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The Fifth China - U.S. Roundtable on Scientific Data Cooperation
Beijing, China, 27- 28 October, 2011
 
Sponsors: Chinese Academy of Sciences
Chinese National Committee for CODATA
National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, NIH
U.S. National Committee for CODATA
Board on Research Data and Information, National Academy of Sciences
 
Organizers: Computer Network Information Center, CAS
 
AGENDA
 
 
Day One – 27 October 2011
 
Opening Plenary Session
Venue: Meeting Room 507, 5th Floor, CNIC
 
Co-Chairs:   Ron Abler, President, International Geographical Union
                      GUO Huadong, President, Committee on Data for Science and Technology
 
09:00 – 09:15   Welcoming Remarks
 
09:15 - 12:15   Five Keynote Presentations (30 minutes each)
 
09:15 – 10:15 
 
1)  Belinda Seto, Deputy Director, NIBIB, NIH
 
2) LIU Depei, Director, Management Center of National Scientific Data Sharing for Population and Health; President, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences “Biomedical/Health Data Cooperation
 
10:15 – 10:45 Coffee Break and Group Photo
 
10:45– 12:15
 
3) Ron Abler, President, International Geographical Union
 
4) ZOU Xiaolei, China Meteorological Administration
  
5) Ben Hu, DAMA-China
 
12:15 - 13:30   Lunch
 
13:30 – 17:00   Parallel breakout Session A and B
 
15:00 -15:30   Tea Break
 
 
Breakout Session A: Biomedical/Health Data Cooperation
Venue: Meeting Room 510, 5th Floor, CNIC
 
Continuous agenda starts at 13:30 on Day 1, and concludes at 11:00 on Day 2
 
Co-Chairs:   Belinda Seto, Deputy Director, NIBIB, NIH
                       YIN Ling, Deputy Director, Management Center of National scientific Data Sharing for Population and Health (NCDSPH).
 
U.S. representatives:
Belinda Seto(NIBIB, NIH), James Luo(NIBIB, NIH),
Ben Hu, DAMA-China
 
China representatives:
BI Sheng(Rehabilitation Medicine Center Chinese PLA General Hospital), CAO Wuchun (Beijing Institute of Microbiology and Epidemiology), CHEN Jie (Beijing Union Hospital), CUI Meng, HU Yongjian (The Ministry of Science and Technology of P.R.China), JIN ShuigaoShanghai Center for Bioinformation Technology, LIU Depei (Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences), LIU Lei (), LI Yixue (SCBIT), LI Youping L,IU Lihua(Institute of hospital management), LIANG Shuang (Southern Medical University), LI BaolouL, IU Baoyan(Chinese Academy of TCM Science), MA Juncai (Information Center, Institute of Microbiology, CAS), REN Guanhua (China National Institute of Standardization), SU Ying (Information Quality Lab (IQL) in Institute of Scientific and Technical Information of China (ISTIC).), WANG Heng (Institute of Basic Medical Sciences Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences), WANG Yongjun,YIN Ling (NCDSPH), ZHOU Dan.
 
Rapporteurs   (15 minutes for each)
 
1) Belinda Seto
“Multimedia Electronic Health Records: Patient-Controlled Sharing of Health Data” 
 
2) LI Yixue
“Digital Health Care in China”
 
3) LIU Lei
 
4) WANG Heng
 
5) LIANG Shuang
 
6) CAO Wuchun
“Environmental factors associated with spatial and temporal distribution of infectious in mainland China”
 
7) LIU Baoyan
“Data sharing of traditional Chinese medicine”
 
8) BI Sheng
 
9) James Luo
“Image Data Archive”
 
10) MA Juncai
 
11)  SU Ying
 
12) YIN Ling
“Proposals of "International Medical and Health Scientific Data Sharing Platform”
 
13)  Discussion
 
 
Breakout Session B: Geospatial/Environmental Data Cooperation
Venue: Meeting Room 508, 5th Floor, CNIC
 
Continuous agenda starts at 13:30 on Day 1, and concludes at 11:00 on Day 2
 
Co-Chairs:  Ron Abler, President, International Geographical Union
                     JIA Gensuo, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, CAS
 
U.S. representatives:
Ron Abler, Shuming BAO (University of Michigan), Prof.Christine Borgman (University of California Los Angeles), Liping DI (George Mason University), E. Lynn Usery (USGS), Paul Uhlir (NAS).
 
China representatives:
GUO Danhuai (Computer Network Information Center, CAS), JIA Gensuo, LIU Chuang (Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, CAS), LI Xinwu (Center for Earth Observation and Digital Earth, CAS), LIN Qinghui(CNIC, CAS), LI Xiaochun (China Geological Survey), WANG Changzuo (Remote Sensing Data Center, Ministry of Environmental Protection)
 
Rapporteurs (15 minutes for each)
 
1) Shuming BAO
 
2) Liping DI
 
3) WANG Changzuo?
“HJ-1 A/B Satellite Data and Application On Environment Monitoring in China”
 
4)   E. Lynn Usery
 
5)   Christine Borgman
 
6)   GUO Danhuai
 “An Integrated Comparative Visual Analytics Environment for Spatial Interaction Data”
 
7)   LIU Chuang
 
8)   JIA Gensuo
“Coordinated Observation and Data Sharing for Better Understanding Regional Climate Change”
 
9)   LI Xinwu
“Sharing Earth Observation Data for Global Change Sciences”
 
10)   LIN Qinghui
 
11)  Paul Uhlir
“Data Contributions through GEOSS&USGS Collaboration Update”
 
12)   Discussion
 
18:00-21:00 Reception and group dinner for all delegates
 
End of Day 1
 
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Day Two – 28 Oct 2011
 
09:00 – 11:00 Breakout Sessions A and B continued
Session A: Meeting Room 510, 5th Floor, CNIC
Session B: Meeting Room 508, 5th Floor, CNIC
 
Breakout Session A: Biomedical/Health Data Cooperation
Co-Chairs:   CHEN Jie Vice President, Beijing Union Hospital
                       James Luo, Director of Bioinformatics, NIBIB, NIH
 
Breakout Session B: Geospatial/Environmental Data Cooperation
 
11:00 -11:15    Coffee Break
 
Closing Plenary Session
Venue: Meeting Room 507, 5th Floor, CNIC
 
11:15 – 11:45   Reports by the breakout session reporters and discussion
11:45 – 12:05   Summary presentation on all five Roundtable meetings and discussion
12:05 – 12:30   Concluding Remarks
 
End of the Fifth Roundtable meeting
 
12:30 – 14:00  Lunch