POSTPONED! Data Management Planning workshop for Life Science Projects - Trondheim

Following the university guidelines, the workshop is postponed until further notice. Tentative dates: mid December 2020

We are pleased to announce the Data Management planning workshop for Life Scientists organised in Trondheim by ELIXIR Norway, Digital Life Norway and Research Data@NTNU.

The intended audience are researchers (PhD candidates, Post Doctoral Fellows, Researchers, Associate Professors and Professors) that are planning to submit a grant application for a research project. Max. number of participants is 30.

The topic is on how you can generate a data management plan for a Life Science research project that will meet the requirements of the funding organisations.

Ingrid Heggland, Morten Beck Rye and Korbinian Bösl

Course content:

0900 - 0945 Requirements from institutions & funding bodies
  • NTNU
  • H2020/ERC
  • Research Council Norway
0945 - 1015 About legal requirements
  • Health Research Act
  • Personal Data Act
1015 - 1030 Short break
1030 - 1115 Licensing of data, biological material and software
1115 - 1200 Information on national and local storage infrastructures
  • NeLS/StoreBioInfo
  • NIRD
  • NTNU Computing & Storage resources
  • TSD
  • HUNT-Cloud
  • NICE-1
1200 - 1230 Lunch
1230 - 1315 Relevant deposition repositories/ data archives
  • domain specific archives (ELIXIR/EMBL-EBI, NCBI)
  • NIRD archive
  • NTNU Open Research Data/ DataverseNO
  • NSD
1315 - 1330 Short break
1330 - 1600 Hands on training and assistance to generate a data management plan


Bring your own laptop and your research project if you have one. You will get the opportunity to set up a data management plan for your project with help of the Data Steward Wizard tool using a structured and detailed questionnaire with references to relevant resources.

Register before 10 March 2020

Informasjon om arrangementet

  • Tidspunkt:
    07. — 07. Nov 2021
  • Sted:
    Trondheim, Olav Kyrres gate, 17 KS21
  • Arrangement:


Korbinian Bösl


Kari M. Ersland


Arrangementer Workshop