All Data Set? An Introduction to Data Research Management

Digital management of research data is an essential part of every well managed research project and a requirement for many providers of third-party funding. Organize your research data and learn more about research data management at the University of Bonn.

Online Event

Tuesday, December 6, 2022
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Target Group

Postdocs, doctoral students and other interested early-career researchers





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Digitization is changing day-to-day research practices across all fields of academic inquiry. Research data of every kind are collected, processed, analyzed, published and archived in digital systems. The term Research Data Management (RDM) refers to a range of activities and topics relating to the handling of digital research data.

Except for microphone and webcam, no technical equipment or prior knowledge is required for this online lecture.

Learning objectives:

  • RDM & Open Science
  • RDM requirements
  • Storage and security of research data
  • Finding and re-using research data
  • Legal aspects of RDM
  • Organizing & documenting research data, metadata tagging
  • Publishing and archiving of research data


Dr. Christian Bittner works at the Research Data Service Center. He is a certified Data Librarian and interested in the digitalization of society and academia, with a particular focus on issues of open science and digital maturity. He manages the service RDMO and our website and functions as coordinator and contact person at the Service Point for inquiries relating to the RDM in the social sciences and the humanities.

Dr. Ewa Bres works at the Research Data Service Center and is interested in Open Science, scientific misconduct, good research practice and scientific photography. At the Service Center, she manages the service RADAR and is a contact person for inquiries related to the natural and life sciences as well as training.

Certificate Compliance

If you participate in at least six events of the series, you have the possibility to apply for a Certificate Compliance. Both German and English language events from different semesters can be credited for the certificate. For issuing the certificate, please contact the BGZ by e-mail.



Bonn Graduate Center


+49 228 73-60141


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Poppelsdorfer Allee 47
53115 Bonn

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