Are you a data manager working at a faculty, strategic theme or project, data engineer, data scientist, data librarian or other? Then join the basic Research Data Management introduction programme.
The programme ensures that data specialists at Utrecht University have a shared level of understanding about the overall trends and expectations in the field of research data management and open science. Furthermore, you will meet your peers and become part of the knowledge and expert network of Research Data Management Support (RDM Support).
This way you will be up to date with available services and tools and you will be able to deliver good quality support to your research community.
Programme Autumn 2018
This autumn we offer a new series of RDM workshops. The programme is divided into four sessions. You can attend either one, some or all of them.
Research IT and the development of IT Solutions
The afternoon will be divided in different sessions.
13.00 – 13.30 Research IT: IT support for research data management (by Menno Rasch)
The Utrecht University wide programme Research IT provides RDM Support, solutions on data management, it builds infrastructure for research and encourages innovation on IT in research through the Innovation Fund. You will hear more about the programme and the opportunities it offers to researchers and research support.
13.30 – 14.30 Introduction to Yoda, the share-collaborate environment for research data (by Ton Smeele)
Learn about the ways you can use Yoda for storing, sharing and publishing (privacy sensitive) research data.
14.30 – 15.30 Introduction to publishing research data, among others in DataverseNL @Utrecht University (by Felix Weijdema)
You will be guided along different ways of publishing research data and when to use which solution, with specific attention for DataverseNL for Utrecht Universityresearchers from Utrecht University.
15.30 – 16.30 Data storage solutions (by Martin Schuckman)
You will learn about the available data storage solutions for researchers at Utrecht University, and discuss the differences between them.
16.30 – 17.00 High Performance Computing (HPC) (by Kees van Eijden)
High Performance Computing (HPC) are computer services that are stronger than a single workstation or departmental server. You will get an overview of the HPC services by area of application, and some HPC practices within Utrecht University.