Date and place: 10 February 2020; Biocenter of LMU Munich, Planegg-Martinsried
NFDI Neuroscience is committed to organize and sustain cross-community research data management (RDM) in neuroscience by bringing together researchers and technology providers to develop processes for data management with specific emphasis on neuroscience. The third workshop of the consortium focused on services for RDM in Neuroscience, both from the service provider’s and the user’s perspective. Service providers were given the opportunity to illustrate and comment on their perception of provider-user cooperations and to discuss with the research community the community needs and how they can contribute to address them and close the gaps.
- Welcome and introduction to the NFDI-Neuro initiative (Thomas Wachtler)
- Reports from other initiatives: Examples of services for research data management
- FIZ Karlsruhe (Harald Sack, Karlsruhe)
- NFDI Konsortium DataPLANT (Dirk von Suchodoletz)
- HBP Infrastructure (Lyuba Zehl)
- Lightning talks on available services
- Fenix-RI (Boris Orth)
- G-Node services and tools (Achilleas Koutsou)
- Cellular-resolution brain map (Michael Kunst)
- Zeiss research platform (Bernhard Fichtl)
- NFDI4BIMP (Stefanie Weidtkamp-Peters)
- BRIDGE4NFDI (Sonja Schimmler )
- Helmholtz Metadata Collaboration (Michael Denker)
- RDM Services at Marburg University (Thorsten Arendt)
- LMU Munich University Library (Martin Spenger)
- Leibniz Rechenzentrum (Megi Sharikadze)
- Gesellschaft für wissenschaftliche Datenverarbeitung (Philipp Wieder)
- Max Planck Computing and Data Facility, European Open Science Cloud (Raphael Ritz)
- Discussion: What are the needs of researchers, how can they addressed by service providers, what is needed to fill gaps?
- Wrap up, closing remarks
The workshop allowed a very fruitful discussion on several topics such as data heterogeneity and interoperability, data standardization and sustainability, data exchange and storage and adherence to legal requirements. The workshop laid the basis of an invaluable exchange between users and providers.
The condensed discussion notes of the workshop can be downloaded here.