Provisional programme

(01 February 2023)

DAY 1 : 20 MARCH 2023

08:30-09:00: Registration on site

09:00-09:30: Welcome speeches

SESSION 1 : IMPLEMENTING THE FAIR AND CARE PRINCIPLES FOR OCEAN SCIENCE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

In this session we invite presentations that illustrate concrete implementations of the FAIR and CARE Principles across communities. These may include efforts to optimize, standardize, and/or harmonize digital assets (e.g. data, information products, software) or methods and practices in line with the FAIR and CARE principles. What were the challenges encountered and which solutions were applied?


09:30-09:45:

Keynote: The journey towards FAIR: A story from the marine domain – Alexandra Kokkinaki, Thierry Carval, Guillaume Alviset, Justin J.H. Buck, Erwann Quimbert, Gwenaelle Moncoiffe, Violetta Paba, Peter Thijsse

09:45-09:50 : Q & A

09:50-09:58:

Simons CMAP: Harmonized global ocean data portal for multidisciplinary analysis – Mohammad D. Ashkezari, Norland R. Hagen,Michael Denholtz, Tansy C. Burns, Diana Haring , Rhonda Morales, Walker Malling, Andrew Neang, Charlotte P. Lee, Christopher N. Hill, E. Virginia Armbrust

09:58-10:06:

COPiLOtE (CertificatiOn PoLe OcEan) – Toward the Certification of the Data and Service Centres of the French Ocean Data Cluster – Odatis – Erwann Quimbert, Michèle Fichaut, Marine Vernet, Gilbert Maudire, Sabine Schmidt, Joël Sudre, Gérald Dibarboure, Caroline Mercier, Valérie Cariou, Laurent Soudarin, Pascal Calvat, Mark Hoebeke, Catherine Schmechtig, Valérie Harscoat, Jean-François Piollé, Thierry Carval

10:06-10:14:

Implementing the FAIR principles across the ASFA network: standardising the ASFA information products for the benefit of aquatic science stakeholders – Tamsin Vicary, Luca Berloco, Tiziano Di Condina, Maria Kalentsits

10:14-10:22:

Making marine image data FAIR – Timm Schoening, Autun Purser, Pier Luigi Buttigieg

10:22-10:30:

FAIR Data – A Private Sector Imperative– Terry McConnell

10:30-11:00: Health Break

11:00-11:08:

(Re-)building a library: aiming for FAIRness in ICES science and advice publishing – Ffion Bell, Ruth Anderson

11:08-11:16:

FAIR, from concept to implementation for Norwegian marine data sets – Evert Flier

11:16-11:24:

Reprocessing of XBT profiles from the Ligurian and Tyrrhenian seas over the time period 1999-2019 with full metadata upgrade – Simona Simoncelli, Claudia Fratianni, Lijing Cheng, Franco Reseghetti

11:24-11:32:

EuroGOOS Data Policy – enhancing FAIR data for ocean science and operational oceanography – Thierry Carval, Vicente Fernandez, Dina Eparkhina, Antonio Novellino, Simona Simoncelli, Juan Gabriel Fernández, EuroGOOS DataMEQ Working Group

11:32-11:40:

How OBIS implements the FAIR principles – Ward Appeltans, Pieter Provoost

11:40-11:48:

World Ocean Database in the cloud, comprehensive and quality controlled FAIR data for and by all countries – Hernan Garcia, Tim Boyer

11:48-12:08: Q & A

12:08-14:00: Lunch Break

SESSION 2 :COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT IN DATA LITERACY

In this session we invite presentations illustrating efforts to improve digital literacy and engage diverse communities, including citizen scientists, local and indigenous people, scientists, and other ocean professionals and stakeholders. Presentations should highlight how such engagement is leading to capacity development in areas such as data collection, standardization, sharing, archiving, and transformation into actionable, user-oriented data and information products following the CARE principles. Case studies illustrating challenges and solutions from low income or least developed states, and communities with low digitization are especially encouraged.


14:00-14:15:

Keynote: From Theory to Practice: New resources for Capacity development for Earth Observation Data management – Marie-Francoise Voidrot, Bente Lilja Bye

14:15-14:20 : Q & A

14:20-14:28:

OceanTeacher Global Academy: Delivering self-paced online ocean data management training – Claudia Delgado, Greg Reed, Leen Vandepitte, Cheikh Ould Moulaye, Katrina Exter, Laurian Van Maldeghem, Marie Robberecht, Charlotte Dhondt, Ruben Perez Perez, Lennert Tyberghein

14:28-14:36:

The Provision on Maritime Weather Services in Indonesia Related to Ocean Literacy for Fishermen – Nelly Florida Riama, Nurhayati

14:36-14:44:

Citizen Science – Lessons learned in the deployment of the SeaWatcher App– Noel Bristow, Jenny Bond, Peter Evans, David Mills

14:44-15:02:

An end-to-end digital solution to lower the barrier to participation in ocean science – Tara Zeynep Baris, Thomas Li Fredriksen, Anna Silyakova, Cera McTavish, Erin Idelle Gallup, Jo Øvstaas

15:02-15:30: Health Break

15:30-15:38:

Involvement of small-scale Fishermen in the process of monitoring and collecting primary data in the coastal waters of the black sea – Boyko Doychinov, Yoanna Ivanova

15:38-15:46:

Rescue of the Data on Marine Biodiversity in Venezuela – Ana Carolina Peralta, Eduardo Klein, Jeannette Pérez-Benítez, Jose Ramon Delgado, Francoise Cavada-Blanco, Juan Carlos Fernandez

15:46-15:54:

Voluntary Marine Data Collection by community empowerment – Noer Nurhayati, Andi Cahyad, Dava Amrina

15:54-16:02:

Local stakeholder engagement leading to operational marine invasive species management in Fiji, the PacMAN project – Ward Appeltans, Saara Suominen

16:02-16:10:

Ocean Data Bootcamp – a workshop to support biodiversity monitoring and data management at the long-term marine observatories in Brazil – Enrique Montes, Angelo Fraga Bernardino

16:10-16:18:

First Nations – Trusted Crowd-Sourced Bathymetry & Capacity Building in British Columbia – Munang Dominic Ndeh, Sean Galway, Barc Dinning, Sean Mullin

16:18-16:38: Q & A

16:38: End of day 1

SIDE EVENT

17:00-18:00: only for on-site participants (also in Room XII)


DAY 2 : 21 MARCH 2023

SESSION 3: GLOBAL OCEAN DIGITAL ECOSYSTEM

The ocean digital ecosystem, envisioned at IODC-I, will be fully machine actionable, meaning that when data or metadata are updated by one participating system, other independent and distributed systems will be able to react rapidly, automatically, and appropriately. This is the first step towards a global, deeply interoperable, integration on demand data space for the ocean. In this session we invite presentations that illustrate efforts to network independently governed digital systems and render them interoperable. Such efforts are central to creating a sustainable and scalable digital ecosystem. We also welcome concrete examples of how such systems interact or plan to interact with applications such as digital twins, cloud compute resources, and modelling solutions. Case studies are sought to demonstrate how the provenance of data is communicated to and used both within and across networked and interoperating systems.


09:30-09:45:

Keynote: A GOOS Observations Coordination Group Data Implementation Strategy to Improve Exchange of In Situ Ocean Data – Kevin O’Brien

09:45-09:50: Q & A

09:50-09:58:

iMAGINE, AI supported imaging data and services for ocean and marine science – Dick M.A.Schaap, Gergely Sipos, Alvaro Lopez Garcia, Kozlov Valentin

09:58-10:06:

A global ocean oxygen database and atlas for assessing and predicting deoxygenation and ocean health in the open and coastal ocean – Véronique Garçon, Marilaure Grégoire, Hernan Garcia, Denise Breitburg,Kirsten Isensee, Andreas Oschlies, Maciej Telszewski, Alexander Barth, Henry C. Bittig, Jacob Carstensen, Thierry Carval, Fei Chai, Francisco Chavez, Daniel Conley, Laurent Coppola, Sean Crowe, Kim Currie, Minhan Dai,Bruno Deflandre, Boris Dewitte, Robert Diaz, Emilio Garcia-Robledo,Denis Gilbert, Alessandra Giorgetti, Ronnie Glud, Dimitri Gutierrez,
Shigeki Hosoda, Masao Ishii, Gil Jacinto, Chris Langdon, Siv K. Lauvset, Lisa A. Levin, Karin E. Limburg, Hela Mehrtens, Ivonne Montes, Wajih Naqvi , Aurélien Paulmier, Benjamin Pfeil, Grant Pitcher, Sylvie Pouliquen, Nancy Rabalais, Christophe Rabouille, Virginie Recape, Michaël Roman, Kenneth Rose, Daniel Rudnick, Jodie Rummer, Catherine Schmechtig, Sunke Schmidtko, Brad Seibel, Caroline Slomp, U. Rashid Sumalia, Toste Tanhua, Virginie Thierry, Hiroshi Uchida, Rik Wanninkhof and Moriaki Yasuhara

10:06-10:14:

Citing large numbers of diverse datasets – James Ayliffe, Shelley Stall, Martina Stockhause, Lesley Wyborn, Justin J.H. Buck, Caroline Coward, Chris Erdmann

10:14-10:22:

Development of digital twins of the ocean as the basis of marine services facilities -Еvgeny Vjazilov, Natalia Vjazilova, Alexander Voronsov, Сhristina Belova, Alexsey Kozlovtsev, Alexander Mikheev, Denis Melnikov, Natalia Puzova, Svetlana Batalkina, Galina Nefedova

10:22-10:30:

The Ocean InfoHub Project – Lucy Scott, Pier Luigi Buttigieg, Douglas Fils, Carolina Garcia-Valencia

10:30-11:00: Health Break

11:00-11:08:

The Centralisation of EMODnet: a case study in the use of interoperable web services to unify a distributed spatial data infrastructure – Conor Delaney, Tim Collart, Joana Beja, Bart Vanhoorne, Frederic Leclercq

11:08-11:16:

Observations from a model-based approach to the development of a multi-community digital twin – Thomas Mansfield, Jozef Skakala, Thecla Keizer, Jerry Blackford

11:16-11:24:

Ocean Acidification Data for Sustainable Development – Katherina Schoo, Kirsten Isensee, Benjamin Pfeil, Pieter Provoost

11:24-11:32:

Is there an API standard for marine environmental data? – Clare Postlethwaite, Oliver Williams, Edd Lewis, Kevin Paxman, Mark Burgoyne, Chris Little, Dan Lear

11:32-11:40:

Marine Energy Information, Organized: the PRIMRE System– Andrea Copping, Jon Weers, Hayley Farr

11:40-12:00: Q & A

12:00-14:00: Lunch Break

SESSION 4 :INTERDISCIPLINARITY, SOCIETAL NEEDS

In this session we invite presentations that illustrate efforts to create integrated and interdisciplinary ocean data systems that address specific societal needs.These include multi-hazard warning systems within Earth System Observation, Research, and Prediction programmes, not only aiming at ocean health, but also the 7 societal outcomes of the UN Ocean Decade. Contributions in this session should demonstrate concrete links to societal actors which rely on this data to make decisions and plans


14:00-14:15: Keynote: Title undefined – Alice Vadrot

14:15-14:20: Q & A

14:20-14:28:

Aquaculture Risk Metrics – A digital twin of the ocean with risk data and information for multiple stakeholders – Bente Lilja Bye, Christopher Genillard , Arne-Jørgen Berre , Lena Neidhardt

14:28-14:36:

Coastal research in West Africa: data and research gaps in the era of an emerging coastal engineering market – Awa Bousso Drame, Helene Burningham, Moussa Sall, Denis Mercier, Yuri Gorokhovich 

14:36-14:44:

Oceans´ heritage for the societal needs – Elena Perez- Alvaro

14:44-15:02:

Ecological Virtual Art at the service of the sustainable development of the Ocean– Houda Ayari

15:02-15:30: Health Break

15:30-15:38:

Tackling marine pollution in the Mediterranean Sea: needs for harmonized multidisciplinary data – Marina Lipizer, Molina Jack, M. A. French, A. Giorgetti, M. Tsompanou, A. Iona, C. Zeri, G. Moncoiffe

15:38-15:46:  

A 4Oceans case study in enhancing societal awareness through interdisciplinary historical, socio-economic, general humanities and ICT data provision – John Nicholls, Sophia Chapple

15:46-15:54:

Marine Spatial Planning and maritime safety of navigations stakes – Adeline M.Souf, Bérénice Lequesne

15:54- 16:02:

The role of public ocean data infrastructures in accounting for ocean natural and produced assets towards sustainable development in a digital era – Ibukun Adewumi, Jordan Gacutan

16:02-16:10:

Integrating the socioeconomic dimensions in the MSP – Jose L. Santiago, Davinia Lojo, Marta Ballesteros

16:10-16:18:

An Internet of Things (IoT) nowcast warning system for coastal multi-hazards – Louise Darroch, Thomas Gardner, Emma Gardner, Margaret Yelland, John Walk, Andrew Matthews,
Christopher Cardwell, Owain Jones, Alvaro Lorenzo-Lopez, Jennifer Brown

16:18-16:26:

The Importance of Data Communication in Ocean Governance Decision-making Procedure: the Case of MSP and MPA designation and management – Sheila Kong Mukwele, Emmah Akware

16:26 – 16:34: Using Telecommunication Cables to understand the ocean: SMART cable and sensing solutions – Jean-François Baget, Antoine Queval

16:34-16:54: Q & A

CLOSING OF THE CONFERENCE

16:54-17:24

RECEPTION

18:00-20:00: only for on-site participants