The Open Science Core FS Kick-off Meeting

You are warmly invited to the kick-off meeting of the Core Project Feasibility Study (FS) “Developing an Information Service to Support the Global Environment Research Based on Societal Collaborations in the Era of Open Science” (hereafter called "Open Science Core FS") to be held at RIHN on October 2-3, 2015. The programme is as follows:

Date & Hours: Friday, October 2, 14:00-17:00 and Saturday, October 3, 10:00-12: 00
Venue: Seminar Room 3 & 4, RIHN( → Access)
Agenda: To clarify the goals of this Core Project through sharing current issues in open science and RIHN projects.
Participants: Researchers and research administrators
Registration: Not required
Contact: Yasuhisa Kondo E-mail

Program (subject to change)

    Friday, October 2
  1. 14:00 Yasuhisa Kondo
  2. (RIHN, Leader of the Open Science Core FS) Introduction to the Open Science Core Project

    Summary (in Japanese)

  3. 14:15 Discussion
  4. 14:30 Yasuhiro Murayama (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology)
  5. Current issues of open science, global environment studies, and Future Earth

  6. 14:45 Asanobu Kitamoto (National Institute of Informatics)
  7. ‘Standing on the shoulders of giants’ and data citation

  8. 15:00 Satoshi Asano (RIHN)
  9. Citizen science in the Nutrient Cycling Project: Case study from the waterweed composting in Shiga Prefecture

  10. 15:15 Discussion
  11. 15:30 Break
  12. 15:45 Natsuko Yasutomi (RIHN)
  13. RIHN Archives for transdisciplinary research on global environmental studies

  14. 16:00 Junko Habu (RIHN)
  15. Data sharing and publication in the Small-scale Economy Project

  16. 16:15 Yuzo Marukawa (National Museum of Ethnology)
  17. Disclosure of cultural resource information in the National Museum of Ethnology: A forum-style infomuseum

  18. 16:30 Discussion
  19. 17:00 Closing
  20. Dinner (T.B.A.)
  21. Saturday, October 3
  22. 10:00 Jumpei Kubota (RIHN)
  23. The RIHN’s new core programme and what the Open Science Core Project is expected to achieve

  24. 10:15 Satoshi Ishikawa (RIHN)
  25. Issues in conducting interactive research and education with society and civic members in the Area capability Project

  26. 10:30 Hirofumi Teramura (National Museum of Ethnology)
  27. Issues in fieldwork data publication and sharing

  28. 10:45 Discussion
  29. 11:00 General discussion
  30. Facilitators: Yasuhisa Kondo and Terukazu Kumazawa (RIHN)

  31. 12:00 Closing

Related seminars of the week

Thursday, October 1, 13:30-16:00 at Lecture Hall, RIHN
The 121th RIHN Seminar “Theory and practice of ontology engineering”
Lecturer: Riichiro Mizoguchi (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
Correspondence: Core FS "Designing common language and common theoretical basis on global environmental studies"

Monday, October 5, 13:00-17:00 at Seminar Room 1 & 2, RIHN
The third RIHN-NINJAL joint meeting
“Global environmental studies reviewed by 'dialects' and traditional life styles and values: how to integrate and utilise information” (in Japanese)