RDM in Chemistry: How to Educate and Train Future Researchers to Manage Their Data





Chemistry, Education, Training, Data Management, Curricular Teaching


For in-depth research data management in chemistry, a cultural change is inevitable. To foster this change, future researchers need to be educated accordingly. The presentation will provide an overview of the first teaching approaches in student courses in chemistry at RWTH Aachen University. On the long range, the integration into curricular teaching is key to the cultural change.


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How to Cite

Ortmeyer, J., Fink, F., Hoffmann, A., & Herres-Pawlis, S. (2023). RDM in Chemistry: How to Educate and Train Future Researchers to Manage Their Data. Proceedings of the Conference on Research Data Infrastructure , 1. https://doi.org/10.52825/cordi.v1i.408
Received 2023-04-26
Accepted 2023-06-29
Published 2023-09-07