Martin Eisenacher (BioInfra.Prot), Alexander Fillbrunn (CIBI), Lukas Jelonek (BiGi), Ivaylo Kostadinov (BioData), Matthias Lange (GCBN), Burkhard Linke(BiGi), Axel Mosig (BioInfra.Prot), Wolfgang Müller (de.NBI-SysBio), Adrian Nembach (CIBI), Steffen Neumann (CIBI), Karin Schork (BioInfra.Prot)
02-09-2019 to 06-09-2019
Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK)
The life sciences are an important player in the age of Big Data. Modern high-throughput -omics technologies produce large quantities of high-dimensional data. Besides new challenges for analysing and visualising this amount of research data, also the management and sharing has become an important point in the daily research process. The major goal of the 2019s de.NBI SummerSchool is to give an overview about possibilities for a FAIR data sharing and their benefits for data producers as well as data consumers and furthermore to provide a brief introduction to recent technologies to process and inspect these data.
The major goal of the workshop is to give an overview about possibilities for a FAIR data sharing and their benefits for data producers as well as data consumers. Furthermore, an introduction to recent technologies to process and inspect these data will provided.
The training course targeted towards early career scientists like PhD students and Postdocs, but also experienced scientists, who want to learn more about analysing, handling, storing and publishing the large amount of biological research data.
Research Data Management
KNIME, R, ANOVA, LIMS, e!DAL-PGP, DOIs, ORCID, de.NBI cloud, OpenStack, FAIRDOM
First Announcement: 24-MAY-2019
Application Deadline: 05-JUL-2019
Notification of Acceptance: 12-JUL-2019
The summer school admission fee amounts to € 100 per participant.
The application is already closed.