Working groups 2015-2017
In the period 2015-2017, the National Coordination Point Research Data Management (LCRDM) facilitated five national working groups that worked on the development of various aspects of RDM policy.
In the composition of the working groups, efforts were made to ensure that the main stakeholders participate in each specific RDM aspect.
The work agendas and meeting reports of all work groups are available on request. A roadmap (based on a quick scan and available on request) formed the basis for all activities of the LCDRM for the period 2015-2017.
Working group on Research Support and Advice
In the period 2015-2017, the LCRDM working group Research Support worked on topics such as tooling and advice on data management plan templates, FAIR data, safe data, data management training.
Annemie Mordant (MEMIC), Hans Gankema (RUG), Afelonne Doek (IISG) , Alastair Dunning (TUD), Annemiek van der Kuil (UU), Jan Baljé / Henk van der Zijden (Hanzehogeschool Groningen), Jan Bot (SURFsara), Jolien Scholten (VU), Luiz Olavo Bonino da Silva Santos (DTL), Margreet Bloemers (ZonMw), Mariëtte van Selm (UvA/HvA), Marjan Grootveld (DANS), Marlon Domingus (EUR), Rudy Scholte (AMC), Toine Kuiper (TUe), Vera Sarkol (CWI), Ingeborg Verheul (ex Officio; LCRDM)
Working group on Financial Aspects of RDM
The LCRDM Working Group on Financial Aspects investigated (current and future) bottlenecks in the financing of research data management in the period 2015-2017 and prepared a round table consultation with policy makers and research funders.
Magchiel Bijsterbosch (SURFsara), Christine Elsenga (RUG), Ingrid Dillo (DANS), Jacques Beursgens (UM), Jan Willem Boiten (Data4LifeSciences), Jan-Willen Brock (LEI), Michelle van der Kooij (TUD), Marcel Ras (NCDD), Reinout Raijmakers (UU), Marlon Domingus (EUR), Ingeborg Verheul (ex officio; LCRDM)
Working group on Legal Aspects and IPR
In the period 2015-2017, the LCRDM Working Group on Legal Aspects worked on topics such as privacy guidelines, training in the introduction of the GDPR, open science, cooperated in the revision of VSNU codes of conduct, of scientific guidelines, wrote policy notes and formed the ideas around a national legal desk.
Marlon Domingus (EUR), Esther Hoorn (RUG), Arjan van Hessen (CLARIAH/UT), Heiko Tjalsma (DANS), Hylke Annema (TiU), Marion Leenen (UvA/HvA), Martin Boeckhout (NFU), Melika Nariman (EUR), Olga Scholcz (SURFnet), Petra Tolen / Tom Paffen (VU), Janet Krijger (LEI), Ingeborg Verheul (ex officio; LCRDM)
Working group on Facilities and Data Infrastructures
In the period 2015-2017, the LCRDM Infrastructure working group worked on topics such as a reference architecture for research, a service catalog and a list of definitions shared by the various LCRDM working groups.
The RDM reference architecture is a model for implementing RDM policy in an efficient and effective manner. The architecture prepares for collaborative projects and indicates where policy transitions are located, where certain services and facilities are required and what happens with the data per policy transition.
Peter Doorn (DANS), Paul Hofman (TU/e), Ariaan Siezen / Arnoud van der Maas (Radboud UMC), Axel Berg (SURFsara), Ed Simons / Caspar Terheggen (RU), Erik Flikkenschild (LUMC), Gertjan Filarski / Sebastiaan Derks (Huygens ING/CLARIAH), Haije Wind (RUG), Jeff Templon (NIKHEF), Joost van der Nat (NCDD), Joyce Nijkamp / Jeroen Roodhart (UvA), Laurents Sesink (Universitaire Bibliotheken Leiden), Maarten Hoogerwerf (UU), Renze Brandsma (UvA/UBA), Taco de Bruin (NIOZ), Tom Bakker (eScience Center), Ingeborg Verheul (ex officio; LCRDM)
Working group Awareness/Engagement
In the period 2015-2017, the LCRDM Awareness group worked on topics such as engagement, incentives, financing and open data.
Jacquelijn Ringersma (WUR), Fieke Schoots (LEI), Henk van den Hoogen (UM), Hylke Annema (TiU), Jasper van Dijck (TUD), Marc Broekhoven (TUe), Patrick Hoetink (UT), Rob Gommans (RU), Rob Hooft (DTL), Rosemary van Kempen (NWO), Ton Smeele (UU), Victor Eggenhuizen (KNAW/NIOO), Ingeborg Verheul (ex officio/LCRDM)