The Göttingen University will host a Summer School on Data Science from July 10th to July 21st 2017.

Target group:
advanced BA-, MA- and beginning PhD students.

Topics:

  • Data lifecycle and data management
  • Infrastructures and Plattforms
  • Mathematical and Statistical Methods
  • Text Analysis
  • Visualization & strory telling
  • ELSA
  • Application examples

More information under: https://www.uni-goettingen.de/de/555483.html

The Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek announces a job post for an E13 TV-L position. The project "GRAcE - Göttingen Research Data Exploratory - management parameters derived from the Göttingen eResearch Alliance" aims to identify general factors within the research data management process to concepualise (and later implement) a planning instrument which should be transferable to other research locations.

For more information please have a look at: http://www.uni-goettingen.de/de/305402.html?cid=100201

Please send your application in via the application service (https://lotus2.gwdg.de/uni/uzdv/perso/knr_100201.nsf) until April 13th 2017.

The Data Science Game is a worldwide Machine learning competition for students. The competition is related to Statistics, Machine learning and Computer science. You and your fellow students have a good idea? Take the change and register for the Data Science Game:

  • Registration is open until 9 April
  • Online qualification phase will start on 15 April and finish on 31 May
  • Final phase for the 20 best will take place in Fall 2017 near Paris

For more information please have a look at the attached PDF-File, visit www.datasciencegame.com or contact the team under contact@datasciencegame.com.

The third Göttingen HackyHour will take place on Tuesday, 4th of April at 6:00 pm at Neotopia, Von-Bar-Straße 2-4.

Topics:

  • Tools that give you superpower: A chance to share cool software tools one encountered recently.
  • Very short (10 min max) talk on Unittesting, continuous integration and code coverage, with live demonstrations.
  • The rest of the meeting will be devoted to an open hacking space where everybody can explore their own projects, interests, and exchange ideas and coding problems.

Am 29.03.2017 findet an der TIB in Hannover der 7. Workshop der DINI/nestor AG Forschungsdaten unter dem Titel "Persistent Identifier für Forschungsdaten" statt. Der Workshop gibt praktische Einblicke in verschiedene PID-Systeme (DOI, handle, URN) und deren Anwendungsmöglichkeiten.

Nähere Informationen zur Veranstaltung finden Sie unter: http://dini.de/veranstaltungen/workshops/7-dininestor-ag-forschungsdaten-workshop/

Der 9. Jahreskongress des Technologie- und Methodenplattform für die vernetzte medizinische Forschung e.V. (TMF) wird am 14.-15.03.2017 unter dem Titel "Forschung in einer personalisierten Medizin" in Göttingen stattfinden. Themen sind u.a. Forschungsmethoden, Forschungsdatenmanagement und Infrastrukturen, Patientenpartizipation und der ToolPool Gesundheitsforschung.

Nähere Informationen unter: http://www.tmf-ev.de/Termine/Jahreskongress2017.aspx
Das Programm finden Sie hier zum Download.

 

 

 

You are interested in Open Science? Than join the monthly Hacky Hour! It aims to inform and train students and researchers how computational tools and code can improve their science.

The next meeting will take place on March 14th at 6 pm at Neotopia.

More information see the webpage: https://hackyhour.github.io/Göttingen/

The next info event for researchers at UMG on research data management will take place from 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. in lecture hall 81 on Friday December 9, 2016. 

 

Date: 6 December 2016, 14.00-17.00

Venue: University of Göttingen, State and University Library, Platz der Göttinger Sieben 1

For: All fans of Open Science in Göttingen!

Think scholarship should be more open, transparent and inclusive? Want to publish more openly? Concerned about reproducibility in research? Think data should be available for all? Want to find ways to be more collaborative, open and multidisciplinary in your work?

Whatever your career stage or background, we invite you to join us for this informal workshop to meet like-minded people from across campus, exchange ideas and experiences, and start working to foster Open Science here in Göttingen!

Scholarly communication has been slow to change to make full use of digital technologies. Most articles and books still look a lot like they did 300 years ago. Results appear months or years later than they should due to delays in peer review or publishing processes. Research is increasingly proving not to be reproducible. Potentially valuable datasets remain locked up on researchers’ hard-drives after projects have finished rather than being openly available on the Web for fresh analyses. Billions are poured into funding research, whose results are then given for free to publishers to lock up behind paywalls and embargoes, to be sold back to those same researchers.

The University of Göttingen is working to change this through, e.g., policies for Open Access and Research Data, services offered by the Göttingen State and University Library, infrastructure provided by the Göttingen eResearch Alliance, and leading involvement in international Open Science projects like OpenAIRE.eu. But Open Science is more than policies, services and projects – it’s about the practices, mindset and passion of researchers like you! This event hence aims to foster a new network of Open Scientists here in Göttingen, to bring together like-minded researchers to explore how we can pool our ideas, energy and skills to drive the evolution of the scholarly communications system.

Programme

Topics for discussion will include:

  • Open Science skills
  • Open collaboration and advocacy
  • Open data and data management
  • Open Access services
  • Open Peer Review
  • Intellectual property rights

If you would like to contribute to the programme with either a poster or a short contribution to one of the topics above please just let us know.

Contact

Birgit Schmidt, bschmidt@sub.uni-goettingen.de

Julika Mimkes, mimkes@sub.uni-goettingen.de

Tony Ross-Hellauer, ross-hellauer@sub.uni-goettingen.de

Jens Dierkes, dierkes@sub.uni-goettingen.de

Digitale Unterstützung in den Geistes- und Gesellschaftswissenschaften
Annotieren – Analysieren – Visualisieren

Informationsveranstaltung, 1.12.2016, 10:00-13:00 Uhr, Konferenzraum der GSGG, Friedländer Weg 2

Am Donnerstag, den 1. Dezember 2016 wird von 10-13 Uhr im Konferenzraum der GSGG im Friedländer Weg eine Informationsveranstaltung zum Thema "Digital Humanities" in Kooperation mit dem SFB "Bildung und Religion in Kulturen des Mittelmeerraums und seiner Umwelt von der Antike bis zum Mittelalter und zum Klassischen Islam", der Göttingen eResearch Alliance, dem Göttinger Centre for Digital Humanities (GCDH) und der Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek stattfinden. Ziel ist es, geisteswissenschaftliche Promovierende und Postdocs über die digitalen Möglichkeiten und Strukturen an der Universität Göttingen zu informieren und Wege aufzuzeigen, wir diese für geisteswissenschaftlichen Forschungsprojekte genutzt werden können.

Programm

10:00 – 10:10Begrüßung
10:10 – 10:40Keynote „Digital Humanities“, Prof. Dr. Caroline Sporleder (20+10) Minuten
10:40 – 11:30eResearch, data management, DARIAH (Mirjam, Timo, Jens) (40+10) Minuten
11:30 – 11:45Kaffeepause
11:45 – 12:00„Coptic Studies and Digital Humanities“, So Miyagawa (SFB 1136) (10+5) Minuten
12:00 – 12:15„Datenbank: Antike Bibliotheken – Ein Werkstattbericht“, Kerstin Rausch (SFB 1136) (10+5) Minuten
12:15 – 12:45Q&A (alle)
12:45 – 13:00Wrap up
13:00 - 14:00Ende und anschließend Einzel-/Gruppengespräche

Das Programm als PDF-Datei.

Foliensatz "Coptic Studies and Digital Humanities"

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