The 10 initiatives taken up through the Digital Competence Centres in 2022 include interesting projects in the areas of virtual data assistance, Yoda, SRAM and text mining. In this third and final information session, we will interactively share the results of three projects.
Registration in advance is not necessary, you are cordially invited to join online!
|1. FY4C – FAIR Yoda for communities
Leiden University, Utrecht University, Vrije Universiteit, Wageningen University and Erasmus University Rotterdam
|2. Validation Anonymisation Tooling (VAT)
|3. Data Stations
* Note: the presentations are in English
The digitisation of science is noticeable in all fields and disciplines. The implementation plan “Investments in digital research infrastructure” describes how Digital Competence Centres (DCCs) are to play a role in pooling and sharing knowledge and expertise in the field of digitisation. SURF has an important role in technically facilitating and coordinating the secure, federated system to interconnect the DCCs and in supporting the DCCs in knowledge sharing. SURF supports the DCCs, including by issuing calls for proposals, organising a SURF Research Bootcamp and facilitating the DCC-IN network.
All those interested in DCCs. Institutions not affiliated to SURF and other interested parties are also welcome to join!
Registration in advance is not necessary: you can join online on the day itself. See the MS Teams link for this third session on 26 April on this page.
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