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Coming Together Around Data,

a PI Meeting for Datanet and INTEROP

January 25, 5:00 PM EDT - January 27, 1:00 PM EDT, 2012
University Place Conference Center & Hotel
850 W Michigan St, Indianapolis, IN, 46202-5198

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Next Steps

Update 4/15/2012 A small steering committee has been identified who will engage to keep the grass roots activities identified at the "Coming Together Around Data" meeting moving forward. The group will convene in the coming months to identify next steps. The steering group includes:

  • Beth Plale, IU, SEAD, Chair
  • Chaitanya Baru, SDSC
  • Ruth Duerr, NSIDS (INTEROP)
  • Dennis Gannon, Microsoft
  • John Kunze, California Digital Library (INTEROP)
  • Robert McDonald, IU, SEAD
  • William Michnener, Univ New Mexico, DataOne
  • Reagan Moore, UNC, DFC
  • Arcot Rajasekar, UNC, DFC
  • Steven Ruggles, Univ Minnesota, TerraPop
  • Nancy Wiegand, Univ Wisconsin (INTEROP)

2/1/2012

Hello,

Coming Together Around Data: A PI Meeting for Datanet/INTEROP, now passed, was a highly successful event gauged by the level of participant interaction and engagement. One can see how the meeting unfolded and objectives emerged by taking a look at these overview slides

and you can find individual presentations linked next to the presenters name in the agenda below. The 2 page whitepaper resulting from the workshop is below; we heartily welcome your comments.

Thanks to all who attended for a highly productive and engaging workshop.

Cheerfully, Beth Plale

Objectives

NSF PI Meetings have long provided an opportunity for project teams to exchange information with one another. The 2012 DataNet/INTEROP PI meeting, goes a step beyond by making the meeting a forum where common challenges can be discussed and frameworks considered for the long term resolution of common issues.

The objectives of the workshop will be achieved through a program that draws on notions from the "unconference". The goal of the unconference is to foster emergent ideas or efforts. It can be assumed that data, and for most that means data in the context of informatics or e-Science, scientific data sharing, preservation and interoperability is important to attendees. The unconference, adapted to the project meeting setting, is intended to accomplish the goal of free-form discussion and attainment of objectives.



Meeting Objectives Objectives Achieved By
Inform attendees of international advances. Invited Talks of General Interest
Facilitate learning, leveraging, sharing across projects. Short project talks.
Common ground challenges or opportunities Birds of a Feather Sessions (BoFs) - Participant Driven Groups of Members
Interested in a Particular Issue
Information Sharing Information Sharing Reception


Agenda

The agenda is below. Please use this area to make suggestions about Birds of a Feather topics or just general suggestions about the flow of the meeting.

An important component of the meeting is a 2-hour poster session and reception held the evening before the meeting begins. The purpose of the poster session/reception is to allow attendees to familiarize themselves with the projects represented at the meeting. PI's are welcome to have a laptop at the table by their poster to demonstrate the technology used within their DataNet or INTEROP.

The agenda has now been set with the Conference Center, but please Login and click edit to add Birds of a Feather (BoF) suggestions:

  • I suggest moving the lightning talks to the beginning of the day on Thursday so we have a chance to learn about projects earlier in the meeting. We may not all be able to make it around to every poster/demo the night before as we will be manning our own posters/demos. DONE!
  • An opportunity to demonstrate project infrastructure and interoperability between DataNet Partner solutions would be helpful. POSTER SESSION IS TIME TO DO THIS, PLAN TO BRING YOUR LAPTOP
  • Give us time to eat lunch so we can give our full attention to invited speakers AGREED, FIRST 1/2 HOUR WILL BE LUNCH ONLY
  • NSF would like separate time with Datanet & Interop PI's HAVE A ROOM FOR THIS MEETING NOW (EACH MORNING)
  • Need more time for BoF (45 minutes is barely time to get settled) EXTENDED TO 1 HOUR EACH
  • NSF would like to have time to kick-start meeting WE WELCOME YOU ON THURS AM
  • Suggest BoF after IETF lunch talks for extended Q&A.
  • Suggested BOF Topics
  • - Storage solutions and funding models for long term storage
  • - DataCite, its use
  • - IETF as model on which to continue momentum after workshop
  • - Issues in using cloud storage for long term availability
  • - Dataset discovery and data access services
  • - Broadening participation
  • Slides


Wednesday January 25, 2012

3:00 - 6:00 PM

Registration

University Place, Foyer above Hotel Desk
(plan to visit registration before checking into the hotel)

6:30 - 8:30 PM

Reception and Poster Session.

University Place, Foyer above Hotel Desk

 

 

 

Thursday January 26, 2012 slides

7:30 - 8:30 AM

Breakfast

University Place, Lounge by Room 137

8:00 - 8:45 AM

Datanet PI Meeting with NSF (PIs only)

University Place, Room 138

8:55 - 9:05 AM

Welcome and Unconference Rules of Engagement -
Beth Plale, Meeting Host [1]

University Place, Room 137

9:05 - 9:20 AM

NSF and Data - Rob Pennington, NSF Program Officer, Office of Cyberinfrastructure [NSF-OCI Task Force on Data and Visualization Report] [2]

University Place, Room 137

9:20 - 10:15 AM

Riding the Wave: Europe's strategy for scientific data. Peter Wittenburg and Damien Lecarpentier (reference http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/e-infrastructure/docs/hlg-sdi-report.pdf) [3] [4] University Place, Room 137

10:15 - 11:00 AM

Lightning Project Talks (5 min per talk max!):

  • Strategy of the Board on Research Data and Information. Daniel Cohen [5]
  • Geospatial Semantic Interoperability. Nancy Wiegand [6]
  • An overview of Terra Populus. Steve Ruggles [7]
  • Sustainable Environment – Actionable Data (SEAD). Margaret Hedstrom [8]
  • Data Federation through Policy-based Data Management. Reagan W. Moore [9]
  • Facilitating Next Generation Science Collaboration: Respecting and Mediating Vocabularies with Information Model Driven Semantics in Ecosystems Assessments. Peter Fox [10]
  • Scientific Observations Network, SONet: using observations and measurements to semantically enhance data interoperability. Deborah McGuinness [11]
  • The Semantic Sea Ice Interoperability Initiative. Mark Parsons [12]
  • DataNet: DataONE (Observation Network for Earth): Enabling New Science by Supporting the Management of Data Throughout its Life Cycle. Bill Michener [13]
University Place, Room 137

11:00 - 11:15 AM

Break

University Place, Lounge by Room 137

11:15 AM - Noon

Lightning Project Talks (5 min per talk max!):

  • INTEROP: Creation of a Virtual Data Center for the Biodiversity, Ecological and Environmental Sciences. Bill Michener [14]
  • Data Conservancy. G. Sayeed Choudhury [15]
  • A Feasibility Study for a National Science Foundation Open-Access Publication Repository. G. Sayeed Choudhury [16]
  • DRINET Overview. Carol Song [17]
  • Variations on Data Use & Reuse in Basic Research. Sharon Traweek [18]
  • The City University of New York’s DataNET Plans and Activities. Paul Muzio [19]
  • I-Choose: Building Information Sharing Networks to Support Consumer Choice Project. Holly Jarman [20]
  • General Data Analysis, Modeling and Visualization using HPC. Jian Huang [21]
University Place, Room 137

12:15 - 12:45 PM

Lunch

University Place, Ballroom (hallway behind hotel desk)

12:45 - 2:00 PM

Internet Engineering Task Force: Open Process for Internet Standards. Russ Housley, IETF [22]
Supporting the IETF Process: Logistics and Operations. Ray Pelletier, IETF [23]

University Place, Ballroom (hallway behind hotel desk)

2:15 - 3:15 PM

BoFs Session 1

University Place, Rooms 218, 234A, 234B, 138

3:15 - 3:30 PM

Break

University Place, Lounge by Room 137

3:30 - 4:30 PM

BoF Report Back

University Place, Room 137

4:30 - 5:00 PM

Identify Topics for Friday

University Place, Room 137

6:30 PM

Dinner on own at Various Indianapolis Locations

Sign-up at Registration, UPlace Shuttle Available

 

 

 

Friday January 27, 2012 [24]

7:30 - 8:45 AM

Breakfast

University Place, Lounge by Room 137

8:00 - 8:45 AM

Interop PI Meeting with NSF (PIs only)

University Place, Room 138

9:00 - 10:00 AM

European agenda in action for scientific data, Peter Wittenburg [25]

University Place, Room 137

10:00 - 11:00 AM

BoFs Session 2

University Place, Rooms 218, 234A, 234B, 138

11:00 - 11:15 AM

Break

University Place, Lounge by Room 137

11:15 AM - Noon

BoF Report Back

University Place, Room 137

12:00 - 12:30 PM

Next Steps Discussion

University Place, Room 137

12:30 - 1:00 PM

Box Lunches

University Place, Lounge by Room 137

1:00 - 2:00 PM

Capturing Next Steps in Writing (subset of interested attendees)

University Place, Room 137


Attendees

Current invitees to this invite-only meeting are listed below. Invited attendees are welcome to suggest names of others who would add value to the discussion. Add their name below; the organizers will vet and then send an official invitation. Vetted attendees will be added to the table below by the organizers. Please contact Robert Ping if you are submitting a RSVP for yourself, a delegate or another project team member so he can add them to the table and send appropriate paperwork.

Login and click EDIT to add attendee suggestions (please include name, affiliation, and your name so we can follow up):

Note: The ongoing list of invitees that appeared here and their current status was removed 1/29/2012 (post-workshop). The final list of attendees can be found below.


Co-PI

Attending?

Title

Last Name/
Email

First Name

Affiliation

Type

Award ID

Yes

PI

Plale

Beth

Coming Together Around Data, a PI Meeting for Datanet/Interop (PI) and Sustainable Environments - Actionable Data (SEAD) (Co-PI)

DATANET/
Interop

 

Yes

Co-PI

Jensen

Scott

Coming Together Around Data, a PI Meeting for Datanet/Interop

 

 

Yes

PM

Ping

Robert

Coming Together Around Data, a PI Meeting for Datanet/Interop

 

 

Yes

PD

McClure

Mimi

National Science Foundation (NSF)

 

 

Yes

PD

Pennington

Rob

National Science Foundation (NSF)

 

 

Yes

PD

Lombardo

Irene

National Science Foundation (NSF)

 

 

Yes

PD

Spengler

Sylvia

National Science Foundation (NSF)

 

 

Yes

Director

Anderson

Martha

National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP), Library of Congress

 

 

Yes

Hall

Alan

National Climatic Data Center, NOAA

 

 

Yes

Chair

Housley

Russ

Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)

 

 

Yes

PM

Lecarpentier

Damien

European Data Infrastructure (EUDAT), CSC - IT Center for Science Ltd., Finland

 

 

Yes

Moore

Richard

SDSC

 

 

Yes

 

Pelletier

Ray

Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)

 

 

Yes

 

Broeder

Daan

European Data Infrastructure (EUDAT)/Max Planck Institute (MPI), Netherlands

 

 

Yes

Scientific Coordinator

Wittenburg

Peter

European Data Infrastructure (EUDAT)/Max Planck Institute (MPI), Netherlands

 

 

No

PI

Barch

Deanna

CRCNS Data Sharing: An open data repository for cognitive neuroscience: The OPenfMRI Project

DATANET

1131291

No

PI

Beecher

Bryan

Shared Digital Tchnologies for Data Curation, Preservation, and Access: A Proof of Concept

INTEROP

958382

No

PI

Berger-Wolf

Tanya

EAGER: Field Computational Ecology Course

DATANET

1152895

No

PI

Borgman

Christine

EAGER: Knowledge and Data Transfer: the Formation of a New Workforce

DATANET

1145888

Yes

Co-PI

Traweek

Sharon

EAGER: Knowledge and Data Transfer: the Formation of a New Workforce

DATANET

1145888

Yes

PI

Choudhury

Sayeed

The Data Conservancy (A Digital Research and Curation Virtual Organization) and A Feasibility Study for a National Science Foundation Open-Access Publication Repository

DATANET/
INTEROP

830976/
948134

Yes

PI

Fox

Peter

ECO-OP: Employing Cyber Infrastructure Data Technologies to Facilitate IEA for Climate Impacts in NE & CA LME's (#3 & #7)

INTEROP

955649

Yes

Co-PI

Maffei

Andrew

ECO-OP: Employing Cyber Infrastructure Data Technologies to Facilitate IEA for Climate Impacts in NE & CA LME's (#3 & #7)

INTEROP

955649

Yes

PI

Hedstrom

Margaret

Sustainable Environments - Actionable Data (SEAD)

DATANET

 

Yes

Co-PI

Kumar

Praveen

Sustainable Environments - Actionable Data (SEAD)

DATANET

 

Yes

Co-PI

Myers

Jim

Sustainable Environments - Actionable Data (SEAD)

DATANET

 

Yes

Sr

McDonald

Robert

Sustainable Environments - Actionable Data (SEAD)

DATANET

 

Yes

PD

Aktaruzzaman

Zaman

Sustainable Environments - Actionable Data (SEAD)

DATANET

 

Yes

PM

Zimmerman

Ann

Sustainable Environments - Actionable Data (SEAD)

DATANET

 

Yes

PI

Huang

Jian

Undergraduate Training at NSF Teragrid XD RDAV Center

DATANET

1136246

No

PI

Kress

Michael

MRI: Instrumentation for Enabling Data Analysis, Sharing, Storage, and Preservation

DATANET

1126113

Yes

Co-PI

Muzio

Paul

MRI: Instrumentation for Enabling Data Analysis, Sharing, Storage, and Preservation

DATANET

1126113

Yes

PM

Trikoupis

Nikolaos

MRI: Instrumentation for Enabling Data Analysis, Sharing, Storage, and Preservation

DATANET

1126113

Yes

PI

Michener

William

DataNetONE (Observation Network for Earth) and INTEROP: Creation of an International Virtual Data Center for the Biodiversity, Ecological and Environmental Sciences

DATANET/
INTEROP

830944/
0753138

Yes

Co-PI

Frame

Mike

DataNetONE (Observation Network for Earth)

DATANET

830944

Yes

Co-PI

Kunze

John

DataNetONE (Observation Network for Earth)

DATANET

830944

Yes

PM

Koskela

Rebecca

DataNetONE (Observation Network for Earth)

DATANET

830944

Yes

Co-PI

Servilla

Mark

Creation of an International Virtual Data Center for the Biodiversity, Ecological and Environmental Sciences

INTEROP

0753138

Yes

Co-PI

Vieglais

Dave

Creation of an International Virtual Data Center for the Biodiversity, Ecological and Environmental Sciences

INTEROP

0753138

No

PI

Mitchell

Jason

CRCNS Data Sharing: An open data repository for cognitive neurosciences: The Open fMRI Project

DATANET

1131338

Yes

PI

Moore

Reagan

DataNet Federation Consortium

DATANET

940841

Yes

PM

Whitton

Mary

DataNet Federation Consortium

DATANET

940841

Yes

Co-PI

Orcutt

John

DataNet Federation Consortium

DATANET

940841

No

PI

Pardo

Theresa

Building Information Sharing Networks to Support Consumer Choice (I-Choose)

INTEROP

955935

Yes

Co-PI

Jarman

Holly

Building Information Sharing Networks to Support Consumer Choice (I-Choose)

INTEROP

955935

Yes

PI

Parsons

Mark

International Network of Arctic Knowledge

INTEROP

956010

Yes

Co-PI

Duerr

Ruth

International Network of Arctic Knowledge

INTEROP

956010

Yes

Co-PI

McGuinness

Deborah

International Network of Arctic Knowledge

INTEROP

956010

No

PI

Poldrack

Russell

CRCNS Data Sharing: An open data repository for cognitive neurosciences: The Open fMRI Project

DATANET

1131441

Yes

PI

Ruggles

Steven

Terra Populus: A Global Population/Environment Data Network

DATANET

940818

Yes

Co-PI

Manson

Steve

Terra Populus: A Global Population/Environment Data Network

DATANET

940818

Yes

Co-PI

Srivastava

Jaideep

Terra Populus: A Global Population/Environment Data Network

DATANET

940818

Yes

Co-PI

Kugler

Tracy

Terra Populus: A Global Population/Environment Data Network

DATANET

940818

Yes

Sr.Res.

Sobek

Matt

Terra Populus: A Global Population/Environment Data Network

DATANET

940818

Yes

PI

Schildhauer

Mark

Community-Driven Scientific Observations Network to Achieve Interoperability of Environmental and Ecological Data

INTEROP

753144

Yes

PI

Song

Carol

Developing Community-based Drought Information Network Protocols and Tools for Multidisciplinary Regional Scale Applications (DRInet)

INTEROP

753116

Yes

Mgr

Biehl

Larry

Developing Community-based Drought Information Network Protocols and Tools for Multidisciplinary Regional Scale Applications (DRInet)

INTEROP

753116

Yes

Co-PI

Govindaraju

Rao

Developing Community-based Drought Information Network Protocols and Tools for Multidisciplinary Regional Scale Applications (DRInet)

INTEROP

753116

Yes

Co-PI

Niyogi

Dev

Developing Community-based Drought Information Network Protocols and Tools for Multidisciplinary Regional Scale Applications (DRInet)

INTEROP

753116

No, Personal Injury

PI

Uhlir

Paul

Board on Research Data and Information

DATANET

1144157

Yes

PO

Cohen

Daniel

Board on Research Data and Information

DATANET

1144157

No

PI

Wager

Tor

CRCNS Data Sharing: An open data repository for cognitive neurosciences: The Open fMRI Project

DATANET

1131801

No

PI

Wagner

Anthony

CRCNS Data Sharing: An open data repository for cognitive neurosciences: The Open fMRI Project

DATANET

1130086

Yes

PI

Wiegand

Nancy

Spatial Ontology Community of Practice: an Interdisciplinary Network to Support Geospatial Data Sharing, Integration, and Interoperability

INTEROP

955816

Yes

Co-PI

Zhou

Naijun

Spatial Ontology Community of Practice: an Interdisciplinary Network to Support Geospatial Data Sharing, Integration, and Interoperability

INTEROP

955816

Yes

Co-PI

Kolas

Dave

Spatial Ontology Community of Practice: an Interdisciplinary Network to Support Geospatial Data Sharing, Integration, and Interoperability

INTEROP

955816

Yes

Co-PI

Berg-Cross

Gary

Spatial Ontology Community of Practice: an Interdisciplinary Network to Support Geospatial Data Sharing, Integration, and Interoperability

INTEROP

955816

Yes

Co-PI

Dean

Mike

Spatial Ontology Community of Practice: an Interdisciplinary Network to Support Geospatial Data Sharing, Integration, and Interoperability

INTEROP

955816

Yes

Co-PI

Wilson

James

Spatial Ontology Community of Practice: an Interdisciplinary Network to Support Geospatial Data Sharing, Integration, and Interoperability

INTEROP

955816

Yes

escience librarian

Konkiel

Stacy

Indiana University Libraries

 

 

Yes

Research Storage Manager

Seiffert

Kurt

Indiana University Research Technologies

 

 

Yes

IU Staff

Kowalczyk

Stacy

Coming Together Around Data, a PI Meeting for Datanet/Interop

 

 

Yes

IU Staff

Sun

Yiming

Coming Together Around Data, a PI Meeting for Datanet/Interop

 

 

Yes

IU Staff

Chandrasekar

Kavitha

Coming Together Around Data, a PI Meeting for Datanet/Interop

 

 

Yes

IU Staff

Chen

Miao

Coming Together Around Data, a PI Meeting for Datanet/Interop

 

 

Yes

IU Staff

Pavalanathan

Uma

Coming Together Around Data, a PI Meeting for Datanet/Interop

 

 

Yes

IU Student

Chen

Peng

Coming Together Around Data, a PI Meeting for Datanet/Interop

 

 

Yes

IU Student

Philip

Bina

Coming Together Around Data, a PI Meeting for Datanet/Interop

 

 


Correspondence


From: Beth Plale
Subject:whitepaper followup: DataNet/INTEROP workshop
Date: February 23, 2012 9:32:31 PM EST

Hello,

I share the attached whitepaper written in followup to the DataNet/INTEROP workshop in Indianapolis, IN Jan 26-27, 2012. The goal of the whitepaper, as you recall, is to capture the workshop thinking about a standalone organization around scientific data and first steps to get common activity off the ground.

Data Science Consortium: Access to Scientific Data Anywhere by Anyone
January, 2012

Whitepaper Outcome of NSF DataNet/INTEROP meeting, Indianapolis, IN

To discuss next steps, receive progress reports, review notes from convened meetings and see who else is involved visit http://d2i.indiana.edu/data2012/ for more information.

cheerful regards

beth

Beth Plale
Director, Data to Insight Center
Professor of Computer Science
Indiana University Bloomington

From: Beth Plale
Subject: Data2012: unconference material; poster content; talk content
Date: January 11, 2012 7:03:41 PM EST

Hello,

We're delighted you'll be attending the NSF DataNet/INTEROP workshop in Indianapolis 25-27 January 2012. You will be preceding the Super Bowl experience by a few short days, so the town will be lively. I'd like to draw your attention to the following 3 items that require your intellectual engagement prior to the workshop.

Seek BOF suggestions: As you know, the workshop will be run unconference style to allow topics to emerge from the participants. Specifically, we seek your input on BOF topics, and to get your thinking started, you may want to look at the attached Capability List* [[26]]. I explain the origins of the Capability List below, but summarize it by saying that it reflects the opinions of several hundred researchers who convened in person and remotely for NSF EarthCube in September 2011. As such, it is a synthesis document that merits your time and reflection.

Poster content: for those of you putting together a poster, the goal of the Wed evening poster session is to convey information about your project. You will also have 5 min on Thur to talk about your project, so both venues, should you choose, could allow you to double the information you convey to the other participants about the project. Posters have 4'x 8' of space each.

5 min talk: for those of you who are lead representative of a DataNet or INTEROP project, please plan to give a 5 minute talk about your project. Your time will be strictly monitored, so don't bother with preparing a longer talk.

  • NSF GEO division and OCI office began in Summer 2011 the EarthCube (http://earthcube.ning.com/). The goal of EarthCube is to transform the conduct of research by supporting the development of community-guided cyberinfrastructure to integrate data and information for knowledge management across the Geosciences. NSF hosted a 3 day Charrette Fall 2011 to foster community engagement. The Charrette followed upon the submission of 111 whitepapers, and 185 requirement survey responses. During the highly facilitated 3 day event, attended by about 150 people in person and another 150 people remotely, attendees had multiple forums in which to express their views on needed capability. These capabilities were assembled into a list of 99 capabilities shortly after the Charrette, and since then NSF has condensed the capability list further to 14 key areas of capability needs. [[27]]

We welcome your thoughts on BoF topics. These topics you can send to me directly or post to the workshop wiki at http://cgi.cs.indiana.edu/~dsiweb/data2012/index.php/Main_Page

Here is a reminder of the login information: DELETED

thank you!

beth

From: Robert Ping
Subject: Data2012 - Items due Tue Jan 17 & Wed Jan 25th
Date: January 11, 2012 6:54:37 PM EST

The Data2012 (Coming Together Around Data, a PI Meeting for Datanet/Interop) meeting is just around the corner. Please see the items below which require action on your part and respond accordingly. If you have any questions about logistics please do not hesitate to contact me directly.

Due Tuesday January 17:

  • Program Information (this is for all participants, including invited guests/speakers):
  Name/Title as you would like it to appear in program
Print-ready photo (or URL to current photo)
Short Bio
Summary of Affiliated Project or Institution Short explanation of existing collaborations with Datanet/Interop projects and/or International partners Lightning Talk Title and presenter's name (will be PI of project in most cases) See below for slide due date.
  • Poster/Reception Information
  Posters can be up to 4' tall x 8' wide
  A 6' table will be available by your poster so you may utilize your own laptop to show demos, etc.
  Poster title and presenter's names (each project should plan for multiple presenters so you have a chance to browse other posters)
  If you are an invited guest (not an Interop/Datanet project PI/Co-PI) and would like to present a poster please let me know
  • Personal Information
  Dietary considerations:
  Access considerations:
  • In order for us to provide transportation to/from the airport, please provide:
  Flight arrival day/time at IND:
  Flight departure day/time at IND:     

Due 1/25 at 9 PM (or as early as possible):

  • All powerpoint slides (in .ppt or .pptx format) due to Robert
  Ideally these would be delivered to Robert before or during Registration
  All slides presented in Room 137 will be pre-loaded onto a laptop in the sound booth
  If internet connection is desired please indicate as well. For 5 minute lightning talks we recommend screen shots.

The agenda and attendee list is coming together nicely: http://cgi.cs.indiana.edu/~dsiweb/data2012/index.php/Main_Page Here is a reminder of the login information:

 username:
password:

Thank you for your quick responses.

-Robert



From: Robert Ping
Subject:Data2012 Hotel Reservations Reminder
Date: December 23, 2011 1:04:02 PM EST
To: DATA2012-L@LISTSERV.INDIANA.EDU

Greetings,

The Data2012 PI Meeting is quickly approaching.

If you requested financial travel assistance Robert Ping has made reservations for you at the host hotel. If you would like him to make your flight arrangements, please contact him as soon as possible. You should have received an email with the information he needs listed, contact him if you did not.

If you did not request financial assistance, this is a quick reminder to make your hotel reservation by Dec 27th.

https://www.myfidelio.net/webui/AvailabilitySearch.aspx?chain=IQ&property=USUPI&allotmentcode=1201NSFPIM&arrival=25-JAN-2012&nights=2&autosubmit=1

Please plan to stay at the host hotel. If we do not fill the hotel block the hotel will still charge us (NSF/IU) for unused rooms.

Please take a few minutes to review the Wiki (and add your thoughts). Your project is expected to share a poster and a 5 minute lightning talk at the meeting. More information will be sent and posted to the wiki in the coming weeks.

http://cgi.cs.indiana.edu/~dsiweb/data2012/index.php/Main_Page

Happy Holidays and see in in January!

-Robert

Robert Ping, Project Manager
812 345-1065 (cell)

Data to Insight Center http://pti.iu.edu/d2i
Beth Plale, Director




Subject:Data2012 (Coming Together Around Data, a PI Meeting for Datanet/Interop
Date: December 12, 2011 02:10:02 PM EDT

Welcome to the Data2012 listserv. You are receiving this email as you are an invited guest to:

  "Coming Together Around Data, a PI Meeting for DATANET/INTEROP"

As this list serves an important function, please hit reply (to sender only, Robert Ping) to confirm you have received this email. If you believe you have received this message in error or wish to be removed from this mailing list, please see the instructions after the signature line below.

Please visit the Data2012 wiki: http://cgi.cs.indiana.edu/~dsiweb/data2012/index.php/Main_Page to find information about the objectives of the meeting, the agenda, attendees, travel information and past correspondence. If the URL doesn't work by clicking, please copy and paste it into your browser.

On the wiki, there are action items for you regarding:

 1)  Agenda (more information coming from Beth Plale in the coming week)
 2)  Attendees (view the entire list and make suggestions for other invitees.....please also ensure your entry is correct)
 3)  Travel Information (hotel reservations must be made by Dec 27th!)

The login for the wiki is (should you wish to edit):

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If you have questions or see information on the wiki which is incorrect please contact me and I will return your email as soon as possible.

-Robert

Robert Ping, Project Manager 812 345-1065 (cell)

Data to Insight Center http://pti.iu.edu/d2i Beth Plale, Director

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From: Beth Plale <plale@cs.indiana.edu>
Subject:Invitation to attend NSF DataNet/Interop Workshop
Date: December 1, 2011 7:07:16 PM EST

Hello,

It's my pleasure as organizer of the upcoming NSF PI project meeting for the DataNet and INTEROP projects to invite you to attend. The meeting will be organized as an open forum for identifying challenges, and creating synergies in data access and interoperability. One far-reaching outcome that Rob Pennington and Mimi Clure have suggested is a long-lived body with international connections around which issues of data access and interoperability research and education are addressed. Your advice in identifying specific topics and objectives will be sought in a separate message. For now, please note the below logistics details that require your attention.

Travel: Please plan to arrive in Indianapolis, Indiana (airport code IND) by 4:00 PM on January 25th so you have time to travel to the Conference Center, check into the hotel and freshen up before the evening's event. We expect to go until 1:00 PM on Friday the 27th, so please plan your flights out of Indianapolis after 3:00 PM.

Financial assistance is available from NSF for those who do not have the PI meeting in their budgets. Please contact Robert Ping to find out details should you require assistance.

Attendees: In addition to yourself (or a delegate) we invite a Co-PI and Project Manager listed on your award to attend.

Action items:

  1. Send Co-PI, Project Manager attendee names and email addresses from your project to Robert Ping by Dec 9th
  2. Book your travel to Indianapolis for Jan 25-27, 2012
  3. Contact Robert Ping for details about travel financial assistance if it is not covered by your NSF Award
  4. Watch for an email in the coming week regarding additional attendees, meeting topics and objectives


Cheerful regards,

Beth Plale
Director, Data to Insight Center
Professor of Computer Science
Indiana University



Subject:DataNet/INTEROP PI Meeting - Save the Date
Date: October 14, 2011 11:16:02 AM EDT

It's my pleasure to have been asked by NSF to organize a PI project meeting(1) for the NSF DataNet and INTEROP projects. Please mark your calendars for 26-27 January, 2012 in Indianapolis, IN. It's a 1.5 day meeting, and we're planning a Wed 25 Jan evening set-the-stage event for all. Details on number of attendees from your project to attend and travel support are forthcoming. For now, Robert and I just need you to block the date.

Please take a moment to block the date and send us an email back so we know we have your correct contact information on file.

Cheerful regards,

Beth Plale
Director, Data to Insight Center
Professor of Computer Science
Indiana University

(1)NSF often has PI meetings for projects. It brings related projects together. These meetings and policy for attendance at them are usually set-forth by the National Science Foundation in the original call for proposals.

Robert Ping, Project Manager
812 345-1065 (cell)

Data to Insight Center http://pti.iu.edu/d2i
Beth Plale, Director




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