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Research Data Management Plan

The Bernoulli Research Data Management Plan (RDMP) is the official document that regulates how every scientist at the Bernoulli Institute should handle their research data to make it FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Re-usable) for purposes of verification and safekeeping and compliant with the European Data Protection Regulations. It follows the recommendations of NWO, KNAW and the RuG - Faculty of Science and Engineering.
Every Bernoulli researcher is required to fill out a RDMP for each research project in which they are involved, by using the web tool mentioned below.

Bernoulli RDM: general principles
Bernoulli RDM: guidelines

Contact persons:
Submission of PhD RDMPs:
Janieta de Jong Schlukebir (j.de.jong-schlukebir@rug.nl)

Drafting a RDMP for a funding proposal:
Research Data Office (Researchdata@rug.nl)

Technical aspects:
  • Data analyses for complex data structures so that a relevant database can be set up for the research.  
  • Design, layout, maintenance and management of University of Groningen data repositories. Archiving and curation of data stored in the University of Groningen environment.  
  • Facilitating third-party services (e.g. DANS and 3TU) and related management.  
  • Assisting researchers in using various facilities.  
  • Research Data Office (Researchdata@rug.nl)

Privacy by design & Privacy Impact Assessment:
Research Data Office (Researchdata@rug.nl)


Privacy issues concerning data:
Ronald Zwaagstra (r.zwaagstra@rug.nl)

Data security issues:

CIT Security team (linked to www.rug.nl/society-business/centre-for-information-technology/organisation/adviesorganen-cit/security-team)

Last modified:05 October 2018 12.25 p.m.