Data Integrity Conference

Day One

Thursday | 2 June 2016


University of Colorado Student Commons Building | Room 2600
(Beverages and snacks are included in the cost of registration. 
Lunch is on your own.)


Schedule is subject to change.

8:45 am - 9:00 am | Introduction

9:00 am - 10:00 am | KEYNOTEDr. Chaitan Baru
Harnessing the Data Revolution: A Perspective from the National Science Foundation

This talk will introduce NSF's vision for moving beyond isolated standalone approaches for data science, services, and infrastructure, towards a cohesive, federated, national-scale approach that will harness the data revolution and transform US science, engineering, and education over the next decade and beyond.

10:00 am -10:15 am | Break

10:15 am - 11:00 am | Dr. Luke Barrington
Crowdsourcing the World: Solving Real-World Problems with Data from the Crowd

11:00 am - 11:45 am | Dr. Rebecca Davies
Show me the data: A strategy for supporting sound science using Research Quality Assurance Best Practices

11:45 am -1:15 pm | Lunch

1:15 pm - 2:00 pm | Dr. Rick Slayden
A Biologist's Perspective on Data Integrity and Preservation

2:00 pm - 2:45 pm | Dr. Tracy Teal
The Life Changing Magic of Tidy Data

2:45 pm - 3:00 pm | Break

3:00 pm - 3:45 pm | Dr. Jackie Wirz
A Brief History of Unicorn Husbandry and other Magical Wonders: Data and the Library

3:45 pm - 4:30 pm | Denise Hawkins and Stacey Schipper
The City and County of Denver’s Approach to Actionable Intelligence with Data

5:00 pm | Networking & Beer
Tivoli Brewery and Tap Room, 900 Auraria Parkway, Suite 240

 

Day Two

Friday | 3 June 2016


Lawrence Street Center | Terrace Room
(Beverages and snacks are included in the cost of registration.
Lunch is on your own.)


Schedule is subject to change.

8:45 am - 9:00 am | Introduction

9:00 am -10:00 am | KEYNOTE | Bonnie Tijerina
The Ecosystem of Ethics & Support of Big Data Research

Research involving data has gotten more complicated in recent years. With corporate, governmental, and other externally collected sources of data on human behavior increasingly available as well as new concerns about collecting online data such as social media data, issues of privacy, ethics, and equitable access to data are popping up that technical researchers are not trained to manage.  Systems currently in existence to help researchers navigate ethical concerns and new and emerging mandates can help with parts of the puzzle, yet many of the complex questions and tradeoffs are not best addressed by existing protocols.

To surface emerging issues and potential support systems on university campuses, a team at Data & Society Research Institute interviewed computer science researchers, data scientists, graduate students, and librarians. They also mapped funder mandates, IRB trainings, and existing policies and protocols at professional associations. Bonnie Tijerina will talk about this project and broader issues of privacy and ethics emerging in other disciplines with the increased use of big data.

10:00 am -10:15 am | Break

10:15 am - 11:00 am | Dr. Ben Busby
Making the Transition from Sharing Data to Sharing Knowledge

11:00 am - 11:45 | Dr. Thomas Hauser
Opportunities and Challenges of Data Sharing in an Academic Research Computing Environment

11:45 am -1:15 pm | Lunch

1:15 pm - 3:00 pm | Lightning Talks
Rachel Zucker | Public Health Monitoring and Research: Experience with Electronic Health Record Data
Mary Allen | A key to unlocking the function of non-coding variations in disease: Data Sharing nascent transcription reanalysis
Josh Young | Facilitating the Use of a 21st Century Resource: A New Application for an Old Model
Dorcie Jasperse | The Clinical Auditor’s Perspective: To Err is Human
Gregg Gazvoda | Digital Fingerprints: Implementing Algorithms as Technical Controls
Donald Tobin | Recovering Data Integrity After a Destructive Malware Attack

3:00 pm - 3:15 pm | Break

3:15 pm - 4:00 pm | Dr. Tzu Phang
Sharing clinical data: The view from the Colorado Center for Personalized Medicine

4:00 pm - 4:45 pm | Dr. Scott Denning
Collaborative Data Sharing in Climate Science: Acknowledgement, Transparency, and Provenance 

4:45 pm - 5:00 pm | Closing Remarks