FAIR research infrastructure at institutions
using the example of the Universität Innsbruck
Time and place: 9.3.2022, 14:00-15:00, online
Staff members from research support (especially central IT service, library); in general: everyone interested in the development of a sustainable, FAIR research infrastructure
Registration is required for participation (see below).
Would you like to develop a sustainable and FAIR research infrastructure at your institution? Thomas Haselwanter will give you an insight into how a central hub (VIVO) can be used as a link between legacy systems and future research infrastructure systems.
In the talk he will go into these processes and share his learnings:
- Creating a Research Graph Meta Model for the University of Innsbruck
- Defining international standards for the data model (OpenAIRE, CERIF)
- Implementation of VIVO as a central hub
- Enrichment of metadata and persistent identifiers (for example ORCID, DOIs)
Thomas Haselwanter, Universität Innsbruck – Thomas Haselwanter (ORCID: 0000-0001-9160-0180) led the project e-infrastructures Austria Plus from 2017-2019 and manages the Web and Information Systems department at the Universität Innsbruck. He also supervises the development of RDM infrastructures at the Universität Innsbruck.
The event series “Research Data Management in Austria” is aimed at researchers and / or people involved in research support and serves to promote networking and exchange on the topic of research data management, writing a data management plan and similar related topics.
The 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 link for dialing in via email before the event. There is a limited number of places, so please register by March 7th, 2022 at the latest.