The launch event of the FAIR Office Austria took place on 9 June. The FAIR Office Austria has set itself the task to connect stakeholders from research communities and service providers in order to jointly advance the fair FAIR principles in Austria. At the same time, it is linked to the global GO FAIR initiative.
At the launch event, speakers from the GO FAIR initiative, ministries and the participating universities looked at the topic of FAIR from different angles. In particular, the European developments and the technical side of FAIR were presented. Case studies were used to explain how the FAIR principles facilitate the handling of sensitive data and the cooperation between different institutions. The FAIR Office Austria will support the exchange on FAIR topics in the Austrian research landscape.
The presentation and video recordings from the event are now available:
Slides of the presentations:
Hana Pergl, GO FAIR International Support and Coordination Office (GFISCO) & CODATA: GOing FAIR (Inter)nationally
Peter Kraker, Open Knowledge Maps & GO FAIR Executive Board: GO FAIR in Practice: The Discovery Implementation Network
Stefan Hanslik, Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research (BMBWF), Paolo Budroni, TU Wien Bibliothek, Head of EOSC and International Liaison Office: Web of FAIR Data and Services – EOSC: The Austrian Use Case
Martin Semberger, Federal Ministry for Digital and Economic Affairs (BMDW): Making Public Data FAIR
Barbara Sánchez, TU Wien, Center for Research Data Management: FAIR Office Austria –An Initiative to Connect Research Communities and Service Providers
Andreas Rauber, TU Wien, Institute of Information Systems Engineering: FAIR technical infrastructures currently in development
Stefanie Lindstaedt, TU Graz and Know-Center GmbH: FAIR Research at TU Graz
and collected in the Pheidra Collection FAIR Office Austria Launch event.