This workshop in the fourth in a series that started in summer 2011 to investigate Federated Identity Management (FIM) for research collaborations. The first workshop was held at CERN in June 2011 (https://indico.cern.ch/event/129364), the second at RAL in November 2011 (https://indico.cern.ch/event/157486) and the third at ISGC in February 2012 (https://indico.cern.ch/event/177418). Through these workshops, several research communities have converged on a common vision for FIM, enumerated a set of requirements and proposed a number of recommendations for ensuring a roadmap for the uptake of FIM is achieved.
These points have been documented in a paper (https://cdsweb.cern.ch/record/1442597) for which comments are welcome (https://cdsweb.cern.ch/record/1442597/comments).
An objective of this workshop is to gather feedback from the research communities on the recommendations and roadmap described in the paper with the intention of endorsing the common vision. The organisational and financial aspects of ensuring a common FIM will also be addressed.
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FIM meeting June 21, 22 - MPI for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Thursday June 21
12.45 Welcome, Wolfgang Klein, Director of the MPI for Psycholinguistics
Session 1. FIM and the bigger picture.
13.00 FIM paper status, Bob Jones
13.20 The Manifesto; requirements of Research Infrastructures and FIM, Peter Wittenburg
Session 2. Organizational and financial sustainability of AAI
13.45 An industry perspective on FIM and Open Data Centre Alliance work, Mike Symonds ATOS
14.15 Organizational issues at the NREN level for FIM, Wolfgang Pempe DFN
14.45 Science organizations guiding access and attribution requirements for FIM, ORCID. Ramin Yahyapur GWDG/MPG
Session 3. Roles of Coordination and standardization
15.45 TERENA & EC activities on FIM, Licia Floria TERENA
16.15 FIM support by NGIs, an EGI perpective, Gergely Sipos
Session 4. FIM solutions and Limitations
16.30 Data Protection Code of Conduct, Mikael Linden, CSC
17.00 FIM shortcomings revealed, Ludek Matyska, CESNET
17.30 FIM & Contrail, Phil Kershaw, STFC
Friday June 22
Session 5. Community reports.
Special reports from the Social Sciences and Humanities communities
9.00-9.30 DARIAH - experiences and plans, Peter Gietz, DAASI International
9.30-9.45 CESSDA experiences, Ornulf Risnes, NSD
9.45-10.00 CLARIN attributes, Daan Broeder, TLA-MPI
10.00 – 11.00 reports and experiences from the research communities focusing on FIM position paper:
Heinz Weyer, David Kelsey, Dieter van Uytvanck
11.30 – 12.30 discussion and next steps
13.00 Special subjects. TBA
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