June is almost over and summer vacation is right around the corner! This month’s round-up from 4TU.ResearchData brings a mix of news, events and opportunities… Plus, a few fun games about research data management for you to play!
- When to stop and when to skip: Public transport modelling during COVID-19
Read more about how Kostas’s models are used by public transport service providers to improve crowding levels inside vehicles and mitigate the spread of the virus.
- We have a new RDM Games page
Would you like to learn more about research data management in a fun and interactive way?
Head to our Games & Activities webpage to play…
‘Reprojuice’ by TU Delft Library, TU Delft Gamelab & The Barn Games
Try to replicate your colleague’s experiment! Step into the lab, figure out where the equipment is and follow the protocol to synthesize the correct yield of a chemical substance.
‘Data Horror Escape Room’ by VU Amsterdam, Leiden University & TU Eindhoven
Try to escape Professor Hutseephluts’s office by solving the research data management puzzles.
‘RDM Adventure’ by Stellenbosch University Library
The book takes you through stages of the research data lifecycle. Make decisions about data management to score points.
If you have a game to add to the collection, contact us!
- 2020 – A Year of Change
2020 was a year of growth, change and development. We added new functionalities to our data repository, established the 4TU.ResearchData community, extended our training offerings, and celebrated our 10th anniversary…
Did you see these datasets?
Last month’s top downloaded datasets in the 4TU.ResearchData repository!
Reflection artifact identification in photoacoustic imaging using multi-wavelength excitation
Author(s): Wiendelt Steenbergen, Altaf Hussain, Ho Nhu’y Nguyen
Institution: University of Twente
Categories: Optical Physics, Biomedical Engineering
Keywords: Photoacoustic imaging, Photoacoustic Probes, Reflection artifacts
View the dataset
High-Resolution Atmospheric Modelling and the Effects on the Prediction of Wave Characteristics
Author(s): Casper van Laerhoven
Institution:Delft University of Technology
Categories: Atmospheric Sciences, Oceanography
Keywords: Hydraulic engineering, Numerical modelling, Numerical weather prediction, SWAN, WRF, Waves, Waves simulation, Wind, master thesis
Vacancy for a QuTech data steward
QuTech is a mission-driven research institute run jointly by Delft University of Technology and the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO).
Join the institute as a data steward to advise and assist researchers with research data management and reproducible research practice.
PhD Position: Open Data Usability
Are you passionate about research with a societal impact? Do you want to be part of an excellent, world-leading team of engaged open data researchers and practitioners?
Check out this position and apply by 29th August.
What did we get up to this month?
The University of Twente’s First Software Carpentry Workshop
Earlier this month The University of Twente delivered their first Software Carpentry Workshop in collaboration with 4TU.ResearchData.
We’re thrilled to announce it was a real success!
Read more about the workshop and plans to deliver future workshops.
What to do with the data after your research?
Every month the University of Twente’s Digital Competence Centre organises a thematic session that focuses on a hot research topic. The recent session was all about data and what researchers should do with it after their research project is complete.
Read the blog and watch the recording.
Skip to 41 minutes 20 seconds for a demo of how to publish your data and code in the 4TU.ResearchData repository.
Dates for your diary…
For upcoming events check out the Open Research Calendar!
- Supporting Reproducibility by Capturing Physical Sample Data and Metadata in a Connected Electronic Lab Notebook hosted by RDA-US on 30th June. Register now.
- Polar Data Forum from 20th to 24th September. Abstract submission deadline 4th July. Registration opens soon.
- useR! 2021 – The R Conference from 5th to 9th July. Register now.
- The Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School (DHOxSS) from 12th to 15th July. Register now.
- SciPy 2021 Scientific Computing with Python Conference from 12th to 18th July. See the schedule and register.
- Automated Decision Making – AI systems and individual rights organised by TU Eindhoven on 15th & 16th July. Register now.
- ICOSRP 2021: 15. International Conference on Open Science Research Philosophy on 19th & 20th July. Register now
VIRTUAL CHARITY BIKE RACE: A GAMES NIGHT FOR DUCHENNE HEROES
In September, Data Steward, Simone Fricke, and PhD researcher, Michelle van Mierlo, will participate in ‘Duchenne Heroes’, a 7-day >500km mountain bike tour from France to the Netherlands to raise money for children with Duchenne.
We’ve organised a virtual games night to raise money to support Simone and Michelle. You are welcome to join us on Thursday 1st July from 19.00-21.00. Register now.
Something to share?
If you have news to share or would like to include an announcement in next month’s round-up from 4TU.ResearchData, please get in touch. See you in July!