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The Library at UC Berkeley is a participant on an HTRC research data capsule project (investigating how to deploy secure computing data capsules that HTRC designed at universities). One phase of the project is doing an exploration of extant types of restricted data how they would be used in a secure computing environment (e.g. technical, policy, logistical issues for different types of data). This session of Research IT's biweekly brownbag Reading Group will be held in the BIDS space at 190 Doe Library, as part of the HTRC UnCamp taking place on Jan 25-26. The session will include a brief introduction followed by informal discussion co-led by Erik Mitchell (AUL, UC Berkeley) and Inna Kouper (Research Scientist, Indiana University).

This Reading Group meeting will be held in the BIDS space, 190 Doe Library.

When: Thursday, 25 January from 12 - 1pm
Where: 190 Doe Library (BIDS space).
What: Restricted data types used in secure computing environments
Presenting/Facilitating: Erik Mitchell (Associate University Librarian (Digital Initiatives and Collaborative Services), UC Berkeley); Inna Kouper (Research Scientist, Indiana University)