What is a data lake and why is it "a unicorn"?
In this dedicated webinar on 12 July 2023, 15:00 CEST, FAIR-EASE will discuss the "Data Lake" infrastructure improving access to data both in terms of data harmonisation and in terms of technical efficiency of data access
Our discussion will focus on the transformative journey from a 'data lake' to a dynamic 'data space.' Furthermore, we will explore a modern web-based perspective on this architecture, where the FAIR-EASE team's vision has been shaped by both the project's unique challenges and the insights derived from computer science research. We will therefore explore innovative approaches to federated queries on a distributed knowledge graph. Additionally, we will shine a spotlight on Examind, and dive into a talk centered around geospatial interoperability.
The objective of this meeting is to engage external communities, communicate our vision, and solicit valuable feedback.
Who should attend and why?
Anyone who is interested in Earth systems or environmental data and easily accessing them and integrating them across domains should attend, but most especially:
- Research and academia representatives who are interested in discovering the potential outcomes of integrating multidisciplinary data in their research;
- Policy makers at the European, national and even local levels that seek integrated cross-domain data to support decision-making;
- EOSC Ecosystem members who want to know more about how FAIR-EASE fits into EOSC’s FAIR data and services
- Earth and environmental data providers that want to see how to promote further use of their data
- General public with an interest in earth systems and environmental data
- 15:00 - 15:05: Welcome
- 15:05 - 15:20: From Data Lake to Data Space - Marc Portier (VLIZ)
- 15:20 - 15:35: Novel approaches for decentralized knowledge graph querying in Data Space contexts - Julian Andres Rojas Melendez (UGent-imec)
- 15:35 - 15:50: Examind and Geospatial Interoperability - Dorian Ginane (Geomatys)
- 15:50 - 16:00: Q&A, Wrap-up & closure
For more information visit the FAIR-EASE event page here.