Dr. Johannes Vosskuhl

+49 (0)441 798-3576
W3 1-139


Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg
Fakultät V - Geschäftsstelle
Ammerländer Heerstr. 114-118
26129 Oldenburg


Workshop Research Data Management

DataPreTest, DatauntilSeptember, Datafinal_2: These or similar folder names can be found on many scientists' computers. But which of this data is actually relevant for an article publication? Does the knowledge about it still exist three years later? Does my data storage comply with the rules of good scientific practice? Is it possible to share data with colleagues in such a structure?

Research data management starts, at the latest, at the beginning of data acquisition and on your own computer. In order to learn the most important techniques of RDM and to avoid data chaos, the Scientific Computing offers a workshop on research data management.

The workshop consists of content-related discussions that link the principles and techniques taught with the participants' everyday scientific work, as well as some practical parts in which the methods learnt are to be applied to a realistic data set. In this way, the participants understand what is important, which difficulties poor data management can cause and how to prevent this. The aim of the practical elements is to convert a dataset into a publishable format and bring it into accordance with the FAIR principles.

Course organisation

  • 2 half days (3 – 4h) course 
  • Practical parts and discussions


  • RDM basics, FAIR principles, metadata, standardisation, storage, UOL systems
  • Open Science, legal aspects, data publication, data repositories, Dare (UOL data repository)

Target audience

  • Anyone who collects their own research data (especially PhD-students)

Course dates

  • Planned for the winter semester 24/25 in OLTECH
(Changed: 26 Mar 2024)  | 
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