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    Where: 
    Barcelona
    When: 
    Wednesday, 22 June, 2016 to Thursday, 23 June, 2016

    Event Information

    The EUDAT user meeting in Barcelona will bring together the developers from the EUDAT Data Pilots, the Data Pilot interfaces and enablers and EUDAT developers to discuss implementing their respective pilots into EUDAT.

    The goal of this meeting/codefest is to familiarise community representatives from the data pilots with the APIs of the EUDAT services to allow them to integrate these into communities existing or developing workflows.  In addition, where there are gaps in functionality in the APIs or features, these will be gathered and added to the EUDAT requirements list to be assessed and, if deemed suitable, put onto the EUDAT roadmap for inclusion in a future release.

    The meeting is organized in two parallel sessions:

    • A hackathon for Data Pilot developers to seed the implementations of the Data Pilot services or contribute to the extension of EUDAT's services based on 4 use cases (See table below)
    • An interview track to offer a unique platform for Data Pilot's representatives to meet with Project Enablers to refine their use-cases/requirements and start defining the specifications that will serve as initial plan for further implementations.

     

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    Agenda

    Day 1 – 22 June 2016

    09: 00 - 10:30

    Introduction – Hilary Hanahoe, Trust-IT Services

    EUDAT Service Roadmap: focus on new developments – Mark van de Sanden, SURFsara

    EUDAT updates & opportunities – Hilary Hanahoe, Trust-IT Services

    Presentation of the hackathon sessions and use cases – Yann  Le Franc, eScience Data Factory

    Overview of the interview tracks – Daan Broeder, Meertens Institute            

    Q&A

    Room: VS217

    10:30 - 11:00

    Coffee break - Garden

    11:00 - 12:30

    UC#1: Transferring data from community repository to B2SHAREv2

    UC#2 Publishing metadata in B2SAFE and B2FIND

    UC#3 Annotating data content with B2NOTE

    UC#4  B2STAGE and HTTP API

    Interview Track

     

    Room: VS 206

    Room: VS 218

    Room: VS 219

    Room: VS 218

    Room: VS 217

    12:30 -13:30

    Lunch - Garden

    13:30 - 15:00

    UC#1: Transferring data from community repository to B2SHAREv2

    UC#2 Publishing metadata in B2SAFE and B2FIND

    UC#3 Annotating data content with B2NOTE

    UC#4  B2STAGE and HTTP API

    Interview Track

    Room: VS 206

    Room: VS 218

    Room: VS 219

    Room: VS 218

    Room: VS 217

    15:00 –15:30

    Coffee break - Garden

    15:30 - 18:00

    UC#1: Transferring data from community repository to B2SHAREv2

    UC#2 Publishing metadata in B2SAFE and B2FIND

    UC#3 Annotating data content with B2NOTE

    UC#4  B2STAGE and HTTP API

    Interview Track

    Room: VS 206

    Room: VS 218

    Room: VS 219

    Room: VS 218

    Room: VS 217

    20:00

    Social Dinner at Santa Clara Restaurant

    www.santaclararestaurante.com; Calle Jiménez e Iglesias 11-13, 08034, Barcelona, metro stop Maria Cristina L3.

     

    Day 2 – 23 June 2016

    09:00 - 10:30

    UC#1: Transferring data from community repository to B2SHAREv2

    UC#2 Publishing metadata in B2SAFE and B2FIND

    UC#3 Annotating data content with B2NOTE

    UC#4  B2STAGE and HTTP API

    Interview Track

     

    Room: VS 208

    Room: VS 218

    Room: VS 219

    Room: VS 218

    Room: VS217

    10:30 -11:00

    Coffee break - Garden

    11:00 - 12:30

    UC#1: Transferring data from community repository to B2SHAREv2

    UC#2 Publishing metadata in B2SAFE and B2FIND

    UC#3 Annotating data content with B2NOTE

    UC#4  B2STAGE and HTTP API

    Interview Track

     

    Room: VS 208

    Room: VS 218

    Room: VS 219

    Room: VS 218

    Room: VS 217

    12:30 –13:30

    Lunch - Garden

    13:30 - 15:00

    UC#1: Transferring data from community repository to B2SHAREv2

    UC#2 Publishing metadata in B2SAFE and B2FIND

    UC#3 Annotating data content with B2NOTE

    UC#4  B2STAGE and HTTP API

    Interview Track

     

    Room: VS 208

    Room: VS 218

    Room: VS 219

    Room: VS 218

    Room: VS 217

    15:00 -15:30

    Coffee break - Garden

    15:30 – 17:30

    Final Wrap up

    Room: VS 217

     

    In order to be fully prepared for the user meeting, all participants are strongly advised to consult the training material provided prior to the event. Click here to access the training material.

     

    Parallel Coding Session Based on 4 Use-Cases

     

    Use Cases

    Name

    Aim

    Training Requirements

    Coordinators

    Use Case 1

    Transferring data from community repository to B2SHAREv2

    Participants will work on their specific community data publication workflows or can contribute in defining a generic workflow for data publication on B2SHARE

    Knows about B2SHARE API (B2SHARE training material), programming skills, have full access and understanding of their data repository

    Emanuel Dima 

    Use Case 2

    Publishing metadata in B2SAFE and B2FIND
    Participants will work on further developing the services to publish and access their metadata either from their community’s repository or from B2SAFE and make it accessible to B2FIND for harvesting.
    Developer can either work at the service level (low level) or at high level to implement their specific functions.
    At the service level, participants will contribute to the further development of the library supporting the interactions between B2SAFE and Neo4J (requires in depth knowledge about iRods and B2SAFE) or contribute to develop an OAI-PMH endpoint to publish the content of the Neo4J database. At the high level, developers can develop functions to generate a metadata template that will be parsed to be stored on Neo4J or work directly on top of Neo4J to publish and access their metadata. 
    Knows about B2SAFE (B2SAFE training) and/or B2FIND/OAI-PMH, programming skills (python, java,…), Basic Neo4J, draft graph model for B2SAFE, python libraries: Py2Neo and neomodel Claudio Cacciari, Hannes Thiemann

    Use Case 3

    Annotating data content with B2NOTE

    Extend functionalities to annotate data content using the Web Annotation Data model and publish it as RDF in triple store.

    Programming skills, RDF, csv on the Web, semantic annotation, Web Annotation model

    Yann Le Franc, Antoine Brémaud

    Use Case 4

    B2STAGE and HTTP API

    Transferring data from B2SAFE to compute facilities employing B2STAGE and move the analysis data back into B2SAFE using the EUDAT HTTP API.

    python, docker and basic Flask
    Paolo D'Onorio De Meo

     

    Location:

    Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC. Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya), Vertex building, Plaça d'Eusebi Güell, 6, 08034, Barcelona, Spain.