Danish e-Infrastructure Cooperation

 

 

 

About the Danish e-Infrastructure Cooperation 

DeiC supports Denmark as an e-Science nation through delivery of e-infrastructure to research and research-based teaching.

DeiC - Danish e-Infrastructure Cooperation was established on April 19, 2012, with the purpose to support Denmark as an e-Science nation through delivery of e-infrastructures (computing, storage and network) to research and researchbased teaching.

DeiC is established under the Ministry of Higher Education and Science by Act 70 of April 19, 2012. Organizationally, DeiC belongs to the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation and is not an independent legal entity.  

DeiC is a virtual organistion, which means that all staff are employed in other organisations. Primarly at the Danish Technical University and to some extend at Aarhus University, Aalborg University, University of Southern Denmark and University of Copenhagen.

Website https://www.deic.dk/

OA Member

Anders Conrad,
Senior Advisor, Copenhagen University Library, Research Services, Royal Danish Library, Copenhage, Denmark

 

Anders has worked several years at the Royal Danish Library on digital library and repository infrastructure projects. He is currently mainly involved in national projects around research data management: As chair of the Danish National Forum for research data managment, he is responsible for a portfolio of cooperative projects and pilot projects in support of the national strategy. As well as that, Anders is serving as project manager and service manager for a Danish instance of the DMPonline data management planning tool, that is being offered to researhers across the country.