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IDCC24 Speakers

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Dr Ingrid Dillo, Executive Project Manager, DANS

Dr Ingrid Dillo is Executive Project Manager at DANS (Data Archiving and Networked Services) in the Netherlands. She holds a PhD in history and has worked in the field of policy development for the last 35 years, including as senior policy advisor at the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science and the National Library of the Netherlands (KB). Among her areas of expertise are research data management and the certification of digital repositories. Ingrid is a member of the Research Data Alliance (RDA) Council and a member of the Board of Directors of CoreTrustSeal. Ingrid led the EU-funded FAIRsFAIR project and is now the coordinator of the Horizon Europe project FAIR-IMPACT. She is also a member of the EOSC Task Force on Long term Data Preservation.

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Stavrina Dimosthenous, Data Curator, Henry Royce Institute

Stavrina Dimosthenous is a Data Curator at the Henry Royce Institute for advanced materials (Royce) in the UK, based at the Royce Hub Building at The University of Manchester. She holds a PhD in Materials Science, and has conducted research in materials science and computational materials science across the UK and Europe. She leads the Royce Data Curation activity, where the team is promoting data management and open research practices and tools across Royce Partners. Stavrina’s interests include data science, machine learning, and accessibility in academia.

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Clifford Lynch, Executive Director, CNI

Clifford Lynch is Executive Director at the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI). He is both a past president and recipient of the Award of Merit of the American Society for Information Science (now ASIS&T) and a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the National Information Standards Organization. His work has been recognized by the American Library Association’s Lippincott Award, the EDUCAUSE Leadership Award in Public Policy and Practice, and the American Society for Engineering Education’s Homer Bernhardt Award. In 2017, Lynch was selected as an Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Fellow.