Mon 16. Mar 2020 15:00 Uhr
New information material regarding research data repositorien is available in our documents section.
Tue 10. Mar 2020 12:15 Uhr
On 10 March 2020 a workshop on the development and provision of digital services takes place at the Ernst-Abbe-Hochschule in Jena.
Thu 5. Mar 2020 12:00 Uhr
Leading up to the Thüringer FDM-Tage 2020 the Thuringian Competence Network Research Data Management announces the "FAIRest Dataset" award.
Wed 12. Feb 2020 15:00 Uhr
This time our Best Practice series is dedicated to the organization and versioning of source code.
Thu 16. Jan 2020 15:19 Uhr
Our Best Practice series continues with an article about the introduction of Electronic Lab Notebooks (ELNs) at the TU Ilmenau.
Wed 18. Dec 2019 15:20 Uhr
Today the TKFDM starts its´ new best practice series with an article on Minimal Peer Review, a code of practice proposed by the EFOSI (Erfurter Open Science Initiative).
Mon 28. Oct 2019 10:00 Uhr
New information material regarding Virtual Research Environments is available in our documents section.
Thu 5. Sep 2019 07:55 Uhr
Two new fact sheets regarding the requirements and costs of research data management in projects with external funding are available in our documents section.
Mon 19. Aug 2019 09:56 Uhr
A new section about the National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI) initiative of the DFG and a mailing list on the topics NFDI and RDM are available on the website of the Research Data Management Helpdesk.
Mon 12. Aug 2019 08:45 Uhr
The first workshop regarding “National Research Data Infrastructure“ with Thuringian members of the participating consortia will take place on August 13th in Jena.
The program for the development of a national research data infrastructure (NFDI) was initiated by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) on June 6th 2019 and is financed by the federal and state governments. Up to 30 consortia will be funded for up to five years, initially. A total of 50 letters of intention have been submitted to the DFG and many projects involve partners from Thuringia.
The workshop is intended to connect the members of the different consortia and to discuss means to support the realization of the projects. Representatives of the Thuringian Ministry for Economy, Science and Digital Society (TMWWDG) and central institutions of the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena will also participate.
The workshop is organized by the Thuringian Competence Network for Research Data Management, which is funded by the TMWWDG as part of the Thuringian Strategy for Digitization in Higher Education.