Please save the date of our next FAIRagro RDM training in cooperation with PhenoRob on the 15th and 18th of January 2024. Registration is open.
“Handling and organizing plant phenotyping data – a workshop on Research Data Management”
What is ist about?
Project close to completion and suddenly the question: what do I actually do with my research data and what exactly is PhenoRoam? To avoid that, we give you an overview about handling and organizing your data throughout the research process, so you can relax and finish your research!
In two days, we will show you the most important aspects, tools and services you need to manage your research data in a structured way during the course of your project. Furthermore, you can bring your own data and we help you publish it on PhenoRoam.
When and where?
15.01.24 | 09:00 a.m. to 01:00 p.m. | Online – Theoretical Input
18.01.24 | 09:00 a.m. to 01:00 p.m. | Bonn – Hands-on workshop PhenoRoam
Who is this workshop for?
This workshop is specifically designed for researchers working within PhenoRob, Cluster of Excellence at the University of Bonn – handling (real-time) camera and/or sensor data from drones and field robots.
However, Day 1 of the workshop is open to all interested parties!
What topics will be discussed?
This first part will teach you why and how managing and publishing your data can be profitable for you and your future research life. Therefore, we will first give you an overview of the most important aspects of handling your research data. You will be introduced to the general concepts of research data management (RDM) and what tools and services can help you manage your research data throughout its lifecycle.
How will this relate to the PhenoRob project?
We will give you some insights into FAIRagro’s work on a data infrastructure that makes agricultural research data findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable (FAIR). We will take a deeper look at the FAIRagro Use Case closely related to PhenoRob, which focuses on its potential for developing data analysis methods and machine learning algorithms for in-field plant phenotyping and agricultural robotics. Furthermore, we will explore PhenoRoam (https://phenoroam.phenorob.de), the repository especially designed for the PhenoRob project (www.phenorob.de), in more detail.
In this practical part of the workshop, we will then take a closer look at storing and/or publishing data in PhenoRoam. If you have, you can bring your own data and we will go through the repository step by step with a hands-on approach.
Who is offering the workshop?
The workshop is a cooperation between FAIRagro and PhenoRob.
What do you need to participate?
Computer with internet connection, webcam and microphone.
Laptop and, if available, your own research data.
Participation in Day 1 is a prerequisite for Day 2.
The workshop will be in english.
How to register?
For PhenoRob members it is possible to participate on both days or only on Day 1. For Day 2, the maximum number of participants is 20. Participants external to PhenoRob can register for Day 1
Registration is now open. Please follow this link.
For questions, please contact Sophie Boße (she/her) – email@example.com