Workshop on FAIR Data in Plasma Science

The 3rd Workshop on FAIR Data in Plasma Science (FDPSIII) will take place on May 13-14, 2024 at Kiel University, Kiel, Germany. There will be the option for virtual participation.

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The workshop is a continuation of successful events on research data management in the low-temperature plasma community in the past years. It aims to inform about current developments and to strengthen the exchange in the community on this topic. A further step in the series will be contributions on the needs and practical solutions related to the implementation of the FAIR data principles into practical research workflows. This covers both the field of laboratory experiments as well as modeling/simulations. A hands-on session will demonstrate how the electronic laboratory notebook system eLabFTW and the metadata creation tool Adamant can be set up and used in the field of plasma research.

Venue

The on-site event will take place at

Institute of Experimental and Applied Physics
Kiel University
Conference room LS 19/214
Leibnizstraße 19
24118 Kiel, Germany

The workshop will be held as a hybrid meeting. The meeting link will be distributed to all registered persons a few days before the workshop starts.

Format and programme

Workshop agenda (time is given in Central European Summer Time):

May 13, 2024

14:00 Welcome
Kerstin Sgonina, Marina Prenzel & Markus Becker (Kiel University, University Bochum & INP Greifswald)
14:15 RDM-SH - The Schleswig-Holstein State Initiative for research data management
Thilo-Paul Stüve (Kiel University)
14:45 Research data management in a material science collaborative research center (CRC1625)
Victor Dudarev (University Bochum)
15:15 Coffee break
15:30 Research data management in materials science
Thomas Hammerschmidt (University Bochum)
16:00 Making data open in science - The DAPHNE4NFDI approach
Bridget Murphy (Kiel University)
16:30 LARA and NFDI4Cat - how can research data be automatically semantically annotated? A demonstration
Mark Dörr (University Greifswald)
17:00 Closing day 1
18:30 Joint dinner

May 14, 2024

09:00 The HELPMI project from the Helmholtz Metadata Collaboration: Data standardisation in high-power laser plasma experimental physics
Hans-Peter Schlenvoigt (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf)
09:30 Efficient Metadata Integration: User-friendly instrument integration into eLabFTW within CRC 1261
Thorge Petersen & Sören Kaps (Kiel University)
10:00 LXCat 3 and beyond
Daan Boer & Jan van Dijk (Eindhoven University of Technology)
10:30 Coffee break
10:45 Collaboration on RDM in low-temperature plasma physics
Marina Prenzel (University Bochum)
11:30 Introduction to eLabFTW for research and development in low-temperature plasma science
Kerstin Sgonina, Marina Prenzel & Markus Becker (Kiel University, University Bochum & INP Greifswald)
12:00 Lunch
13:00 Hands-on session: How to use eLabFTW and Adamant in practice
  • Ca. 13:15: OES experiment with COST Jet
  • Ca. 14:45: Coffee break
  • Ca. 15:00: Adamant for schema-based metadata collection
16:00 Closing

Accommodation

A selection of possible accommodations is listed below, sorted by the distance to the Physics Department

Contact

The workshop is part of the activities of the working group Experimental Plasma Physics at the Kiel University (CAU), 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).

Experimental Plasma Physics
Institute of Experimental and Applied Physics
Kiel University
Leibnizstraße 17
24118 Kiel
E-mail: sgonina@physik.uni-kiel.de
Web: https://www.physik.uni-kiel.de/de/institute/ag-benedikt

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