07. May 2024, 09:30 until 12:30

How do you write a data management plan (DMP) - and why anyway?


Learn about research data management to fulfil funders' requirements and to benefit in your daily work.

Funding bodies, in their request for open science and FAIR principles, increasingly require well-defined data management as well as a Data Management Plan (DMP). A DMP helps researchers consider all relevant questions concerning the handling of data along the research lifecycle. This includes storage and archiving infrastructures, publication of data, as well as citation, use of persistent identifiers, long-term access and potential deletion. 

Participants of this workshop will learn about the tools and support available with respect to research data management at TU Wien and beyond. The workshop covers expectations of funders as well as the benefits for individual researchers from improved data management and useful tips for the creation of DMPs. 

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Event location

Seminarraum FAV 01 A, HE
1040 Wien
Favoritenstraße 9-11



Center for RDM
Christiane Stork





Entrance fee



Registration required


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