We invite you to attend the 2nd Workshop on FAIR Data in Plasma Science from May 3-4, 2023 at Ruhr University in Bochum (Germany), virtual participation will be possible.
The workshop addresses researchers at different stages to exchange on the topic of research data management (RDM). The topics of the workshop will be electronic lab notebooks, practical issues in the daily life with research data management systems as well as presentations of already established solutions. Moreover, an interactive part is planned to focus on how to get standards to the lab. Here, we would like to address all participants to bring in their ideas and expertise from the field.
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Please fill the registration form to register for the workshop. Registration is free of charge.
Accommodations are to be organized separately, possibilities are
The workshop will be held as a hybrid meeting.
Preliminary programme (time is given in Central European Summer Time):
May 3, 2023
Community aspects, practical issues
|14:15||RDM in the low-temperature plasma community
Marina Prenzel, Markus Becker
|14:45||Introduction and use of the electronic laboratory notebook eLabFTW
Research Data Services (RDS) team at Universität Duisburg-Essen
|16:00||Open discussion / world café
May 4, 2023
How to get RDM and FAIR data standards into the lab?
|09:00||Sensors and automation
Philipp Mattern (INP)
|09:30||Research data management systems in materials science based on FAIR principles
Victor Dudarev (RUB)
|10:00||Database and formal schemas for plasma modelling
|11:00||Towards reporting standards and unified metadata schemas
|11:45||Organisation of group discussion|
|13:30||Parallel discussions on introduced topics
Plasma sources, diagnostics, modelling
|16:00||Summary and closing
The workshop is part of the activities of the INF project of the CRC 1316 at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB) and of the department Plasma Modelling and Data Science at Leibniz Institute for Plasma Science and Technology (INP). The workshop organization is supported by the Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel (CAU).