The data support collective

LCRDM Networking day 29th of March 2022

Time: 10:00 - 17:00
Location: Utrecht, Muntgebouw

Afternoon Sessions: find it here
Programme: find it here
Registration: register here

Tuesday the 29th of March LCRDM will have its first Networking Day of 2022 in Utrecht, in the Muntgebouw, from 10.00-17.00.

We want to take this opportunity to reflect on a decade of RDM professionals, the value added to research and science. And of course, we will be looking forward: what's up, new and different in the RDM landscape. The day will have ample time and space to reconnect with your colleagues.

During the morning program researchers and RDM support staff will talk about their synergy in Research and Data Management (https://www.demaastrichtstudie.nl/)  (https://m-unlock.nl/). A keynote will be provided by 4TU and NWO on  Time to re-think the academic vs support staff divide? In the afternoon you can particpate in two different sessions (out of 5) provided by UMCUtrecht, eScience Center, DANS, SURF and Leiden University with new things to come. 

The End note will be from Stefan Leijnen (lector HU) on responsible application of artificial intelligence, explainability, autonomy and creativity.

 

 

Coordination point

About us

The National Coordination Point Research Data Management (LCRDM) is a national network of research data management (RDM) experts. The LCRDM connects policy and daily practice.

Within the LCRDM, experts work together to put RDM topics on the agenda that require a joint national approach. 

Pool of Experts

Procedure

LCRDM - taakgroep adviesgroep

Do you have RDM questions that could benefit from a national approach? You
will find our working method on the Task groups page.

Pitch Medical Device Regulation and RDM support

Pitch Medical Device Regulation and RDM support

Amsterdam UMC, location VUmc has submitted a pitch for a new LCRDM task group. The goal of this task group is to:

  1. map out whether and how Universities and UMCs are preparing for the new MDR legislation
  2. determine what support general RDM support (for example, the central data steward) should be able to offer
  3. determine what other support within the (own) organisation should be available (in the area of technological and related monitoring or legal requirements).

RDM in the Netherlands

Glossary

23 Things: Audience specific

New versions by LCRDM:
Audience specific 

'Open Science' and LCRDM