Monthly round-up: November 2020

As we begin building the 4TU.ResearchData community, we’re excited to circulate our first monthly newsletter to share some of the latest news, opportunities and events…


  • Meet our new Community Manager

Connie Clare joined 4TU.ResearchData on October 1st. Her primary focus is to engage with researchers, and bring discipline-specific communities of interest together to stimulate the creation of FAIR data. 

Connie would like to get to know you!
Feel free to reach out to her via email, Twitter or LinkedIn

  • Creating online connections

We’re in the process of creating a new online community platform to provide an interactive ‘space’ for networking and community building. If you’d like to get involved in developing this project, please contact us… We welcome your ideas! 

  • Join the team! 

NEW VACANCY at 4TU.ResearchData for a ‘Developer of Open Science Data Infrastructures’. If you’re passionate about open source and developing infrastructures to help researchers share their results then this position is for you… Apply now!

From the blog!..

‘Leon’s Swan Song’ 

Last month, we said “farewell” to TU/e Data Librarian, Leon Osinski, as he begins his retirement. In this article, we celebrate Leon’s career success and long service as a founder member of 4TU.ResearchData. We wish Leon a happy retirement of rowing with friends.

Leon’s role will be taken over by TU/e Data Steward, Sil van LieshoutWelcome Sil!


A November to remember… Our highlights of the month!

Special mention to Nadia Bloemendaal for her STORM datasets which are publicly available on 4TU.ResearchData! And, a ‘shout out’ to Jan van Heul, Eric Rumondor and the technical team at 4TU.ResearchData for providing researchers with essential support and assistance.

Dates for your diary…

For upcoming events check out the Open Research Calendar!

Do you know someone who has made efforts to promote open science amongst their local research community? The call the ‘Open Initiatives Trophy’ is open! Nominate your ‘unsung hero of Open Science’ now using this form

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