MS24 - Model Evaluation Workshop

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In the framework of pro-iBiosphere Workpackage 6, RBGK organized a Model Evaluation Workshop on the 9th and 10th of June 2014 in Meise (Brussels).


Sessions 1 and 2 of the ‘Model Evaluation Workshop’ focused upon agreeing on an iBiosphere business model, which will be presented in the final deliverable ‘Summary of Model Evaluations’. Session 3 addressed what sort of recommendations to policy makers can help achieve a sustainable OBKMS.

Agenda

June 09

Session 1: Sustainability Report We will go through the latest draft of D6.4.3: the sustainability recommendations: session 1 will discuss areas in the draft where agreement is still required.

12:30 - 13:30 Welcome of participants. Registration and Lunch

13:30 - 13:45 Introduction

13:45 - 15:15 Discussion

15:15 - 15:30 Tea/coffee break

15:30 - 17:15 Discussion

17:15 - 17:30 Wrap up session

19:00 - Dinner at Brazzaville, Gemeenteplein 5, Wolvertem (10 min. walk from Falko hotel) - at the charge of participants


June 10

Session 2: Sustainability Report Continued This session will attempt to resolve any areas of outstanding disagreement.

08:30 - 09:00 - Registration of participants

09:00 - 09:15 - Introduction

09:15 - 10:30 - Discussion

10:30 - 10:45 - Tea/coffee break

10:45 - 12:30 - Discussion and next steps.


Session 3: Policy and Recommendations We will address what sort of recommendations to policy makers can help achieve sustainability for open biodiversity knowledge systems. Experiences from pro-iBiosphere and other projects.

12:30 - 13:30 - Welcome of external participants. Registration and Lunch

13:30 - 13:45 - Introduction

13:45 - 15:15 - Experiences from other projects

15:15 - 15:30 - Tea/coffee break

15:30 - 17:15 - Recommendations to policy makers to help achieve sustainability

17:15 - 17:30 - Wrap up session

19:00 - Dinner at Auberge Napoléon, Bouchoutlaan 1, Meise (15 min. walk from the Botanic Garden) - at the charge of participants

List of participants

June 9 and June 10 morning (restricted to pro-iBiosphere task leaders)

  1. Don Kirkup - RBGK - present
  2. Alan Paton - RBGK - present
  3. Charlotte Johns - RBGK - present
  4. Soraya Sierra - Naturalis - present
  5. Lyubomir Penev - Pensoft - present
  6. Donat Agosti - Plazi - present
  7. Sabrina Eckert - FUB-BGBM - present
  8. Quentin Groom - BGM - present
  9. Daniel Mietchen - MfN - present
  10. Jeremy Miller - Naturalis Biodiversity Center - present
  11. David Patterson - Global Names project - present


June 10 afternoon (This workshop is now FULLY BOOKED. No new expressions of interest please)

  1. Don Kirkup - RBGK - present
  2. Alan Paton - RBGK - present
  3. Charlotte Johns - RBGK - present
  4. Soraya Sierra - Naturalis - present
  5. Lyubomir Penev - Pensoft/ Representing EU BON - present
  6. Donat Agosti - Plazi/ Representing EU BON - present
  7. Anton Güntsch - FUB-BGBM - present
  8. Sabrina Eckert - FUB-BGBM - present
  9. Quentin Groom - BGM - present
  10. Daniel Mietchen - MfN - present
  11. Jeremy Miller - Naturalis Biodiversity Center - present
  12. Chuck Miller - Missouri Botanical garden - present
  13. David Patterson - Global Names project - present
  14. Aaike De Wever - Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences - present
  15. Alex Hardisty - Cardiff University - present
  16. Wouter Los - LifeWatch - present
  17. Wouter Addink - Catalogue of life - present
  18. Patricia Mergen - Royal Museum for Central Africa - present
  19. Marc Reynders - Botanic Garden Meise - present
  20. Henry Engledow - Botanic Garden Meise - present
  21. Michel Chauvet - UMR AMAP - present
  22. Vince Smith - Natural History Museum London, Vibrant project
  23. Natacha Beau - present
  24. Marion Le Claire - present


Last updated 01/08/2014