On June 24th, the Hessian Research Data Infrastructures initiative (HeFDI) will host their annual research data day. The agenda consists of five parallel tracks with lectures or workshops each, focusing on data modelling & programming, ELNs and and the NFDI. The event is targeted at researchers, teachers and all other interested parties. The HeFDI research … Continued
Author: Thorsten Schwetje
On June 23, NFDI4Ing is part of the virtual NFDI Satellite Event at the Joint Conference of Digital Libraries (JCDL) 2022.
On 9 and 10 June 2022, the 1st NFDI4Earth Plenary Meeting will take place in Dresden.
In the NFDI4Ing Base Service S-4, the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, RWTH Aachen University, Technical University of Darmstadt and University of Stuttgart are working together on curating, facilitating and improving access to research data repositories and storage systems for engineers.
Many researchers struggle with the complexity of RDM. The NFDI4Ing Task Area Frank aims to simplify RDM for researchers by supporting them with needed RDM knowledge, specific decision support along the RDM process and tooltips for their current RDM-step.
We are delighted to invite everyone interested in the current status and future outlook of research data management in engineering science to the 2nd annual NFDI4Ing conference taking place on October 26 & 27, 2022.
SciMesh is Caden’s RDF graph topology to map scientific results onto a knowledge graph. In Caden, we use SciMesh as a standard to map content of an ELN to a data format that can be read by other ELNs. An unsolved problem has been how to deal with processes that involve more than one specimen, or with subprocesses. We addressed this problem by adding so-called “concurrents” to SciMesh.
Data management plans are an important component of data management. One of the goals of the NFDI4Ing Base Service Quality Assurance in RDM processes and metrics for FAIR data (S-1) is to provide an engineering-specific customized Data Management Plan (DMP) template to support engineers.
The NFDI4Ing Base Service Research Software Development (S-2) provides infrastructure, best practices and templates to make research software and its development more replicable and reproducible while improving the quality of the written code.
On May 20th, the University of Bremen hosts a networking event for “NFDI consortia in the Bremer RDM ecosystem”. Read more…