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Thursday, 11 April 2019

Research Data Management

Date and time

Thursday, 11 April 2019, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.


Joh. v. Neumann-Haus
Rudower Chaussee 25, 12489 Berlin

Target group

Female PhD students and postdocs, max. of 12 participants


WiNS Adlershof program (Women in Natural Sciences)




Application deadline

1 April 2019
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Katarzyna Biernacka

Further information

Workshop flyer

Research data is part of a digitisation process in science that challenges aspects of scientific work such as reproducibility, reusability or sustainability. The professional management of digital research data is an essential prerequisite for effective and excellent research. In the workshop, the most important aspects of research data management will be considered:

  • research data life cycle
  • research data policies
  • data management plan
  • structuring of data
  • documentation
  • storage and backup
  • long-term archiving
  • access security
  • publication of research data
  • re-use of research data
  • legal aspects.

The units are accompanied by practical exercises, through which the newly acquired knowledge can be strengthened and transferred to the participants’ own cases. The participants get to know useful tools and platforms for an effective work with their data.

The workshop is conducted as part of the WiNS (Women in Natural Sciences) Adlershof program.


About the trainer

Katarzyna Biernacka holds a Diploma degree in Computer Science from the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. She currently works as a PhD student in the research group of Prof. Pinkwart. Her research focuses on Information and Communication Technology in teaching and research integrity. Previously, she worked as a project coordinator in the “FDMentor” project and was responsible for creating a train-the-trainer concept for research data management. She now offers a series of workshops in the field of digital science.

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