What are strategic, technical and operational aspects of creating an interconnected, interoperable and trusted environment for data sharing in the network industries? How to encourage data sharing? Should data sharing be mandated? How will public sector bodies guarantee privacy and confidentiality? What existing or additional enablers are needed to ensure access to different data sources? What are the barriers to cross-sectoral data sharing? If the current investment in technologies and infrastructure is enough? What should be the governance of these data spaces? What is the role of digital platforms? What are the next steps? These are some of the questions that the conference will seek to discuss.
More precisely, we are looking for contributions, which cut across the different infrastructure sectors, especially in terms of data usage, data sharing and data storage. Contributions utilising multidisciplinary as well as interdisciplinary approaches to data regulation are welcome. Papers linking academia and practice, as well as policy research papers are particularly encouraged.
The conference is intended for academics such as PhD students, PostDocs and Assistant/associate/full Professors, as well as academically minded practitioners.
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