12/10/2021: Open Science Meet-up
Working with research data involves conceptual and practical tasks along the whole research cycle. Ideally, this data is managed and made available according to the FAIR data principles (i.e. Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Re-usable) and made “as open as possible and as closed as necessary” (a principle introduced by the European Commission in Horizon 2020).
But what does FAIR mean in practice? The FAIR principles can be translated into actions that should be taken by researchers, infrastructure providers (e.g. IT centres, libraries), research funders, publishers and other actors. In particular, infrastructures and services can assist you in making your data FAIR(er) – let’s explore together what works.
In this meeting we will feature both local services which are available at Göttingen Campus as well as initiatives which target (cross-)disciplinary communities with a view on national and international infrastructures.
In case you would like to share your experiences in managing data in your own or collaborative project via a short presentation please get in touch!