This edition of EUDAT Summer School, organised in collaboration with the DICE project, aims to strengthen the skills required to excel in data management, getting the participants geared up to manage and process data throughout the full, research-data lifecycle (data discovery; data processing; data analysis; data preservation and publishing).
Who and what is on the agenda?
For the first time, EUDAT is offering a Providers Track for IT or data managers of research or academic institutions, infrastructures, organisations, or communities that are interested in providing their users with data management solutions, in particular: those interested in learning how to deploy EUDAT services.
Experienced trainers will guide the students combining traditional theoretical lessons with hands-on sessions.
Interested applicants are encouraged to apply early as accommodation and travel support will be provided to a limited number of students and participants.
The deadline for submissions is 26 May.
Find out more
Visit the EUDAT event website for more information on the agenda and application project.