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16 Jun 2019

"What is the Research Data Alliance and what will it do for you?" at the WESC conference in Cork

 

At the Wind Energy SCience (WESC) conference in Cork, Ireland  Danish RDA node member Nikola Vasiljević from DTU will give an introduction talk about the RDA to the wind energy community. The presentation will emphasise the current strives in developing both the Danish national node as well the wind energy interest group within the RDA. The talk will be presented in the WESC mini-symposium on "FAIR Data Principles in Wind Energy Research", which is chaired by Anna Maria Sempreviva from DTU.

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16 Jun 2019

TNC19 – Forging Digital Societies

 

TNC is the largest and most prestigious European research and education networking conference. TNC19, the conference’s 35th edition, will be hosted by EENet of HITSA, the Estonian Education and Research Network, and will be held in Tallinn, Estonia’s capital city.

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09 Sep 2019

Responsible conduct of research for HUM, PhD course

 

Responsible conduct of research - PhD Programme at the Faculty of Humanities at University of Southern Denmark

Module 3: Research data management

Research data in the context of the humanities could be derived or compiled resulting from processing or combining 'raw' data (e.g., text and data mining, compiled databases), and/or they could also be reference or canonical meaning a static or organic conglomeration or collection of datasets, probably published and curated (e.g., collection of letters, archive of historical images).

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FORCE2019
16 Oct 2019

FORCE2019

 

FORCE11 and the University of Edinburgh are pleased to announce that Edinburgh, Scotland and the historic Murrayfield Rugby Stadium will be host to the FORCE2019 annual meeting.

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15th International Digital Curation Conference
17 Feb 2020

15th International Digital Curation Conference

 

The 15th edition of the International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC) will be run in partnership with the Digital Repository of Ireland. The conference will be hosted at Croke Park, home of Ireland's Gaelic games, from 17-20 February 2020.

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