In 2017, the Research Data Services team at TU Delft (and host of the 4TU.Centre for Research Data) is experimenting with open working. This means quickly publishing ideas, documents, updates on all kinds of work that the team is undertaking.
Alastair Dunning (TU Delft Library / 4TU.Centre for Research Data) Marta Teperek (TU Delft Library) 1 November 2017 On 26 October 2017, the European Open Science Cloud published the EOSC Declaration, which is available to all scientific stakeholders, for their endorsement and commitments to the realisation of the EOSC by 2020. Below are our thoughts and..
We are pleased to announce that applications for five Data Steward positions are now open: https://www.academictransfer.com/employer/TUD/vacancy/43160/lang/en/ Five TU Delft Faculties are looking to appoint Data Stewards Architecture & the Built Environment Industrial Design Engineering Technology, Policy & Management Applied Sciences Mechanical, Maritime & Materials Engineering Applicants are asked to specify at which Faculty they would like..
On 25 October 2017 I attended the conference “Better Science Through Data” organised jointly by Springer Nature and the Wellcome Trust. I flew from the Netherlands to attend this one day conference for two main reasons: I was part of the Programme Committee, and so I was naturally curious to see how the event worked..