Harry Enke (Speaker) leads the E-Science group at Leibniz-Institut für Astrophysik Potsdam (AIP). He works for building digital infrastructures for research data in astrophysics. Also, he is spokesperson for the Arbeitskreis Forschungsdaten (WG Research Data) of the Leibniz Gemeinschaft.
JohannesFrenzel is staff at IT.SERVICES Ruhr-UniversitätBochum and member of AGFDMatRUB. He is working on development of institutional research data infrastructure with focusing on repositories and datamanagement plans, which he is actively pushing within the UARuhr collaboration and NRW. He is responsible for rdmo.uaruhr.de.
Daniela Hausen works on Research Data Manageme at RWTH Aachen University. Her work focuses on data management plans, trainings and (inter-)national collaborations. She is actively participating in the workgroup on data management plans of the Research Data Alliance. Also she is Chair of IG ‘Research data management in engineering’.
Gerald Jagusch (Speaker) works as consultant at the Library of TU Darmstadt leading the Reserach Data Services team. He is interested, among otherthings, in Research Data Management for engineering sciences.
Birte Lindstädt is Deputy Head leading the section Research Data Management at ZB MED - Information Centre for Life Sciences. She is responsible for information infrastructures for reserach data, and services for research data management.
Robert Strötgen is Deputy Director of the University Library of the TU Braunschweig and Head of the IT and Research Support Services department. He is also responsible for research data management. In the area of open source, since 2012 he has been involved in projects such as ‘Kitodo. Key to digital objects e.V.’, of which he is chairman of the board.
Jochen Klar (Speaker) is a freelancing software developer and consultant with a focus on research data management. He supports the project since his time as a postdoc at Leibniz-Institut für Astrophysik Potsdam (AIP).
Olaf Michaelis is a research associate at the Leibniz-Institut für Astrophysik Potsdam (AIP). He is a member of the E-Science group and works primarily as a software developer.
Jens Freund is a member of the research data management team of the [University and State Library Darmstadt](Library of TU Darmstadt and part of the HeFDI project Hessian Research Data Infrastructures. His work areas are RDMO, electronic laboratory notebooks and the development of new library concepts for the provision of digital scientific literature.