Facilities and data infrastructure

Organising facilities and data infrastructure is an important challenge. What issues are involved?

  • How can we work towards a federated landscape of facilities and data infrastructure that supports FAIR data for the customers in the universities, the UMCs and other research institutions?
  • What data infrastructures and facilities are currently available?
  • What can they be used for and how do they respond to the (most important) requirements? They should be applicable to future-oriented research data management in all phases of the research data life cycle.
  • What requirements and good practices can we formulate together for infrastructure and associated (federated) services?
  • How can we set up the services landscape based on existing elements so that every researcher in the Netherlands has FAIR data available (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Re-usable)?

Working group

 Peter Doorn (DANS)

 Paul Hofman (Eindhoven University of Technology)

 Taco de Bruin (Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ))

 Axel Berg (SURFsara)


 Renze Brandsma (University of Amsterdam/ Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences)

 Haije Wind (University of Groningen)

 Erik Flikkenschild (Leiden University Medical Centre / Netherlands Federation of University Medical Centres (NFU))

 Rob van Nieuwpoort (Netherlands eScience Centre) non-attending member

Joost van der Nat (National Coalition for Digital Preservation (NCDD))

 Jeff Templon (Nikhef)

 Laurents Sesink (Leiden University)

 Ed Simons / Caspar Terheggen ( Radboud University Nijmegen)


 Joyce Nijkamp / Jeroen Roodhart (University of Amsterdam)

 Ariaan Siezen / Arnoud van der Maas (Radboud University Medical Centre)

Gertjan Filarski / Sebastiaan Derks (Huygens ING (KNAW))

Eric Balster (CentERdata) non-attending member

Maarten Hoogerwerf (Utrecht University) Tom Bakker (eScience Center) Ex-officio: Ingeborg Verheul (SURFsara, LCRDM)  






Latest modifications 19 Sep 2017