Data Sharing


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The Northeast Hub Data Sharing Spoke facilitates the exchange of solutions to advance data sharing among a range of constituents (industry, academia, non-profits, and others).  As a community, we seek to address key data sharing challenges relating to policy and privacy, platforms and formats, software and costs, and ethics and education about data sharing benefits. A recent NSF Spoke award, “A Licensing Model and Ecosystem for Data Sharing” (PI Madden, co-PIs Binnig, Greenberg, Kraska, Weitzner) is addressing some of these challenges, as researchers are developing a safe and secure data sharing platform that facilitates sharing data that may or may not be open or free between different organizations (industry, academia, government).


Activity

2016 NSF BD Spoke Award: A Licensing Model and Ecosystem for Data Sharing (PIs Jane Greenberg, Tim Kraska, Samuel Madden)

Workshop on “Enabling Seamless Data Sharing in Industry and Academia,” September 29-30, 2016

The Northeast Big Data Innovation Hub: “Enabling Seamless Data Sharing in Industry and Academia” Workshop Report

PI Jane Greenberg participated in BIG DATA: Balancing Impacts, Investments and Education, presenting on “Metadata Solutions for Sharing Restricted Data”


Team

Jane Greenberg
Drexel University
Samuel Madden
Massachusetts Institute of Technology