Introduction to Research Data Management – Why? When? How?

Course Description:

This two-hour introductory course is aimed at doctoral students to develop their knowledge and skills in the field of research data management. The topics presented and discussed in this course are organised along the research cycle: from proposal planning and writing through project start up, data life cycle (including data collection, data analysis and data sharing), to the end of a research project, data archiving and data discovery.

Target group:  The course is for all Doctoral Candidates at ZMT. Guest researchers and interested Postdocs or Master Students can participate as well

Date of the workshop: November 21, 2019
Time: 9:30-11:30
Venue: ZMT -Seminar Room F8
Instructors: Dr. Birte Pfeiffer (ZMT)

Preparation: Please bring your laptops/Smartphones

Please note that your registration is a binding commitment to participate in the full course. Drop-in and drop-out are not possible as this interrupts the learning process of the group and yourself.

As places are limited, we would like to allow another candidate to attend the course in case you cannot participate. Please inform Janine Reinhard as early as possible about changes:

Thank you very much for your understanding!