Abstract submissions should be made here. Proposals should be submitted against one of the following themes:
- Solutions (long papers)
- Strategy (long papers)
- Structure, organisational (long papers)
- Success (short papers)
- Skills and Support (short papers)
- Stitch ’n’ Bitch / Steam, letting off… / Sticking Points / Success and its Shadow (short papers)
- Sustainability (short papers)
- Shared and Outsourced Services (short papers)
- Service Points (short papers)
- Service Level, Trust and FAIR (short papers)
- Champions and Engagement (short papers)
Important points to note about abstract submissions:
- Proposals for long papers should be 1200-2000 words.
- Proposals for short papers should be 300-600 words.
- When submitting a proposal the author should choose the session corresponding to the theme for which the abstract is intended.
- Announcement of accepted abstracts and outline programme: late January 2018
Authors of accepted papers will be invited to submit them to a special collection of the Data Science Journal.
The Göttingen-CODATA Symposium will take place in Göttingen from 18-20 March 2018: it is a collaboration between the University of Göttingen and CODATA.
Structure of the Symposium
The Symposium is intended as a precursor event to the RDA plenary meeting in Berlin on 21-23 March 2018.
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