Research Data Management
The ongoing process of digitalization (“Digital Revolution” - German Council for Research Data Infrastructure (RfII) 2016) of the whole research process faces major challenges for actors in the domains of science and policy. From first ideas and interests to results and final publications – the amount and heterogeneity of data which is produced within the “scientific lifecycle” grows dramatically.
This site gives an overview on the topic of research data management and related projects at the University of Bremen. We offer support regarding all related questions and advice on how to develop a data management plan. We also offer advanced training courses via the Bremen Early Career Researcher Development (BYRD).
Forschungsdatenrepositorien und Projekte an der Universität Bremen
ParlGov contains data on elections and governments for all EU and most OECD members for the entire post-war period. The database combines parties, elections with election results and governing parties.
openEASE is a web-based knowledge service providing robot and human activity data. Comprehensive Data about episodes, in which humans and robots perform complex manipulation tasks is logged into a big data database.