Sarah provides advisory services, training and consultancy via the DCC, building on many lessons learned during the DCC's institutional engagement programme. Here she led support for several universities, helping them to scope researchers' requirements, develop data strategies, deliver training, customise DMPonline and implement research data management services.
Sarah is involved in several European Commission funded projects including, FOSTER+, OpenAIRE and Research Data Alliance Europe 4.0. Her work in a European context focuses primarily on training, data management planning and network building to facilitate open science. She co-chairs the RDA Active DMP Interest Group and the CODATA Working Group on Research Data Science schools. In a personal capacity, she is rapporteur on the European Commission's FAIR Data Expert Group and a member of the Open Science Transport Research Cloud Expert Group.
In previous roles, Sarah led the Data Audit Framework project and Incremental. She worked in HATII at the University of Glasgow from 2006-2017, initially for the AHDS Performing Arts data centre and then for the DCC, and is now based in Glasgow University Library.
Yu-Huang Wang is an independent research scientist, a project consultant for companies of ecological survey, and the director of an non-governmental organization, Taiwan Academy of Ecology. He collaborates with the Grid Computing Center and the Institute of Information Science of Academia Sinica, Taiwan and the ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity to promote Asian soundscape monitoring network and unmanned aerial system (UAS) observation network in Taiwan and South-East Asia.
Yu-Huang was a contracted research scientist at Taiwan Forestry Research Institute of the Agriculture Council of Taiwan from 2010-2015. He collaborated with the information management teams of US and international long-term ecological research network (LTER) to develop ecological sensor network and to promote the metadata standard (Ecological Metadata Language, EML) and the tool (Metadata Catalogue, MetaCat) for managing and sharing ecological research data in Asia-Pacific region. He was the node manager of the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) in Taiwan from 2012-2016 and the deputy of GBIF Asian Nodes from 2014-2016. He worked with the GBIF Asian Nodes, especially the biodiversity information management team of the ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity (ACB) to promote the data standard (DarwinCore) and tool (integrated publishing tool, IPT) for open biodiversity data in Asian region. He organized two training workshops on biodiversity data management for Asian region in 2012 and 2016 in Taiwan. In 2016 and 2019, ACB invited him to help organize the sessions of camera trap data management for the workshop on mobilizing biodiversity data from ASEAN protected areas.