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Research Data Management for Junior Researchers: Essential Knowledge and Fundamental Steps (506)
1 December 2022
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Dr Francesco Varrato ; Dr Jessica Pidoux ; Simon Dürr
Over the last few years, research data and its good management have become increasingly important. Proper data management and publication of research data is often required by funding bodies (e.g., the SNSF or EC) as well as journals. It ensures reproducibility, it facilitates reuse by other researchers and paves the way for automated analysis and text mining. Articles containing data on average receive about 25% more citations. Moreover, as professionals, researchers can no longer risk the loss of a dataset, nor the confusion over the way they obtained their results. Research Data Management (RDM) enhances the necessary, transversal skills to boost and improve research outputs, while fostering collaborations. Whether researchers' interest lies in the challenges of digital humanities or the advancements of machine learning, for a career in academia or in industry, they need to be equally aware of the recent developments in RDM and ready to provide the data that underpin their analyses and research results.
This workshop will provide the participants with the essential knowledge and concrete examples to tackle these requirements and to manage the entire data life cycle covering both qualitative and quantitative research.
University of Lausanne
Date: Thursday, 1st December 2022
Schedule: 9 am to 5 pm
Place: University of Lausanne
Jessica Pidoux has a PhD in Digital Humanities from the EPFL and a master degree in sociology of communication from the University of Lausanne. Her PhD research focused on dating apps' development practices and usages to formulate a new algorithmic-communication process established in online dating where the collection of personal-sensitive data and privacy risks remain underexplored.She is now the director of personaldata.io, a Swiss nonprofit making data rights actionable, and a post doctorate at SciencesPo Paris (CEE), where she investigates cooperation dynamics in Citizen Science projects. Jessica Pidoux is an active member of DataChampions-EPFL and MyData Global.
Participants are eligible for reimbursement of incurred travel expenses by train between the city of their university and the location of the workshop (half-fare card, 2nd class).