Please find events before January 2016 in our MPDL Event Archive.
June-October, 2021 | every Wednesday | on Zoom
Open Science practices have become more and more a part of researchers‘ everyday life. The MPDL presents a virtual series of pertinent talks to provide Max Planck colleagues with the latest information on Open Science best practices, tools, platforms, and regulations. We invited speakers from diverse fields to present their Open Science-related projects, experiences, or initiatives.
The 2021 virtual talk series will take place every Wednesday at 1:00 pm from June to October. You can find more info here.
September 20, 2021 I 1:00 pm - 6:15 pm CEST | Virtual Workshop
September 22, 2021 I 9:00 am - 1:30 pm CEST | Virtual Workshop
The workshop aims at building up an ELN network with the Max Planck Society. During the workshop, we will be sharing experiences with ELNs, discussing results from the MPG ELN Survey in March 2022, and exchanging ideas about best-practice workflows for ELNs at local MPG institutes.
The participation is open for all employees of the Max Planck Society and associated institutions.
More information and registration for ELN Workshop.
September 29 - October 01, 2021 I Harnack House I Berlin I Germany
September 29 - October 01, 2021 I Couch I Worldwide
Please note that bloxberg will be a conference by invitation only addressed to delegates from research organizations.
June 7-10, 2021 | Wherever you are
This event will guide you through all over the MPG City, starting in the middle – your Institute! Come & join us while the ride starts downtown and ends in some of the most beautiful suburbs you have ever seen. This is your chance to learn more about everything you have access to within your MPG City. It doesn’t matter if you’ve just moved here or if you have been a long-time resident. Since the town is growing continuously – everybody is welcome!
Learn about all the exciting services, networks, and possibilities you have within the MPG! Join us for the very first MPG City Week where you might even become part of some new town area, you’ve never even heard anything about?
More Info: MPG City Week
June 8, 2021 I MPG City Week I Wherever you are
The LeadNet symposium is the annual meeting of all junior researchers holding a leadership responsibility in the Max Planck Society. All research leaders can share scientific and technological knowledge and address common career and administrative issues. The LeadNet steering committee has again assembled an exciting program!
This year LeadNet will be part of the virtual MPG City Week from June 7-10, 2021. The LeadNet Symposium 2021 will take place Tuesday, June 8, 2021. The event will be integrated into MPG City Week. Registration is open now!
June 1, 2021 I 09:00 am - 12:30 pm | Virtual Meeting
The workshop is addressed to Max Planck colleagues from the Humanities, Social Sciences, and related research fields. It aims at offering a platform for exchanging ideas and experiences concerning the challenges and the current status of the development of digital infrastructures. The workshop also wants to discuss perspectives for further development and possibilities for cooperation within the MPG.
You can find the program on the FDM Workshop website.
The registration for the workshop is now available.
5. und 6. Mai 2021 I online
Forschungsdatenmanagement erlebt seit einigen Jahren eine große Beachtung. Beispiele hierfür sind die Entwicklung der Nationalen Forschungsdateninfrastruktur (NFDI), der baldige Start der European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) und die zunehmende Relevanz von FDM-Aspekten bei Drittmittelanträgen. Diese komplexen Entwicklungen im Forschungsdatenmanagement betreffen auch die Max-Planck-Gesellschaft. Neben den technischen Voraussetzungen ist eine kontinuierliche Kompetenzentwicklung aller Beteiligten ein wesentlicher Aspekt für das Bestehen im wissenschaftlichen Wettbewerb. Diesen Aspekt werden wir eine besondere Aufmerksamkeit widmen.
Weitere Information sind auf der Workshop-Website.
April 20, 2021 I 09:00 am - 12:00 pm | Virtual Meeting
In addition to the annual FDM Workshop, the MPDL will host a digital workshop on Human Research Data in Practice.
The workshop aims to address MPG colleagues on all fronts of data collection, analysis, and evaluation in human sciences. We would like to exchange views on the existing problems and the possible solutions that may already have been found. These are problems in everyday practice, IT solutions, or dealing with research data that are generated on, with, or by people.
May 28 - 29, 2020 I Harnack Haus I Berlin
The LeadNet symposium is the annual meeting of all junior researchers holding a leadership responsibility in the Max Planck Society. All research leaders can share scientific and technological knowledge, as well as address common career and administrative issues. The LeadNet steering committee has again assembled an exciting program!
More information for the LeadNet Symposium 2020.
May 27 & 28, 2020 | Harnack Haus | Berlin | Germany
The MPRGL annual meeting is for all Max Planck Research Group Leaders holding a leadership responsibility in the Max Planck Society. All Max Planck Research Groupleaders can share scientific and technological knowledge, as well as address common career and administrative issues. The MPRGL-Speakers have again assembled an exciting program!
More information on the MPRGL Annual Meeting.
02nd and 3rd of March 2020 I Berlin, Harnack House
The Event is directed at researchers and specialists from inside und especially from outside the Max Planck Society who are interested in an interdisciplinary communication about Open Science. For this event, we have decided to broaden our view on the world of research and to examine the relationship between Open Science and Good Scientific Practice.
The conference language will be English, the participation fee is 100 € and the number of participants is limited to 60 persons.
For additional information please visit: http://osd.mpdl.mpg.de/.
CANCELLED: More information will follow soon!
December 10 - 11, 2019 I Harnack House I Berlin
PhDnet in collaboration with the Max Planck Digital Library restart the Open Access Ambassadors program (OAA). A conference with leading experts and interactive workshops for Max Planck Society’s early career researchers (ERCs)! The OAA program follows a train-the-trainer concept aiming at enabling ECRs to promote open access and open science at their respective institutes. We invite each Max-Planck-Institute to send one to two ECRs to the Berlin event. At the Berlin conference and workshop, OAA will collaboratively develop action plans to be implemented at their institutes.
Become an Ambassador and register now!
Please find events before January 2016 in our MPDL Event Archive.