Coffee Lectures on Research Data Management

Welcome to the Coffee Lectures on Research Data Management at UniSysCat! If you've ever wondered how to effectively organize, document, and share your research data, this series of online lectures is perfect for you.

Starting from early July 2023, join us every Monday at 13:30 (GMT) for a 15-minute presentation followed by questions and discussions, all held online via Zoom. Over the course of 10 sessions, we will explore various aspects of research data management, with a particular focus on catalysis and chemistry.

In these engaging sessions, we will cover a wide range of topics related to research data management, tailored specifically to the field of catalysis and chemistry. Whether you're a researcher, student, or simply interested in the world of research data, these lectures offer valuable insights and practical tips.

Here's a sneak peek of the topics we will explore:

Date Topic
2023-07-03        Introduction to Research Data Management          
2023-07-10 FAIR Data Principles
2023-07-17 Documentation and Metadata
2023-07-24 Cancelled
2023-07-31 Cancelled
2023-08-07 Data Management Plans (DMPs)
2023-08-14 Requirements of the Funders
(Invited speaker: Dr. Kerstin Freitag from the DFG)
2023-08-21 Publishing Research Data
2023-08-28 Tools for RDM - ELN
2023-09-04 Cancelled
2023-09-11 Cancelled
2023-09-18

Tools for RDM - TUB-DMP
(Invited speaker: Dr. Britta Steinke from the SZF)

2023-09-25 Cancelled
2023-10-02 Tools for RDM - DepositOnce
(Invited speaker: Dr. Britta Steinke from the SZF)
2023-10-09

Special Coffee Lectures: Open Science in Catalysis Research
(Invited speaker: Prof. Pedro Mendes)

2023-10-16 Tools for RDM - tubCloud
(Invited speaker: Thomas Hildmann from the ZECM)

 

To conclude this exciting series, on October 9th, we will have a special session dedicated to Open Science in Catalysis Research held by Prof. Pedro Mendes.

Join us for these weekly sessions, where you can relax with a cup of coffee and engage in stimulating discussions on research data management. Each lecture will be followed by an interactive Q&A session, allowing you to delve deeper into the topics and address any questions you may have.

Please note that all lectures will be conducted in English. No registration is required, and participation is free for all. Simply mark your calendars and join us online via Zoom:
https://tu-berlin.zoom.us/j/65474943483?pwd=U0hJdW84VGRENHMrbjBNaENrSmNZZz09

We look forward to virtually meeting you and exploring the fascinating realm of research data management together. Let's unlock the full potential of your research data!

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Consortium

Unifying Systems in Catalysis (UniSysCat) is funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) under Germany´s Excellence Strategy – EXC 2008– 390540038