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CODATA logo18th International Conference



CODATA 2002

Frontiers of Scientific and Technical Data

Montréal, Canada
29 September - 3 October

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Keynote Speakers
Invited Cross-Cutting Themes

Workshops and Tutorials
Saturday, 28 September
Sunday, 29 September

Prize Award and Banquet
Conference Tours
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Science Specialty Session Abstracts
Physical Science Data

Biological Science Data
Earth and Environmental Data
Medical and Health Data
Behavioral and Social Science Data
Informatics and Technology

Data Science
Data Policy
Technical Demonstrations
Large Data Projects
Roundtables

Poster Sessions
 

Saturday, 28 September

  Saturday Workshops and Tutorials

0900 - 1200
and
1300 - 1600

CODATA Course on Information Visualization
At Delta Centre-Ville Hotel, 777 University Street, Montréal, Québec, Canada H3C 327

Instructors
Nahum Gershon, MITRE, USA, E-mail : gershon@mitre.org
John Dill, Simon Fraser University, USA, E-mail : dill@cs.sfu.ca
Jean-Jacques Royer, CNRS, Nancy, France, E-mail : royer@crpg.cnrs-nancy.fr

1400 - 1800

 

 

 

CODATA Course on Heterogeneous Information Database & Data Warehousing
At Delta Centre-Ville Hotel, 777 University Street, Montréal, Québec, Canada H3C 327

Instructors
Hélène Bestougeff, Université of Marne-La-Vallée, Paris, France
Jean-Jacques Royer, CNRS, Nancy, France

Sunday, 29 September

09:00 - 17:00

Registration



10:00 - 17:00

Sunday Workshops and Tutorials

Environmental Information in Satellite Imagery and Numerical Classification
A CODATA Workshop on September 29, 2002 sponsored by the Task Group on Data Management and Virtual Laboratories and convened by Alexei D. Gvishiani (Russia) and Herbert W. Kroehl (USA)

13:00 - 17:00

Task Group Meetings

17:30 - 18:30

CODATA Opening Ceremony (Régence C)

Chair: Gordon Wood, Chair, Canadian National Committee for CODATA and International Scientific Program Committee Co-Chair

John Rumble, President of CODATA

Dr. Arthur Carty, President of National Research Council of Canada

18:30 - 20:30

CODATA Opening Reception (Régence C)
Sponsored by National Research Council of Canada

Monday, 30 September

08:30 - 13:00

Registration

Keynote Speakers
08:45 - 10:30 Monday
Location: B&C

Chair: John Rumble, President, CODATA

08:45 - 10:30

Invited Keynote 1: Preservation and Archiving of Scientific and Technical Data

Trends In Archiving Digital Data
Kevin Ashley
University of London Computer Center, UK

Invited Keynote 2:
Legal Issues in Using and Sharing Scientific and Technical Data

Preserving the Positive Functions of the Public Domain in Science
Pamela Samuelson
Berkeley Center for Law and Technology, University of California at Berkeley, USA

10:30 - 11:00 Coffee

Invited Cross Disciplinary Session Speakers
11:00 - 13:00 Monday

Invited Speakers Theme 1: Preservation and Archiving of Scientific and Technical Data
Location: Régence C

Chair: Kevin Ashley, University of London, UK

11:00

1. The Challenge of Archiving and Preserving Remotely Sensed Data
John L. Faundeen
US Geological Survey, EROS Data Center, Sioux Falls, SD 57198-0001

2. The Virtual Observatory: The Future of Data and Information Management in Astrophysics
David Schade
Canadian Astronomy Data Centre, Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics, National Research Council, Canada

3. Towards a New Knowledge of Global Climate Changes: Meteorological Data Archiving and Processing Aspects
Alexander M. Sterin
All-Russian Research Institute of Hydrometeorological Information, Russia

4. Strategies for Selection and Appraisal of Scientific Data for Preservation
Seamus Ross, University of Glasgow and Principal Director ERPANET, UK

Invited Speakers Theme 2: Legal Issues in Using and Sharing Scientific and Technical Data
Location: Régence B

Chair: Pamela Samuelson

11:00

1. Search for Balance: Legal Protection for Data Compilations in the U.S.
Steven Tepp

US Copyright Office, Library of Congress, USA

2. Legal (dis)incentives for creating, disseminating, utilizing and sharing data for scientific and technical purposes
Kenji Naemura
Keio University, Shonan-Fujisawa Campus, Japan

3. Scientific and Technical Data Policy and Management in China
Sun Honglie
Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China

4. A Contractually Reconstructed Research Commons for Scientific Data in a Highly Protectionist Intellectual Property Environment
J.H. Reichman, Duke University School of Law, Durham, NC, USA
and Paul F. Uhlir, The National Academies, Washington, DC, USA


13:00 - 14:00 Lunch

Data Issues Within Scientific Specialties
14:00 - 16:00 Monday

Track I-C-1:
Advances in Handling Physico-Chemical Data in the Internet Era (Part 1)

Location: Régence C

Chairs: William Haynes and Peter Linstrom, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA

 

1. The Handling of Crystallographic Data
Brian McMahon, International Union of Crystallography, England

2. Development of KDB (Korea Thermophysical Properties Databank) and Proper Use of Data and Models in Computer Aided Process Engineering Applications
Jeong Won Kang, CAPEC, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Rafiqul Gani, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Chul Soo Lee, Korea University, Korea
Ki-Pung Yoo, Sogang University, Korea

3. Reliability of Uncertainty Assignments in Generating Recommended Data from a Large Set of Experimental Physicochemical Data
Qian Dong, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Boulder, CO, USA

4. Dortmund Data Bank (DDB)- Status, Accessibility and Future Plans
Jürgen Rarey and Jürgen Gmehling, University of Oldenburg, Germany


Track I-C-2:
Integrated Science for Environmental Decision-making: The Challenge for Biodiversity and Ecosystems Informatics
Location: Régence B

Chairs: Gladys Cotter, US Geological Survey, USA and
Bonnie Carroll, Information International Associates, USA

 

Track I-C-3:
Frameworks for Sharing Geographic Data
Location: St Laurent

Chair: Michael Goodchild, National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis and University of California, USA

 

1. Frameworks for Sustainability of GIS Development in Low Income Countries
Gilberto Camara, Director of Earth Observation, INPE, Brazil

2. The Geography Network
Clint Brown, ESRI, USA

3. Geospatial Information One-Stop
M. Robinson, Federal Geographic Data Committee, USA

4. The National Map - Sharing Geospatial Data in the 21st Century
Barbara J. Ryan, U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, Virginia, USA

Track I-C-4:
Government as a Driver in Database Development in the Behavioral Sciences
Location: Les Courants

Chair: David Johnson, Building Engineering and Science Talent, USA

 

1. Sharing data collection and sharing collected data: The NICHD Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development
Sarah L. Friedman, The NICHD Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development, USA

2. Data Sharing at NIH and NIA
Miriam F. Kelty, National Institute on Aging, Office of Extramural Activities, USA

3. Data Archiving for Animal Cognition Research: The NIMH Experience
Howard S. Kurtzman, Cognitive Science Program, National Institute of Mental Health, USA

4. Data Sharing and the Social and Behavioral Sciences at the National Science Foundation
Philip Rubin, Division of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences, USA

Track I-C-5:
Data Archiving
Location: Auditorium

Chair: Seamus Ross

 

1. Report of Activities of the CODATA Working Group on Archiving Scientific Data
William Anderson, Praxis101, Rye, NY, USA
Steve Rossouw, South African National Committee for CODATA
Co-organizers: CODATA Working Group on Archiving Scientifc Data

2. The NIST Data Gateway: Providing Easy Access to NIST Data Resources
Dorothy M. Blakeslee, Angela Y. Lee, and Alec J. Belsky, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA

3. Long Term Data Storage: Are We Getting Closer to a Solution?
A. Stander and N. Van der Merwe, Department of Information Systems, University of Cape Town, South Africa
Steve F. Rossouw, South Africa National Committee for CODATA, South Africa

4. Prototype of TRC Integrated Information System for Physicochemical Properties of Organic Compounds: Evaluated Data, Models, and Knowledge
Xinjian Yan, Thermodynamics Research Center (TRC), National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA
Qian Dong, Xiangrong Hong, Robert D. Chirico and Michael Frenkel

5. An Introduction of CODATA-China Physical and Chemical Database Information System
Xiao Yun, Secretary General, Chinese National Committee for CODATA, China
Yan Baoping, Director, Computer Network Information Center, CAS, China
Zhang Hui, Secretary, Chinese National Committee for CODATA, China
Jin Huanian, Engineer, Computer Network Information Center, CAS, China


Track I-C-6:
Ingénierie de la veille technologique et de l'intelligence économique
(Data for Competitive Technical and Economic Intelligence)

Location: St Charles

Chair: Clément Paoli, Université MLV, France

 

1. Ingénierie de la veille pédagogique et gestion des connaissances en enseignement supérieur (Data for competitive pedagogy and knowledge management in higher education)
Jean-Paul Pinte, Université Marne La Vallée, France

2. L'analyse des mots associés pour l'information non scientifique

(Co-Word analysis for non scientific information)
Bertrand Delecroix and Renaud Eppstein, ISIS/CESD, Université de Marne La Vallée, France

3. Stratégies du partenariat scientifique entre les pays de l' UE et les pays en développement : indicateurs bibliométriques
P.L. Rossi , IRD, Centre d'Ile de France, Bondy, France

4. La fusion analytique Data/Texte : nouvel enjeu de l'analyse avancée de l'information (The merging of structured and unstructured data : the new challenge of advanced information analytics)
J.F. Marcotorchino, Kalima Group

16:00 - 16:30 Coffee

Data Issues Within Scientific Specialties
16:30 - 18:30 Monday

Track I-D-1:
Data On Gas Hydrates (this session to go from 16:30 - 18:50)

Location: Régence B

Chair: Fedor Kuznetsov, Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Novosibirsk, Russia

 

1. Gas hydrates in Siberian geological structures
Albert D. Duchkov, Institute of Geophysics SB RAS, Novosibirsk, Russia

2. Gas Hydrates - Where we are now?
Yuri Makogon, Petroleum Engineering Department, Texas A&M University, USA

3. Data on kinetics and thermodynamics of gas hydrates, application to calculations of phase formation
John A. Ripmeester, Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences, National Research Council of Canada

4. Gas Hydrates Management Program at GTI
A. Sivaraman, Gas Technology Institute, USA

5. Computer Modeling of the Properties of Gas Hydrates - The state-of-the-art
John S. Tse, Steacie Institute for Molecular Sciences, National Research Council of Canada

6. Natural Gas Hydrates Studies in China
Shengbo Chen and Guangmeng Guo, Institute of Geography Sciences and Natural Resources Research, China

7. State of CODATA project on information system on Gas Hydrates
Fedor A. Kuznetsov, Institute of Inorganic chemistry SB RAS, Chairman of CODATA Task Group, Russia

 

Track I-D-2:
The US National Library of Medicine's Visible Human Project® Data Sets

Location: Régence C

Chair: Michael J. Ackerman, National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, USA

 

1. The Visible Human Project® Image Data Sets
From Inception to Completion and Beyond

Richard A. Banvard, National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, USA

2. Visible Human Explorer
Hao Le, Flashback Imaging Inc., Canada
Brian Wannamaker, Sea Scan International Inc., Canada

3. The NLM Insight Registration and Segmentation Toolkit
William Lorensen, GE Research, USA

4. The Visible Human Data Sets: A Protoype and a Roadmap for Navigating Medical Imaging Data
Peter Ratiu, Harvard Medical School, Brigham and Women's Hospital, USA

Track I-D-3:
Land Remote Sensing - Landsat Today and Tomorrow
Location: St Laurent

Chairs: Hedy Rossmeissl and John Faundeen, U.S. Geological Survey, USA

 

1. Tasking, Archiving & Dissemination of Landsat Data
Thomas J. Feehan, Canada Centre for Remote Sensing, Natural Resources Canada, Canada

2. The Work of the U.S. National Satellite Land Remote Sensing Data Archive Committee: 1998 - 2000
Joanne Irene Gabrynowicz, National Remote Sensing and Space Law Center, University of Mississippi School of Law, USA

3. An Overview of the Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM)
Bruce K. Quirk and Darla M. Duval*, U.S. Geological Survey EROS Data Center, USA
Jeffrey G. Masek, Douglas McCuistion, James Irons, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA

4. Current Applications of Landsat 7 Data in Texas
Gordon L. Wells, Center for Space Research, The University of Texas at Austin, USA

5. Development of Land Cover Database of East Asia
Wang Zhengxing, Zhao Bingru, Liu Chuang, Global Change Information and Research Center, Institute of Geography and Natural Resource Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

 

Track I-D-4:
The Public Domain in Scientific and Technical Data: A Review of Recent Initiatives and Emerging Issues
Location: Auditorium

Chair: Paul F. Uhlir, The National Academy of Sciences, USA

 

1. International Access to Data and Information
Ferris Webster, University of Delaware, USA

2. The OECD Follow up Group on Issues of Access to Publicly Funded Research Data: A Summary of the Interim Report
Peter Arzberger, University of California at San Diego, USA

3. An Overview of Draft UNESCO Policy Guidelines for the Development and Promotion of Public-Domain Information
John B. Rose, UNESCO, Paris, FRANCE
Paul F. Uhlir, The National Academies, Washington, DC, USA

4. Emerging Models for Maintaining the Public Commons in Scientific Data
Harlan Onsrud, University of Maine, USA

5. Progress, Challenges and Opportunities for Public-Domain S&T Data Policy Reform in China
Liu Chuang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China

Track I-D-5:
Data Science
Location: Les Courants

Chair: Jacques-Emile Dubois, ITODYS, Université de Paris VII - France and Past-President, CODATA

 

1. Quality Control of Data in Data-Sharing Practices and Regulations
Paul Wouters and Anne Beaulieu, Networked Research and Digital Information (Nerdi), NIWI-KNAW, The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, The Netherlands

2. Distributed Oriented Massive Data Management: Progressive Algorithms and Data Structures
Rita Borgo, Visual Computing Group, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (C.N.R.), Italy
Valerio Pascucci, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), USA

3. Knowledge Management in Physicochemical Property Databases - Knowledge Recovery and Retrieval of NIST/TRC Source Data System
Qian Dong, Thermodynamics Research Center (TRC), National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), USA
Xinjian Yan, Robert D. Chirico, Randolph C. Wilhoit, Michael Frenkel

4. Multi-Aspect Evaluation of Data Quality in Scientific Databases
Juliusz L. Kulikowski, Institute of Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering c/o the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

5. Modeling the Earth's Subsurface Temperature Distribution From a Stochastic Point of View
Kirti Srivastava, National Geophysical Research Institute, India

Track I-D-6:
Database Innovation in the Behavioral Sciences and the Debate Over What Should Be Stored
Location: St Charles

Session organizer: US National Committee for the International Union of Psychological Sciences, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., USA

Chair: Merry Bullock, American Psychological Association

 

1. Acquisition Criteria at the Murray Research Center: A Center for the Study of Lives
Jacquelyn B. James, Murray Research Center

2. What Functional Neuroimaging Data is 'Worth' Sharing and the Scope of Large-Scale Study Data Archiving
John Darrell Van Horn, The fMRI Data Center, Dartmouth College, USA

3. Accession and Sharing of Geographic Information
Michael F. Goodchild, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA

 

Poster Sessions and Sponsor Reception
18:30 - 20:30 Monday

Location: Foyer

Poster Number
Presenter/Authors


Poster Title

P-1 Harish Bahadur Hydrozyl Impurities in Quartz Crystals and Their Radiation-Induced Dynamics
P-2 T.V. Golashvili International Chart of the Nuclides - 2001
P-3 Harshvadan R. Panchal,
Dinesh K. Kanchan

Electrical Conduction Mechanism in Potassium Boro-Vanadate Iron Glass System

P-4

Duck-Hyun Cho,
Won-Kyung Cho,
Jae-Yon Chung,
Hyung-Seon Park,
Bu-Young Ahn,
Kang-Ryul Shon

Database of Korean Mushrooms
P-5 Soo-won Cho,
Hyung-Seon Park
Reference Database of Korean Insect Diversity
P-6 Micah Krichevsky,
Paul De Vos,
Surang Dejsirilert,
Deborah Henry,
Jorge Lalucat,
Edward Moore,
Masoumeh Sikaroodi,
Jane Tang,
Sue Whitehead,
Hans Yu,
Yuguang Zhou
Cooperative Double Blind Study of Pseudomonads and Related Organisms
P-7 Hong-Gi Jang,
Sang-Uk Chon,
Byoung-Sik Pyo,
Sun-Min Kim,
Sook-Young Lee,
Hyung-Seon Park
Factual Database of Native Flora Seeds in the Korean Peninsula
P-8 Dong-Jun Lee,
Chan-Seob Shim,
Hyung-Seon Park
Construction of Antibody Database
P-9 Oh Hyoung Lee,
Hyung Dae Koh,
Soon Young Park,
Hyung-Seon Park,
Kye Jun Lee
Database Construction for the Collective List of Descriptions of Bacterial Isolates from Korea
P-10 K.T. Park,
J.S. Lee,
J.Y. Kim,
K.J. Lee,
Factual Database of Noctuid Moths (Insecta, Lepidoptera) in Korea
P-11 Young Sook Ahn,
Bo Sik Han,
Kyung Jin Sim,
Du Jong Song,
Bu Young Ahn,
The Date Conversion DB Between Luni-Solar and Solar Calendar in Korea
P-12

A. Burtsev,
A.D.-Gvishiani,
M.N.-Zhizhin

Algorithm "Skeleton, Segments, Trace" (SST) for digitizing the analog geophysical records
P-13 Robert W. Crawford The Mackenzie GEWEX Study Data Archive: An Enhanced Dataset for Climate modelling
P-14

B. R. Shah,
H. Rahaman

Background Radiation Level at Thinbhangle (Nepal)
P-16 Yong-Sam Lee,
Min-Soo Lee,
Sang-Hyuk Kim,
Yong-Bok Lee,
Bu-Young Ahn
Multimedia Data Processing and Construction of Database for Ancient Astronomical Heritages of Korea
P-17 Bu-Young Ahn,
Hyung-Seon Park,
Ji-Young Kim,
Kang-Ryul Shon
Construction of Factual Database Based Virtual Science Museum
P-18 Daniel Crichton,
J. Steven Hughes,
Gregory Downing,
Sudhir Srivastava
Enabling Collaborative Science Communities Through Data Interoperability
P-19 Mitsunae Fujita,
Takayoshi Kasugai,
Akira Okada,
Junichi Kinugawa
New Welding Information System on Internet
P-20 Hua Ouyang An Integrated Web Resource for CERN's Ecosystem Data
P-21 Zbigniew Kierzkowski The Virtual Organization Environment Engineering
P-22 Li Jianhui Metadata Standard Research and Development for the Scientific Databases System
P-23 Hua Ouyang Enabling Collaborative Science Communities Through Data Interoperability
P-24 Rukasih Dardjat Data Base of Research, Science and Technology (dbriptek) in Indonesia
P-25 Shuyu Zhao Establishment and Role of the Database of Scientists and Engineers in CAS
P-26 A.Bensaid,
Z.Smahi,
T. Iftene
The use of the relative and absolute models to the calibration of Landsat TM data. Application to the semi-arid land of Laghouat (Algeria)
P-27 D. R. Yusupov Provision of the Operating Access to the Legal Information at the Libraries of the Institutions of Higher Education in Uzbekistan
P-28 Xinyue Huang,
Jun Shen,
Yongbin Zheng
Data Integration in a Data Acquisition System for Material Property Database
P-29 Mingyuan Huo,
Song Chen
The Computational Methodology of Multiple Data Analysis for Inorganic Origin Oil and Gas--A Case Study in Qiangtang Basin of Tibet
P-30 Xiao Yun Scientific Database and Its Application System of CAS
P-31 Conrad Sebego Ensuring sustainability access to data—value based approach
P-32 P.K. Sidhu,
N.K. Dhand
ADRES: An online reporting system for veterinary hospitals
P-33 N.K. Dhand PAU_Epi~AID: A relational database for epidemiological, clinical and laboratory data management
P-34 F. J. Smith New CODATA Journal
P-35 Douglas Hughes,
Jason Hyon,
Sanda Mandutianu,
Kathya Zamora
A Model for Live Mission Data Systems Using the OAIS Reference Model
P-36 Robert A. Dragoset,
Barry N. Taylor,
Michael J. McLay
Units Markup Language - An XML Schema for Scientific Units

 

Tuesday, 1 October

08:30 - 13:00

Registration

Keynote Speakers
08:45 - 10:30 Tuesday
Location: B&C

Chair: Gordon Wood, National Research Council Canada

08:45 - 10:30

Invited Keynote 3: Interoperability and Data Integration

Integrating Bioinformatics Data into Science: From Molecules to Biodiversity
Robert Robbins
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, WA, USA

Invited Keynote 4: Information Economics for Scientific and Technical Data

Economics of information services for scientific and technical data in the information age: The view from a national data center in Japan
Masamitsu Negishi
NII (National Institute of Informatics), Japan

10:30 - 11:00 Coffee

Invited Cross Disciplinary Session Speakers
11:00 - 13:00 Tuesday

Invited Speakers Theme 3: Interoperability and Data Integration
Location: Régence C

Chair: Robert Robbins

11:00

1. Interoperability in Geospatial Web Services
Jeff de La Beaujardiere
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA

2. Expanding Spatial Data Infrastructure Capabilities to Optimize Use and Sharing of Geographic Data: A Developing World Perspective
Harlan Onsrud, University of Maine, USA

3. Interoperability of Biological Data Resources
Hideaki Sugawara, National Institute of Genetics, Japan

4. The Open Archives Initiative: A low-barrier framework for interoperability
Carl Lagoze
Department of Computer Science, Cornell University, USA

Invited Speakers Theme 4: Information Economics for Scientific and Technical Data
Location: Régence B

Chair: Masanitsu Negishi

11:00

1. Legal Protection of Databases and Science in the "European Research Area": Economic Policy and IPR Practice in the Wake of the 1996 EC Directive
Paul A. David
Stanford University and All Souls College, Oxford

2. Studies on the Economic Impact of the Intellectual Property Protection of Non-Original Databases
Helga Tabuchi
Copyright Law Division, WIPO, Geneva, Switzerland

3. The Digital National Framework: Underpinning the Knowledge Economy
Keith Murray
Geographic Information Strategy, Ordinance Survey, UK

4. Borders in Cyberspace: Conflicting Public Sector Information Policies and their Economic Impacts
Peter Weiss
Strategic Planning and Policy Office, National Weather Service, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), USA

13:00 - 14:00 Lunch

CODATA 2015
14:00 - 16:00 Tuesday
Location: B&C

Chair: John Rodgers, Toth Information Systems, Canada

 

1. Scholarly Information Architecture
Paul Ginsparg
Cornell University, USA

2. The role of scientific data in a complex world
Werner Martienssen
Physikalisches Institut der Universitaet, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

3. Life Sciences Research in 2015
David Y. Thomas, Biochemistry Department, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

16:00 - 16:30 Coffee

Roundtable, Technical Demonstrations
16:30 - 18:30 Tuesday

Track II-D-1:
Roundtable Discussion on Preservation and Archiving of Scientific and Technical Data in Developing Countries

Location: Auditorium

Chair: William Anderson, Praxis101, Rye, NY, USA

 

Session Organizers: William Anderson, US National Committee for CODATA
Steve Rossouw, South African National Committee for CODATA
Liu Chuang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China
Paul F. Uhlir, US National Committee for CODATA

No prepared talks.

 

Track II-D-2:
Technical Demonstrations

Location: St Laurent

Chairs:
Richard Chinman, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO, USA and Robert S. Chen, CIESIN, Columbia University, USA

 

1. World Wide Web Mirroring Technology of the World Data Center System
David M. Clark, World Data Center Panel, NOAA/NESDIS, USA

2. Natural Language Knowledge Discovery: Cluster Grouping Optimization
Robert J. Watts, U.S. Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command, National Automotive Center, USA
Alan L. Porter, Search Technology, Inc. and Georgia Tech, USA
Donghua Zhu, Beijing Institute of Technology, China

3. ADRES: An online reporting system for veterinary hospitals
P.K. Sidhu and N.K. Dhand, Punjab Agricultural University, India

4. PAU_Epi~AID: A relational database for epidemiological, clinical and laboratory data management
N.K. Dhand, Punjab Agricultural University, India

5. Archiving Technology for Natural Resources and Environmental Data in Developing Countries, A Case Study in China
Wang Zhengxing, Chen Wenbo, Liu Chuang, Ding Xiaoqiang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

6. Delivering interdisciplinary spatial data online: The Ramsar Wetland Data Gateway
Greg Yetman and Robert S. Chen, Columbia University, USA

Poster Sessions [continued]
18:30 - 19:30 Tuesday
Location: Foyer

 

Poster Sessions [continued]
Poster abstracts

Public Lectures
19:30 - 21:30 Tuesday
Location: B&C

Chair: Michel Sabourin, Université de Montréal, Canada

19:30 - 20:30

Biodiversité - quelles sont les espèces, où se trouvent-elles?
Guy Baillargeon, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

Presentation is in French, English title is:
Biodiversity - what are the species, where are they?

20:30 - 21:30 Visualizations of Our Planet's Atmosphere, Land & Oceans
Fritz Hasler
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA

Wednesday, 2 October

08:30 - 13:00

Registration

Keynote Speakers
08:45 - 10:30 Wednesday
Location: B&C

Chair: Harlan Onsrud, University of Maine, USA

08:45 - 10:30

Invited Keynote 5: Emerging Tools and Techniques for Data Handling

Text Mining - the Technology to Convert Text into Knowledge?
Stan Matwin
School of Information Technology and Engineering, University of Ottawa, Canada

Invited Keynote 6: Ethics in the Creation and use of Scientific and Technical Data

Ethics in the Creation and Use of Scientific and Technical Data
M.G.K. Menon
Dr. Vikram Sarabhai Distinguished Professor of Department of Space and
President, LEAD, India

10:30 - 11:00 Coffee

Invited Cross Disciplinary Session Speakers
11:00 - 13:00 Wednesday

Invited Speakers Theme 5: Emerging Tools and Techniques for Data Handling
Location: Régence C

Chair: Stan Matwin

11:00

1. From GeoSpatial to BioSpatial: Managing Three-dimensional Structure Data in the Sciences
Xavier R. Lopez, Oracle Corporation

2. Benefits and Limitations of Mega-Analysis Illustrated Using the WAIS
John L. Horn, Department of Psychology, University of Southern California, USA
David Johnson, Building Engineering and Science Talent, USA

3. Publication, Retrieval and Exchange of Data: an Emerging Web-based Global Solution
Henry Kehiaian
Institut de Topologie et de Dynamique des Systèmes, Université Denis Diderot, France

4. Creating Knowledge from Computed Data for the Design of Materials
Erich Wimmer
Materials Design s.a.r.l., France and USA

Invited Speakers Theme 6: Ethics in the Creation and Use of Scientific and Technical Data
Location: Régence B

Chair: M.G.K. Menon

11:00

1. Ethics and Values Relating to Scientific & Technical Data:
Lessons from Chaos Theory
Joan E. Sieber, NSF

2. Understanding and improving comparative data on science and technology
Denise Lievesley, UNESCO Institute for Statistics

3. Ethics - An Engineers' View
Horst Kremers, Comp. Sci., Berlin, Germany

4. Ethics in Scientific and Technical Communication
Hemanthi Ranasinghe, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka

13:00 - 14:00 Lunch

Data Issues Within Scientific Specialties
14:00 - 16:00 Wednesday

Track III-C-1:
Materials Databases

Location: Les Courants

Chair: Huang Xinyue

 

1. Molten Salt Database Project: Building Information and Predicting Properties
Marcelle Gaune-Escard, Ecole Polytechnique, France

2. Development of Knowledge Base System Linked to Material Database
Yoshiyuki Kaji, Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute (JAERI), Japan
Hirokazu Tsuji, Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute (JAERI), Japan
Mitsutane Fujita and Junichi Kinugawa, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
Kenji Yoshida and Kazuki Shimura, Japan Science and Technology Corporation, Japan
Shinichi Mashiko and Shunichi Miyagawa, Japan Nuclear Cycle Development Institute, Japan
Shuichi Iwata, University of Tokyo, Japan

3. Activity on Materials Databases in the Society of Materials Science, Japan
Tatsuo Sakai, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
Izuru Nishikawa, Osaka University, Japan
Atsushi Sugeta, Osaka University, Japan
Toshio Shuto, Mitsubishi Research Institute Inc., Japan
Masao Sakane, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
Tatsuo Inoue, Kyoto University Sakyo-ku, Japan

4. Role of MITS-NIMS to Development of Materials database
Y. Xu, J. Kinugawa and K. Yagi, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan

Track III-C-2:
Proteome Database
Location: Régence B

Chair: Akira Tsugita, Proteomics Research Laboratory, Tsukuba, Japan

 

1. A Proteomic Approach to the Study of Cancer
Julio E Celis, Institute of Cancer Biology, Danish Cancer Society and Danish Centre for Human Genome Research, Denmark

2. A Proposition of XML Format for Proteomics Database
Kenichi Kamijo, T. Yamazaki and A. Tsugita, Proteomics Reseach Center, NEC Corporation, Japan

3. Proteomics : An Important Post-genomic Tool for Understanding Gene Function
Richard J. Simpson, L. M. Connolly, D. F. Frecklington, H. Ji, G. E. Reid, M. J. Layton, and R. L. Moritz, Joint ProteomicS Laboratory (JPSL), Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research and Walter & Eliza Hall Institute for Medical Research, Melbourne, Australia

4. Human Kidney Glomerulus Proteome and proposition of a method for native protein profiling
Akira Tsugita, K. Miyazaki, Y. Yoshida and T. Yamamoto, NEC Proteomics Reseach Center and Niigata Univ. Medical Faculty, Japan

Track III-C-3:
Earth and Environmental Data

Location: St Laurent

Chair: Liu Chuang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China

 

1. Interactive Information System for Irrigation Management
Md Shahriar Pervez, International Water Management Institute, Sri Lanka
Mohammad Ahmadul Hoque, Surface Water Modelling Centre, Bangladesh

2. Results of a Workshop on Scientific Data for Decision Making Toward Sustainable Development: Senegal River Basin Case Study
Paul F. Uhlir, U.S. National Committee for CODATA, National Research Council, USA
Abdoulaye Gaye, Senegalese National Committee for CODATA, Senegal
Julie Esanu, U.S. National Committee for CODATA, National Research Council, USA

3. Study on Spatial Databases of Chinese Ecosystems
Yue Yan-zhen, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

4. Development of the Global Map: National and Cross-National Coordination
Robert A. O'Neil, Natural Resources Canada, Ottawa, Canada

Track III-C-4:
Attaining Data Interoperabilty
Location: Régence C

Chair: Richard Chinman, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO, USA

 

1. Interoperability in a Distributed, Heterogeneous Data Environment: The OPeNDAP Example
Peter Cornillon, Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island, USA

2. Interoperable data delivery in solar-terrestrial applications: adopting and evolving OpENDAP
Peter Fox, Jose Garcia, Patrick West, National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA

3. The Earth System Grid: Turning Climate Datasets Into Community Resources
Don Middleton, NCAR, Boulder, CO, USA
Ethan Alpert, NCAR, Boulder, CO, USA
David Bernholdt, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA
David Brown, NCAR, Boulder, CO, USA
Kasidit Chancio, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA
Ann Chervenak, USC/ISI, Marina del Ray, CA, USA
Luca Cinquini, NCAR, Boulder, CO, USA
Bob Drach, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA, USA
Ian Foster, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL, USA
Peter Fox, NCAR, Boulder, CO, USA
Jose Garcia, NCAR, Boulder, CO, USA
Carl Kesselman, USC/ISI, Marina del Ray, CA, USA
Veronika Nefedova, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL, USA
Line Pouchard, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA
Arie Shoshani, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, USA
Alex Sim, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, USA
Gary Strand, NCAR, Boulder, CO, USA
Dean Williams, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA, USA

4. Geoscientific Data Amalgamation: A Computer Science Approach
N. L. Mohan, Osmania University, India

5. The US National Virtual Observatory: Developing Information Infrastructure in Astronomy
D. De Young, National Optical Astronomy Observatory, USA
A. Szalay, Johns Hopkins Univ, USA
R. Hanisch, Space Telescope Science Inst, USA
G. Helou, Cal Tech/IPAC, USA
R. Moore, San Diego Supercomputer Center, USA
E. Schreier, Space Telescope Science Inst, USA
R. Williams, Cal Tech/CACR, USA

 

Track III-C-5:
Emerging tools and techniques for data handling in developing countries
Location: Auditorium

Chair: Julia Royall, Chief, International Programs, and Director, Malaria Research Telecommunications Network, for the National Library of Medicine, USA

 

1. Field Data Collection for the Malaria Research Network in Kenya
Allen Hightower, Centers for Disease Control, USA

2. Eye witness account: the role of IT and data management in expansion and change at a remote research unit in Kenya
Tom Oluoch, KEMRI-Wellcome Trust, Kenya

3. CDC in Zimbabwe: strengthening regional surveillance and laboratory measures, supporting infrastructure development and promoting technology transfer
Robert Mayes, CDC AIDS Program, Zimbabwe

4. Complex Data From Health Research
Themba Mohoto, Reproductive Research Unit, Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital, Soweto

Track III-C-6:
Data Centers

Location: St Charles

Chair: David Clark, NOAA National Geophysical Data Center, USA

 

1. CODATA in Africa "The Nigeran Data Program"
Kingsley Oise Momodu, Chairman CODATA Nigeria, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Benin, Nigeria

2. The 'Centre de Données de la Physique des Plasmas' (CDPP, Plasma Physics Data Centre), a new generation of Data Centre
M. Nonon-Latapie, C.C. Harvey, Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales, France

3. A Space Physics Archive Search Engine (SPASE) for Data Finding, Comparison, and Retrieval
James R. Thieman, National Space Science Data Center, NASA/GSFC, USA
Stephen Hughes and Daniel Crichton, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA

16:00 - 16:30 Coffee

Data Issues Within Scientific Specialties
16:30 - 18:30 Wednesday

Track III-D-1:
Physical/Chemical Data Issues
Location: St Laurent

Chair: Marcelle Gaune-Escard, Ecole Polytechnique, France

 

1. Thermodynamic Properties and Equations of State at High Energy Densities
V. E. Fortov, Institute for High Energy Densities, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

2. Internet Chemical Directory ChIN Helps Access to Variety of Chemical - Databases on Internet
Li Xiaoxia, Institute of Process Engineering (formerly Institute of Chemical Metallurgy), Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Li Guo, Hongwei Yang, Fengguang Nie, Zhangyuan Yang & Zhihong Xu

3. Graph-Theoretical Concepts and Physicochemical Data
Lionello Pogliani, Dipartimento di Chimica, Università della Calabria, Italy

4. Progress in the Development of Combustion Kinetics Databases for Liquid Fuels
Wing Tsang, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA

5. Database of Geochemical Kinetics of Minerals and Rocks
Ronghua Zhang, Shumin Hu, Xuetong Zhang and Yong Wang
Open Research Laboratory of Geochemical Kinetics, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences, Institute of Mineral Resources, China

Track III-D-2:
Genetic Data Issues
Location: Les Courants

Chair: H. Sugawara

 

1. Genetic diversity in food legumes of Pakistan as revealed through characterization, evaluation and biochemical markers
Abdul Ghafoor and Asif Javaid, Plant Genetic Resources Institute, National Agricultural Research Center, Islamabad, Pakistan

2. Visualization and Correction of Prokaryotic Taxonomy Using Techniques from Exploratory Data Analysis
T. G. Lilburn, American Type Culture Collection, USA
G. M. Garrity, Bergey’s Manual Trust and Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, Michigan State University, USA

3. Towards T-cell Epitope Design
Pandjassarame Kangueane, Meena K Sakharkar, Liew K. Meow, Nanyang Centre for Supercomputing and Visualisation, MPE, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

4. Intronless Genes in Eukaryotes
Meena Kishore Sakharkar and Pandjassarame Kangueane, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Track III-D-4:
The Use of Artificial Intelligence and Telematics in Environmental and Earth Sciences

Location: Auditorium

Chairs: Jacques-Octave Dubois, France and Alexei Gvishiani, Russia

 

1. Application de l'Intelligence Artificielle et Télématique dans les Sciences de la Terre et de l'Environnement
Jacques-Octave Dubois, France and Alexei Gvishiani, Russia

2. The Environmental Scenario Generator (ESG) a Distributed Environmental Data Mining Tool
Eric A. Kihn, NOAA/NGDC, Boulder, CO, USA
Dr. Mikhail Zhizhin, RAS/CGDS, Moscow, Russia

3. Satellite Imagery As a Multi-Disciplinary Tool for Environmental Applications
Herbert W. Kroehl, NOAA/NGDC, USA
Eric A. Kihn, NOAA/NGDC, USA
Alexei Gvishiani, RAS/CGDS, Russia
Mikhail N. Zhizhin, RAS/CGDS, Russia

4. Development of the Space Physics Interactive Data Resource- II (SPIDR II) Experiences Working in a Virtual Laboratory Environment
Eric A. Kihn, NOAA/NGDC, USA
Mikhail Zhizhin, RAS/CGDS, Russia
Alexei Gvishiani, RAS/CGDS, Russia
Herbert W. Kroehl, NOAA/NGDC, USA

5. An Automatic Analysis of Long Geoelectromagnetic Time Series: Determination of the Volcanic Activity Precursors
J. Zlotnicki, Observatorie de Physique du Globe de Clermont-Ferrand, France
J-L. LeMouel, Director of the department of Geomagnetism, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, France
S.Agayan, Center of Geophysical Data Studies and Telematics Applications IPE RAS, Russia
Sh. Bogoutdinov, Center of Geophysical Data Studies and Telematics Applications IPE RAS, Russia
A. Gvishiani, Director of the Center of Geophysical Data Studies and Telematics Applications, IPE RAS, Russia
V. Mikhailov, Institute for the Physics of the Earth RAS, Russia
S. Tikhotsky, Institute for the Physics of the Earth RAS, Russia

6. Application of telematics approaches for solving the problems of distributed environmental monitoring
M. Zgurovsky, A. Novikov, National Technical University of Ukraine, Kiev Polytechnic Institute

Track III-D-5:
Information Management Systems
Location: Régence B

Chair: Glen Newton, CISTI, National Research Council of Canada, Canada

 

1. Informatics Based Design Of Materials
Krishna Rajan, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA

2. XML-Based Factual Databases: A Case Study of Insect and Terrestrial Arthropod Animals
Taehee Kim Ph.D., School of Multimedia Engineering, Youngsan University, South Korea
Kang-Hyuk Lee, Ph.D., Department of Multimedia Engineering, Tongmyung University of Information Technology, South Korea

3. A comprehensive and efficient "OAIS compliant" data center based on standardized XML technologies
Thierry Levoir and Marco Freschi, Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales, France

4. XML-based Metadata Management for INPA's Biological Data
J. L. Campos dos Santos, International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation - ITC, The Netherlands and The National Institute for Amazon Research - INPA, Brazil
R. A. de By, International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation - ITC, The Netherlands

5. Incorporation of Meta-Data in Content Management & e-Learning
Horst Bögel, Robert Spiske and Thurid Moenke, Department of Chemistry of the Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany


Track III-D-6:
Données & Santé : utilisations et enjeux
(Data and Health: Usage and Issues
)
Location: St Charles

Chair: Daniel Laurent, Université MLV, France ; Jean-Pierre Caliste UTC, France

 

2. The planning and management of emergency treatment in Catalonia, by means of a specific information system
Tort I Bardolet (Jaume), Generalitat de Catalunya, CatSalut, Barcelona, Spain

3. Etude d'un système d'aide à la gestion de l'information dans la santé —Appliqué au domaine cardiovasculaire
Elisabeth Scarbonchi, Daniel Laurent, Christian Recchia, Université de Marne-la-Vallée, Institut Francilien d'Ingénierie des Services (I.F.I.S.), France

4. Données et santé : propriété, accès, protection, transmission. Les enjeux des réseaux de santé
Christian Bourret, Université de Marne-la-Vallée, France
Serge Chambaud, Institut National de la Propriété Industrielle (I.N.P.I.), France
Elisabeth Scarbonchi, Université de Marne-la-Vallée, France
Daniel Laurent, Université de Marne-la-Vallée, France

5. Les réseaux de santé : une expérimentation française centrée sur le partage de l'information
Gabriella Salzano, Université de Marne-la-Vallée, France
Christian Bourret, Université de Marne-la-Vallée, France
Jean-Pierre Caliste, Université de Technologie de Compiègne (UTC), France
Daniel Laurent, Université de Marne-la-Vallée, France

CODATA Prize Award
and
CODATA Banquet
19:00 - 21:00 Wednesday


19:00 - 20:00

20:00


CODATA Prize Award
(Location: Régence C)

CODATA Banquet (Location: Régence A)

Thursday, 3 October

08:30 - 09:30

Registration

Data Issues Within Scientific Specialties
08:30 - 10:00 Thursday

Track IV-A-1:
Current Trends and Challenges in Development of Engineering Materials Databases
Location: Régence C

Chair: Aleksandr Jovanovic, MPA Stuttgart, Germany

 

1. Development of a Large System of Clustered Engineering Databases for Risk-Based Life Management
A. S. Jovanovic, MPA Stuttgart

2. Open Corrosion Expertise Access Network
W.F. Bogaerts, University of Leuven - Materials Information Processing & Corrosion Engineering Labs, Belgium
H.A. Arents, Information Architects group, Flemish Regional Government, Belgium
J.H. Zheng, University of Leuven - Materials Information Processing & Corrosion Engineering Labs, Belgium
J. Hubrecht, University of Leuven - Materials Information Processing & Corrosion Engineering Labs, Belgium

R. Cottis, UMIST - Corrosion and Protection Centre, UK

3. Use of Database Technology for Saving and Rescuing of Perishing Engineering Data and Information In Eastern Europe
L. Tóth, Bay Zoltán Institute for Logistics and Production Systems, Hungary

4. The Background and Development of MatML, a Markup Language for Materials Property Data
E.F. Begley and Charles Sturrock, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA

Track IV-A-2: (NOTE: This track begins at 0815)
Biodiversity II

Location: Les Courants

Chair: Ji Liqiang, Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

 

1. Shell Biodiversity Using Animation Technology
Sung-Soo Hong, Hoseo University, Korea
Bu-Young Ahn, Kye-Jun Lee and Ji-Young Kim, Bio-Resources Informatics Department, Korea

2. Building the Frog Contents System Using an Animation Technology
Sung-Soo Hong, Hoseo University, Korea
Bu-Young Ahn, Korea Institute of Science & Technology Information, Korea

3. Biodiversity of Autotrophic Cryptogams in Antarctica
Asif Javaid, Abdul Ghafoor and Rashid Anwar, Plant Genetic Resources Institute, National Agricultural Research Center, Islamabad, Pakistan

4. Automatic Mapping and Monitoring of Invasive Alien Plant Species, the South African Experience
J. M. K. Kandeh, J. L. Campos dos Santos and L. Kumar, International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation, The Netherlands

5. An Introduction of Chinese Biodiversity Information System

Ji Liqiang, Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

6. Biodiversity Issues in Taiwan
Shang-Shyng Yang and Jong-Ching Su, National Committee for CODATA/Taiwan and Department of Agricultural Chemistry, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

Track IV-A-3:
Spatial Data Issues

Location: St Laurent

Chair: Harlan Onsrud, University of Maine, USA

 

1. Spatio-Temporal Database Support for Long-Range Scientific Data
Martin Breunig, Institute of Environmental Sciences, University of Vechta, Germany
Serge Shumilov, Institute of Computer Science III, University of Bonn, Germany

2. Web Visualization for Spatio-Temporal Referenced Multimedia Data
Paule-Annick Davoine and Hervé Martin, Laboratoire LSR-IMAG, Equipe SIGMA, France

Track IV-A-4:
Confidentiality Preservation Techniques in the Behavioral, Medical and Social Sciences

Location: Auditorium

Chairs: D. Johnson, Building Engineering and Science Talent, San Diego, CA, USA
John L. Horn, Department of Psychology, University of Southern California, USA
Julie Kaneshiro, National Institutes of Health, USA
Kurt Pawlik, Psychologisches Institut I, Universitšt Hamburg, Germany
Michel Sabourin, Université de Montréal, Canada

 

1. Issues in Accessing and Sharing Confidential Survey and Social Science Data
Virginia A. de Wolf, USA


2. Contemporary Statistical Techniques for Closing the "Confidentiality Gap" in Behavioral Science Research
John L. Horn, Department of Psychology, University of Southern California, USA

3. NASA Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS)
Linda J. Connell, NASA Ames Research Center, USA

Track IV-A-5:
Information Infrastructure for Science and Technology

Location: Régence B

Chair: Horst Kremers, Eng., Comp. Sci., Berlin, Germany

 

1. Exchange Of Heterogeneous Information Concepts And Systems
Hélène Bestougeff, CODATA - France
Jacques-Emile Dubois, ITODYS, Université de Paris VII - France and Past-President, CODATA

2. Information Infrastructure: The Dynamic Mosaic
Horst Kremers, Eng., Comp. Sci., Berlin, Germany

3. Cooperative Canadian/US Project: An Experiment in Sharing Geospatial Data Cross-Border
Milo Robinson, US Federal Geographic Data Committee, USA
Marc Lemaire, Natural Resources Canada, Canada

4. Current Trends in the Global Spatial Data Infrastructure: Evolution from National to Global Focus
Alan R. Stevens, Global Spatial Data Infrastructure (GSDI) Secretariat, USA

Track IV-A-6:
Application 2D et 3D de systèmes SIG. Transopérabilité de gestion intégrée de bases à composantes cartographiques
(2D and 3D Applications of GIS Systems: Interoperability of Integrated Cartographic Database Management)

Location: St Charles

Chairs: Jacques Segoufin, Institut de Physique du Globe, Paris, France et
Alexei Novikov, National Technical University of Ukraine, Kiev Polytechnic Institute, Ukraine

 

1. Application of methods of space-distributed systems modeling in ecology
M. Zgurovsky, Alexei Novikov, National Technical University of Ukraine, Kiev Polytechnic Institute

2. Une mission géographique et ethnopharmacologique sur les plantes toxiques de l'Ile Maurice
A. Fakim-Gurib, Université de l'Ile Maurice
P. van Brandt, Université catholique de Louvain Bruxelles Belgique

3. Carte structurale de l'océan indien
J. Segoufin, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, France

4. Passerelle d'information sur les collections, spécimens et observations biologiques (ICSOB)
Guy Baillargeon, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

10:00 - 10:30 Coffee

Data Issues Within Scientific Specialties
10:30 - 12:00 Thursday

Track IV-B-1:
Toward Interoperable Materials Data Systems
Location: Régence C

Chair: Yoshio Monma, Kochi University of Technology, Japan

 

1. Requirements for Access to Technical Data -- An Industrial Perspective
Timothy M. King, LSC Group, Tamworth, UK

2. The Platform System for Federation of Materials' Data by Use of XML

Toshio Shuto, Yutaka Oyatsu, Kohmei Halada, and Hiroshi Yoshizu, Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc., Japan

3. XML data-description for data-sharing of material databases
Kohmei Halada, Director of Ecomaterials Center, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
Hiroshi Yoshizu, Ecomaterilas Center, National Institute for Materials Science, Japan
Toshio Shuto, Science and Technology Research Division, Mitsubishi Research Institute, Japan
Yoshio Monma, Kochi University of Technology, Japan

4. A Prototyping of Interoperable System for Data Evaluation of Creep and Fatigue Data
Tetsuya Tsujikami, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Ryukoku University, Japan
Hiroshi Fujiwara, Dept. of Environmental Systems Engineering, Kochi University of Technology, Japan
Yoshio Monma, Dept. of Environmental Systems Engineering, Kochi University of Technology, Japan
Takeshi Horikawa, Professor and Vice President, Ryukoku University, Japan

Track IV-B-2:
Bioinformatics

Location: Régence B

Chair: Takashi Kunisawa, Science University of Tokyo, Japan

 


1. Unweaving regulatory networks: automated extraction from literature and statistical analysis
Andrey Rzhetsky, Columbia Genome Center, Columbia University, USA

2. Genome rearrangements in the clinic and in evolution
David Sankoff, Centre de recherches mathematiques, Université de Montréal, Canada

3. PIR Integrated Databases And Data-Mining Tools For Genomic And Proteomic Research
Zhang-Zhi Hu, Winona C. Barker and Cathy H. Wu, Protein Information Resource, National Biomedical Research Foundation, Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC, USA

4. Extraction of Phylogenetic Information from Gene Order Data
Takashi Kunisawa, Science University of Tokyo, Japan

Track IV-B-3:
Data Portals

Location: Les Courants

 

1. Information Society Technologies Promotion for New Independent States
A.D. Gvishiani, Director of the Center of Geophysical Data Studies and Telematics Applications IPE RAS, Russia
J. Babot, Head of the E Work Sector in European Commission, Belguim
J.Bonnin, Institut de Physique du Globe de Strasbourg, France

2. Data, Information, and Knowledge Management of a Solar UV Data Network for Coating Materials
Lawrence J. Kaetzel, K-Systems, Prescott, Arizona, USA and
Jonathan W. Martin, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD, USA

 

Track IV-B-4:
Emerging Concepts of Data-Information-Knowledge Sharing
Location: St Charles

Chairs: Henri Dou, Université Aix Marseille III, Marseille, France, and
Clément Paoli, Université of Marne la Vallée UMLV, Champ sur Marne, France

 

1. Data Integration and Knowledge Discovery in Biomedical Databases. A Case Study
Arnold Mitnitski, Department of Medicine, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada
Alexander Mogilner, Montreal, Canada
Chris MacKnight, Division of Geriatric Medicine, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada
Kenneth Rockwood, Division of Geriatric Medicine, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada.

2. A Framework for Semantic Context Representation of Multimedia Resources
Weihong Huang , Yannick Prié , Pierre-Antoine Champin, Alain Mille, LISI, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, France

3. Passer de la représentation du présent à la vision prospective du futur - Du Technology Forecast au Technology Foresight
Henri Dou, CRRM, Université Aix Marseille III, Centre Scientifique de Saint Jérôme, France
Jin Zhouiyng, Institute of Techno-Economics, Chinese Academy of Social Science (CASS), China

4. Mise en place d'un système dynamique et interactif de gestion d'activité et de connaissances d'un laboratoire
Mylène Leitzelman : Intelligence Process SAS, France
Valérie Léveillé : Case 422 Centre Scientifique de Saint-Jérôme, France
Jacky Kister : UMR 6171 S.C.C - Faculté des Sciences et Techniques de St Jérôme, France

5. La dimension éthique de la relation pédagogique dans la formation à distance
M. Lebreton, C. Riffaut, H. Dou, Faculté des sciences et techniques de Marseille Saint-Jérôme (CRRM), France

Track IV-B-5:
Seismic Data Issues

Location: St Laurent

Chair: A. Gvishiani, Director of the Center of Geophysical Data Studies and Telematics Applications IPE RAS, Russia

 

1. Clustering of Geophysical Data by New Fuzzy Logic Based Algorithms
S.Agayan, Center of Geophysical Data Studies and Telematics Applications IPE RAS, Russia
Sh. Bogoutdinov, Center of Geophysical Data Studies and Telematics Applications IPE RAS, Russia
A. Gvishiani, Director of the Center of Geophysical Data Studies and Telematics Applications IPE RAS, Russia
M. Diament, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP), France
V.Mikhailov, Institute for the Physics of the Earth RAS, Russia
C. Widiwijayanti, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP), France

2. Artificial Intelligence Methods in the Analysis of Large Geophysical Data Bases
A. Gvishiani, Director of the Center of Geophysical Data Studies and Telematics Applications IPE RAS, Russia
J.Bonnin, Institut de Physique du Globe de Strasbourg, France

3. Geo- Environmental Assessment of Flash Flood Hazard of the Safaga Terrain, Egypt, Using Remote Sensing Imagary
Maged L. El Rakaiby, Nuclear Materials Authority, Egypt
Mohamed N. Hegazy, National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences, Egypt
Menas Kafatos, Center for Earth Observing and Space Research, GMU, USA

4. On the Modeling of Fast Variations of the Mode of Deformation of Lithospheric Plates
M. Diament, Organization Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP), France
Dubois J.-O., Organization Institut de Physique du Globe (IPGP), France
Kedrov E., Center of Center of Geophysical Data Studies and Telematics Applications IPE RAS, Russia
M. Kovalenko, The State Research Institute of Aviation Systems, Russia
Mikhailov V., Institute for the Physics of the Earth RAS, Russia
Murakami Yu., Geological Siurvey of Japan, Japan

5. New Mathematical Approach to Seismotectonic Data Studies
M. Kovalenko and N. Tsybin, State Research Institute of Aviation Systems, Russia
Yu. Rebetsky, Institute of Physics of the Earth, Russia
Yu. Murakami, Geological Survey of Japan, Japan

Track IV-B-6:
Advances in Handling Physico-Chemical Data in the Internet Era (Part 2)
Location: Auditorium

Chairs: William Haynes and Peter Linstrom, National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA

 

1. Materials Data on the Internet
J. H. Westbrook, Brookline Technologies, NY, USA

2. Physicochemical data in Landolt-Börnstein Online
R. Poerschke, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany

3. Expressing Measurements and Chemical Systems for Physical Property Data
Peter Linstrom, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD, USA

Overview and Grand Challenges
12:00 - 13:00 Thursday
Location: Régence C

Chair: Fedor Kuznetzov, Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Novosibirsk, Russia

Preserving Scientific Data: Supporting Discovery into the Future
John Rumble, CODATA President

Closing Remarks
Harlan Onsrud, Conference Co-Chair and Chair of the U.S. National Committee for CODATA

 

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