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Evaluation of Research Careers fully acknowledging Open Science Practices

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..

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Training Data Science students on finding and publishing datasets

Written by: Marta Teperek and Madeleine de Smaele On 3 November 2017 Madeleine de Smaele from TU Delft Library was invited by Scott Cunningham, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Technology, Policy & Management, to deliver a workshop to his Data Science students. Marta Teperek attended the workshop as an observer and, given that she..

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How to avoid software decay? Some tips and resources from the last sandbox session on open source software at TU Delft

On Thursday 26 October, TU Deft Library together with ICT hosted the third, but possibly not the last, of a series of Innovation Sandbox Sessions on Open Source Software at TU Delft. The topic of the session was training and support. There were three very interesting presentations and lots of engagement from the audience. Carlos Martinez Ortiz..

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Software as output of the researcher – training and support

ICT and the Library are once again jointly running a session on Software as Research Output at TU Delft. The session will take place in the Blue Room, in the TU Delft Library, and it will run from 12:15 to approximately 13:30 on Thursday 26 October. A light lunch is included. ICT conducted research on the issues related..

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EDISON workshop, Amsterdam, August 29th, 2017

Two days before the Horizon 2020 EDISON project ended an end of project meeting was organized in Amsterdam, Science Park. The Edison project started September 2015 and ends September 2017. EDISON aims to establish the data scientist as a profession. This will be achieved by aligning industry needs with available career paths, and supporting academies..

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