Presentation Open Access
More and more chemical digital research data are generated. So, new concepts are essential: In which data formats can data be stored in the long term? How and where can data be stored? Which information of the experiment / the simulation should be noted in the metadata? How can these data be made accessible for group members and other researchers? How can these data be made findable for researchers and AI algorithms?
In chemistry, NFDI4Chem tackles the challenges of research data management nationally but also internationally (e.g in the context of IUPAC, EOSC und RDA).[1-3] NFDI4Chem is a consortium consisting of representatives from universities and non-university research institutions, infrastructure facilities and the German Chemical Society, the Bunsen Society and the German Pharmaceutical Society. The focus of the NFDI4Chem consortium is on the molecule itself, its properties and reactions. The project started on 1st October 2020 and this talk will recapitulate the challenges and first steps already done. Moreover, it highlights best practice examples for the chemical community.