Let’s make our data FAIR!
Time and place: 19.10.2021, 10:00-11:30, online
Target group: Researchers, data stewards, research support personnel
Following the FAIR principles, research objects should be findable, accessible, interoperable and re-usable. These principles form the basis of a trusted environment where researchers, innovators, companies, and citizens can publish, find, and re-use each other’s data and tools for research, innovation, and educational purposes. The FAIR principles refer to any digital object evolving from the research process, that is, quantitative as well as qualitative data, metadata or algorithms, tools, software and services.
It all sounds good in theory, but what can researchers actually do in their everyday research to ensure that their data comply with the FAIR principles? The workshop provides an overview and practical tips for getting started and making the transition.
Tomasz Miksa, TU Wien. – Tomasz Miksa is a researcher at the Institute for Information Systems Engineering and a staff member at the Center for Research Data Management at TU Wien. He supervises the development of RDM infrastructures at TU Wien and is active in various national and international RDM networks (RDA, COAR, etc.).
Video recording and presentation slides of the workshop “Let’s make our data FAIR!”, 19.10.2021, TU Wien:
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.