Dr. Celia W.G. van Gelder is a chemist by training and obtained her PhD in Biochemistry and Bioinformatics. She is the Training Programme Manager of the Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences (DTL), which is also the Dutch ELIXIR Node. She is an education manager, coordinator and trainer with extensive experience in initiating and managing bioinformatics education projects at institute (Radboud University and Radboudumc Nijmegen), national (NBIC, DTL, ELIXIR-NL, BioSB Research School) and international level (co-lead ELIXIR Training Platform, Executive Board member of GOBLET). Target audiences for training projects include high school students and teachers (http://www.bioinformaticsatschool.eu/), BSc & MSc students, PhD students and other life science researchers.
Within DTL, FAIR data training activities (https://www.dtls.nl/training-and-education/data-related-training/) have a prominent place and they are set up by the DTL/ELIXIR-NL community.
Helena Cousijn is Community Engagement and Communications Director and responsible for all outreach activities at DataCite, a leading global non-profit organisation that provides persistent identifiers (DOIs) for research data. She's committed to DataCite's mission of enabling data sharing and reuse and is especially passionate about data citation.
Before joining DataCite, Helena worked as Senior Product Manager for Research Data Management Solutions at Elsevier. She holds a DPhil in Neuroscience from the University of Oxford. Helena is based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Dr Hylke Koers heads up the Data Management Services group at SURFsara, an innovative team that develops services to help universities and other research-intensive institutes manage their research data in a robust, safe, easy and cost-effective way.
Hylke joined SURF in 2018; prior to that he was a Product Manager and Product Director at Elsevier, working on innovations to the article format such as interactive plots, 3D viewers, and the Virtual Microscope. He also served as co-chair of the ICSU-WDS/RDA Working Group that created the Scholix framework, an emerging industry standard for linking research data and the literature.
Before joining Elsevier in 2010, Hylke received a PhD in theoretical astrophysics from the University of Amsterdam and served as a postdoctoral research associate at the Université Libre de Bruxelles.
Odile Hologne is delegate for scientific and technical information at the French Institute for Agricultural Research – www.inra.fr/en where she has responsibility for implementing open access and open data policy and services. She is thus involved in many international working groups dealing with open science in the agri-food sector and these include GODAN (Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition), RDA (Research Data Alliance) and GO FAIR.
An expert consultant to RDA Europe 3 and coordinator of the H2020 project eROSA “Towards an e-infrastructure roadmap for open science in agriculture” www.erosa.aginfra.eu, Ms. Hologne co-chairs the “Collège données” https://www.ouvrirlascience.fr/research-data-college/ of the French National Plan for Open Science, and is a member of the GO FAIR executive board. She is also in the EOSC Secretariat working group which is designing the rules of participation for EOSC users, providers and operators.
Olga Glumac is a consultant working in the international area at the Sociedade Portuguesa de Inovação (SPI) in Porto, Portugal. She is working in the areas of Science, Technology and Innovation, Policy Design, Urban development, Cultural Heritage, International and Intercultural Dialogue and Cooperation through Horizon 2020 projects such as: Nano2ALL (nano2all.eu), SISCODE (siscodeproject.eu), VIDA (vidaproject.eu), Lab for Urban Renaturing of Bragança supported by Designscapes (Designscapes.eu); and EuropeAid projects such as Support to participation in EU Programmes – Serbia.
Olga is a PhD holder in area of Design (Social Design & Innovation), implemented under four-year scholarship of the Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT), as a joint degree between the University of Porto and the University of Aveiro. She is a practitioner of co-creation (i.e. codesign and co-production). Her passion is design-led innovation, research and policy making with and for local actors of micro, meso and macro communities.
In terms of the FAIR working group, Rachael brings expertise in persistent identifiers (PIDs) and PID services, and how they can be applied to support and enable FAIR outputs. Coming from the UK’s National Library, Rachael also has insight into the view of FAIR from the arts, cultural heritage and humanities domain.