Program

The program for this conference is available via the following link.
Program draft version as of September 26, 2018

Venue

Conference: Headquarter of Leibniz Association

Chausseestraße 111, 10115 Berlin

Side meeting and tutorials: DIW - German Institute for Economic Research

Mohrenstraße 58, 10117 Berlin

Registration for:

Tutorials on Monday

Lobby at DIW

Conference

Lobby at Headquarter of Leibniz Association

Main conference

Headquarter of Leibniz Association

Rooms TBA

Side meeting DDI Technical Committee and DDI 4 Moving Forward Project

DIW

Rooms TBA

Tutorials on Monday

DIW

Rooms TBA

Conference Dinner on Tuesday

Palais in der Kulturbrauerei

Schönhauser Allee 36, 10435 Berlin

Informal Get-Together

See detailed schedule below

 


Schedule

November 26 – November 30, 2018

9:00

-

17:00

Side Meeting

 

 

 

M1: DDI Specification Development

 

 

 

DDI Technical Committee and DDI 4 Moving Forward Project – Combined Meeting (abstract)

Closed Meeting

Location: DIW , Room TBA

Organizer: Kelly Chatain, Wendy Thomas, and Joachim Wackerow

 

Sunday, December 2, 2018

19:00

 

 

Informal Get-Together

Location: TBA


Monday, December 3, 2018

8:30

Starting Registration - Location: TBA at DIW

 

 

 

Tutorials

 

 

 

T1 (half day)

 

Location: DIW , Room TBA

 

Same Same But Different - Documenting Panel Data Using DDI (abstract)

Knut Wenzig (German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin) / German Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP))

9:00

-

10:30

Part 1 of T1

10:30

-

10:45

Break - Location: TBA

10:45

-

12:15

Part 2 of T1

12:15

-

13:00

Lunch - Location: DIW Cafeteria

 

 

 

T2 (half day)

 

Location: DIW , Room TBA

 

Document Questionnaires and Datasets with DDI: a Hands-on Introduction with Colectica (abstract)

Jeremy Iverson (Colectica)

13:00

-

14:30

Part 1 of T2

14:30

-

14:45

Break - Location: TBA

14:45

-

16:15

Part 2 of T2

18:00

 

 

Informal Get-Together

Location: TBA


 

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

8:15

Starting Registration. Location: Headquarter of Leibniz Association, TBA

9:00

-

10:15

Conference Plenary P1: Welcome and Keynote

Location: Room TBA

Chairs: Jon Johnson and Joachim Wackerow (both EDDI Conference Co-Chairs)

Welcome

TBA

Keynote: Making FAIR Data a Reality… and the Challenges of Interoperability and Reusability (abstract)

Simon Hodson (CODATA - Committee on Data for Science and Technology of the International Science Council)

10:15

-

10:45

Break - Location: TBA

10:45

-

12:00

Concurrent Conference Sessions

Concurrent A1:

User Needs

Concurrent A2:

Questionnaire Design and Documentation

Location: Room TBA

Location: TBA

Chair: TBA

Chair: TBA

Providing Data in a User-Friendly Manner at the Center for Socio-Political Data Paris (abstract)

The Questionnaire Design and Documentation Tool (QDDT) - a DDI based tool for assisting questionnaire design teams in their work (abstract)

Alina Danciu, Alexandre Mairot (both Center for Socio-Political Data, Sciences Po Paris)

Hilde Orten (NSD - Norwegian Centre for Research Data), Stig Norland (NSD - Norwegian Centre for Research Data), Sarah Butt (European Social Survey (ESS) ERIC Headquarters, City, University of London)

A New Data Publisher for the SSH Community (abstract)

The Question Variable Database (QVDB) - a Portal for the ESS (abstract)

David Schiller (TBA21 Germany GmbH)

Benjamin Beuster (NSD - Norwegian Centre for Research Data)

Linking Web Survey Tool and Data Archives (abstract)

How the CESSDA Euro Question Bank Integrates with Different Technologies (abstract)

Irena Vipavc Brvar (Slovenian Social Science Data Archives (ADP)), Vasja Vehovar (University of Ljubljana), Nejc Berzelak (University of Ljubljana)

Azadeh Mahmoud Hashemi, Katarina Boland, Alexander Mühlbauer, Esra Akdeniz, Wolfgang Zenk-Möltgen (all GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

12:00

-

13:15

Lunch - Location: TBA


 

Tuesday, December 4, 2018 (continued)

13:15

-

14:45

Concurrent Conference Sessions

Concurrent B1:

Reusing and Sharing Metadata

Concurrent B2:

Software / Tools

Location: Room TBA

Location: TBA

Chair: TBA

Chair: TBA

Finding Ways Between Metadata Models (abstract)

The CESSDA Controlled Vocabular Manager Using DDI-FlatDB (abstract)

Mari Kleemola, Katja Moilanen (both Finnish Social Science Data Archive (FSD)), Maja Dolinar, Irena Vipavc Brvar (both Slovenian Social Science Data Archives (ADP))

Sigit Nugraha, Claus-Peter Klas (both GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

From Shadow to Light: Make Data Visible. DDI, a Collaborative Ground for the Library and the Center for Socio-Political Data (CDSP) of Sciences Po (abstract)

Envisioned Architecture for Empirical Survey Documentation Based on DDI-FlatDB (abstract)

Cynthia Pedroja (Library, Sciences Po Paris), Geneviève Michaud (Center for Socio-Political Data, Sciences Po Paris)

Claus-Peter Klas, Oliver Hopt (both GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

Collect, Store and Re-Use Paradata in DDI – We Need a Working Group! (abstract)

Documenting and Publishing Statistical Data with Colectica and DDI (abstract)

David Schiller (TBA21 Germany GmbH)

Jeremy Iverson (Colectica)

14:45

-

15:15

Break - Location: TBA


 

Tuesday, December 4, 2018 (continued)

15:15

-

16:15

Concurrent Conference Sessions

Concurrent C1:

Infrastructure

Concurrent C2:

DDI and R

Location: Room TBA

Location: TBA

Chair: TBA

Chair: TBA

CESSDA DataverseEU Project (abstract)

DDI R-UI: a Tool to Describe Data in R (abstract)

Marion Wittenberg (Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS))

Domingo Scisci (UniData - Bicocca Data Archive University of Milano-Bicocca)

Dataverse as a Single Source of Truth in a DDI-Compliant Environment (abstract)

Implementing the DDI4 Model in the R Language (abstract)

Geneviève Michaud, Baptiste Rouxel, Quentin Agren (all Center for Socio-Political Data, Sciences Po Paris)

Larry Hoyle (Institute for Policy & Social Research, University of Kansas), Joachim Wackerow (GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)

16:15

16:45

Birds-of-a-Feather Discussions

Concurrent BOF1:

Concurrent BOF2:

Location: Room TBA

Location: TBA

Chair: TBA

Chair: TBA

Topics TBA

Topics TBA

18:30

Conference Dinner

Drinks from 18:30, dinner served at 19:00

Location: Palais in der Kulturbrauerei, Schönhauser Allee 36, 10435 Berlin


Wednesday, December 5, 2018

8:30

Starting Registration. Location: Headquarter of Leibniz Association, Lobby, Registration Desk

9:00

-

10:00

Conference Plenary P2: Panel

Location: Room TBA

Chair: TBA

Metadata Sharing: Rights and Obligations (abstract)

Jon Johnson (UK Data Service)

10:00

-

10:30

Break - Location: TBA

10:30

-

12:00

Concurrent Conference Sessions

Concurrent D1:

Documenting Statistical Data

Concurrent D2:

Applying DDI

Location: Room TBA

Location: TBA

Chair: TBA

Chair: TBA

New Improvements in DDI 3.3 (abstract)

Not-so-big data: Using DDI to Promote Findable, Re-Usable Data across Small N Studies in the Traumatic Stress Field (abstract)

Dan Smith (Colectica)

Nancy Kassam-Adams (Children's Hospital of Philadelphia & University of Pennsylvania)

Process and Rationale for the New DDI 3.3 Version, a User Point of View (abstract)

Challenges of Using DDI in Research Data Sharing in Uganda. A Case of Selected Research Institutions. (abstract)

Guillaume Duffes (Insee - Institut National de la Statistique et des Etudes Economiques)

Winny Nekesa Akullo (Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Authority. IASSIST)

Development of Metadata, Conversion and Archiving of the Time Series Data of the Completed Censuses and Surveys of the BBS. (abstract)

Indexing DDI with ElasticSearch: The ExploreData Project (abstract)

Chandra Shekhar Roy (Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics)

Karam Abdulahhad, Claus-Peter Klas (both GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences)


 

Wednesday, December 5, 2018 (continued)

12:00

-

13:30

Lunch - Location: TBA

Posters and Software Demonstrations

While lunch time - Location: TBA - Chair: TBA

Planning Feasibility Studies on the Applicability of the DDI Standard for "One Health Surveillance" Data Harmonization in Europe (abstract)
Taras Günther, Tasja Buschhardt (both Federal Institute for Risk Assessment), Fernanda Dorea (National Veterinary Institute), Matthias Filter (Federal Institute for Risk Assessment)

Colectica Portals: Public Use Data on the Web (abstract)
Jeremy Iverson, Dan Smith (both Colectica)

DDI Implementation Projects at SSJDA: Ongoing Projects and a Future Task (abstract)
Satoshi Miwa (Institute of Social Science, The University of Tokyo.), Kazuhiro Kezuka (Tokyo Institute of Technology), Tomoyuki Masuko (Institute of Social Science, The University of Tokyo.)

CLOSER’s Metadata Portal: Improving Discovery (abstract)
Hayley Mills (CLOSER Project, Department of Social Science, UCL Institute of Education)

An R Package for Putting DDI to Practical Use as a Personal Tool : DDIR (abstract)
Yasuto Nakano (School of Sociology, Kwansei Gakuin University)

13:30

-

14:30

Concurrent Conference Sessions

Concurrent E1:

Rich Metadata

Concurrent E2:

Metadata Discovery and Harvesting

Location: Room TBA

Location: TBA

Chair: TBA

Chair: TBA

Powering an Energy Research Portal with a DDI Property Graph (abstract)

The New CESSDA Data Catalogue (abstract)

Deirdre Lungley, Darren Bell (both UK Data Archive)

John Shepherdson (CESSDA ERIC), Carsten Thiel (CESSDA ERIC)

Colectica Portals: Public Use Data on the Web (abstract)

Kuha2 - A New Open Source DDI Aware Metadata Server (abstract)

Jeremy Iverson (Colectica)

Toni Erik Sissala, Matti Heinonen (both Finnish Social Science Data Archive (FSD))

14:30

-

14:45

Break - Location: TBA

14:45

-

15:30

Conference Plenary P3:
Reports on DDI Specifications, and Outlook

Location: TBA

Chair: TBA

News from the DDI Alliance Technical Committee

Update on DDI 4

Announcement of 6th NADDI, Invitation to EDDI18 and Goodbye

Jon Johnson and Joachim Wackerow (both EDDI co-conference chairs), and
Next Year’s Host (name will be disclosed in session)

18:00

 

Informal Get-Together

Location: TBA



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