On November 4, 2022, the Joint Science Conference (GWK) approved the inclusion of eight additional consortia in the NFDI federal-state funding. NFDI4Objects is also included and can now get started!
You can find a press release here.
The National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI)
The aim of the National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI) is the systematic management of scientific and research data, the long-term storage, safeguarding and availability, as well as the networking of these data at national and international level. The NFDI will bring together a variety of actors in a coordinated network of consortia that will fulfil the task of providing science-based data services for research communities.
NFDI4Objects addresses the infrastructural needs of researchers and practitioners with a multidisciplinary background whose work focuses on the material heritage of around three million years of human and environmental history.
NFDI4Objects foresees the following seven areas of activity to meet the challenges and requirements:
TA3: Analytics and Experiments
TA5: Storage, Access and Dissemination
TA6: Commons and Qualification
TA7: Support and Coordination
The NFDI Expert Panel of the Joint Science Conference (GWK) has now recommended NFDI4Objects for funding under the NFDI.
Contribution of the Hornemann Institute
The Hornemann Institute supports this programme. If approved, it would contribute its international networking expertise in the development of subject-specific online research data portals, restoration Thesauri and multimedia online courses for further training and support of classroom teaching, as well as the preparation of its research databases (www.hericare.de; www.salzwiki.de / www.saltwiki.net, www.ewaglos.eu, e-publishing) and the development of open access online learning programmes.