The Center for Sustainable Research Data Management (RDM) would like to provide comprehensive support to scientists and researchers at the Universität Hamburg in the selection and use of digital tools and services in handling research data.
With our offer, we would like to accompany you from the application phase to the completion of your research project. Please contact us.
Our mission statement is based on the following core areas:
We would like to set up a feasible framework for action and not to make any demands that are far away from the practice. As the requirements constantly change, we will also adapt our actions to the requirements.
- Strengthen data culture and create incentives
We would like to encourage you to handle your digital research data and results with care, and to demonstrate the advantages of an open and sustainable data culture. In doing so, we rely on volunteering and advice and would like to convince with our offer.
We would like to take you into account for the further development of the research data management. The diversity of the cultures is an important fact for us. Activities in the context of networks and alliances and well-functioning existing solutions we would like to integrate.
- Implementation organization
Through our website and information in the form of lectures and publications, we want to establish an open communication. Contact us at any time!
The scientific needs are in the center of all activities and we build on existing activities. For you as users, the technical side should go as far as possible into the background. We will therefore place great emphasis on simple and easy to understand workflows. We take your suggestions and criticism seriously and will work on an improvement. In cooperation with the Regional Computer Center, we will continually adapt the necessary technical infrastructure to the requirements.
We would like to make sure that RDM is integrated into lectures or e.g. summer schools in the area of Master's degree programs in order to reach a long-term competence development on the subject of research data management for young scientists.
Inspired by the recommendation of the 19th Annual General Meeting of the HRK on 10 November 2015 in Kiel:
"Wie Hochschulleitungen die Entwicklung des Forschungsdatenmanagements steuern können - Orientierungspfade, Handlungsoptionen, Szenarien"