2 October: Workshop on Software Reproducibility at DTL Communities@Work

Maria Cruz (VU Amsterdam Library) and Yasemin Turkyilmaz-van der Velden (TU Delft) will organise a workshop on software reproducibility at the DTL Communities@Work conference on 2 October 2018 in Utrecht. The workshop will address the use of software containers to improve software reproducibility. In addition, we will discuss how researchers and research software engineers can collaborate to improve software design. Please join… Continue reading

2 October: Workshop ‘Making Software FAIR’ at DTL Communities@Work

Anna-Lena Lamprecht (Utrecht University) and Carlos Martinez-Ortiz (Netherlands eScience Center) will organise a workshop ‘Making Software FAIR’ at the DTL Communities@Work conference on 2 October 2018 in Utrecht. The Netherlands eScience Center is involved as co-organiser. The FAIR Data Principles recommend that all research data should be Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable, for both machines and people (Wilkinson et al., 2016). Recently,… Continue reading

Join our Programmers Meeting on 14 September 2018

To encourage collaboration and communication between scientific programmers active in the Dutch life sciences field, DTL frequently organises Programmers Meetings in collaboration with SURF. The next meeting will take place on 14 September 2018. Read more.

ELIXIR teams up with The Carpentries to boost its training programme

ELIXIR and The Carpentries initiative, a merged organization of Software Carpentry and Data Carpentry, have agreed to extend their collaboration in organising and delivering training in ELIXIR Nodes. As part of the collaboration, The Carpentries will organise close to 20 Software and Data Carpentry training workshops across ELIXIR Nodes, and two Instructor Training workshops to train a number of specialised instructors. This… Continue reading

2 October: Lab in the Clouds workshop at DTL Communities@Work

Dr Irene Nooren (SURF) and Dr Arnoud van der Maas (Radboudumc, ELIXIR-NL) will organise a workshop ‘Lab in the Clouds: the cloud as your research environment’ at the DTL Communities@Work conference on 2 October 2018 in Utrecht. SURF and ELIXIR-NL are involved as co-organisers. Current cloud technology makes it possible to build your own virtual research environment using public or private cloud ICT infrastructure… Continue reading

2 October: data management workshop at DTL Communities@Work

Margreet Bloemers (ZonMw), Rob Hooft (DTL), Erik Schultes (GO FAIR), and Erik Flikkenschild (LUMC) will organise a workshop ‘Data management: from burden to benefit’ at the DTL Communities@Work conference on 2 October 2018 in Utrecht. ZonMw, ELIXIR-NL, and GO FAIR are involved as co-organiser. In this workshop, we will discuss and practice with new tools for FAIR research data management: the Data Stewardship Wizard and FAIR… Continue reading

George Kowalchuk keynote speaker at DTL Communities@Work 2018

George Kowalchuk is Professor of Ecology and Biodiversity at Utrecht University. He is one of the initiators of the Netherlands Plant Eco-phenotyping Centre (NPEC), which received funding from NWO’s National Roadmap for Large-Scale Scientific Infrastructure. At the DTL Communities@Work conference, he will give a keynote lecture about ‘Unlocking the power of plants’. NPEC will enable researchers to unravel the genetics… Continue reading

2 October: Modelling Human Metabolism workshop at DTL Communities@Work

Professor Ilja Arts (Maastricht University) and Professor Natal van Riel (TU Eindhoven, AMC) will organise a workshop ‘Modelling Human Metabolism’ at the DTL Communities@Work conference on 2 October 2018 in Utrecht. The BioSB research school and the Netherlands Metabolomics Centre are involved as co-organisers. The Netherlands has a large and strong community of researchers that are involved in mechanistic modelling… Continue reading

2 October: Omics data infrastructure workshop at DTL Communities@Work

Professor Peter-Bram ‘t Hoen (Radboudumc) and Professor Morris Swertz (UMC Groningen and Groningen University) will organise a workshop ‘Shaping the national digital infrastructure for large (cross-)omics projects’ at the DTL Communities@Work conference on 2 October 2018 in Utrecht. The Netherlands X-omics Initiative, ELIXIR-NL, and Health-RI are involved as co-organisers. Are you active in (cross-)omics research projects in the life sciences (e.g.,… Continue reading
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