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Impressions of Day 1 of EDF2013

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The first day of the European Data Forum 2013 (EDF2013) took place on 09 April 2013 at the Croke Park Conference Center in Dublin, Ireland. Starting at 09.00am the event programme was full of great keynotes and presentations, an executive panel on big data with 6 participants took place as well as tutorials and lots of discussions and networking around European data economy issues.

The event was opened by the 2 general EDF2013 conference chairs Elena Simperl (University of Southampton, UK) and Michael Hausenblas (DERI Galway, Ireland) together with Marta Nagy-Rothengass, Head of Unit "Data Value Chain" at European Commission, Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology.

After a Video message by Neelie Kroes, Vice President of the European Commission, in charge of the Digital Agenda, there were welcome words to EDF2013 by Roberto Viola, Deputy Director General at European Commission, Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology, Prof. Mark Ferguson, Science Foundation Ireland, and Minister Alan Shatter, Minister for Justice, Equality and Defence of Ireland.

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Launch of the Research Data Alliance/Stockholm

Neelie Kroes, Vice-President of the European Commission responsible for the Digital Agenda

18 March 2013

I am very happy to be with you today, here in the EU, to launch the global Research Data Alliance.

Scientists have always sought new ways to share. And they've always been in the vanguard using new technologies to help them do that better.

Scientists developed the internet, for example. Its forerunner, the Computer Science Network of the eighties, was funded by the National Science Foundation; then scientists at CERN developed the worldwide web. Now it's everywhere: available to scientists and laymen, the greatest tool for sharing information ever invented.

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