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The presentation is about the project overview of the PlanetData Network of Excellence http://www.planet-data.eu/. This presentation was presented by PlanetData partner; Elena Simperl (Karlsruhe ...

The presentation is about the project overview of the PlanetData Network of Excellence http://www.planet-data.eu/. This presentation was presented by PlanetData partner; Elena Simperl (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) and Alice Carpentier (Semantic Technology Institute, University of Innsbruck) during the PlanetData project Kick-off Meeting on October 11, 2010 in Palma de Mallorca, Spain.

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  • 1. Project overviewElena Simperl, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Alice Carpentier, STI Innsbruck 11.10.2010, Palma de Mallorca
  • 2. Overview Project in a nutshell Management structure and procedures Planning 2
  • 3. Project in a nutshell 3
  • 4. Motivation Amount of data on the Web is increasing ou t o o t e eb s c eas g This data is starting to be used in increasingly sophisticated ways Challenges remain due to disparate sources, heterogeneous formats, and dynamicity Addressing these challenges involves: Add i th h ll i l ◦ Coordinating research(ers) across Europe g g p p ◦ Leveraging the expertise of different disciplines ◦ Creating the instruments for sustainability
  • 5. Aim and objectives Aim: establish an interdisciplinary, sustainable European community on large-scale data management Databases ◦ Purposeful data exposure ◦ Novel and improved applications Data and Semantics Web Mining• Objectives 1. Addressing challenges through integrated research 2. Data and technology provisioning through PlanetData Lab 3. Impact through training, dissemination, standardization and networking 4. Openness and flexibility through PlanetData Programs
  • 6. Work plan WP WP 6/7 8 WP4 WP1 WP2 WP3 WP5 6
  • 7. Expected outcomes (i) Research on publishing and  Topics for discussion in managing new species of i i f this thi meeting ti interlinked data sets ◦ Unique selling points ◦ Characterisation and adaptation  Stream-like data mechanisms for a priori  Data quality and repair unknown and evolving data sources ◦ Potential collaborations ◦ Composed event detection in  LOD2 (data quality) multiple data sources ◦ Distributed streaming RDF storage engine ◦ Potential associated Research on improving the partners usefulness of existing data sources ◦ Data quality (for LOD and stream-like data) ◦ Context representation and reasoning (for LOD) ◦ Provenance, trust, access control (for LOD, stream-like data) 7
  • 8. Expected outcomes (ii) Data sets, vocabularies, best  Topics for discussion in practises f publishing self- ti for bli hi lf this thi meeting ti descriptive data ◦ Which data sets to start with? ◦ Which vocabularies are Portal with data provisioning needed? And how to develop and management tools them? ◦ Where to publish the PlanetData Lab results? ◦ What portals to reuse? ◦ What technology to use for Best practises on how to the integrated PlanetData exploit clouds and clusters Web apperance? for distributed and large- g ◦ How to set-up and operate o set up a d ope ate scale data management the PlanetData Lab? Which tools do we start with?  Potential collaborations  Potential associated partners 8
  • 9. Expected outcomes (iii)  Topics for discussion in Training infrastructure, this thi meeting ti learning resources ◦ Curriculum development ◦ Description of the training infrastructure Mentoring and career ◦ W b site: structure, content, Web i development program technology ◦ Basic dissemination material PlanetData Summer School ◦ Events to be initiated or explicitly supported RDF-enabled NoE Web site  Potential collaborations Contributions to standards  Potential associated (W3C) partners Exchange p g g program 9
  • 10. Management structure and procedures 10
  • 11. Project structure 11
  • 12. Constitution of the boards GA ◦ Defines and reviews the overall progress of the project, acting as the common forum for discussion and a body for high‐level decisions. ◦ Consists of one delegate of each core p g partner, Project Coordinator , j (C), Scientific Coordinator PMB ◦ Acts as working committee of the Gene al Assembly to actively o king General Assembl acti el control the overall success of the project and to support the Project Coordinator in the strategic management of the project, ensuring thereby that all partners can meet their individual responsibilities ◦ I relation t the PlanetData Programs it t k the final decisions In l ti to th Pl tD t P takes th fi l d i i about the proposals to be supported by the network in research, data provisioning and management, and impact ◦ Consists of Project Coordinator (C), the Scientific Coordinator, the Project Manager and one representative of each core partner P j tM d t ti f h t 12
  • 13. Constitution of the boards (ii) TMB ◦ Implements the direction and strategies of the project as defined by the Project Management Board and the synergetic communication between the different activities and work packages. ◦ This board is also responsible for the day to day day‐to‐day management of the research, technical, and impact creating activities of the project. ◦ Consists of the Project Coordinator, the Scientific Coordinator (C), the Activity Leaders of Activities 1 3, to 3 and the corresponding Work Package Leaders of Work Packages 1 to WP7. 13
  • 14. Activity and WP leadersResearch: FORTH Grigoris FORTH, ◦ WP1: CWI, ? ◦ WP2: KIT, ? KIT ◦ WP3: FORTH, ?Data and technology: EPFL Karl EPFL, ◦ WP4: FUB, ? ◦ WP5: EPFL, ?Impact: STI, John Domingue ◦ WP6: JSI, ? ◦ WP7: STI, ? 14
  • 15. Planning 15
  • 16. with…To start with Project Web site: According to the EC the website should include, among all the other things listed i th Annex I: ll th th thi li t d in the A I ◦ Public deliverables. ◦ Publications from consortium members, including conference papers and journal articles. ◦ Di i i d i l i l di b h l fl d Dissemination and PR material, including brochures, leaflets and generall presentations. ◦ Demo-versions and tools, showcases. ◦ Dissemination and exploitation activities, including: conferences, workshops and other events your consortium has (co )organized sponsored or heavily (co-)organized, participated in ◦ An up-to-date news section with project’s activities, and media coverage. Project logo Fact h t F t sheet and project synopsis d j t i Project presentation Press releases of the overall project and individual by all partners ◦ To announce the launch of the project ◦ To be published on the INFSO.E2 website, CORDIS Wire, CORDIS News etc. 16
  • 17. Upcoming deliverables Training curriculum (M6 UIBK) (M6, Open training infrastructure (M6, STI) Web site (M3 FORTH) (M3, PlanetData roadmap (M6, UIBK) Project fact h t (M1, P j t f t sheet (M1 UIBK) 1st PlanetData Program (M6, UIBK) 17
  • 18. PlanetData Programs 18
  • 19. PD Programs (1) - 45 days, • d ft call announcement text draft ll tt t 15-Feb-11 • communicate call announcement text to - 30 days,01-March 11 Project Officer • upload full call details on website - 10 days,21-March-11 • communicate full call details to Project Officer • publish full call details in print media/on-/+ 0 days,01-April-11 website
  • 20. PD Programs (2) • close call + 5 weeks, 11-May-11 • finalize evaluation preparations • communicate names of experts to commission/PO Week 6+7,16-27 May 11 y • conduct evaluation • submit evaluation report to POWeek 10, 13- • request accession of th new beneficiary(ies) t i f the b fi i (i ) 17 May 11 • PO approves accession of new beneficiary(ies) to grant agreement Week 17 • communicate the result of each proposal to the proposer01-05 Aug 11 http://planet-data-wiki.sti2.at/index.php/Planetdata_programs
  • 21. Agenda: Day 1 14:00 - 15:00 Research area: vision and work plan (Area leader and WP leaders) 15:00 - 15:30 Coffee break 15:30 - 16:15 Data and technology area: vision and work plan (Area leader and WP leaders) 16:15 - 17:00 Impact area: vision and work plan (Area leader and WP leaders) k l (A l d d l d ) 17:30 - 18:30 PMB 20:00 Social event 21
  • 22. Agenda: Day 2 09:30 - 13:00 Scientific presentations by partners and invited guests 13:00 - 14:00 Lunch 14:00 - 15:30 Strategic summarization of topics and PlanetData Programs consultation 15:30 16:00 C ff 15 30 – 16 00 Coffee break b k 16:00 – 17:30 Planning of the 1st round of th programs f the 22
  • 23. Agenda: Day 3 09:30 - 11:00 WP 6/7 meeting (JSI (JSI, UIBK, KIT, FORTH, STI) 11:00 - 11:30 Coffee break 11:30 - 13:00 WP 4/5 (FUB, KIT, CWI, EPFL,UIBK) EPFL UIBK) 13:00 - 14:00 Lunch, end of the meeting 23