MONTHLY ROUND-UP: SEPTEMBER 2021
The September round-up from 4TU.ResearchData brings a new semester, new published datasets, new community members, a new FAIR Data Fund and our next community call!
- Welcome to our new community members!
- Maarten Jongeneel (Eindhoven University of Technology)
- Serkan Girgin (University of Twente)
- Giacomo Bizinoto Bosco (Delft University of Technology)
- Andrea Telatin (Quadram Institute Bioscience, Norwich)
- Making waves with WiFi data
University of Twente PhD researcher, Jeroen Klein Brinke, explains how wireless sensing technology can be used to provide healthcare for the elderly.
His dataset, Channel state information (WiFi traces) for 6 activities, has been downloaded more than 1000 times and was one of our top downloaded datasets in March this year.
Read more about Jeroen’s motivations to publish his research data and the promise of wireless sensing technology to benefit society.
- Microlectures on Research Data Management: The Bachelor’s edition
Research data management matters!
The University of Twente has created a series of microlectures to educate Bachelor’s students about how to manage their data throughout their studies.
Based on 5 simple questions, all aspects of RDM are addressed in fun, short and engaging online recordings!
Read more about how data steward, Judith Brands and her colleagues created the microlectures and published them online.
- FAIR Data Fund 2021 – Autumn call for applications Opens 1st October!
A maximum budget of €3.500 is available to researchers at TU Delft, TU Eindhoven and the University of Twente to cover the costs of making their research data Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable (The FAIR Data Principles).
Applications open on Friday 1st October and close on Monday 1st November 2021.
Read more about the fund, meet our Spring call grantees and contact FAIRdatafund@4tu.nl for more information.
Did you see these datasets?
Last month’s top downloaded datasets in the 4TU.ResearchData repository!
Automotive Controller Area Network (CAN) Bus Intrusion Dataset v2
Author(s): Guillaume Dupont, Alexios Lekidis, Jerry den Hartog and Sandro Etalle
Institution: Eindhoven University of Technology
Categories: Automotive Engineering; Information Systems; Other Information and Computing Sciences; Communications Technologies
Keywords: Automotive security; Car hacking; Controller Area Network (CAN); Network Intrusion Detection Systems (NIDS)
Horsing Around — A Dataset Comprising Horse Movement
Author(s): Jacob Kamminga
Institution: University of Twente
Categories: Other Information and Computing Sciences; Artificial Intelligence and Image Processing
Keywords: Accelerometer; Activity Recognition; Animals; Compass; Gyroscope; Horses; IMU; Neck; Orientation Independent
Experimental data and MATLAB code underlying the PhD thesis: The Vortex Dynamics of Laminar Separation Bubbles
Author(s): John Kurelek, Marios Kotsonis and Serhiy Yarusevych
Institution: Delft University of Technology
Categories: Aerospace Engineering
Keywords: vortex dynamics; laminar separation bubble.
Vacancies for Software Engineers to join VSPARTICLE
VSPARTICLE is a start-up born in 2014 out of the research labs of TU Delft that focuses on the development of new nanoparticles.
The team seeks software engineers to help them create a new material database. Read more about this vacancy.
Interested in applying? Send your CV and cover letter to email@example.com.
Calling University of Twente researchers
The University of Twente will be organizing its second online software carpentry workshop during mornings of11th to 14th October.
Sessions will cover the basics of Unix shell, Python, and Git/Github.
Register to attend as a learner
Contribute to the Turing Way Book Dash
The Turing Way Book Dash is a collaborative event where you’ll work with others to add to and improve The Turing Way book and become a part of its community.
Read details about the Book Dash in The Turing Way community handbook.
Participate in the collaborative online/hybrid event between 8th to 12th November. Apply by 1st October.
Dates for your diary…
For upcoming events check out the Open Research Calendar.
Join our next community call on ‘Managing health and technology research data’
Tuesday 26th October, 11:00-12:00 CET
- LCRDM Medical device regulation from Anne Aarts (Eindhoven University of Technology)
- Hand Neuro-Motor Characterisation: Publishing medical data from Kostas Nizamis (University of Twente).
- NASA Space Apps Challenge Hackathon on 2nd & 3rd October. Register now.
- Big Geodata Talks: Microsoft Planetary Computer on 5th October. Register now.
- Open Science Coffee: Diversity & Inclusion in Research, Technology and Design Research by Open Science Community Delft on 6th October. Register now.
- Workshop on Sustainable Software Sustainability (WoSSS) from 6th to 8th October. Check out the programme and register.
- Frictionless Data Hackathon on 7th & 8th October. Register now.
- COAR Asia 2021 from 25th to 27th October. See the schedule and register.
- RDA 18th Plenary from 3rd to 11th November. Register now.
- Open Publishing Fest from 8th to 19th November. View the calendar and propose an event.
- Hack the Hackathon: Shaping the Future of Hackathon Research and Practice at the Lorentz Center from 6th to 10th December. For more information about how to get involved, contact Daniela Huppenkothen.
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 October!