Research, especially in light of digital transformation, needs a coordinated environment. This includes powerful infrastructures and tools that will ensure the management, backup and storage of research data over its entire life-cycle and enable the data to be easily shared with research and education communities.
Sustainable and transparent availability and accessibility of data are two of the most important requirements – not only for one's own research but also for interdisciplinary and international academic collaboration. Furthermore, availability and accessibility are important conditions for the acquisition of knowledge and prompting new scientific inquiries.
These vital aspects can be efficiently facilitated and supported by paying closer attention to, inter alia:
the assessment of data quality
the use of appropriate metadata schemes
the selection of adequate repositories and databanks
and the security of digital infrastructure
the technical, legal and ethical aspects of data preservation in the context of research data management.
The E-Science-Tage 2023 includes the following programs:
- panel discussion,
- and extra events for networking such as tours and get together as a conference dinner.
The Event Format: Conference program
The multifaceted and diverse offerings of the conference ensure that everyone can get the most out of the E-Science-Tage for themselves and their individual needs. Mutual learning, exchange, networking - there is something for everyone.
FAIR-IMPACT at the event
Robert Ulrich, from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and member of FAIR-IMPACT, will present a lightning talk on FAIR-IMPACT and re3data plans.
Official webpage: https://www.e-science-tage.de/en/agenda23