Love Data Week 2022 at EPFL
We are pleased to invite you to the Love Data Week 2022 edition (February 14th to 18th) on EPFL campus.
The Love Data Week is an international event that aims to celebrate good Research Data Management (RDM) practices among research communities.
Register now for the events below!
Monday, Feb. 14 - Friday, Feb. 18
Online quiz to show your love for data and win gifts
Want to win a CHF 50.- voucher at L'intégrale bookshop, plus a 256 GB USB drive? Answer correctly our 10 questions about research data management. Five winners will be drawn at random from all participants that answer correctly to all questions. Good luck!
Tuesday, Feb. 15 | 11:30-12:00
Webinar "Discover the new EPFL Data Management Plan template"
DMPs (Data Management Plans) are necessary to comply with research funders requirements, or to describe the processing of personal data, or even to submit patents. Plus, they are a great tool to organize a research project. EPFL is now equipped with a new DMP template. Follow this short webinar to discover the EPFL DMP template.
Wednesday, Feb.16 | 11:30-12:00
Webinar "Data Storage vs. Backup vs. Archive: EPFL services"
Storing active data or code is not the same as making backups, or archiving your work for decades. What are the differences and what are the main solutions at EPFL? This is what we’ll present in this brief webinar, with a focus on the central solutions to manage active data/code, backups, and archives.
Thursday, Feb. 17 | 11:00-11:45
Online training "Which platforms to publish my research data/code?"
Managing data and code allows you to publish and disseminate the fruit of your work. At the end of this short training, you will know why, where and how to publish your research data and code (or at least have a very good idea!). You will also find out which platforms are used by EPFL members.
Friday, Feb. 18 | 10:00-12:00
Online speed-dating with EPFL Data Champions
Come and meet as much EPFL Data Champions as you can. Each 3 minutes, random couples of participants are reshuffled in breakout rooms to present themselves, ask questions on data or code, share experiences, etc. We will also introduce you to a new EPFL-made open-source software for Data Management.
Imagery: Desmos “Heart function”
- Informed public
- Registration required
- EPFL Library