Workshop “Establishing a node for FAIRifying metabolomics and phenomics data in the European Open Science Cloud”
PhenoMeNal and the GO FAIR initiative will organize a joint workshop on establishing a metabolomics and phenomics node as one of the first nodes in the European Open Science Cloud on March 9-10 2017 in Leiden, The Netherlands. On March 10th, from 13.30 to 15.30 the metabolomics and phenomics node will be officially launched.

The programme of the workshop was designed in interaction with Claire o’Donovan (EBI), Chris Steinbeck (Jena), Jake Pierce (Imperial), Philippe Rocca-Serra and Susanna Sansone (UXOF) and Barend Mons (GOFAIR).

In this workshop the following topics will be discussed:

* How FAIR are metabolomics and phenomics data and how FAIR is the Metabolights repository?
* What can you do once you have FAIRyfied data, what are use cases?
* Actions once we have established the node for FAIRyfing data in the European Open Science
Cloud

Find the programme and logistics information below!

** NB: It is important to highlight that you will need to cover your travel and accommodation
expenses. Participation in the workshop itself and the dinner are free of charge.

** Please fill out the form below to register for the workshop **

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Who should attend?
* Principal investigators in academia, industry and university medical centres in the field of
metabolomics and phenomics
* Linked data experts and researchers involved in coupling different omics data

The total number of participants is limited to 40 for the workshop. We will select participants based on their expected contribution towards realizing the initiative.

PhenoMeNal
PhenoMeNal (Phenome and Metabolome aNalysis) is a comprehensive and standardised e-infrastructure that will support the data processing and analysis pipelines for molecular phenotype data generated by metabolomics applications. PhenoMeNal will provide services enabling computation and analysis to improve the understanding of the causes and mechanisms underlying health, healthy ageing and diseases. Read more: http://phenomenal-h2020.eu/
GO FAIR
The GO FAIR initiative is an early-mover-driven ‘bottom up’ initiative of several member states, aiming to (a) follow the recommendations of the High Level Expert Group for the EOSC and (b) to help kick-start the implementation phase of the EOSC. “GO FAIR” starts working on a trusted environment where public and private sector partners can deposit, find, access, exchange and reuse each other’s data, workflows and other research objects.

The initiators of “GO FAIR” have recognized the value and the general applicability of the approaches developed within PhenoMeNal, and support the idea of building upon PhenoMeNal and the EBI MetaboLights repository to establish a metabolomics and phenomics node as one of the first nodes in the European Open Science Cloud. Read more: http://www.dtls.nl/go-fair/

Preliminary programme
March 9th 2017
12:00 - 13:00 Walk-in Lunch
13:00 - 13:15 Welcome by Hubertus Irth (Director Leiden Academic Centre for Drug
Research)
13:00 - 13:15 Purpose of the workshop by Thomas Hankemeier (Leiden University)
13:15 - 13:40 FAIR data, European Open Science Cloud and the GO FAIR initiative by
Barend Mons (chairman GO FAIR initiative)
13:40 - 14:00 Introduction on PhenoMeNal by Chris Steinbeck (coordinator H2020
PhenoMeNal e-infrastructure)
14:00 - 14:15 Introduction on ENPADASI (European Nutritional Phenotype Assessment and
Data Sharing Initiative), part of the Joint Programming Initiative Healthy Diet
for a Healthy Life by Jildau Bouwman (TNO)
14:15 - 14:30 Introduction on EBI Metaboligths repository by Claire o'Donovan (EMBL-EBI)
14:30 - 14:45 Break
14:45 - 16:15 Discussion round 1 “How FAIR are metabolomics and phenomics data and
how FAIR is the Metabolights repository”
16:15 - 16:30 Break
16:30 - 18:00 Discussion round 2 “What does it mean and what does it take to be a node for
FAIRyfing data in the European Open Science Cloud” led by Barend Mons
(GO FAIR)
18:00 - 18:30 Transport to restaurant
18:30 - ..... Drinks & dinner at the Prentenkabinet in Leiden (Kloksteeg 25, 2311 SK
Leiden)
March 10th 2017
08:30 - 09:00 Walk-in Coffee
09:00 - 09:15 Resume of Day 1 by Thomas Hankemeier
09:15 - 10:45 Discussion round 3 “What can you do once you have FAIRyfied data, what are
use Cases?”
10:45 - 11:00 Break
11:00 - 12:15 Discussion round 4 ”Actions once we have established the node for FAIRyfing
data in the European Open Science Cloud” by Barend Mons and Thomas
Hankemeier
12:15 - 12:30 Wrap up by Thomas Hankemeier, Chris Steinbeck and Barend Mons
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch
13:30 - 15:00 Official launch of the node for FAIRifying metabolomics and phenomics data
in the European Open Science Cloud, by Prof. Dr. Geert de Snoo (Dean of the
Science Faculty, Leiden University) and Prof.dr. Karel Luyben (Chairman of the
GOFAIR initiative)
15:00 - 16:00 Drinks
16:00 End of meeting

The workshop will be organised with the financial support of the PheNoMeNal H2020 project.

Directions and accomodation
The workshop will take place at:

Gorlaeus Laboratory, Leiden University (the new Gorlaeus Building) seminar room GM 4.13
Einsteinweg 55
2333 CC Leiden, The Netherlands

You can find a route description here: https://www.universiteitleiden.nl/en/science/contact

Suggested hotels in Leiden:

* Holiday Inn Hotel Leiden (near venue):
https://www.holidayinn.com/hotels/gb/en/leiden/ldnnl/hoteldetail
* Golden Tulip Hotel Leiden (near Leiden Central Station):
https://www.goldentulip.com/nl/hotels/golden-tulip-leiden-centre


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