Research Data Management (Doctoral Candidates & Postdocs+)
08. December 2022
Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Hosts: Clemens Engelhardt, Dr. Ursula Higgins, Dr. Thomas Martin, Dr. Birgit Regenfuß
Qualification Area: Science- and Project management
Registration: 08 November until 01 December 2022
Deregistration: until 01 December 2022
for members of the University of Bayreuth Graduate School via BayDOC
for Postdocs+ (= postdocs, habilitation candidates and junior professors (with and without tenure track) & junior research group leaders between habilitation and junior professorship) via WiN-UBT portal
Office of Research Support, IT Service Center and University Library
The workshop provides insight into the topic "Research Data Management". In a combination of presentation and discussion, we will address the following questions with you: What does research data management actually mean and how can data management of digital data succeed? What are "FAIR" Data? What requirements do the various funding organisations have when dealing with research data? What is the purpose of a data management plan? How can research data be stored? What metadata standards are avail-able? How can you publish your research data? Which licenses are available and where can I get more information on publishing my data? We present our RDM services, which are available to you as a researcher at the University of Bayreuth.
The workshop is aimed at participants who are interested in a first overview in Research Data Management.
- know the motivation for RDM from the perspective of the funding agencies
- know the advantages of a structured data management for the research process (FAIR principles).
- are aware of options for the long-term availability of research data (publication, storage, re-use)
- are aware of existing services at the UBT for RDM
- Clemens Engelhardt, Subject Head of the Departmental Library GEO, Subject Specialist for Engineering and Geosciences at the University Library
- Dr. Ursula Higgins, Head of the Office of Research Support
- Dr. Thomas Martin, Head of (Research) Data Management and Technical Support at the IT Service Center
- Dr. Birgit Regenfuß, Head of the Departmental Library NW I, Subject Specialist for Biology and Psychology at the University Library
For reasons of respect and fairness towards all participants and the workshop leaders, participants who miss more than 10% of the workshop are considered not to be present. You will therefore not receive a certificate and you will not be able to use the workshop in question to unlock funds or acquire further qualifications.