Who will win the Dutch Data Prize 2018?
This year, for the fifth time, the Dutch Data Prize will be awarded for a scientist or research group that has made an extraordinary contribution to science by making research data available for additional or new research. Untill July 1th, researchers could nominate themselves, another researcher or a research group.
In 2018 the Data Prize will be awarded in three categories: 1) humanities and social sciences, 2) exact and technical sciences and 3) medical and life sciences. The nominations were announced.
The winners receive a sculpture and €5,000 to make their data set (more) accessible, (for instance by organising a symposium or disclosing the data online).
Award ceremony & jury
The award ceremony will be held on November 28 at NWO. Around the award ceremony, an interesting day will be organized by RDNL, LCRDM, UKB workgroup Research Data, NFU Data4LifeSciences and the National Platform Open Science for researchers and data stewards. Please sign up for this day via this webpage.
Programme Data Prize 2018: Celebrating Data! What's next?
Note that the main language of the day is in Dutch
|9.45||Welcome with coffee and tea||
|10.15||Welcome by Peter Doorn, chair RDNL and director DANS||300|
|10.25||Keynote: Dr. Rens van de Schoot, associate professor Methodology and Statistics; member of the 'Jonge Akademie' of the KNAW||300|
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Lunch, with poster presentations nominees
Research as a service: de beste werkomgeving voor jouw onderzoek
|14:00||Award ceremony by Stan Gielen, president of NWO||300|
*More information about the parallel sessions will soon be available
Under supervision of Stan Gielen (voorzitter NWO), the members of the jury are:
- In the category 'Humanities and Social Sciences': Jos Bazelmans (hoofd Archeologie Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed, bijzonder hoogleraar Monumentenzorg Vrije Universiteit) and Hans de Jonge (adviseur Open Science & Kwaliteit NWO)
- In the category 'Exact and Technical Sciences': Frank van Harmelen (hoogleraar Knowledge Representation & Reasoning Vrije Universiteit) and Geert-Jan Houben (hoogleraar Web Information Systems TU Delft, directeur Delft Data Science)
- In the category 'Medical and Life Sciences': Inez Joung (Chief Data Officer Rijksinstituut voor Volksgezondheid en Milieu) en Nanda Piersma (bijzonder lector Big Data in de Stad Hogeschool van Amsterdam)
Enthousiast winners last years
- "Show how good your database or dataset is! For us, the Data Prize has been a jewel in our crown.” Kees Mandemakers, 2010 Data Prize winner
- "Being awarded the Data Prize, even being nominated, underlines the importance of your work. It feels good.” Maarten Marx, 2012 Data Prize winner
- "Winning the Data Prize indicates that we are on the right track.” Mark van Koningsveld, 2012 Data Prize winner
- "The Data Prize is a confirmation that we’re heading in the right direction.” Martine de Bruin, 2014 Data Prize winner
- "Winning the Data Prize allows us to make important improvements we have long desired.” Marijke Dekker, 2014 Data Prize winner
- "We are honored that the jury underlined the international and interdisciplinary importance of the dataset." Loes Scholten, winner of the Data Prize 2016
- "We are extremely pleased and proud, winning this award shows that the years of development were more than worth it." Bastijn Koopmans, winner of the Data Prize 2016
- "The Data Prize is a good boost for all the work." Joaquin Vanschoren, winner of the Data Prize 2016