Published January 26, 2024 | Version v3
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HeFDI Data Talk "DFG requirements on research data management"

  • 1. HeFDI - Hessische Forschungsdateninfrastrukturen

Contributors

  • 1. Goethe-Universität Frankfurt

Description

When you write a DFG proposal today, you have to comment on research data management. The DFG now expects you to describe and plan how you will handle research data - tailored to your specific project. The management of data can also be in focus, especially during the review and inspection process.

But what needs to be taken into account? What support is available? What questions need to be answered regarding data management - and who can I ask for support?

In this talk, Dr. Ortrun Brand, coordinator of the state initiative HeFDI - Hessian Research Data Infrastructures, presents the key points of the DFG specifications, necessary considerations and practice examples as well as further support opportunities.

Series information (English)

The "HeFDI Data Talks" are a bi-weekly open information and discussion event around the topic of data management in the context of science, in which relevant NFDI consortia as well as research data management services present themselves. The series discusses current topics and introduces numerous tools and services, including local and regional ones.
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Notes (English)

The HeFDI Data Talks are an offer of the HeFDI Initiative (Landesinitiative HeFDI), which is funded by Hesse's Ministry for Science and Arts (HMWK).

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