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.
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Authors: Esther Plomp, Nicolas Dintzer, Heather Andrews, Yan Wang On the March the 18th, the Data Stewards of Applied Sciences – Esther Plomp, Technology Policy and Management – Nicolas Dintzer, Architecture and The Built Environment – Yan Wang, and Aerospace Engineering – Heather Andrews, attended their first Open Science Barcamp at the Wikimedia in Berlin…
This blog is originally written and posted by Susan Branchett here under a CC-BY-4.0 international license. How TU Delft’s ICT-Innovation department is providing hands-on help to researchers in order to understand their IT requirements better. How did it come about? Earlier this year I was reading through the ‘TU Delft Strategic Framework 2018-2024’ and buried deep within its..
Authors: Esther Plomp, Maria Cruz, Anke Versteeg On the 14th of March 2019 the fourth VU Library Live talk show and podcast took place at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU). By choosing topics that appeal to researchers and that are at the forefront of scholarly communications and research policy, this podcast series aims to bring..
This blog is originally written and posted by one our Data Champions Anton Akhmerov on his group’s website and is reposted here with his permission. Akhmerov, A. (2019, January 5). I need your data, your code, and your DOI. Retrieved 20 March 2019, from https://quantumtinkerer.tudelft.nl/blog/demand-data-for-review/ I love open science. Since you are reading a scientific blog, I..