NFDI4Ing conference 2022 - NFDI4Ing

NFDI4Ing Conference 2022 (online)

Everything at a Glance
When?   October 26 and 27, 2022,
between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Where?   Online (Free registration ↗)

Who?   Everyone interested in RDM within and beyond NFDI4Ing

What?   Topics regarding RDM, results and questions from the NFDI4Ing as well as guest lectures both national and international

Costs   Registration and participation in the conference are free of charge
Endowment of awards   500€ per award
News: The review phase has ended!
Thank you...
... to all the contributors and experts who have reviewed abstracts.
The review phase could be brought to a conclusion by your help. Notifications to the choosen contributors will be send until the end of september.

Most abstracts can be found at the abstracts page ↗ as a sneak preview of what you may expect at the conference.

Thank you too!
To all those who have handed in abstracts in the first place!
Conference Topics
The aim of the conference is to advance and unify international (research) data management and to foster exchange. We will discuss open issues and future challenges on topics such as terminologies, metadata, ontologies, repositories and many more. Likewise, opportunities for networking and exchange with the research community will be provided. Everyone is invited to contribute!
FAIR engineering science:
applying principles to practice
RDM tools and services:
usability and automation
Open science: impact and
visibility of engineering insights
Data literacy in
engineering education
Hands on RDM:
A full two day programme of workshops and demonstrations additionally to the presentations!
Whether researchers, teachers or industry representatives - all those interested in (research) data management are welcome. Through presentations of research results, informative workshops and tutorials, as well as case studies, we would like to discuss how data management can be implemented in engineering theory and practice.
Conference Proceedings: ing.grid's special issue
To make the contributions accessible to a broader audience, the contributors will have the chance to hand in additional papers, that will be peer-reviewed within ing.grid ↗ and later be published within the conference special issue of ing.grid.
ing.grid is firmly rooted in the engineering sciences and is committed to the principles of Open Data, Open Access and Open Review. It welcomes contributions from all engineering subject areas. Moreover, the journal recognizes connections and common practices across all subdisciplines of the engineering community and encourages active exchange of experiences.

The open peer review policy of ing.grid offers collaboration with the reviewing not only reserved for the assigned referees: The community can also take part in the discussion before the publishing of the article. After the article is accepted, the review discussion comments are made available and marked with a DOI to ensure transparency of the review process.

The journal aims to share the results of scientific work conducted with society. To publish at ing.grid, authors should choose a CC-BY licence for their work. This licence allows the journal and its publications to hold on to the principles of open science.
NFDI4Ing Awards 2022

RDM solutions with impact on science in 2022!

NFDI4Ing_Award_2022

In the course of the NFDI4Ing Conference 2022 two awards for RDM solutions will be given: We will honour the best RDM tool as well as the best conference contribution! Each award is endowed with 500€.

NFDI4Ing Award 2022 for the best RDM Solution

(Software) solution for RDM

Endowment: 500€

Conditions apply: Nominated and adwarded can be all RDM solutions that were created outside NFDI4Ing. With respect to the thematical broadness of RDM, a tool and its related conference contribution cannot win both awards at the same time. Updates on the nomination and selection process will follow. 

NFDI4Ing Award 2022 for the best Conference Contribution

Conference contribution in this year’s conference

Endowment: 500€

Conditions apply: Nominated and adwarded can be all conference contributions. With respect to the thematical broadness of RDM, a tool and its related conference contribution cannot win both awards at the same time. Updates on the nomination and selection process will follow. 

Click here to get to know the review process and award criteria The review process is divided into multiple steps. First, all contributors have handed in an abstract of their contribution, most of which can be found at the abstracts page ↗ as a sneak preview of what you may expect at the conference. Abstracts that did not match the requierements e.g. in terms of length or language have been sorted out beforehand.

Following to that, abstracts have been reviewed three times:
  1. Blind peer review by another contributor who is not affiliated or linked to the contribution in any other way
  2. A second blind peer review, that follows the same standards
  3. A blind expert review by the NFDI4Ing, which also ensures that the reviewer has no affiliation to the reviewed abstract
As a result of the review three nominees for each award are declared.
Note: As there are two contributions which qualify for both awards in this years conference, there will be four nominees in each category to exclude the case of only two possible winners for one award if a a contribution nominated for both awards wins an award.

On the conference a jury consisting of members of the NFDI4Ing Community Clusters (one from each Cluster) will judge the nominees contributions at the conference (not their abstracts) independently from their review outcome. However, one contribution is not eligible to win both awards, no matter the jury outcome!

At the end of the conference, the winners are declared.
Preliminary Agenda
To give you a better overview over the programme, the contributions have been structured into multiple categories listed below. The categories are colour coded to help you identify corresponding contributions within the agenda.
Fringe programme

Everything taking place around the contributions and key notes

Key Notes

Invited speakers present on one of their topics in the field of RDM

Workshops and Demonstrations

Invited speakers present on one of their topics in the field of RDM

Fringe programme

Invited speakers present on one of their topics in the field of RDM

Fringe programme

Invited speakers present on one of their topics in the field of RDM

The NFDI4Ing Conference 2022 comes along with the following program of presentations, workshops and networking opportunities:
Wednesday, October 26, 2022
All times in CET

08:45 – 09:00

🎫 Arrival and virtual Check-In

09:00 – 10:00

Welcome, Key Notes and Presentation of the Agenda

09:00 – 09:15

Welcome and programme overview

Tobias Hamann and Mario Moser
(Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL) of RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany)

09:15 – 09:45 Uhr

Key Note: TBD

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Robert Schmitt
(Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL) of RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany)

09:45 – 10:15 Uhr

Key Note: TBD

Dr. Theofanis P. Raptis
(Institute of Informatics and Telematics, National Research Council of Italy, Pisa, Italy)

10:15 – 10:30

Short Break

10:30 – 12:00


10:30 - 11:00 ID: 798  

» PIA – A concept for a Personal Information Assistant for Data Analysis ↗

Christopher Schnur
(Saarland University, Lab for Measurement Technology & ZeMA – Center for Mechatronics and Automation Technology gGmbH, Saarbrücken, Germany)


11:00 - 11:30 ID: 809  

» Effective Research Data Sharing during the Plant Evolution in the automated Production Domain ↗

Fan Ji
(Institute of Automation and Information Systems, TUM School of Engineering and Design, Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany)

Nominee for:
NFDI4Ing Award 2022 for the best Conference Contribution

11:30 - 12:00 ID:  

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10:30 - 12:00 ID: 855  

» How to use re3data – Creating, editing, and analyzing information on research data repositories ↗

Nina Weisweiler
(Helmholtz Association, Helmholtz Open Science Office, Bonn, Germany)

12:00 – 13:00

🍝 Lunch Break

13:00 – 14:30

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13:30 – 14:30


13:00 - 14:00 ID: 833  

» Metadata and Terminology Services. A Toolchain for comprehensive Data- and Knowledge Management ↗

Felix Engel
(Technische Informationsbibliothek, TIB, Hannover, Deutschland)


14:00 - 14:30 ID:  

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13:00 - 14:30 ID: 831  

» Beyond Data Literacy in Engineering – What Media Literacy has to offer for Critical Data Literacy ↗

Samira Khodaei
(Information Management in Mechanical Engineering (IMA), RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany)

Nominee for:
NFDI4Ing Award 2022 for the best Conference Contribution

14:30 – 15:00

☕ Coffee break and networking session

15:00 – 16:00


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15:30 - 16:00 ID: 852  

» Prepare RDM for Decentralized and Blockchain-Based Data Source ↗

Wendy(Pengyin) Shan
(Digital Initiatives, University of Alberta Library, Canada)

Nominee for:
NFDI4Ing Award 2022 for the best RDM Solution
NFDI4Ing Award 2022 for the best Conference Contribution

15:00 - 16:00 ID:  

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15:00 - 16:00 ID: 802  

» FAIR play integrated right from the start - Coscine ↗

Ilona Lang
(IT Center, RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany)

16:00 – 16:30 Uhr

Key Note: "Help!: Data Help Desk spurs scientists toward responsible research data management"

Bradley Wade Bishop Ph.D.
(University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA)

16:30 – 17:00

Wrap up of the day and outlook on the next day

Tobias Hamann and Mario Moser
(Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL) of RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany)

Thursday, October 27, 2022
All times in CET

08:45 – 09:00

🎫 Arrival and virtual Check-In

09:00 – 09:15

Welcome and programme overview

Tobias Hamann and Mario Moser
(Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL) of RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany)

09:15 – 09:45 Uhr

Key Note: "Data Management: Global challenges, Global Collaborations"

Hilary Hanahoe
(Secretary General Research Data Alliance, Pisa, Italy)

09:45 – 10:15


09:45 - 10:15 ID: 813  

» ing.grid – FAIR Publishing with Open Review ↗

Kevin Logan
(Chair of Fluid Systems, TU Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany)

10:15 – 10:30

Short Break

10:30 – 12:00


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11:00 - 11:30 ID: 812  

» Towards Improved Findability of Energy Research Software by Developing a Metadata-based Registry ↗

Stephan Ferenz
(University of Oldenburg – Department of Computer Science, Oldenburg, Germany)

Nominee for:
NFDI4Ing Award 2022 for the best RDM Solution

11:30 - 12:00 ID:  

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10:30 - 12:00 ID: 789  

» Wikidata beginners’ workshop ↗

Évariste Demandt
(IT Center, RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany)

12:00 – 13:00

🍝 Lunch Break

13:00 – 13:30 Uhr

Key Note: TBD

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter F. Pelz
(Chair of Fluid Systems, TU Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany)

13:30 – 14:30


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» RSpace: An Electronic Lab Noteook designed to enhance FAIR workflows and FAIRification of research data ↗

Rory Macneil
(Research Space, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom)

Nominee for:
NFDI4Ing Award 2022 for the best RDM Solution
NFDI4Ing Award 2022 for the best Conference Contribution

14:30 – 15:00

☕ Coffee break and networking session

15:00 – 16:00


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15:30 - 16:00 ID: 800  

» A-Match: Facilitating Data Exchange Between Different Applications via API Matching ↗

Sarah Böning
(German Aerospace Center (DLR) Institute of Data Science, Germany)

Nominee for:
NFDI4Ing Award 2022 for the best Conference Contribution

15:00 - 15:30 ID:  

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» A No-Nonsense Guide to Higher Code Quality for Researchers
- feat. Unit Testing ↗


Michaela Leštáková
(Chair of Fluid Systems, TU Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany)

16:00 – 16:30

Key Note: "Building LIMS in FAIR Research Data communities"

Gretchen Greene Ph.D.
(National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, USA)

16:30 – 16:45

Awards

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Robert Schmitt, Tobias Hamann and Mario Moser
(Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL) of RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany)

16:45 – 17:00

Outlook and farewell

Tobias Hamann and Mario Moser
(Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL) of RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany)

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Im Rahmen des Community Meeting lobt NFD4Ing einen Award für die beste FDM-Lösung des Jahres 2022 aus. Nominiert werden können alle Lösungen, die nicht im Kontext von NFDI4Ing selbst entstanden sind. Wenn Sie selbst an einer Lösung mitgestaltet haben oder die Lösung andere nominieren möchten, würden wir uns freuen, wenn Sie uns eine entsprechende Nachricht mit dem Betreff “NFDI4Ing Award” an folgenden Adresse senden: community@nfdi4ing.de

Conference Topics
The aim of the conference is to advance and unify international (research) data management and to foster exchange. We will discuss open issues and future challenges on topics such as terminologies, metadata, ontologies, repositories and many more. Likewise, opportunities for networking and exchange with the research community will be provided. Everyone is invited to contribute!
  • FAIR engineering science: applying principles to practice
  • RDM tools and services: usability and automation
  • Open science: impact and visibility of engineering insights
  • Data literacy in engineering education
Open science: impact and
visibility of engineering insights
Data literacy in
engineering education
Whether researchers, teachers or industry representatives - all those interested in (research) data management are welcome. Through presentations of research results, informative workshops and tutorials, as well as case studies, we would like to discuss how data management can be implemented in engineering theory and practice.

Alles auf einen Blick
Everything at a glance

Daten sind der Rohstoff der Zukunft. In der Forschung erfahren FAIRe Daten, Datenqualität und Forschungsdatenmanagement (FDM) daher einen stetigen Zuwachs an Bedeutung. Ebenso gilt es in der Industrie, Daten zu erfassen, zu strukturieren und auszuwerten.

Data is the commodity of the future. In research, FAIR data, data quality and research data management (RDM) are therefore experiencing a steady increase in importance. Likewise, in industry it is important to collect, structure and evaluate data.

Mit der NFDI4Ing Konferenz bringen wir Forschung und Industrie zusammen zum Austausch, gegenseitigen Lernen und Vernetzen.

The NFDI4Ing conference brings together research and industry for exchange, mutual learning and networking.

Daten sind der Rohstoff der Zukunft. In der Forschung erfahren FAIRe Daten, Datenqualität und Forschungsdatenmanagement (FDM) daher einen stetigen Zuwachs an Bedeutung. Ebenso gilt es in der Industrie, Daten zu erfassen, zu strukturieren und auszuwerten.

Data is the commodity of the future. In research, FAIR data, data quality and research data management (RDM) are therefore experiencing a steady increase in importance. Likewise, in industry it is important to collect, structure and evaluate data.

Mit den NFDI4Ing Community Meetings bringen wir Forschung und Industrie zusammen zum Austausch, gegenseitigen Lernen und Vernetzen. Um der Vielfältigkeit der Ingenieurwissenschaften gerecht zu werden, fokussieren wir uns hier auf die Community im Maschinenbau und der Produktionstechnik (CC-41).

The NFDI4Ing Community Meetings bring together research and industry for exchange, mutual learning and networking. In order to fulfill the diversity of the engineering sciences, this community meeting focuses on the community in mechanical engineering and production technology (CC-41).

Erfahren Sie mehr über aktuelle Entwicklungen des Forschungsdatenmanagements in unseren Themenblöcken  "Get a grip on RDM"  und  "Metadata, Workflows and Ontologies" . Die Veranstaltung ist ebenfalls in diese beiden Slots geteilt, sodass zu jeder Zeit zwei Vorträge stattfinden, jeweils zu einem der beiden Themenblöcke zugehörig. Was Sie in den einzelnen Themenblöcken erwartet können Sie der folgenden Übersicht entnehmen. Darüber hinaus finden Sie ausklappbare Abstracts der Beiträge, indem Sie Beitragstitel mit dem ▶ Symbol anklicken.

Learn more about the current activities on research data management in our topic segments  "Get a grip on RDM"  and  "Metadata, Workflows and Ontologies" . The whole event is divided into these two slots, so there will be two talks at any given time, each associated with one of the two topic segments. What you can expect in the individual topic segments can be seen in the following overview. Additionally we have added fold-out abstracts to the contributions. You can find these by klicking the contribution topics with the symbol.

Wann? 26. und 27. Oktober 2022,
jeweils von 9:00 bis 17:00 Uhr
Wo? TBD:
Online oder vor Ort an der RWTH Aachen
Wer? Alle FDM-Interessierten innerhalb und außerhelb der NFDI4Ing
Was? Themen rund um FDM, Ergebnisse und Fragen aus der NFDI4Ing sowie nationale und internationale Gastvorträge
When? October 26th and 27th, 2022,
between 9AM and 5PM
Where? TBD:
Online or live at the RWTH Aachen
Who? Everyone interested in RDM within and beyond NFDI4Ing

What? Topics regarding RDM, results and questions from the NFDI4Ing as well as guest lectures both national and international
Award_2021.jpg

ABBA wurde als favorisierte FDM-Band des
Jahres gewählt! Weitere Informationen hier.

Im Rahmen der Konferenz wurde von NFD4Ing auch ein Award für die beste FDM-Lösung des Jahres 2021 ausgelobt. Nominiert werden konnten alle Lösungen, die nicht im Kontext von NFDI4Ing selbst entstanden sind. Als Teilnehmer der Konferenz bestand die Möglichkeit die Stimme für eine favorisierte Lösung abzugeben. Eine Liste aller nominierten FDM-Lösungen finden Sie hier

NFDI4Ing_Award_2022

Nominate Your Favorite FDM Solution of the Year!

Im Rahmen des Community Meeting lobt NFD4Ing einen Award für die beste FDM-Lösung des Jahres 2022 aus. Nominiert werden können alle Lösungen, die nicht im Kontext von NFDI4Ing selbst entstanden sind. Wenn Sie selbst an einer Lösung mitgestaltet haben oder die Lösung andere nominieren möchten, würden wir uns freuen, wenn Sie uns eine entsprechende Nachricht mit dem Betreff “NFDI4Ing Award” an folgenden Adresse senden: community@nfdi4ing.de

Im Rahmen der Konferenz lobt NFD4Ing einen Award für die beste FDM-Lösung des Jahres 2022 aus. Nominiert werden können alle Lösungen, die nicht im Kontext von NFDI4Ing selbst entstanden sind. Als Teilnehmer der Konferenz haben Sie die Möglichkeit selbst Ihre Stimme für Ihre favorisierte Lösung abzugeben. Eine Liste aller nominierten FDM-Lösungen finden Sie hier

As part of the conference, NFD4Ing is announcing an award for the best FDM solution of the year 2022. All solutions that have not been developed in the context of NFDI4Ing itself can be nominated. So if you contributed to a solution yourself or would like to recommend a solution of others, we would be pleased if you would nominate it in the following.

Preliminary agenda
The NFDI4Ing Conference 2022 comes along with the following program of presentations, workshops and networking opportunities:
Wednesday, October 26, 2022
All times in CET

08:45 – 09:00

🎫 Arrival and virtual Check-In

09:00 – 17:00

TBA

Thursday, October 27, 2022
All times in CET

08:45 – 09:00

🎫 Arrival and virtual Check-In

09:00 – 17:00

TBA

Get a grip on RDM

Special Interest Groups (SIGs) und Sektionen
Special Interest Groups (SIGs) and sections

Erfahren Sie mehr über die themenübergreifenden Kollaborationen innerhalb der NFDI4Ing sowie über die vier NFDI-übergreifendenen Sektionen. In diesem Slot finden sich Themen zu FDM-Qualitätssicherung und -Training sowie zu rechtlichen und ethischen Aspekte.

Learn more about the cross-topic collaborations within NFDI4Ing as well as the sections that span the entire NFDI. In this slot the topics of RDM Quality Assurance, RDM Training as well as legal and ethics aspects are discussed.


FDM Anwendungsfälle aus den Exzellenzclustern der CC-41
RDM Use Cases in the clusters of excellence of CC-41

Gelebtes FDM in der Praxis wird in zwei spannenden Use-Cases vorgestellt: Das Excellenzcluster Internet of Production möchte in seinem Workshop herausfinden, wie disziplinspezifische und anwendungsnahe Datenmanagementpläne aussehen können. Hier ist die Community zur Mitarbeit aufgerufen! Anschließend zweigt das Exzellenzcluster Fuel Science Center mit der FSC-Plattform ein Tool, das in der Praxis anwendung findet.

FDM in practice will be presented in two exciting use cases: In its workshop, the Internet of Production Excellence Cluster wants to find out what discipline-specific and application-oriented data management plans can look like. Here, the community is called upon to participate! Subsequently, the Cluster of Excellence Fuel Science Center will present the FSC platform, a tool that is used in practice.


Bisher kaum bekannte/ genutzte Tools für die Unterstützung der Forschung
Previously little known/used tools to support research.

Erfahren Sie in diesem Slot etwas über Tools, die Ihrer Forschung helfen könnten. In der Produktionstechnik werden auch Versuche gefahren, welche Dokumentiert werden müssen. Elektronische Laborbücher sind finden derzeit kaum Anwendung in der CC-41 Community, können aber hierbei sehr hilfreich sein. Gleiches gilt für die Datenrepositorien-Suchmaschine re3data, in der die CC-41 kaum vertreten ist. Das wollen wir ändern!

Learn in this slot about tools that could help your research. In production engineering, there are also experiments that need to be documented. Electronic lab books are currently hardly used in the CC-41 community, but can be very helpful here. The same is true for the data repository search engine re3data, where CC-41 is hardly represented. We want to change that!

Metadata, Workflows and Ontologies

Special Interest Groups (SIGs) und Sektionen
Special Interest Groups (SIGs) and sections

Dieser Slot beinhaltet anwendungsübergreifende Kollaborationen innerhalb der NFDI4Ing und darüber hinaus. Hier dreht sich alles um Terminologien, Metadaten, Ontologien, Workflows und Infrastrukturen.

This slot adresses cross-application collaborations within NFDI4Ing and beyond. Here topics like terminologies, metadata, ontologies, workflows and infrastructures are presented.



Von Terminologien zu Metadaten-Nutzung
From Terminologies to metadata usage

In drei aufeinanderfolgenden Vorträgen wird zuerst der Terminology Service vorgestellt, welcher in der Plattform AIMS verwendet wird. Mit AIMS wiederum lassen sich Applikationsprofile auf der Basis von bestehenden Metadatenschemata erstellen. Das Datenrepositorium Coscine nutzt diese zur Bereitstellung von Metadaten. Somit ergibt sich eine Toolchain, die aufeinander aufbaut und bestrebt ist, einen echten Mehrwert zu liefern.

In three consecutive presentations, the Terminology Service will be introduced first, which is used in the AIMS platform. With AIMS on the other hand, application profiles can be created based on existing metadata standards. The data repository Coscine uses those to provide metadata. This results in a toolchain that builds on each other and strives to deliver real value in RDM.


Ontology Prime Time
Ontology Prime Time

Prime Time im Community Meeting: Die "Ontologies Experts Group" des Exzellenzclusters Internet of Production und fairsharing.org stellen sich vor. Ein Muss für alle Ontologie-Fans!

Prime Time at the Community Meeting: The "Ontologies Experts Group" of the Cluster of Excellence Internet of Production and fairsharing.org introduce themselves. A must for all ontology fans!

Sonderausgabe | Special issue

Übergreifende Spezialthemen
Overarching special topics

Alle, die sich schon hinreichend über die NFDI4Ing und ihre Aktivitäten informiert haben finden in diesem Beitragstripel Spezialthemen zu dem Journal ing.grid, den FAIR Data Spaces und Hardware.
For those of you who are already well informed about NFDI4Ing and its activities, this trio of articles includes special topics on the ing.grid journal, FAIR Data Spaces, and hardware.

High noon

FDM Anwendungsfälle aus der CC-41
RDM Use Cases in CC-41

FDM zum anfassen gibt es bei diesen drei spannenden Use-Cases!
Get in touch with RDM and our three exiting Use Cases!

High noon

Von Terminologien zu Metadaten-Nutzung
From Terminologies to Metadata-Usage

In drei aufeinanderfolgenden Vorträgen wird zuerst der Terminology Service vorgestellt, welcher später in AIMS eingebunden werden soll. AIMS selbst soll in Coscine anwendung finden. Somit ergibt sich eine Toolchain, die aufeinander Aufbaut und bestrebt ist, einen echten Mehrwert zu liefern.
In three consecutive presentations, the Terminology Service will be introduced first, which will later be integrated into AIMS. AIMS itself will be applied in Coscine. This results in a toolchain that builds on each other and strives to deliver real value in RDM.

Data dawn at dusk

Es gibt kein "Zu viel FDM"
There is no such thing as "too much RDM"

Sie können nicht genug von FDM kriegen? Erfahren Sie mehr über die Möglichkeiten, sich über FDM zu informieren und auszutauschen!
Not enough RDM for your liking? Find out about other offers regarding RDM information and networking!

Data dawn at dusk

Ontology Prime Time
Ontology Prime Time

Prime Time im Community Meeting: Die Ontologies Experts Group des IoP und fairsharing.org stellen sich vor. Ein Muss für alle Ontologie-Fans!
Prime Time at the Community Meeting: The Ontologies Experts Group of the IoP and fairsharing.org introduce themselves. A must for all ontology fans!

Award_2021.jpg

Kadi4Mat wurde als favorisierte FDM-Lösung des
Jahres gewählt! Weitere Informationen hier.

Im Rahmen der Konferenz wurde von NFD4Ing auch ein Award für die beste FDM-Lösung des Jahres 2021 ausgelobt. Nominiert werden konnten alle Lösungen, die nicht im Kontext von NFDI4Ing selbst entstanden sind. Als Teilnehmer der Konferenz bestand die Möglichkeit die Stimme für eine favorisierte Lösung abzugeben. Eine Liste aller nominierten FDM-Lösungen finden Sie hier

Vorträge und Agenda

Agenda

Im Community Meeting CC-41 2022 erwartet Sie folgendes Programm aus Vorträgen, Workshops und Vernetzungsmöglichkeiten:

The CC-41 2022 Community Meeting comes along with the following program of presentations, workshops and networking opportunities:

Donnerstag, 03.03.2022

Thursday, March 3rd, 2022

Alle Zeiten in MEZ

All times in CET

08:45 – 09:00 Uhr

🎫 Ankommen und virtueller Check-In | Arrival and virtual Check-In

09:00 – 09:15 Uhr

Begrüßung und Vorstellung des Programms | Welcoming and Introduction to the agenda

» Tobias Hamann, Mario Moser (NFDI4Ing Community Cluster CC-41)
(15 Min, DE)

09:15 – 09:45 Uhr

Key Note: Vorsprung durch Forschungsdatenmanagement
Neue Werkzeuge für nachhaltige Produktionsforschung

» Prof. Robert Schmitt (Sprecher NFDI4Ing) 
(30 Min, DE)

09:45 – 10:15 Uhr

Vorstellung und Update zur NFDI4Ing | Presentation and Update regarding NFDI4Ing

» Mario Moser (NFDI4Ing Community Cluster CC-41)
(30 Min, DE)

10:15 – 10:30 Uhr

☕ Pause | Break

10:30 – 12:00 Uhr

Morgendliche Aussicht | Morning view
Derzeitige Aktivitäten in der NFDI4Ing: Special Interest Groups (SIGs) der NFDI4Ing und Sektionen der NFDI e.V.

Current Activities in the NFDI4Ing: Special Interest Groups (SIGs) of the NFDI4Ing and sections of the NFDI e.V.

Themenübergreifende Kollaborationen in NFDI4Ing und darüber hinaus

Cross-topic collaborations within and beyond NFDI4Ing

10:30 - 11:00 Uhr

SIG FDM Training
» Manuela Richter
(30 Min, DE)

11:00 - 11:30 Uhr

SIG Quality Assurance & FAIR Metriken
» Iryna Mozgova
(30 Min, DE)

11:30 - 11:45 Uhr

Sektion EduTrain (Training & Education)
» Manuela Richter
(15 Min, DE)

11:45 - 12:00 Uhr

Sektion ELSA (Ethical, Legal & Social Aspects)
» Griscka Petri
(15 Min, DE)

Anwendungsübergreifende Kollaborationen in NFDI4Ing und darüber hinaus

Cross-application collaborations within and beyond NFDI4Ing

10:30 - 11:00 Uhr

SIG Workflow Tools 
» Dennis Gläser
(30 Min, DE)

11:00 - 11:30 Uhr

SIG Metadata & Ontologies
» Susanne Arndt
(30 Min, DE)

11:30 - 11:45 Uhr

Sektion Common Infrastructures
» Dr. Sonja Schimmler
(15 Min, DE)

11:45 - 12:00 Uhr

Sektion Meta(daten), Terminologien und Provenienz
» Dr. Rainer Stotzka
(15 Min, DE)

Themenübergreifende Kollaborationen in NFDI4Ing und darüber hinaus

Cross-topic collaborations within and beyond NFDI4Ing

10:30 - 11:00 Uhr 1O1

SIG FDM Training
Research data management (RDM) training and data literacy education is a crosscutting topic within NFDI4Ing and beyond the consortium. While a variety of materials and concepts already exist, it is challenging to select and adapt them to the needs of the engineering community.
The SIG RDM training & education serves to facilitate communication between archetypes, base services and community clusters (CCs) within NFDI4Ing. It also connects to the developments in the NFDI section „Training & Education“ as well as other cross-regional initiatives on RDM training. By creating a channel for communication with the community, the SIG aims to support the measures S-6/CC-2 in their goal of utilization, evaluation and adaptation of materials and concepts for basic RDM training according to the needs of the engineering sciences. Quelle ↗

» Manuela Richter
(30 Min, DE)
11:00 - 11:30 Uhr 1O2

SIG Quality Assurance & FAIR Metriken
The SIG quality assurance and metrics for FAIR data provides and discusses standards, metrics and guidelines for organizing data curation based on existing best practices and the FAIR data principles. The SIG focuses on challenges and applications of quality assurance and metrics in the context of NFDI4Ing, but many issues are transferable and apply to many types of data and research data management processes. Furthermore, the methods and tools developed by NFDI4Ing for the self-organization and self-monitoring of quality and maturity of research data and data management processes require an ongoing exchange of experience between different national and international stakeholders. For this reason, close collaboration with researchers in other NFDI consortia and the larger scientific community is a major goal of the SIG. Quelle ↗

» Dr. Iryna Mozgova
(30 Min, DE)
11:30 - 11:45 Uhr 1O3

Sektion EduTrain (Training & Education)
Ein besseres Forschungsdatenmanagement im täglichen Betrieb beruht auf den Kenntnissen der einzelnen Forscher:innen. Daher setzt sich NFDI für die Stärkung der Datenkompetenz in universitärer und außeruniversitärer Forschung ein. In der Sektion „Training & Education“ sollen Schulungsmodule mit Lehrmaterialien entwickelt werden, die sich an dem Bedarf der Zielgruppen orientieren. Zudem soll ein Zertifikatskurs für Data Stewards, Personen, die innerhalb einer Institution für eine gute Datenqualität zuständig sind, konzipiert werden. Quelle ↗

» Manuela Richter
(15 Min, DE)
11:45 - 12:00 Uhr 1O4

Sektion ELSA (Ethical, Legal & Social Aspects)
Die Bereitstellung und der Austausch von Forschungsdaten sind oftmals mit Rechtsfragen verbunden. Im Umgang mit personenbezogenen Daten muss beispielsweise der Datenschutz besonders berücksichtigt werden, während in anderen Bereichen das Immaterialgüterrecht, also der Schutz des geistigen Eigentums, eine besondere Rolle spielt. Die Sektion „Ethical, Legal & Social Aspects“ soll ein Austauschforum für rechtliche, sozialwissenschaftliche und forschungsethische Erfahrungen bieten. Gemeinsam sollen Leitlinien und rechtliche Standards für das Forschungsdatenmanagement im Wissenschaftsalltag erarbeitet werden. Quelle ↗

» Dr. Dr. Grischka Petri
(15 Min, DE)
Allesübergreifende Themen: Journals, Data Spaces, Hardware

Cross-everything: Journals, Data Spaces, Hardware

10:30 - 11:00 Uhr1G1

Journal ing.grid
The journal is committed to the principles of Open Data, Open Access and Open Review. Open Data enhances transparency of scientific processes, accountability of researchers and reusability of research results. Open Access facilitates the dissemination of scientific discoveries, making them operational for addressing societal issues. Open Review nurtures vibrant scholarly discussion.
The journal is firmly rooted in the engineering sciences. It welcomes contributions from all engineering subject areas. Moreover, the journal recognizes connections and common practices across all subdisciplines of the engineering community and encourages active exchange of experiences. Quelle ↗

» Kevin Logan
(30 Min, DE)
11:00 - 11:30 Uhr1G2

Gaia-X meets FDM: Die FAIR Data Spaces
In den Fair Data Spaces werden die föderierte, sichere Dateninfrastruktur Gaia-X und NFDI zu einem gemeinsamen, cloud-basierten Datenraum für Industrie und Forschung unter Einhaltung der FAIR-Prinzipien verbunden. Das heißt, Daten sollen auffindbar, zugreifbar, interoperabel und wiederverwendbar (findable, accessible, interoperable, reusable) geteilt werden. Quelle ↗

» Dr. Marius Politze
(30 Min, DE)
11:30 - 12:00 Uhr 1G3

Open.Make - Towards open and FAIR hardware
Abstract: Currently, some grassroots initiatives are pushing to develop an "open hardware strategy for science" that extends open source principles from software to physical products. This is very much in line with the promotion of FAIR data principles. Open.Make aims to explore best practices for creating and publishing research hardware and to develop a prototype publishing platform for research hardware. Lessons learned will also inform open access guidelines to assess and ensure replicability of hardware in science. Given the wider role of academic research in society, a new career path for open and FAIR hardware engineers may also emerge in the future. Quelle ↗

» Robert Mies
(30 Min, DE)

11:30 - 12:00 Uhr

Coming soon

Anwendungsübergreifende Kollaborationen in NFDI4Ing und darüber hinaus

Cross-application collaborations within and beyond NFDI4Ing

10:30 - 11:00 Uhr 1P1

SIG Workflow Tools
Software-driven scientific workflows are often characterized by a complex interplay of various pieces of software executed in a particular order. Moreover, each process in a workflow may pose a number of requirements on the software or hardware environment.
In this SIG, we want to elaborate, together with the scientific community, a vision on how scientific workflows should be created, packaged, and published in order to be as FAIR as possible. We want to evaluate if existing workflow tools provide reusable solutions, and identify the capabilities that are missing to reach our goal: reproducible research workflows, by anyone, anywhere and anytime. Quelle ↗

» Dr. Dennis Gläser
(30 Min, DE)
11:00 - 11:30 Uhr 1P2

SIG Metadata & Ontologies
The SIG metadata & ontologies supports the exchange between NFDI4Ing Archetypes, Community Clusters and Base Services on cross-sectional topics on metadata and ontologies as well as services using such resources. It allows the different groups to update each other on their progress and requirements and to develop services that meet practical demands in research data management in engineering.
The SIG will develop a metadata model for engineering research metadata according to the community’s needs in its subgroup Metadata4Ing, thereby fostering harmonization activities in NFDI4Ing. It will also follow and contribute to cross-consortia activities related to metadata and ontologies. Its subgroup Metadata4Ing has already hosted a cross-consortia workshop and will continue to collaborate with other NFDI consortia by joining the future NFDI section “(Meta)data – terminologies – provenance” which is currently forming. Quelle ↗

» Susanne Arndt
(30 Min, DE)
11:30 - 11:45 Uhr 1P3

Sektion Common Infrastructures Über eigene, vereinzelte Informationsinfrastrukturen verfügen bereits verschiedene Forschungsdisziplinen. Damit diese heterogenen Angebote in Zukunft interoperabel nutzbar sind und der interdisziplinäre (Daten-)Austausch vorangetrieben wird, sollen diese in eine gemeinsame Infrastruktur eingebettet werden. Angedacht ist die Realisierung einer multi-cloud-basierten Basis-Infrastruktur. In der Sektion „Common Infrastructures“ werden außerdem die Themen nachhaltige Nutzbarkeit und Langzeitarchivierung eine Rolle spielen. Quelle ↗

» Dr. Sonja Schimmler
(15 Min, DE)
11:45 - 12:00 Uhr 1P4

Sektion Meta(daten), Terminologien und Provenienz
Gemeinsame Standards im Forschungsdatenmanagement sind die Grundlage für die Möglichkeit einer effektiven Nachnutzung von Daten. Die Sektion „(Meta)daten, Terminologien und Provenienz“ arbeitet daran. Entwickelt werden sollen Best Practices zur Modellierung von Terminologien, Vokabularen und Ontologien. Zudem sollen unter anderem einheitliche und nachvollziehbare Dokumentationsverfahren von technischen und kulturellen Aspekten des Entstehungskontextes von (Meta-)Daten etabliert werden. Quelle ↗

» Dr. Rainer Stotzka
(15 Min, DE)

12:00 – 13:00 Uhr

🍝 Mittagspause | Lunch break

13:00 – 14:30 Uhr

Dreizehn Uhr mittags | High noon
Use Cases und Metadaten

Use Cases and Metadata

FDM-Use Cases in Maschinenbau und Produktiontechnik anhand zweier Exzellenzcluster

RDM Use Cases related to mechanical and production engineering on the basis of two clusters of excellence

13:00 - 14:00 Uhr 2O1

Workshop: Entwickeln und Implementieren von Datenmanagementplänen für ingenieurswissenschaftliche Projekte des Exzellenzclusters Internet of Production (IoP)
Wie können generische Datenmanagementpläne fachspezifisch angepasst und erweitert werden?
Wie gelingt es, die Datenmanagementpläne innerhalb vorhandener Projektstrukturen zu etablieren?
Diesen beiden Fragen gehen wir mit Input aus Projekten der Research Data Alliance und des Exzellenzclusters Internet of Production auf den Grund.

» Soo-Yon Kim
» Sabine Schönau
(60 Min, DE)
14:00 - 14:30 Uhr 2O2

Harnessing the valuable knowledge in the interdisciplinary cluster of excellence "The Fuel Science Center (FSC)"
The FSC-Platform keeps about 30 scientific institutes and 170 researchers up to date on the cluster's research results. Here, the project descriptions and results as well as current publications are displayed in a transparent and standardised form. This enables researchers to see who has published what, with whom on which topic in one or more projects. These information are used by the FSC steering committee to adjust the research direction of the entire cluster with respect to content.

» Robert Jungnickel
(30 Min, EN)

14:00 - 14:30 Uhr

Coming soon

Von Terminologien zur Metadaten-Verwendung

From Terminologies to Metadata-Usage



13:00 - 13:30 Uhr 2P1

Terminology Service
» Dr. Felix Engel
(30 Min, DE)

13:30 - 14:00 Uhr 2P2

AIMS: Applying Interoperable Metadata Standards
Gute wissenschaftliche Praxis erfordert eine präzise und verständliche Dokumentation der Ergebnisse. Forschungsdatenmanagement auf Basis weitreichend standardisierter Metadaten ist daher von essenzieller Bedeutung. Dies ist umso wichtiger, wenn Forschende ihre eigenen Forschungsdaten teilen und publizieren oder archivierte Daten Dritter nachnutzen möchten. Anhand eines Anwendungsfalls aus der Produktionstechnik wird demonstriert wie eine Integration moderner Standards den Forschungsalltag in Zukunft bereichern wird. In AIMS gestaltet ein interdisziplinäres Team die Entwicklung einer Plattform zum Erstellen und Teilen von anwendungsspezifischen Metadatenschemata mit hoher Interoperabilität und Nachnutzbarkeit.

» Nils Preuß
(30 Min, DE)
14:00 - 14:30 Uhr 2P3

Coscine – Research (meta)data management made easy
Metadata is a core aspect of good research data management, but data is rarely tagged with metadata in everyday research. The research data management platform Coscine aims to change this by linking the uploading of data to the assignment of metadata.

» Benedikt Heinrichs
» Dr. Ilona Lang
(30 Min, DE)

13:30 - 14:00 Uhr

Coming soon

14:30 – 15:00 Uhr

☕ 💬 Virtuelle Kaffeepause mit Networking-Session | Virtual coffee break and networking session

Holen Sie sich einen Kaffee und treffen Sie sich mit anderen Interessierten in einem der virtuellen Break Out Räume.

Grab a coffee and join other interested people in one of our virtual break out rooms.

15:00 – 16:30 Uhr

Daten-Highlights am Nachmittag | Data-Highlights in the afternoon
Vernetzung und Ontologien

Networking and Ontologies

Werkzeuge für FDM in Maschinenbau und Produktionstechnik

RDM-Tools in Mechanical and production engineering

15:00 - 15:30 Uhr 3O1

Elektronische Laborbücher in Physik und Ingenieurwissenschaften
Aktuell schauen viele Institute und Arbeitsgruppen nach Lösungen zu elektronischen Laborbüchern (ELN). Der Markt ist unübersichtlich, und häufig können die Suchenden kaum ihre Anforderungen formulieren. Dieser Betrag zeigt, was ELNs leisten können, welche verschiedenen Ansätze es gibt und wo weitere Hilfe gefunden werden kann. Der Beitrag beschränkt sich dabei auf Lösungen für Physiker, Materialwissenschaftler und Ingenieure.

» Torsten Bronger
(30 Min, DE)

15:30 - 16:30 Uhr 3O2

Workshop: re3data – Indexing and discovering research data repositories for the engineering sciences
The service re3data, the Registry of Research Data Repositories, currently lists over 2700 digital repositories across all scientific disciplines and is used by researchers and other services worldwide. A variety of funders, publishers, and scientific organizations refer to re3data within their guidelines and policies, recommending it as a trusted service to researchers looking for appropriate repositories for storage and discovery of research data. Since January 2020, the re3data COREF project has been funded by the DFG to further develop and enhance the registry service.
The talk will give a general introduction as well as a demo of the service, in particular the indexing and curation process. We will take a brief look at the subject classification implemented by re3data and examine which repositories indexed in re3data are associated with institutions participating in NFDI4Ing. We conclude by opening a discussion with the audience with the goal of identifying options to ensure good representation of research data repositories for engineering sciences.

» Robert Ulrich
» Dorothea Strecker
» Rouven Schabinger
(60 Min, EN)

15:30 - 16:30 Uhr (vorläufig)

re3data – Indexing and discovering research data repositories for the engineering sciences
» Robert Ulrich
» Dorothea Strecker
» Rouven Schabinger
(60 Min, tbd)

15:30 - 16:00 Uhr

Coming soon

Die Macht von Ontologien

The Power of Ontologies

15:00 - 15:30 Uhr 3P1

Cluster of Excellence Internet of Production: Proposed Ontology for Digital Shadows from Theory to Practice
In this presentation, we present our proposed conceptual model to describe digital shadows that is established via interdisciplinary research in German Cluster of Excellence. Furthermore, we provide a schema and a tool to implement and analyze the proposed framework. This includes data lifting, validation, querying, etc., where the user can validate the schema based on a reference schema and do desired queries.

» Anahita Farhang Ghahfarokhi
(30 Min, EN)
15:30 - 16:30 Uhr 3P2

Live-Demo: FAIRsharing: an ecosystem of research standards and databases for effective RDM
FAIRsharing is an informative and educational resource on interlinked standards, databases and policies, three key elements of the FAIR ecosystem. FAIRsharing is adopted by funders, publishers and communities across all research disciplines. It promotes the existence and value of these resources to aid data discovery, interoperability and sharing across all of our stakeholder groups. Here we discuss how FAIRsharing can be searched and updated by our user community, and how you can make the best use out of it as part of a broader data management infrastructure. We will also let you know how you can take part and contribute to the development of the description of engineering resources within FAIRsharing.

» Allyson Lister
(60 Min, EN)

16:30 – 17:00 Uhr

(vorläufig)

Journal ing.grid

» Kevin Logan
(30 Min, DE)

16:30 – 17:00 Uhr

Ausblick und Verabschiedung | Outlook and farewell

  • Feedback

    Feedback

  • Ausblick auf nächste Schritte

    Outlook for next steps

  • Zukünftige Angebote zur Vernetzung in der Community und Kontaktmöglichkeiten

    Future offerings for networking in the community and Contact

» Tobias Hamann, Mario Moser (NFDI4Ing Community Cluster CC-41)
(30 Min, DE)

17:00 Uhr

🏴 Veranstaltungsende | End of the event

ab 17:00 Uhr

🍻 Virtueller Ausklang | Virtual After-Glow

Die Networking Session war zu kurz? Noch eine Frage offen? Wer will, kann noch ein paar Minuten länger bleiben.

The networking session was too short? Still this one question open? Feel free to stay some minutes longer.

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Nominee for:
NFDI4Ing Award 2022 for the best RDM Solution
NFDI4Ing Award 2022 for the best Conference Contribution

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(Affiliation)

Nominee for:
NFDI4Ing Award 2022 for the best RDM Solution
NFDI4Ing Award 2022 for the best Conference Contribution
Key Note: TBD

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter F. Pelz
(Chair of Fluid Systems, TU Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany)

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