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Join and contribute to the University's future e-infrastructure!

Two hands holding up small stones.

Is data storage a challenge? Is data sharing difficult? Do you need special software for your research? Welcome to a workshop about Lund's future e-infrastructure!

Research is becoming increasingly data-driven and dependent on advanced e-infrastructure* to facilitate analysis and make research data available. Lund University (LU) wants to support our researchers in this development in the most effective way possible, and as a part of this an investigation was launched in October 2020. The aim of the investigation is to highlight researchers' need for support in matters concerning the handling of research data in research projects. A report will be submitted to the Research Board in May 2021.

On the 23rd and 24th of March, at 09.00-11.00, workshops will be arranged for researchers at Lund University. The design and content are the same over both days. On these two occasions it will be possible to take part in the project's content and goals, as well as put forward your own needs and views.

Researchers from all faculties are warmly welcome!

Register here. The last day to register is 19th of March.

Questions about the investigation or the workshops are sent to: einfrastrukturutredning [at] fs [dot] lu [dot] se

* E-infrastructure: equipment, software and services for the collection, transmission, calculation, analysis, storage and making research data available.