Seminar: 'Everything you always wanted to know about Research Data Management, but were afraid to ask'
16-11-2017 13:30 16-11-2017 16:30 Auditorium | O2 Building | VU Campus
The call for transparency and openness in science is demanding a thorough understanding of all aspects of data management. Collecting, documenting, storing, and sharing research data, can be quite a challenge. The University Library is organizing an expert meeting with three speakers who will give an informal introduction into different aspects of research data, ranging from registration, storage, use and reuse, to the legal and ethical aspects, funder requirements and good practices.

Program
Reception with tea and coffee from 13.30-14.00

Opening by Arjan Schalken, deputy-director University Library

Drs. Ingeborg Verheul, Project Manager National Coordination Point Research Data Management.
Do you also prefer sweets above carrots? Why cooperation helps in good RDM.
Ingeborg Verheul will give an introduction into the legal and ethical aspects of Research Data Management, funder requirements, Fair Data and Open Science.

Dr. Matthew Partridge, Research Fellow, Centre for Engineering Photonics, Cranfield University, UK.
Surviving data management as a researcher.
Matthew Partridge will talk about his own experience with managing research data.

Dr. Mark Brandt, Assistant Professor, Department of Social Psychology, Social and Behavioral Sciences Tilburg University.
A Social Psychologist's Adventures with Open Data.
Mark Brandt will share his insights on reusing open data for research.