Requirements, standards, certification, tools, licenses and more…
This one-day workshop brings together researchers, decision makers and practitioners in the field of the development and operation of European data spaces, data markets and other web-based data management systems that allow data sharing, trading and data collaboration.
The output document will summarise all the inputs and discussions about mainly (a) requirements for interoperability as well as (b) solution approaches for interoperability in data spaces, and thereby it will identify existing gaps in the field, and will be published freely available under an open license / under open access.
Programme Chair: Sebastian Steinbuß, CTO of International Data Space Association
Call for Participation – Position Papers
To address the topics of interoperability in data spaces and in particular (i) Use Cases in data spaces (ii) Requirements to interoperability and (iii) solution approaches to enable (semantic data) interoperability. While the web of data is an unconstrained space, data spaces are a more regulated vision for the web of data. Actors coming to a data space adhere to a certain concept of data sharing with rules and constraints. Hence the increased need to express options in interoperable ways.
Submit your position papers in the listed and described topics on the TRUSTS website, that can be presented at the workshop as 10 minute lightning talks. The Position Papers will be published on the Workshop’s website. If the number of Position Papers exceeds the availability of slots for presentation, a programme committee will select the papers that will be presented.