This is the sixth in our series of workshops aimed at building a national infrastructure for sharing, publishing, and re-using data. The NDS is an emerging vision for how scientists and researchers across all disciplines can find, reuse, and publish data. It builds on the archiving and sharing efforts already underway within specific communities and institutions and links them together with a common set of tools designed around search, publish, link and reuse capabilities. The NDS is a synergistic activity to the Research Data Alliance (RDA) and strives to provide infrastructure and software implementations, especially for RDA pilots. This fall's workshop's focus is on the role of research libraries and their priorities within a national data strategy context.
Venue: Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) and Carnegie Mellon University's (CMU) Software Engineering Institute, Pittsburg, PA