Posters

IDCC20 Poster voting 

 

Voting is now open! Pick your favourite poster here. Voting closes on Wednesday 19/2 4pm. 

IDCC20 - Workshop Registration is now open

We are excited to announce that registration for our packed IDCC20 workshop programme is now open!

Workshops will be held on Monday 17 February 2020 at Croke Park, Dublin, Ireland. 

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DMPonline AWS consent

The Digital Curation Centre proposes to move the hosting of DMPonline to Amazon Web Services for performance improvements. Under the licence terms we require your consent to appoint a sub-processor.

Unconference

Thursday, 20 February 2020

Croke Park 

Come learn with us, part 3

Come learn with us, part 2

DMPonline user group at the London School of Economics

On the 17th September 2019 we ran a user group at the London School of Economics. For the first time we had a user group with subscribers from the UK, Sweden, Finland and the Netherlands so we could look at the tool from different perspectives and backgrounds. It was great to discuss how you use DMPonline, which new functionalities you wish us to add to the tool, and to get your feedback on our future plans and developments.

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DMPonline at Maastricht University Medical Center

This month we are sharing a blog post from Maastricht University Medical Center written by Mirjam Kamps.

"Since more and more funders require researchers to write a Data Management Plan we were looking for a tool with added value for the researchers. We were aiming for a user-friendly tool with opportunities for development. That is why two years ago we decided to start working with a local version of DMPonline: DMPMaastricht."

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Registration

Registration for IDCC20 Conference and workshops is now closed. 


Fees

Delegate Categories Fee

Associate Delegates/Early Bird

This category is for members of the DCC Associates Network only, and does not include unconference attendance. 

Speakers

Meet the IDCC20 Speakers


Dr Francine BermanFrancine Berman

Francine Berman is the Edward P Hamilton Distinguished Professor in Computer Science at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) and is spending this year at Harvard as the Katherine Hampson Bessell Fellow at the Radcliffe Institute of Advanced Study.