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)

       
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)

       
     
Maarten Hoogerwerf (Utrecht University) Ex-officio: Ingeborg Verheul (SURFsara, LCRDM)    

 

 

 

 

 

Latest modifications 10 Feb 2017