Helping researchers to effectively manage, archive and share their data can be challenging.
TU Delft believes that in data management there tend to be very few (if any) one-size fit all solutions. In addition, centralised support does not always find its way to all the departments and faculties. Therefore, there is a need to offer faculty-specific help and to facilitate internal networking in the departments and across the campus.
To do this, TU Delft appointed dedicated Data Stewards within every faculty as part of its Data Stewardship project.
Marta Teperek is leading the project, and during this webinar she will explain who the data stewards are, how they work together and how are they funded. In addition, She will also discuss key challenges for the project and future plans.
Join us on Thursday 13 September at 1500 CET.
Room Capacity: Our webinar room can host a maximum of 100 participants. Registration does not guarantee a spot but does ensure that you will receive information on joining and an email after the webinar with links to the recording and slides. Alternatively, you can simply access the room at this link: https://liber.adobeconnect.com/datastewardship
Arrive Early, Share A Connection: Since space is limited, we encourage you to join the room early to ensure a spot. We also encourate participants at the same institution to participate in the live webinar from a single location.
Recording & Slides: Following the webinar, we send a link to the recording and slides to everyone registered.
Marta Teperek did a PhD in molecular biology at the University of Cambridge. Subsequently, she became professionally involved in advocating for Open Research and for better transparency in science.
In 2015 she joined the University of Cambridge and led the creation and development of the Research Data Management Facility, supporting researchers at the University of Cambridge in good management and sharing of research data. While at Cambridge, Marta initiated and overseen the Data Champions programme and the Open Research Pilot.
In August 2017 Marta moved to TU Delft in Netherlands, where she is leading the Data Stewardship project.
Marta serves on the Editorial Board of the Data Science Journal and Co-Chairs the Research Data Alliance Libraries for Research Data Interest Group. She regularly publishes blog posts and peer-reviewed publications topics of data management and open science and is professionally active on Twitter.