FAIR Coffee

FAIR Coffee – The flip side of FAIR: How do researchers find and reuse data?

In this session of the FAIR Coffee lectures, on Tuesday 15 February 2022 at 11 am, we’ve invited Dr. Kathleen Gregory. In her lecture titled "The flip side of FAIR: How do researchers find and reuse data", she focuses on the practices of researchers who are finding and reusing data ... Keep reading
Learn about the FAIR principles for Research Data Management

Learn about the FAIR principles for Research Data Management

FAIR data (Findable, Accessible, Reusable, Interoperable) means human-friendly and machine-friendly data. Do you want to know more about how to implement the FAIR principles for research data management (RDM)? Then watch this instruction video made by Pedro Hernandez Serrano, an RDM specialist at Maastricht University Library ... Keep reading
DataHub sprint review

DataHub sprint review

Join the next DataHub sprint review with sprint goal "Get ready to customize your metadata in Maastricht Data Repository” ... Keep reading
FAIR Essentials Course

FAIR Essentials Course

As a researcher, you have probably heard about the FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) principles. Nevertheless, how do you make research data FAIR? Sign up for this hands-on training on 8 February 2022 and learn what FAIR is and what it means for different disciplines ... Keep reading
Looking back on the last RDM Experts Community meeting of 2021

Looking back on the last RDM Experts Community meeting of 2021

On 14 December, we organised the last Research Data Management (RDM) Experts Community meeting of 2021 for RDM support professionals from Maastricht University and MUMC+. The program consisted of a demo of the Ldot Application by David Moonen from MEMIC and a presentation on the REDSUM project by FASoS. ... Keep reading
FAIR Coffee

FAIR Coffee lecture with Prof. Michel Dumontier

This third session of the FAIR Coffee lectures, on 14 January 2022 at 11.00, features Prof. Michel Dumontier. He is a Distinguished Professor of Data Science at Maastricht University, founder and Director of IDS, and co-founder of the FAIR data principles. The lecture will cover FAIR assessment tools. ... Keep reading
Looking back at 2021: Implementing and following up on Generic Research Data Management Trainings

Looking back at 2021: Implementing and following up on Generic Research Data Management Trainings

In winter 2019, the Introduction to Research Data Management (RDM) course was part of the University Library's RDM and FAIR data workshops (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable). Since then, a cyberattack and global pandemic have taken place, which led us to reinvent the existing RDM module and create new ones ... Keep reading
NPOS2030 Ambition Consultation

The Netherlands National Program Open Science (NPOS) needs your help

The National Programme Open Science (NPOS), in which UM is also participating, has set up an Open Consultation to allow you to reflect on the NPOS2030 Ambitions. Find out more about the NPOS2030 Ambition Document and the link to the consultation ... Keep reading
RDM Experts Community Meeting

RDM Experts Community Meeting

We are happy to announce the last RDM experts meeting for this calendar year! Our meeting will take place on 14 December 2021 from 15:30 to 17:00. Unfortunately, the current health situation has taken us back to the online environment. We nonetheless hope to have an exciting afternoon ... Keep reading
Workshop on Data Carpentry with Python

Workshop on Data Carpentry with Python

The Netherlands eScience Center is organising an online workshop in December. The topic is “Data Carpentry with Python”. The workshop is open and free to all researchers in the Netherlands. This workshop teaches fundamental data skills for research.  ... Keep reading
An introduction to Research Data Management

An introduction to Research Data Management

Are you a researcher at Maastricht University and would you like to learn more about Research Data Management? Then register for the upcoming Introduction to Research Data Management workshop on Wednesday, 1 December from 11:00 to 13:00 ... Keep reading
DataHub sprint review

DataHub sprint review

Join the next DataHub sprint review with sprint goal " update the ingest procedure to work with the new customizable general metadata implementation" ... Keep reading
Digital Society Conference

Digital Society Conference

FAIRness is the central theme of the Digital Society Conference, organised by the Association of Universities in the Netherlands on 29 & 30 November 2021. Top scholars and scientists will explain and show the latest digital trends and developments around FAIRness, together with special guests from all over the globe ... Keep reading
Introduction to Open Science and Pre-registration workshop

Introduction to Open Science and Pre-registration workshop

Pre-registration is considered a particularly relevant tool to increase trust in science and provide more robust and replicable scientific findings. This workshop will not only teach participants how pre-registration is applicable to your study field, but will also include some hands-on practical examples on how to pre-register your research. ... Keep reading
ReproducibiliTea Meeting

ReproducibiliTea Meeting

This ReproducibiliTea meeting will contain a discussion of the main problems and which measures can be used to optimize the key elements of the scientific process, moreover, what can be done to increase the adoption of these measures of Open Science at UM ... Keep reading
FAIR Coffee

FAIR Coffee lecture with Ronald Cornet

This second edition of the FAIR Coffee lecture series on 10 November 10 2021 features a presentation by Dr. Ronald Cornet, from the department of Medical Informatics in the Amsterdam Public Health research institute, Amsterdam UMC, entitled “FAIR – from Principles via Practices to Profits” ... Keep reading
Introduction to Open Science and Pre-registration

Introduction to Open Science and Pre-registration

UM is on a mission to become a leading example of the Open Science movement, which aims to make research, including papers, data, methods, etc., open to anyone so we can all benefit. With this workshop, we aim to introduce to you one of the most important steps to making science more open, namely pre-registration. This workshop is will not only teach participants how pre-registration is applicable to your study field, but will also include some hands-on practical examples on how to pre-register your research ... Keep reading
DataHub sprint review: Prepare for CEDAR schemas for collection metadata in Maastricht Data Repository

DataHub sprint review: Prepare for CEDAR schemas for collection metadata in Maastricht Data Repository

Join the next DataHub sprint review with sprint goal "Prepare for CEDAR schemas for collection metadata in Maastricht Data Repository with proper styling" ... Keep reading
Webinar FAIR – It Takes a Village

Webinar FAIR – It Takes a Village

The NWO is organising a webinair on  11 November 2021 entitled 'FAIR: It Takes a Village'. This webinar will reflect on the roles and responsibilities of FAIR ... Keep reading
Workshop on GPU programming

Workshop on GPU programming

The Netherlands eScience Center is organising an online workshop in November on the topic of GPU programming. In this workshop, the Netherlands eScience Center will provide the learners with the fundamental knowledge that they need to start their journey into the world of programming GPUs with Python, using CuPy, Numba and CUDA. ... Keep reading

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