Repositories for Research Data (InvenioRDM)

Time and place:        18.11.2021, 10:00-11:30 Uhr, online

Target group:          Researchers, data stewards, research support staff, infrastructure providers/operators

Language:                  English

Registration is required for participation (see below).


InvenioRDM is a turn-key RDM repository platform based on Invenio Framework and Zenodo. It provides a wide range of features that ensure good research data practice and the implementation of the FAIR principles. Data stored in the repository is given a permanent address (D.O.I., digital object identifier), which makes it easier to find and access and increases its citability.

InvenioRDM is a dynamic open source project with a worldwide community coordinated by CERN. In this webinar you will receive information on the latest developments and future plans from the project management at CERN.  Software developers, technical leads and repository managers from TU Graz, TU Vienna and University of Innsbruck report on the rollout at Austrian universities and provide practical experience with InvenioRDM.


Lars Holm Nielsen, CERN – Lars Holm Nielsen is a Software Engineer at CERN und Product Manager for InvenioRDM.

David Eckard, TU Graz – David Eckard is a software developer – Research Data Management Team at TU Graz and a member of the Core Developer Team of InvenioRDM at CERN.

Hermann Schranzhofer, TU Graz –  Data Steward

Christoph Ladurner, TU Graz – Christoph Ladurner is a member of the TU Graz library staff and contact person for the TU Graz Repository.

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.

Thomas Haselwanter, Uni Innsbruck – Thomas Haselwanter is Department Manager for “Web- and Information-Services” at ZID Uni Innsbruck


Phaidra Collection with videos and presentation slides

Event series

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.