At the Barcamp 2023 Konrad Förstner interviews Hannes Wünsche (RKI) regarding the application of GitHub during COVID-19 epidemic and alternatives to GitHub for Open Science.
At the Barcamp 2023 Konrad Förstner interviews Peter Murray-Rust and Simon Worthington about a session regarding the Semantic Climate project.
At the Barcamp Open Science 2023 Konrad Förstner interviews the organizers Tamara Heck (DIPF) and Guido Scherp (ZBW) and look head to future instances.
The National Research Data Infrastructure for Germany – NFDI for short – has been under construction since 2018. Its goal is as simple as it is complex: to systematically open up the valuable data resources of science and research for the entire German science system, to network them, and thus to make them more usable. This would create a sustainable and flexible digital knowledge repository for all research areas, which in turn can be an indispensable prerequisite for new research questions, findings and innovations. In order to gain an insight into the development of the NFDI, its organs and their tasks, but above all to get an overview of the consortia that have been set up in 3 rounds, we have invited the man who probably knows the most about it at the moment: Prof. Dr. York Sure-Vetter, the current director of the NFDI.
And York did not disappoint.
At the Barcamp Open Science 2021 Konrad had the chance to have a brief wrap-up interview with Christian Freisleben, who hosted a session on Learner-generated content as Open Educational Resources, which was organized as OER itself.
At the Barcamp Open Science 2021 Konrad had the chance to have a brief wrap-up interview with Thomas Lösch, who hosted a session together with Sonja Bayer on (Re-)using available research data in the social, educational, behavioural and economic sciences. The session was intended to get an overview of what the current state was, how data is data used and what works when it comes to data reusability?