The team of the FAIR Data Austria project cordially invites you to the following webinar.
Research Data Management in the Life Sciences: From Writing DMPs to Lab Practices to RDM Support
Date and venue: 08.06.2021; 10:00 – 11:30 online
Target audience: researchers in the life science, data support staff & the interested public
Applying „good“ Research Data Management (RDM) practices and writing a Data Management Plan (DMP) according to the FAIR principles have become new requirements in the everyday scientific work for today´s researchers.
This webinar will introduce you to the topic RDM & the FAIR Data Austria project. The Austrian Science Fund FWF will inform you about their general requirements on writing DMPs for a research project and you will get some insight in RDM Lab Practices from a researchers view in the life sciences. Last but not least you will get to know the services & people behind the RDM-support-units at the three BioTechMed-Graz Universities.
A DMP is THE essential tool for RDM and helps with planning the research process. It is a (living) document that describes how research data for a project will be created, managed, stored, shared and preserved, justifying any restrictions that have to be applied. In addition to the benefits of having a DMP, funders – such as the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) – increasingly require (mandatory) DMPs and sharing of research data according to the so-called FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) principles as funding criteria.
- Opening: VR Caroline Schober, Chair of Executive Committee BioTechMed-Graz
- RDM & FAIR Data Austria: Ilire Hasani-Mavriqi, TU Graz Head of RDM Team
- The FWF Data Management Plan: Katharina Rieck, FWF Open Science Manager
- The Necessity for RDM in Computational Protein Design: Gustav Oberdorfer, TU Graz, Institute of Biochemistry, Research Group Protein Design
- RDM Support at BioTechMed-Graz Universities: Sarah Stryeck (TU Graz), Christian Kaier (Uni Graz), Therese Macher (Med Uni Graz)
Moderation: Peter Schaffer, Med Uni Graz
This event will be recorded. This recording will then be publicly available on the FAIR Data Austria website and in openly accessible repositories. If you do not want your video and audio recordings to be published, you can turn off both your camera and microphone during the entire event.
You will receive the information about dialing in by email in advance. Participation is limited, so please register by June 7th at the latest!