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  • CHARME is supported by the EU Framework Programme Horizon 2020 COST Action Ca15110

    CHARME - Harmonising standardisation strategies to increase efficiency and competitiveness of European life science research

    Combined CHARME, EMBnet, NETTAB 2016 Workshop

    COST Action CA15110

    Domenica D’Elia

  • CHARME is supported by the EU Framework Programme Horizon 2020 COST Action Ca15110

    - WHAT

    - WHY

    - HOW

    THE CHARME ACTION

  • The COST Action CA15110 is supported by the EU Framework Programme Horizon 2020

    About COST Mission “COST aims to enable breakthrough scientific developments leading to new concepts and products. It thereby contributes to strengthening Europe’s research and innovation capacities“

    To achieve its mission, COST endeavors to:

    - Build capacity by connecting high-quality scientific communities in Europe and worldwide

    - Provide networking opportunities

    - Increase research impact on policy makers, regulatory bodies and national decision makers as well as on the private sector

    The longest-running European framework for “European Cooperation in Science and Technology”

  • The COST Action CA15110 is supported by the EU Framework Programme Horizon 2020

    CHARME

    Countries

    March 2016 - April 2020

    Supporters at proposal stage:  In total 64 supporters  23 EU countries  13 associated non-EU countries

    Current status:  28 countries signed for CHARME  2 pending for signature

  • The COST Action CA15110 is supported by the EU Framework Programme Horizon 2020

    Why CHARME ?

  • The COST Action CA15110 is supported by the EU Framework Programme Horizon 2020

    Problem of current life science research

    - 80-90% of the research data are not re-usable or accessible [1]

    - There is a crisis in data reproducibility [2]

    Reasons: Data are not shared via (public) repositories Appropriate metadata missing Information missing about experiments Data formats are not appropriate

    1) DFG, German Research Foundation evaluation 2) Nature’s survey on reproducibility in research (Bakern M, Nature (533) (2016): 452-454

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    Problem of current life science research

     Standardisation Initiatives & Organisations are currently working largely independently from each other

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    Problem of current life science research

     The available tools and legislation on standards and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) are still not:

    - Sufficiently comprehensive - Efficient - Harmonised - Adopted by the communities

  • F A I R

    Modelling Data Integration

    Visualisation

    Data generation -

    Raw data

    Paper

    Plattforms

    Analysis

    Repositories

    LARGE SCALE

    SMALL SCALE

    SEEK OPENAIR

    SOURCE DATA

    PC, HOME SERVER INSTITUTIONAL SERVER

    PUBLIC SERVER, CLOUDES

    EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN, STATISTIC

    MINIMAL SOP‘S

    EDUCATION FUNDER

    INDUSTRY

    FUNDER

    EDUCATION

    EDUCATION INDUSTRY

    S Y S T E M S L E V E L

    EDUCATION

    SOP‘SSOP‘S

    Training

    Training

    SOP‘S

    FORMATS? FORMATS?

    FORMATS ?

    FORMATS?

    FUNDER

    TrainingS T O R A G E L E V E L

    A N A LY S I S & P U B L I C A T I O N L E V E L

    Training Exploitation

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    Needs and requirements along the pipeline of acquisition of data to (re)use

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    Destination of data

    We need to consider what are potential destinations of our data

    Repositories and Platforms e.g. SEEK, OpenAIRE, Data Journals

    Systems Biology approaches Integration and modeling

    Publications / Journals

    …and need to identify (minimal) requirements for respective standards and formats

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    Where do we come from?

    CHARME is based on the work and outcomes of different European Initiatives (among others)

  • The COST Action CA15110 is supported by the EU Framework Programme Horizon 2020

    AIM & primary objectives

    CHARME aims to bridge and combine the fragmented areas of the of various moves in the development of new norms and standards to achieve a breakthrough in standardisation efforts.

    CHARME will identify needs and gaps, teaming up with other initiatives and organisations to avoid duplication and overlap of standardisation activities.

    CHARME will develop a common, coordinated, long-term strategy, by active involvement of all stakeholders (from research, industry and policy), to successfully assimilate standards into the daily work-flow.

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    WG 1 Community / Platform building

    Building a network of experts from academia and industry

    WG 2 Innovation and technology transfer

    Development of an Action Plan for quality manage- ment and standardization

    WG 3 Implementation

    Design, implementation, and incorporation of software solutions

    WG 4 Dissemination & Exploitation

    Development of a coherent implementation strategy

    WG 5 Education

    Knowledge transfer into educational purposes

    Management

    5 interacting Working Groups

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     to involve the bioinformatics community

     know each other

     exchange ideas

     involve in CHARME those of you that would be happy to join and collaborate

    Aims of CHARME in this workshop

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    Contacts:

    Dr Susanne Hollmann – Coordinatorof CHARME ([email protected])

    DrErik Bongcam-Rudloff* – Vice-Coordinatorof CHARME ([email protected])

    Prof Osman Ugur Sezerman – WG 1 Lead ([email protected])

    Dr Andreas Kremer – WG 2 Lead (mailto:[email protected])

    Prof Chris Evelo* – WG 3 Lead (mailto:[email protected])

    DrDomenica D'Elia* – WG 4 Lead ([email protected])

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    First Management Committee Meeting Brussels, Belgium, 21/03/2016

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