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Workshop Towards an African Open Science Platform Infrastructure Framework
Wednesday, 1 November 2017 from to (UTC)
Go to day
08:00 - 09:00
09:00 - 09:50
Opening & Welcome Remarks
Convener: Mr. Zelalem Assefa
Welcome Remarks from the Host, EthERNet
Speaker: Mr. Zelalem Assefa (EthERNet)
Welcome Remarks from Ethiopian Academy of Sciences (EAS)
Speaker: Prof. Masresha Fetene (Ethiopian Academy of Sciences)
Welcome Remarks from the African Open Science Platform (AOSP)
Speaker: Ms. Susan Veldsman (Academy of Sciences of South Africa)
Welcome Remarks from UbuntuNet Alliance
Speaker: Dr. Pascal Hoba (UbuntuNet Alliance)
Welcome Remarks from the Ethiopian Government
Speaker: Prof. Afework Kassu (State Minister for Science and Technology)
- 09:00 Welcome Remarks from the Host, EthERNet 10'
09:50 - 11:00
Session 1: Context
Convener: Dr. Margareth Gfrerer (Education Strategy Center, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)
- 11:00 - 11:30 Health break and refreshments
11:30 - 13:30
Session 2: Training & Capacity Building Needs
Convener: Prof. Masresha Fatene
Competency Framework: Computer/Networks/Systems/Data Infrastructure Engineers, Statisticians, Data Scientists, Librarians, Data Curators & Researchers, perspectives from NICIS
Speaker: Wim Hugo Material: Slides
Basic collaboration skills for e-infrastructure engineers (experience from Africa-Arabia ROC and Sci-GaIA)
Speaker: Dr. Bruce Becker (CSIR Meraka Institute) Material: ORCID Slides
Conjugating Open Science and Open Education: the Sci-GaIA e-Research Hackfest model
Speaker: Roberto Barbera (University of Catania) Material: ORCID profile Slides
Speaker: Ms. Anelda van der Walt (TALARIFY) Material: Slides
- 11:30 Competency Framework: Computer/Networks/Systems/Data Infrastructure Engineers, Statisticians, Data Scientists, Librarians, Data Curators & Researchers, perspectives from NICIS 25'
- 13:30 - 14:30 Lunch
14:30 - 16:05
Session 3: Technical Infrastructure Requirements
Convener: Dr. Simon Hodson
Role and Progress by UbuntuNet Alliance and NRENs
Speaker: Dr. Pascal Hoba (UbuntuNet Alliance) Material: Slides
Developments in Regional SADC Cyberinfrastructure to Support Open Data and Open Science, SKA
Speaker: Dr. Tshiamo Motshengwa Material: Slides
Speaker: Mr. Zelalem Assefa (EthERNet) Material: Slides
Discussion and Wayforward
- 14:30 Role and Progress by UbuntuNet Alliance and NRENs 25'
- 08:00 - 09:00 Registration