Written by: Rinze Benedictus, staff advisor, UMC Utrecht & PhD candidate at CWTS, Leiden University On 31 May 2018 Marta Teperek spoke with Rinze Benedictus about changing the academic reward system at the Utrecht Medical Center. The blog post below was written by Rinze Benedictus to summarise the main points of the discussion for the..
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This blog post is written by Martin Donnelly from the University of Edinburgh and was originally published on the Software Sustainability Institute blog. Late last month, I took a day trip to the Netherlands to attend an event at TU Delft entitled “Towards cultural change in data management – data stewardship in practice”. My Software Sustainability Institute..
Authors (in alphabetical order; underlined are the main authors of the blog post): Charlotte Buus Jensen, Valentino Cavalli, Maria Cruz, Raman Ganguly, Madeleine Huber, Mojca Kotar, Iryna Kuchma, Peter Löwe, Inge Rutsaert, Melanie Stummvoll, Gintare Tautkeviciene, Marta Teperek, Hannelore Vanhaverbeke On 1 December 2017 Maria Cruz and Marta Teperek facilitated a workshop titled Evaluation of..
The TU Delft Library website now hosts a webpage with information on the process the Library has initiated to get a better understanding of the ideas and needs regarding open source software at TU Delft. One aspect of this initiative was a series of sandbox sessions, “open to all who want to contribute to the dialogue to bring..
TU Delft published its new Strategic Framework 2018-2024 on 12 January, during the Open Science Symposium and its 176th birthday celebration. The framework is entitled “Impact for a better society” and “openness” is listed as one of the four major guiding principles. The principle of openness was apparent already during the consultation phase of the..