research Data Alliance onsite poster session.
The poster session will provide an opportunity to share ideas, ongoing research, and accomplishments with data professionals from around the globe in the context of International Data Week 2023. Presenting a poster is a good way to engage in in-depth discussions about the presented work from which new ideas and solutions can emerge and initiate conversation with conference attendees interested in the same area.


Format and time:

IDW 2023 poster session will be held via in-person format only, meaning that all posters will be presented at the exhibition area on the first floor in the Salzburg Congress venue on Tuesday, 24th October 2023 at 19:15 CEST. No virtual poster session is planned and won’t be available on Whova platform. 

The posters will remain on display at the venue for the rest of the IDW 2023.


SciDataCon 2023 and RDA’s 21st Plenary Meeting Posters:

List of SciDataCon 2023 accepted posters and the abstracts is accessible from the SciDataCon 2023 programme
RDA 21st Plenary list of  accepted posters including further instructions can be viewed at RDA21PlenaryPosters.


Poster registration & further details:

All accepted posters are part of IDW 2023. Participation at IDW 2023 is subject to registration fees (IDW 2023 registration is now closed). No additional charges apply to present your poster. 


Further instructions for poster authors

The posters will be numbered from 1 to 99 according to the table below. Presenters should locate their assigned number and utilise the corresponding area to display their posters.

Poster Board Number Poster Title Main author
1 Sustainability of FAIR Life Science Resources and Projects: the “BeSure” Recommendations from EOSC-Life Research Infrastructures Romain DAVID
2 Sustainability of FAIR Life Science Resources and Projects: How “BeSURE” Recommendations from EOSC-Life Research Infrastructures Romain DAVID
3 Umbrella Data Management Plans to integrate FAIR data : lessons and perspectives for pandemic prepardness Romain DAVID
4 Tracking the Integration of Research Data Management and the Electronic Laboratory Notebook Chemotion into Chemistry Curricula Fabian Fink
5 Chemistry-specific training program for research data management Daniela Adele Hausen
6 DOI-ing the right thing: Improving access to digital learning in global healthcare using persistent digital object identifiers Richard Price
7 UMCG Digital Competence Center (UMCG DCC), a case study Effimia Gkoumassi
8 The international ecosystem of country-level health data commons and spaces. How can we advance FAIR convergence in the (supra)national health data space? Lauren Maxwell
9 Tailor-made advanced workshops to FAIR Research Data Management and Data Sharing in the life science and medical fields Cécile Lebrand
10 The PERISCOPE Atlas – a New Interactive Tool to Visualize and Analyze COVID-19 Data Vladimir Urošević
11 Drawing perspectives for the EOSC-Life Toolbox for Sensitive Data Objects Christian Ohmann
12 The WDS-ECR Network: Connecting Early Career Researchers for Advancing Data Stewardship and Collaboration Maja Dolinar
13 The Social Sciences and Humanities Open Marketplace: contextualising digital resources in a registry Maja Dolinar
14 Supporting Managers in Research Infrastructures: Introducing the RItrainPlus CoP for Enhanced Collaboration and Expertise Maja Dolinar
15 Open Metrics: How OPERAS Metrics is redefining metrics for the open access era Brian Hole
16 EOSC Task Force on FAIR Metrics and Data Quality Chris Schubert
17 Vocabulary Recipes – Guiding Infrastructure Governance And Controlled Vocabularies Requirement (GIGAR-V) Chris Schubert
18 Evaluating compliance with FAIR Principles in research data infrastructure service via the RDA FAIR Data Maturity Model Janete Saldanha Bach
19 FAIR Wizard for Automating Plan-Driven Data Stewardship Marek Suchánek
20 Benefitting from the Upgraded DMP Common Standard for maDMPs and Building Its Extensions Marek Suchánek
21 Research data management as a service – how to best provide direct support in all stages of the landscape data life cycle? Marcus Schmidt
22 The FAIRagro Data Steward Service Center (DSSC) Nikolai Svoboda
23 Precision Agriculture Data Unveiled: The Significance of Farmer Profiling in Optimizing Agricultural Systems Simon Mutuku Mulwa
25 A Weight Distribution Networks Method to Automate Multi-Collections Reliability Assessment based on Page Ranking and Curation P Maria Esteva
26 Data Curation Across a National Laboratory Complex Shannon Sheridan
27 A Central Research Data Hub for Building Archaeology Felix Bach
28 Humanities and Open Science. Austrian Data on DaSCH and SSHOC Claire Clivaz
29 MO|RE data – first repository for sport specific data Tanja Eberhardt
30 Metadata-driven, human-centered software workflows for data submission and validation Ethan Welty
31 NFDI4Chem: the federated repositories Christian Bonatto Minella
32 On the right track: Demand-oriented development of the research data repository RADAR Kerstin Soltau
33 Repository Infrastructure Supporting Virtual Research Environments Martin Weise
34 Launching a data repository as part of KU Leuven’s institutional RDM support & infrastructure. Dieuwertje Bloemen
35 Transparency of Trust: guidelines for the discovery of trustworthiness status and FAIR assessment outcomes for digital reposito Mike Priddy
36 To FAIR and Beyond: How NFDI and RDA Collaborate to Build the Infrastructure of the Future Cord Wiljes
37 Capturing Status Quo and Requirements of Data Literacy Education Sarah Day
38 A data-driven approach to improve distributed FAIR data in a cross disciplinary organization. Markus Kubin
39 Towards a Common Data Space – Defining responsibilities for common data elements Emanuel Soeding
40 Helmholtz Metadata Collaboration – Paving the road to FAIR for Helmholtz Christine Lemster
41 The evolution of the Knowledge Object as a FAIR representation of computable biomedical knowledge Marisa Conte
42 FAIR Open Science Hardware Research Freyja van den Boom
43 FAIR Principles for Research Hardware, RDA-IG Julien Colomb
44 Crazy Coding for women in mathematical data science Josephine Wairimu KAGUNDA
45 Development of reference standard data for stable isotope ratios of nitrogen (δ15N) and oxygen (δ18O) in four major rivers in Korea Yun S. KIM
46 IUPAC International Chemical Identifier (InChI) – the identifier that glues all steps in the research life cycle of a compound Gerd Blanke
47 Review and Alignment of Domain-Level Ontologies for Materials Science and Chemistry Gerhard Goldbeck
48 Interoperable electric vehicle charging infrastructure data models for the analysis of coupled energy and transport sectors Eugenio Salvador Arellano Ruiz
49 A Roadmap towards an Ontology Commons Ecosystem for Ontology-based Data Documentation Florina Piroi
50 Fostering FAIR data with Terminology Services Angelina Kraft
51 Consulting with Global Data Communities to Converge
on Semantic Interoperability Solutions for the European
Data Space for Science, Research and Innovation (EOSC)
Kurt Baumann
52 Aligning Observable Property Terminologies using the I-ADOPT framework Barbara Magagna
53 Incentivising and Professionalising Data Stewardship – An Action Plan at ETH Zurich Julian Dederke
54 Data Stewardship across the Discipline Divide: Lessons Learned by the Embedded Data Stewards at the University of Vienna during their First Year of Work Emily J. Kate
55 Social Science Research Data Management: Meeting the need in the Arab region Nada Chaya
56 Forming a Data Stewards Network at the University of Zurich: Learnings & Outlook Susanna Weber
57 Conceptualization and evaluation of a train-the-trainer workshop for RDM in psychology Sven Paßmann
58 Towards a harmonized framework for research performing organizations data policies Fortuno Sophie
59 The WorldFAIR Project: Global Cooperation of FAIR Data Policy and Practice Alexandra Delipalta
60 RDA TIGER: Global Support Services for RDA Working Groups Alexandra Delipalta
61 RDA France activities and its relationship with the National Plan for Open Science Francoise Genova
62 Recherche Data Gouv, the French national ecosystem for sharing and opening research data Cécile Swiatek Cassafieres
63 Towards data-centric and FAIR organisations. A study case with Data Observatory, Chile. Paul Escapil-Inchauspé
64 PID Network Germany – Vision of a Networked and Open Scientific Landscape Antonia Schrader
65 National PID Support in the Czech Republic: Where we are headed Hana Heringova
66 “As open as possible, as closed as necessary” – Open source toolkit for registry datasets Pyry Kantanen
67 Study on Standard Reference Data system and development in S.Korea. Jinkyu Moon
68 The NIST Research Data Framework (RDaF) v 2.0 Andrea Medina-Smith
69 Cultivating A Culture of Research Data Management through Bottom-up Practices of Data Management Planning ChiaHsun WANG
70 Update FDM – Strategic Research Data Management at Universities Anna Lehmann
71 Connecting data repositories and DMP tools using maDMPs Maximilian Moser
72 How Individual Psychology Impacts the Sharing of FAIR Data Mike Smit
73 Domain Knowledge: Data Stewardship Training at the University of Graz Helmut W Klug
74 Qualified support through data stewardship – a new approach to data steward profiles from Germany Birte Lindstädt
75 Building the Data Stewardship Profession at UCL James Wilson
76 Findings and solutions in data quality review and control: Taking Digital Journal of Global Change Data Repository as an example Ruixiang SHI
77 Publishing on the Related Research Data of Chinese Academic Journal: a Case Study Junhua MA
78 Data management, sharing and publication for polar sciences as the NADC in Japan Masaki Kanao
79 Introduction to the Global Open Science Cloud Initiative Lili Zhang
80 Development and Theoretical Framework of Global Open Science Governance Xin WEI
81 Coupled Cross-Domain Interoperability Hussein Sherief
82 Discovering Software and Data in Astronomy, Planetary Science and Earth Science Edwin Henneken
83 Making open data for Earth Observations in Chile ready to use and analyse in the Chilean data cube. Álvaro Paredes Lizama
84 Smart Metrological Campus Michael Ulbig
85 Designing for Context: The Geospatial Analytical Research Knowledgebase (GeoARK) Dr. Timothy Lee Haithcoat
86 The role of planning and information systems in strategic development to enhance Yemeni and regional maritime security.. Mohammed Ali Humran
87 The German Reproducibility Network (GRN). What is it and why is it worth joining? Antonia Schrader
88 Will you help us mobilise the abundance of functional genomics data for FAIR reuse in the age of pangenomes and AI? Sveinung Gundersen
89 Improving software process assessment in small software companies using process mining and machine learning Coulson Thabo Kgathi
90 Data-related preprint withdrawals in arXiv Ewa Zegler-Poleska
91 Does sharing matter to researchers? Four case studies of data sharing practices Agnieszka Szymik
92 Lessons learned from a decade supporting user-backed funding models for digital research resources Josh W Young
93 Technical Advisory Board elections
Research Data Alliance
94 Organisational membership
Research Data Alliance
95 Research Data Alliance Europe
Research Data Alliance
96 RDA Strategic Plan 2024-2028 – Consultation
Research Data Alliance
97 RDA Strategic Plan 2024-2028 – Consultation
Research Data Alliance
98 RDA Strategic Plan 2024-2028 – Consultation
Research Data Alliance
99 Summary of RDA’s 10th anniversary
Research Data Alliance


The poster board size in the venue is suitable for poster format A1 (59.4cm x 84.1cm or 23.39 inch x 33.11 inch).

Poster authors are solely responsible for arranging the printing of their posters.
If traveling with a printed poster becomes difficult, our local hosts in Salzburg have kindly recommended the following print service providers. We strongly advise you to get in touch with them well in advance to ensure that your printing needs in Salzburg can be accommodated.

Copy-Fax GmbH The Salzburg University’s Print Centre
Herr Ludwig Klein

Auerspergstr. 53

5020 Salzburg


Tel.: +43 (662) 880340


Kapitelgasse 5-7

A-5010 Salzburg

The print centre will accept posters on Monday, October 23, between 8:00 to 12:00 and 13:00 to 16:00

A1 = 6€ ∓  2€ on photo paper

A0 = 12€ ∓ 4€ on  photo paper