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Marlene Pacharra (INF) and Tobias Otto (INF) interviewed on research data management

Project INF provides an insight into the work of an information infrastructure project and tells of the tasks and challenges involved in organising, storing, documenting and providing data. In concrete terms, this often means providing individual advice to researchers, e.g. as part of the “SFB 1280 Data Cleaning Day”, but also creating sustainable infrastructures for research data management (FDM) for the entire university. For example, Project INF supports the Research Data Management working group in the development of the Ruhr University’s new research data management system.

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