Together with the NFDI Task Force Tools for AAI and the FAIR Data Spaces project, we conducted a survey to assess the current state of AAI technologies in the NFDI. The results are now available and will be used to shape the future architecture of AAI for the „one NFDI”.
How can large data from high-performance measurement and computation (HPMC) become accessible for the research community? How can this data be processed or transferred? What are the possibilities for storage, repositories and metadata enrichment? DORIS has made a considerable progress in implementing the FAIR principles of HPMC data and passing the evolved knowledge to the community.
ing.grid is a peer-reviewed open access journal currently in development, that provides a forum for engineers of all disciplines concerned with data management to share and exchange their knowledge.
The German communities of Transport Research, Computer Science, Systems and Electrical Engineering met on March 3rd to discuss issues related to the collection, handling and subsequent use of research data in connection with the main topic of “Automated and Connected Mobility”.
NFDI4Ing will soon launch a survey on the topic of research data management (RDM) in the engineering sciences. One of the goals of the survey is to tailor the consortium’s services precisely to the needs of engineers. In order to obtain a detailed picture of the state of RDM in the heterogeneous engineering disciplines, we hope for numerous participants from all disciplines.