Topic outline

  • General

    • Opening Session

      • Welcome by local organiser (Jordi Sorribas)
      • Welcome by local authorities
      • Introduction to the Conference, Structure and Objectives and practical information (M. Fichaut and Susana Diez Tagarro)
      • SeaDataNet, what's up in the cloud? (** Schaap)
    • Data services and tools in ocean science

      Chairs: Adam Leadbetter, Cynthia Chandler

      • Services and tools for discovery, visualisation, dissemination
      • Services and tools for data processing and data analysis
      • Services and tools for data ingestion
      • Services and tools for data management
      • Virtual Research Environment (VRE), Cloud environment
      • European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) and Blue Cloud pilot
      • Open data for the marine domain

      Presentations:

      1 Presentation 1 - Keynote: Bridging the gap between data and sensor information
      Roland Koppe, Ana Macario

      2 Presentation 2

      New SOCIB Data Catalog REST API
      Juan Gabriel Fernández, Paz Rotllan Garcia, Cristian Munoz Mas, Inmaculada Ruíz, Miguel Charcos, Miquel Àngel Rújula, Xisco Notario, Sonia Gómara, Miquel Gomila and Joaquín Tintoré

      3 Presentation 3
      Australian Ocean Data Network utilises Amazon Web Service Batch processing for gridded data
      Sebastien Mancini, Roger Proctor, Peter Blain and Kate Reid

      4 Presentation 4
      eCUDO.pl – towards the Polish Oceanographic Data Committee
      Marcin Wichorowski, Michał Piotrowski, Lena Szymanek, Urszula Pączek, Mirosława

      5 Presentation 5
      The integration platform of Roshydromet for data exchange within Russian and international projects
      Alina Lazareva and Sergey Belov

      6 Presentation 6
      Data Driven Blue Growth - Meeting Ocean Renewable Energy Sector Needs with iMarDIS
      Graham Mills ?????

      7 Presentation 7
      WebODV – a tool for the online analysis of marine data
      Sebastian Mieruch and Reiner Schlitzer

      8 Presentation 8
      The BODC Parameter Usage Vocabulary (PUV) semantic model exposed
      Gwenaëlle Moncoiffé and Alexandra Kokkinaki

      9 Presentation 9
      Exposing the SeaDataNet metadata catalogues via SPARQL endpoints
      Chris Wood, Adam Leadbetter, Alexandra Kokkinaki and Rob Thomas

      10 Presentation 10
      The SeaDataCloud Virtual Research Environment: Researching the Sea from the Cloud
      Merret Buurman, Peter Thijsse, Sri Harsha Vathsavayi, Sebastian Mieruch, Gael Leblan, Giorgio Santinelli and Alexander Barth

      11 Presentation 11
      EMODnet Central Portal data services
      Paula Oset, Simon Claus, Francisco Hernandez, Bart Vanhoorne, Filip Waumans, Jan-Bart Calewaert, Pascal Derycke, Alessandra Giorgetti, Helen Lillis, Antonio Novellino, Alessandro Pititto, ** Schaap, Henry Vallius and Thierry Schmitt

      12 Presentation 12
      EMODnet Physics: a horizontal platform serving blue growth
      Antonio Novellino, Paolo D'Angelo, Patrick Gorringe, ** Schaap, Peter Thijsse, Sylvie Pouliquen and Giuseppe Manzella

      13 Presentation 13
      EMODnet Data Ingestion: ‘Wake up your data’
      ** Schaap, Sissy Iona and Francis Strobbe

      14 Presentation 14
      The Deep Sea Spy system: building a marine images annotation database from participative science
      Catherine Borremans and Marjolaine Matabos

      15 Presentation 15
      Cloud-based national on-line services to annotate and analyse underwater imagery
      Roger Proctor, Tim Langlois, Ariell Friedman, Sebastien Mancini, Xavier Hoenner and ???????????

      16 Presentation 16
      MBARI Media Managment - Tools for Turning Video into Data
      Brian Schlining, Nancy Jacobsen Stout, Linda Kuhnz, Lonny Lundsten, Kyra Schlining and Susan von Thun

    • Technical developments for marine information and data management

      Chairs: ** Schaap, Gwen Moncoiffé

      • Standards for data interoperability
      • Quality assurance
      • Data citation, DOI, PID and data versioning
      • Monitoring and tuning
      • Best practice

      17 Presentation 1 - Keynote
      The place of Schema.org in Linked Ocean Data
      Adam Leadbetter, Rob Thomas, Adam Shepherd, Doug Fils and Kevin O'Brien

      18 Presentation 2
      Establishing "Best practice" data workflows in marine research at GEOMAR, Kiel
      Hela Mehrtens, Pina Springer, Claas Faber, Lisa Paglialonga and Carsten Schirnick

      19 Presentation 3
      Technologies for a FAIRer Use of Ocean Best Practices
      Pier Luigi Buttigieg, Pauline Simpson, Jay Pearlman, Peter Pissierssens, Scott Caltagirone, Mark Bushnell, Juliet Hermes, Emma Heslop, Johannes Karstensen, Frank Muller-Karger, Cristian Muñoz and Francoise Pearlman

      20 Presentation 4
      Leveraging FAIR principles to enhance SOCIB corporative Data Management Strategy
      Cristian Munoz, Miguel Charcos, Sonia Gomara, Miquel Gomila, Francisco Notario, Paz Rotllan, Inmaculada Ruiz, Miquel Angel Rujula, Juan Gabriel Fernandez and Joaquin Tintore

      21 Presentation 5
      An example of adopting and adapting SeaDataCloud and INSPIRE data models to map EMODnet nutrients data
      Elena Partescano, Alessandra Giorgetti, Alessandro Sarretta and ** Schaap

      22 Presentation 6
      Interoperability of new data type with SeaDataNet Infrastructure: Case of Flow cytometry data
      Soumaya Lahbib, Maurice Libes, Gwenaëlle Moncoiffé, Gérald Grégori, Michèle Fichaut, ** Schaap, Mathilde Dugenne, Michel Denis, Pierre Marrec and Melilotus Thyssen (presentation by Yolanda Del Amo)

      23 Presentation 7
      EMODnet Physics and River Runoff data management
      Francisco Campuzano, Ana Oliveira, Jorge Palma, Ramiro Neves, Patrick Gorringe, Giuseppe Manzella and Antonio Novellino

      24 Presentation 8
      SmartDots: an online international platform for age reading workshops and calibration
      Carlos Pinto, Julie Davies, Kevin De Coster, Colin Millar, Wim Allegaert, Anna Osypchuk, Rui Catarino, Jane Godiksen, Karen Bekaert, Neil Holdsworth and Els Torreele

      25 Presentation 9
      Automated data ingestion for the Australian Ocean Data Network
      Roger Proctor, Sebastien Mancini, Peter Blain, Leigh Gordon, Angus Scheibner and Laurent Besnard

      26 Presentation 10
      A service for publishing sensors on the web using OGC and W3C standards
      Louise Darroch, Alexandra Kokkinaki, Justin Buck, Thomas Gardner, Cieran Brazier and Gwenaelle Moncoiffé

      27 Presentation 11
      Interoperable data management and instrument control experiences with the EMSO Generic Instrument Module at OBSEA
      Daniel Mihai Toma, Enoc Martínez, Joaquin Del Rio, Óscar Garcia and Juanjo Dañobeitia

    • Marine environmental infrastructures for observation data

      Chairs: Loic Petit de la Villéon, Taco de Bruin

      • Operational oceanography metadata/data systems
      • Physical and bio-chemical metadata/data systems
      • Geophysical and geological metadata/data systems
      • Fisheries and biological metadata/data systems
      • Cross infrastructure activities

      28 Presentation 1 - Keynote
      IIOE-2 Data and Information Management
      Cynthia Chandler, Tobias Spears, Pauline Simpson, Peter Pissiersens, Ntahondi Mcheche Nyandwi, Harrison Ong'Anda, Roger Proctor, E. Pattabhi Rama Rao and Nelly Riama

      29 Presentation 2
      Enhancing the integration of in-situ Atlantic Ocean observation data and services to users
      Valerie Harscoat, Sylvie Pouliquen and Wpseven Partners

      30 Presentation 3
      JCOMMOPS Integrated Monitoring System
      Mathieu Belbéoch, Long Jiang, Martin Kramp, Anthonin Lizé and Emanuela Rusciano

      31 Presentation 4
      Towards a Regional Database and Estimation System for Fisheries
      David Currie, Laurent Dubroca, Edvin Fuglebakk, Kirsten Birch Håkansson, Henrik Kjems-Nielsen, Twan Leijzer and Nuno Prista

      32 Presentation 5
      MARBEC-Obs: Towards a virtual observatory of marine and coastal ecosystems, mainly in Mediterranean and tropical areas
      Régis Hocdé, Valérie Derolez and Angélique Jadaud

      33 Presentation 6
      DASSH, The Archive for Marine Species and Habitats Data – International Standards for National Data Management Excellence
      Anna Luff, Dan Lear, Kevin Paxman and Matthew Arnold

      34 Presentation 7
      Unlocking European Marine Biodiversity Data under EMODnet Biology using the FAIR principles
      Simon Claus, Christos Arvanitidis, Nicoals Bailly, Klaas Deneudt, Daphnis De Pooter, Peter Herman, Dan Lear, Paula Oset and Leen Vandepitte

      35 Presentation 8
      Facilitating the Publication of Real-Time Marine Observation Data: The SeaDataCloud SWE Ingestion Service
      Simon Jirka and Christian Autermann

      36 Presentation 9
      Assessment of existing services and new services provided by the Copernicus Marine In Situ Thematic Assembly Centre
      Loic Petit de La Villeon and Sylvie Pouliquen

    • Data products, information and knowledge

      Chairs: Jordi Sorribas, Paolo Diviacco

      • Quality Check procedures and data consistency assessment for historical data collections for climatic studies
      • Machine learning and its application to data collection and data quality check
      • Regional and global data collections and marine data aggregations
      • Validation of data products and uncertainty estimation
      • Distribution and publication of data products

      37 Presentation 1 - Keynote
      A New World Ocean Temperature Profile Product (v0.1): The International Quality Controlled Ocean Database (IQuOD)
      Catia Domingues, IQuOD team

      38 Presentation 2
      OceanBestPractices System: a global resource to facilitate harmonizing practices in ocean observation, data and information
      Peter Pissierssens, Cristian Munoz, Johannes Karstensen, Jay Pearlman, Pauline Simpson, Mark Bushnell, Juliet Hermes, Emma Heslop, Frank Muller-Karger and Francoise Pearlman

      39 Presentation 3
      Generating ocean climatologies from in situ observations
      Alexander Barth, Charles Troupin, Sylvain Watelet, Aida Alvera-Azcárate and Jean-Marie Beckers

      40 Presentation 4
      Using Jupyter Notebooks as a Data Scientist “Work bench” for quality assurance of data processing flows and quality control of data series
      Rob Thomas, Sarah Flynn, Will Meaney, Siobhan Moran, Ramona Carr and Adam Leadbetter

      41 Presentation 5
      SeaDataCloud temperature and salinity data collections
      Simona Simoncelli, Christine Coatanoan, Volodymyr Myroshnychenko, Örjan Bäck, Helge Sagen, Serge Scory, Reiner Schlitzer, Michèle Fichaut and ** Schaap

      42 Presentation 6
      HELCOM Map and Data service – system for making available assessment data products and underlying data for various use cases
      Joni Kaitaranta and Andžej Miloš

      43 Presentation 7
      Error Characterization of Sea Surface Salinity Products using Triple Collocation Analysis
      Nina Hoareau, Marcos Portabella, Wenming Lin, Joaquim Ballabrera-Poy and Antonio Turiel

      44 Presentation 8
      IBISAR: Skill Assessment service for real-time ranking of met-ocean data products in the IBI area for emergency and SAR operators
      Emma Reyes, Baptiste Mourre, Paz Rotllán, Ismael Hernández, Eric Comerma, Tayebeh Tajalli Bakhsh, Anna Rubio, Julien Mader, Luis Ferrer, Christian De Lera Fernandez, Enrique Álvarez-Fanjul, Alejandro Orfila and Joaquín Tintoré

      45 Presentation 9
      Coastal Data Portals to Support Marine Science and Management – the coastMap Approach
      Linda Baldewein, Ulrike Kleeberg, Marcus Lange and Dietmar Sauer

      46 Presentation 10
      Marine Base Maps in Coastal Norway: A case for developing sustainable blue growth in coastal communities
      Minika Ekanem, ???

      47 Presentation 11
      An Update on Ireland’s Integrated Digital Ocean
      Eoin O'Grady and Adam Leadbetter

      48 Presentation 12
      MARMOD Database: Marmara Sea Marine Data
      Devrim Tezcan, Volodymyr Myroshnychenko, Serap Kantarlı, Hacer Selamoğlu Çağlayan, Hüsne Altıok and Barış Salihoğlu

      49 Presentation 13
      Enlarging the EMODnet Chemistry focus with the EU Marine Litter data challenge
      Matteo Vinci, Alessandra Giorgetti, Alberto Brosich, Maria Eugenia Molina Jack, Maria Del Mar Chaves Montero, Anna Maria Addamo, Georg Hanke and Francois Galgani

      50 Presentation 14
      How to encourage new marine data users and providers through communication and outreach? The examples of EMODnet and the European Atlas of the Seas
      Andrée-Anne Marsan, Jan-Bart Calewaert and Oonagh Mcmeel

      51 Presentation 15
      EMODnet High Resolution Seabed Mapping – further developing a high resolution digital bathymetry for European seas
      Thierry Schmitt, ** Schaap and George Spoelstra

      52 Presentation 16
      EyeonWater: Advancing in adopting citizen science for water quality monitoring
      Peter Thijsse and Hans van der Woerd

      53 Presentation 17
      SOCIB and Balearic Islands Lifeguards: An example of data products and services that provide direct social benefits
      Paz Rotllan Garcia, Biel Frontera, Emma Heslop, Cristian Munoz Mas, Baptiste Mourre, Melanie Juza, Amaya Alvarez, Lluis Gomez, Miquel Angel Rujula, Inmaculada Ruiz, Xisco Notario, Miguel Charcos, Emma Reyes, Miquel Gomila, Sonia Gomara, Juan Gabriel Fernandez and Joaquin Tintoré