RDA EU open calls for Early Careers, Experts and organisations adopting RDA outputs, to support growing the RDA community.

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RDA EU open calls for Early Careers, Experts and organisations adopting RDA outputs, to support growing the RDA community.
19 Dec 2018

RDA EU open calls for Early Careers, Experts and organisations adopting RDA outputs, to support growing the RDA community.

19 December 2018

RDA Europe 4.0, as the European plug-in to RDA, currently has 3 open calls to support growing the community of research data experts and practitioners.  RDA Europe offers grants for Early Careers, Experts to attend Plenary 13 in Philadelphia and for organisations to develop a use-case for adoption of RDA outputs.

 

Call for adoption projects

RDA Europe is calling upon European organisations adopting RDA output.  Implementation of these outputs can take place in a wide range of contexts. Within a research group, an organisation, a discipline, a tool, a data service or any other context in which adoption can provide lessons for others. Applications from industry, charity, research organisations, public bodies and learned societies are all welcome provided that they come from groups eligible for European funding.  The RDA EU Adoption Projects Programme offers up to eight grants of a maximum of €15,000 each. The intent of the call is to support and encourage examples of adoption which can benefit others, to promote these examples and to learn lessons about benefits and challenges that arise from making use of RDA recommendations. Since its inception in 2013, 17 Recommendations and 11 Outputs have been produced by RDA Working Groups and Interest Groups. See the complete list of RDA outputs here.

 

Call for Early Career Researchers and Scientists working with Data

RDA Europe is seeking applications from students and early career professionals from higher education or research institutions  with studies focusing on research data sharing and exchange challenges. The Early Career support programme will offer up to seven grants of maximum €1750. Now at its 11th edition, the RDA Europe Early Career programme has become a platform for early career researchers working with data to share ideas, experiences and practical advice, while learning what leading data scientists and practitioners are currently working on. This programme has offered grant winners the opportunity to engage directly with and support the work of RDA Working and Interest Groups, to learn and contribute, and become a part of the RDA global data sharing community.

 

Call for Researchers and Data Experts 

The purpose of the expert grants is to encourage and support participation of individuals who have a strong interest in RDA, and are drivers or adopters of one or more of the RDA outputs to enable data sharing by or from their project or organization. If you are a mid-career or senior data professional or scientist, interested or already committed to RDA activities you can apply for one of five grants of maximum €1800 to support your participation to the Plenary meeting.

 

Submit your application timely

  • Early Careers : application period closes on 5 February 2019, 17:00 CET.

  • Experts: application period closes on 5 February 2019, 17:00 CET.

  • Adoption: application period closes on 4 March 2019 17:00 CET

More information on how to apply and evaluation criteria is available here: https://grants.rd-alliance.org

 

RDA EU grantees share their RDA 12th Plenary experience and insights

Curious what were the main takeaways of the RDA Europe Early Careers and Experts after joining the RDA 12th Plenary in Botswana? Our grantees share their experiences and insights via the RDA blogs

 

Adoption stories shared

For the RDA community and beyond, to see how to implement the RDA outputs to improve the sharing, exchange and interoperability of your own data. We’ve asked RDA members who have already adopted RDA outputs, to share their experience and lessons learned in a story. Find here a series of RDA adoption stories by individuals, organisations and projects.