Ready for BioData Management? - Advanced Data Management Plans
Do you want to apply for a H2020 project and are struggling with the Data Management Plan (DMP)?
"Ready for BioData Management? - Advanced Data Management Plans" is a one-day course where participants will be guided through the process of preparing a real data management plan (DMP) for a real research project, according to the H2020 DMP template.
The course assumes participants have basic notions of DMPs. It will feature a lecture introducing the DMPOnline platform that the participants will be using, and another lecture overviewing the H2020 DMP template, but the majority of the course will be a hands-on session where participants prepare a DMP in the platform, in pairs.
Participants are encouraged to bring their own research project or project plan, in the interest of producing a DMP that is relevant for them. Participants that do not bring one will be paired with those that do, or a project will otherwise be provided for them.
Registration and attendance fee
The event requires an attendance fee of 40€. This fee is waived for IGC and BioData.pt collaborators.
Registration is mandatory, and limited to 20 participants, on a first-come first-served basis.
Please register for the event here.
You will then be sent a link to pay the attendance fee, if applicable.
Senior Researchers, Lab Managers, Postdocs and PhD Students with basic knowledge of DMPs.
Participants in the "Introduction to Data Management Plans" workshop.
João Cardoso (BioData.pt/INESC-ID)
Daniel Faria (BioData.pt/INESC-ID)
9:30 Welcome address (Daniel Faria & João Cardoso)
9:35 Introduction to the Advanced DMP Workshop (Daniel Faria)
9:45 The DMPOnline (João Cardoso)
10:05 Breaking Down the H2020 DMP Template (João Cardoso)
10:50 Hands-On DMP Creation Exercise (Part 1)
12:30 Lunch break*
13:30 Hands-On DMP Creation Exercise (Part 2)
16:20 Hands-On DMP Creation Exercise (Part 3)
17:30 Farewell address
* Lunch is included for paying participants. IGC and BioData.pt collaborators have to acquire it by their own means at the IGC cafeteria.