Join the Research Data Team at EGU 2020: Sharing Geoscience Online

Join us at EGU online on Tuesday May 5th for our presentation, and ask us questions at our open session on Thursday May 7th or throughout the week via the virtual helpdesk using #DataHelpDesk

Like Comment

As Senior Research Data Editor at Springer Nature, I will be joining Andrew Hufton, editor-in-chief of Scientific Data, for EGU 2020: Sharing Geoscience Online

We will be presenting ‘Beyond article publishing - support and opportunities for researchers in FAIR data sharing’ during a virtual conference session on Tuesday May 5th at 8:30 – 10:15 CEST/ 7:30-9:15 BST. Please join us in the chat to discuss our display with us live during this time, you can find details about how to join the chat here.

We will also be hosting an Ask Me Anything open office hour on Thursday May 7th at 11:00-12:00 CEST/ 10:00-11.00 BST, where you can join a smaller virtual meeting to discuss  any queries with myself and Andrew, including but not limited to.:

  • Publishing in data-specific journals or articles, such as flagship data journal Scientific Data
  • Sharing data that support your research publications: requirements and best practice
  • Data curation (including our Research Data Support service), repositories and metadata

Join the session using the following link: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/209221773

In addition we will be taking part in the Virtual Data Helpdesk taking place all week during #EGU2020, from Monday May 4th – Friday 8th. Ask us any questions you may have about FAIR data and open science on Twitter using #DataHelpDesk or ask us directly by tagging  @Mr_G_Smith in your question. 

We look forward to discussing FAIR and open data with you!

Find out what other researchers think about the FAIR data principles - download the infographic.

Read and share top Earth Science content as selected by our editors.

Go to the profile of Graham Smith

Graham Smith

Senior Research Data Editor, Springer Nature

At Springer Nature I work to develop and promote data publishing tools, initiatives and policies across the organisation. I have an academic background in geology and geophysics, specifically studying seismics at live volcanoes. I have previously worked in a similar data-focused role at the Natural History Museum, managing data pathways and curation practices for big taxonomic and collection data.

No comments yet.