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
Contribution of the Hornemann Institute
The HAWK is with the Hornemann Institute official members of the consortium. The institute contributes its international networking expertise in the development of subject-specific online research data portals, restoration thesauri and multimedia online courses, as well as the preparation of its research databases (www.hericare.de; www.salzwiki.de / www.saltwiki.net, www.ewaglos.eu, e-publishing).
The Hornemann Institute at HAWK is working with partners on issues of data management and applications that focus on the requirements of protection, conservation and restoration in accordance with TA 4. The Institute contributes its international networking expertise in the development of subject-specific online data portals and restoration thesauri.
Everyone can join in!
In order to find out the national needs of conservators for services and standards, we invite everyone to get involved. Temporary working groups will be formed depending on the issues and topics brought forward. If you are interested, please contact: