Open Data and Data Publishing Governance in Big Data Age

4 September 2014 - A Workshop on Other in Istanbul, Turkey

Agenda

IGF 2014 sub theme that this workshop fall under

Policies Enabling Access

Description

With the digital Data in volumes expanding beyond the petabyte and exabyte levels, open data and data publishing are rapidly advanced. The Big Data has changed and will continue change the styles of peoples, as well as the data-driven research and economics. There is an urgent need for decision makers, academics, civil societies and private sectors to work together closely to improve the existed governance system in the world in order to make the data-driven research and economy efficient.

The workshop will focus on the following issues in the discussions: (1) How the integrated governance mechanisms could enhance the data publishing actively and efficiently? (2) What international governance system could benefit Property ID for worldwide data publishing?(3) What are the government responsibilities and how to play its governance role in open data and data publishing?(4)What are the academic responsibilities and how to play its governance role in open data and data publishing?(5) What are the private sector responsibilities and how to play its governance role in open data and data publishing?(6) How government, academic and private sectors could work together in open data and data publishing?

Name(s) and stakeholder and organizational affiliation(s) of institutional co-organizer(s)

* Jing Ma, Civil Society, Chinese Association for Science and Technology
* Ms. Ana Cristina Neves, Government, Department of Information Society, Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher Education, Portugal
* Mr. Liangqing Wu, Private Sector, Director of Huawai Turkey R&D Center, Telecommunication Foreign Trade Co. LTD. Turkey
* Chuang Liu, Professor, Civil Society, Secretary, Committee on Data for Science and Technology (CODATA) Task Group on Preservation of and Open Access to S&T Data in Developing Countries

Has the proposer, or any of the co-organizers, organized an IGF workshop before?

yes

The link to the workshop report

http://www.intgovforum.org/cms/2013-bali/workshops2013/reports-with-transcripts http://wsms1.intgovforum.org/content/no82-measures-and-practices-promoting-open-knowledge-environment-oke-developing-countries#report http://www.intgovforum.org/cms/component/chronocontact/?chronoformname=WSProposals2011View&wspid=62#report http://www.intgovforum.org/cms/component/chronocontact/?chronoformname=WSProposalsReports2010View&wspid=18 http://www.intgovforum.org/cms/index.php/component/chronocontact/?chronoformname=Workshopsreports2009View&curr=1&wr=96 http://www.intgovforum.org/cms/2008-igf-hyderabad/event-reports/72-workshops/379-workshop-33-global-culture-for-cybersecurity

Type of session

Panel

Duration of proposed session

90 minutes

Subject matter #tags that describe the workshop

#open data, #data publishing, #governance, #big data age #data-driven economy

Names and affiliations (stakeholder group, organization) of speakers the proposer is planning to invite

(1) Ms. Chuang Liu, Professor, Civil Society, Secretary, Committee on Data for Science and Technology (CODATA) Task Group on Preservation of and Open Access to S&T Data in Developing Countries, Confirmed
(2) Ms. Ana Cristina Neves, Government, Department of Information Society, Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher Education, Portugal, Confirmed
(3) Mr. Xiang Zhou, Academic, Associate Professor, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, Confirmed
(4) Dr. Svetlana Maltseva, Dean of the Faculty of business informatics, National Research Unviersity Higher School of Economics, Confirmed
(5) Dr. Mikhail Komarov,Deputy dean for international relations,
Associate professor at the department of innovations and business in IT, Faculty of Business Informatics National Research University Higher School of Economics Confirmed

Name of Moderator(s)

Mr. Xinmin GAO, Vice President, Internet Society of China

Name of Remote Moderator(s)

Mr. Xiaofeng Tao, Professor, Beijing Post and Telecommunication University, China

Description of how the proposer plan to facilitate discussion amongst speakers, audience members and remote participants

40 minutes for speakers followed by 45 minutes open discussion among panelists, audience, and remote participants and 5 minutes for summary. Audience and remote participants could raise questions at anytime during the workshop.

Description of the proposer's plans for remote participation

The remote participation could be participated online, the remote participates including the following persons invited,:
Dr. Tomoko Doko, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, JAPAN
Dr. Mika Odido, UNESCO, Kenya
Mr. Simon Hodson, Executive Director, CODATA, France
Mr. Wim Hugo, National Research Foundation, SOUTH AFRICA
Dr. Alexander M. Sterin, All-Russian Research Institute of Hydrometeorology, RUSSIA
Paul F. Uhlir, J.D, The National Academies , USA
Dr. Dong Jiang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Dr. Yunqiang Zhu, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Mr. Jiuyi Qin, Chinese Association for Science and Technology, China

Background paper

background paper

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