Category: conferences

The main obstacles to better research data management and sharing are cultural. But change is in our hands

This blog post was originally published by the LSE Impact Blog. Recommendations on how to better support researchers in good data management and sharing practices are typically focused on developing new tools or improving infrastructure. Yet research shows the most common obstacles are actually cultural, not technological. Marta Teperekand Alastair Dunning outline how appointing data stewards and data..

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TU Delft’s presence at the International Data Week 2018 in Botswana

Yasemin Turkyilmaz-van der Velden and Marta Teperek are very privileged to represent TU Delft at the International Data Week 2018 in Gaborone, Botswana. Yasemin has been awarded a very competitive grant for Early Career researchers to attend the conference. We are working hard to make sure that we get the most of our attendance. Yasemin is..

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Workshop Report: Software Reproducibility – The Nuts and Bolts

Authors (in alphabetical order): Maria Cruz (VU), Marc Galland (UvA), Carlos Martinez (NL eScience Center), Raúl Ortiz (TU Delft), Esther Plomp (VU), Anita Schürch (UMCU), Yasemin Türkyilmaz-van der Velden (TU Delft) Based on the contributions from workshop participants (in alphabetical order): Joke Bakker (University of Groningen), Jochem Bijlard (The Hyve), Mattias de Hollander (NIOO-KNAW), Joep de Ligt..

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GDPR in research: opportunity to collaborate and to improve research processes

On Thursday 30 August and on Friday 31 August TU Delft Library hosted two events dedicated to the new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and its implications for research data. Both events were organised by the Research Data Netherlands: collaboration between the 4TU.Center for Research Data, DANS and SURF (represented by the National Research..

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Workshop Report: Software Reproducibility – How to put it into practice?

Authors (in alphabetical order): Maria Cruz, Shalini Kurapati, Yasemin Türkyilmaz-van der Velden With contribution from workshop participants (in alphabetical order): Patrick Aerts (Netherlands eScience Center + DANS), Kees den Heijer (TU Delft), Jelle de Plaa (SRON),  Jordi Domingo (KNMI), Martin Donnelly (University of Edinburgh), Raman Ganguly (University of Vienna), Rolf Hut (TU Delft), Karsten Kryger..

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