The Euro Student Chapter is offering: Basic conditions, availability, and the value  of open data in comparison

May 19-20, 2017; Bonn, Germany
At the Open Southeast Asia’s Data Civil Society,  Southeast Asia

In this workshop, we will bring together ideas and best practice examples of open data projects with an impact on the society, government or business. Open data is a global trend but differences exist in its implementation and use. Accordingly, we are going to compare how open data is made available in South East Asia and in Germany and try to answer the following questions together with the attendees:

  • What are the basic conditions in Southeast Asia and Germany to make open data available?
  • How is the access to open data provided in Southeast Asia and Germany?
  • What is the value added of open data in Southeast Asia and Germany?

Participants can share their experience according to their regional backgrounds or experience with different regions. Finally, the exchange may help us to understand why some projects are successful and others fail.

Who we are:

Dr. Agnes Mainka

I am a researcher at the Department of Information Science at the Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf, Germany. My research interests are smart cities, social media, libraries and open government. As a lecturer, I am working together with students on Open Data projects. Further, I am an active member of the OK Lab Düsseldorf and participate in open government activities together with OKNRW. Within the ASIS&T community, I am bridging information science with open data, open government and open innovation.

Dr. Tobias Siebenlist

I am a researcher at the Department of Information Science at the Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf, Germany. My main research interests are (emotional) information retrieval, natural language processing and digital humanities. As a lecturer I focus on developing software projects with undergraduate and graduate students.

Further, ASIS&T is sponsoring one coffee break where flyers and a poster of ASIS&T will be available. Interested persons can get in contact with Agnes to learn more about ASIS&T and the European Chapter.

Learn more about the workshop and register now!