On Friday 3rd of June 2022 around 45 experts in the field of data spaces, data markets and (semantic) interoperability met at Vienna University of Economics to discuss the topic of (semantic) interoperability in data spaces.

After a short intro of the agenda the PC chair of the workshop Sebastian Steinbuss (CTO of International Data Space Association) moderated a panel with: Sabrina Kirrane (University of Economics Vienna), Pierre-Antoine Champin (W3C), and Christoph Lange-Bever (Fraunhofer Germany) about interoperability and related standardisation efforts and the topic of data usage control. This introduction into the events topic was followed by 10 lightning talks – for details of speakers and topics see the workshop agenda – that were selected by the workshops’ Programme Committee from the submitted position papers. The interactive part of the event started with 4 moderated break-out sessions discussing the topics

  • The Data Spaces approach: metadata or data (interoperability)
  • (Data) Usage Control in Data Spaces
  • Language and vocabularies to support Interoperability in Data Spaces
  • Connecting the digital and physical world via Data Spaces

Following the link below you can have an insight into the workshop: you will find pictures, presentations of the talks and the position papers.

Report: Workshop Interoperability in Data Spaces