Exciting Facts about Research Data Infrastructures
NFDI, DFG, GWK – What’s it about?
The National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI) aims to systematically develop, sustainably secure and make the data sets of science and research accessible, as well as networking them (inter-)nationally. It is currently being set up in a process driven by science as a networked structure of individually acting consortia.
On November 9, scientists from various research institutions will “slam” in entertaining presentations on their favorite topic “research data infrastructures” and the audience can decide afterwards which slam was the most beautiful, funniest or even most exciting. The fun of research is always in the foreground for the science slammers and the audiencence.
Look forward to our science slammers from the NFDI science community:
Jonas Kasmanas, NFDI4Microbiota
Ranjit Singh, KonsortSWD
Julia Philipp, GHGA
David Clarke, PUNCH4NFDI
Mark Greiner, FAIRmat