MPDL Roadshows & Workshops Archiv
June 28, 2022 I 02:00 pm | Virtual Meeting
May 24, 2022 I 02:00 pm | Virtual Meeting
April 19, 2022 I 02:00 pm | Virtual Meeting
March 22, 2022 I 02:00 pm | Virtual Meeting
January 25, 2022 I 02:00 pm | Virtual Meeting
November 23, 2021 I 02:00 pm | Virtual Meeting
Dealing with human research data poses special challenges for research data management. In order to strengthen the internal networking in this field within the Max Planck Society, the Max Planck Digital Library is organizing this discussion series. We therefore cordially invite all interested MPG colleagues on Tuesday, June 28, 2022, at 2 pm (.ics file here), to discuss current questions of human research data.
You can find more info about the Discussion Series on the FDM Workshop website.
More details about the program here.
May 12-13, 2022 I Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology I Plön
May 12-13, 2022 I Virtual
Software literacy has become a key competence for scientists across all disciplines. Scientists use software every day, and software development is becoming an increasingly important component of scientific productivity. However, the software needed for certain research projects can get highly complex and take up resources otherwise needed for core research. In the demanded professionalization of software development in research, specialized Research Software Engineers have emerged in recent years. With their help, researchers tackle the challenges in the areas of software and data, such as reproducibility, correctness, user-friendliness, performance, or maintenance.
We would like to cordially invite all interested scientists, research software engineers, IT and computing specialists, and individuals involved in creating, using, or otherwise dealing with research software in the Max Planck Society. We also welcome participants from other research institutions.
The workshop will be held in hybrid form, so you will be able to connect remotely or come to the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Biology in Plön.
You can find more info about the event here.
November 2, 2021 I 09:00 am - 01:00 pm | Virtual Meeting
Digital means and open-access policies are changing the landscape of scientific publishing in the humanities and social sciences, too. The workshop wants to explore both major challenges and concrete solutions in a highly dynamic interdisciplinary field of scientific practice. It aims at sharing past experiences and visions for future developments. Speakers and participants (especially from the GSHS) from different sectors such as digital humanities, publication management, research data management, libraries, public relations are invited to share their knowledge. At the same time, we will discuss perspectives for further development and possibilities for cooperation within the MPG.
The workshop will focus on exchange. So we would like to ask you what issues in digital publishing are currently on your mind? And what would you or your colleagues like to talk about and share? Such urgent topics of conversation would help us to organize the appropriate talks.
You can find more info on the FDM Workshop website.
The registration for the workshop is now available.
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.
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 13 - 15, 2019 | Meeting of the Max Planck Libraries | Göttingen
February 20 - 22, 2019 I Castle Ringberg I Tegernsee I Bavaria I Germany
Please note that bloxberg will be a conference by invitation only addressed to delegates from research organizations.