A FAIR Future for Engineering Sciences
Linking an RDM Community Through a Scientific Journal
Keywords:FAIR Data Management, Engineering Sciences, Open Science, Open Peer Review
The emergence of FAIR data management (FDM) is being witnessed in more and more disciplines, including the engineering sciences. However, until recently, little academic credit has been given for the work that sound FDM practices in research publications require. Moreover, there has been a lack of space where the engineering sciences community could discuss and share experiences, ideas and advice about this topic. In academia, a suitable platform for such information exchange are journals. In this publication, the concept behind ing.grid, the newly established open access journal for FDM in engineering sciences, is presented, illuminating how these challenges can be addressed by providing a platform for the publication of manuscripts, research data, and software as well as by incorporating open peer review.
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