FAIR is the central theme in the FAIR Data Austria project. The focus is on the development of repositories and automated data management plans as well as accompanying trainings that enable researchers to increasingly integrate the FAIR principles into their activities.
The FAIR Office Austria initiative emerged from this project and set itself the task of networking stakeholders from research and service institutions in order to jointly advance the topic of FAIR principles in Austria. At the same time, it is linked to the global GO FAIR initiative.
We are pleased to invite you to our launch event:
When: Wednesday, 9 June 2021, 14:00 to 16:00 hrs.
Online (link will be sent to you after registration and before the event)
When: Wednesday, 9 June 2021, 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Online (Link will be sent to you after successful registration and before the event)
- Welcome and introduction – Ronald Maier, Vizerektor für Digitalisierung und Wissenstransfer an der Universität Wien
- GOing FAIR (Inter)nationally – Hana Pergl, GO FAIR International Support and Coordination Office (GFISCO) & CODATA
- GO FAIR in Practice: The Discovery Implementation Network – Peter Kraker, Open Knowledge Maps & GO FAIR Executive Board
- Web of FAIR Data and Services – EOSC: The Austrian Use Case – Stefan Hanslik, Bundesministerium für Bildung, Wissenschaft und Forschung (BMBWF) & Paolo Budroni, TU Wien Bibliothek, Head of EOSC and International Liaison Office
- Data Policy: Making Public Data FAIR – Martin Semberger, Bundesministerium für Digitalisierung und Wirtschaftsstandort (BMDW)
- FAIR Office Austria – an initiative to connect research communities and service providers – Barbara Sánchez, TU Wien, Zentrum für Forschungsdatenmanagement
- Technical infrastructures supporting the FAIR principles: Building blocks for FAIRness for public and sensitive data – Andreas Rauber, TU Wien, Institut für Information Systems Engineering
- FAIR Research @ TU Graz – Interview von Stefanie Lindstaedt (TU Graz und Know-Center GmbH) mit einem Forschenden der TU Graz
Moderation: Tereza Kalová, Universitätsbibliothek Wien
Note: The event language is English. The presentations of the event will be recorded, but this does not affect the text and voice channels of the participants.