Research Data Management at the University of Vienna

Monday, April 22, 2024, 10:00 AM


The requirements for the management of research data during and after research projects are increasing. From the planning of a project, to the analysis of collected data, to the sharing of results through different channels, researchers have different tools, systems and services (at the University of Vienna) at their disposal to manage data according to good scientific practice. This workshop provides an overview of the relevant aspects of Research Data Management and addresses best practices as well as participant-oriented examples along the research data life cycle.

Learning Goals

The workshop gives a general introduction to the concepts of Research Data Management, Open Science and the FAIR principles and is divided into the sections of the research data life cycle: Planning: data management plans, file naming, folder structures, README files; Collection: backups, file formats; Preparation/Analysis: data storage and processing, data sharing; Archiving: repositories, metadata for research data, licences, persistent identifiers; Publishing: Data Journals; Reuse: FAIR principles, Open Science, search strategies


Workshop (hybrid)

Target Group

Researchers (Beginner), University teachers (Beginner)



Date and Time

Date: Monday, April 22, 2024, 10:00 AM

Duration: 10 am-1 pm and 10 am-1 pm

Location: 2.129 Seminar Room 2.1, University of Vienna Biology Building, 1030 Wien, Djerassiplatz 1

Format: On-site session

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Maximum participants: 12

Lecturer: Monika Bargmann, Michael Feichtinger

Further Information

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22.04.2024 10:00-13:00 - Day 1 will be held ON-SITE at the University of Vienna Biology Building

25.04.2024 10:00-13:00 - Day 2 will be held ONLINE