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Engineering Research Data Management, Part One: Background, rationale, motivation and benefits

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  • Managing Engineering Research Data at the University of Lincoln Part 1 of 2 Mansur Darlington 20 January 2012
  • Purpose of Visit
    • To provide an overview of Research Data Management and what it will mean to members of the School of Engineering at Lincoln.
    • To provide some ideas which might help the School meet the broad demands of ERDM.
    • Provide some guidance to the Orbital Team to help them meet their goals and satisfy the particular needs of the School.
  • Summary
    • Introduction
    • Managing Research Data:
      • Background, rationale, motivation,benefits
    • Research Data Management Support
    • The Nature of Engineering Research Data:
      • The Engineering Research Information Management ( ERIM ) Project
    • Engineering RDM Planning & Execution
    • Data Management Planning Tasks
    • Key Building Blocks for Research Data Management.
  • REDm-MED (Research Data Management for Mechanical Engineering Departments)
    • JISCMRD Phase 2.
    • 1 st Nov 2011 – 31 May 2012
    • To scope, specify, design and implement a research data management approach suited especially to the needs of the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
    • Will build upon the ERIM Project work ,
    • and on other recent work by the MRD community.
    • Complements Research360 Project.
  • The Aim of the REDm-MED Project
    • To implement effective and practical research data management where there is little or none,
    • through the provision of:
      • Procedures & Documentation,
      • A Tool Set,
      • Infrastructure,
    • including development of the prototype RAIDmap tool.
    • http://www.ukoln.ac.uk/projects/redm-med/
  • University of Bath
    • Department of Mechanical Engineering
    • 64 Academic s
    • 12 Professors
    • 8 Emeritus Professors
    • 14 Research Officers
    • 161 Research Postgrad s
    • 104 Taught Postgrad s
    • 845 Undergraduate s
    • 2008 RAE rated most of our research as being
    • ' world-leading or internationally excellent '
  • Research Centres
    • Aerospace Engineering Research Centre
    • Biomimetics Group
    • Composites Research Unit
    • Innovative Design Manufacturing Research Centre (I d MRC)
    • Institute for Sustainable Energy & the Environment (I-SEE)
    • Laboratory for Integrated Metrology Applications (LIMA)
    • Centre for Nonlinear Mechanics
    • Centre for Orthopaedic Biomechanics
    • Centre for Power Transmission and Motion Control
    • Powertrain and Vehicle Research Centre
    • Robotics and Autonomous Systems
  • Dept. of Mechanical Engineering Research Partners Airbus Ford Renishaw Rolls-Royce BAESystems, MBDA ABB and Converteam Manufacture I in AED Medical Sports Materials Automotive Aerospace Mechanical Degree themes Design & Manufacture Aerospace & Automotive Structures & Bio Engineering Machine Systems Materials, Medical & Sport Academic groups Innovative Design & Manufacturing Research Centre Power train & Vehicle Research Unit Centre for Power Transmission & Motion Control Materials & Composites Research Centre Centre for Biomimetics & Natural Technologies Aerospace Centre Centre for Nonlinear Mechanics Centre for Biomechanics International Centre for the Environment Research Centres
  • Innovative Design & Manufacturing Research Centre
    • Established in 2001 (EPSRC) (1 of 16 UK CoE)
    • Research portfolio ~£10M
    • (£7.5 million EPSRC IMRC to October 2011)
    • 12 Academic Staff (18)
    • 20 Research Staff (55)
    • 32 Research Students (58)
    • >250 Industry collaborators
    • Facilities include a research lab, metrology lab, virtual-reality suite, video conferencing and rapid prototyping systems
  • I d MRC Research Themes
  • MJD Background
    • Automating hydraulic power systems design.
    • Improving the understanding of EDRS development.
    • Assessing the potential of the Semantic Web.
    • Developments of advanced techniques for information delivery.
    • Information Evaluation and Value.
    • Management:
    • £5m KIM Grand Challenge Project in Through-Life Information and Knowledge Management.
    • I d MRC Centre Manager.
  • MANAGING RESEARCH DATA
  • Why Manage Research Data?
    • Because you will HAVE TO
    • Because you might WANT TO
  • Needing to Manage Research Data
    • Funders’ Data Management Policies
    • Institutional Requirements
    • FOI responses
    • REF
    • Publisher demands
  • UK Funders’ Project Data Management Requirements
  • Needing to Manage Research Data
    • Funders’ Data Management Policies
    • Institutional Requirements
    • FOI responses
    • Audit
    • REF
    • Publisher demands
  • Wanting to Manage Research Data
    • Reduction in duplicated work.
    • Inspiration for new/continuation research & funding.
    • Basis for knowledge extraction from aggregated data.
    • Greater transparency of research.
    • Improved basis for validation.
    • Obviating the need for re-collection and generation.
    • Providing basis for reliable data citation.
    • Increasing scholarly output.
  • Supporting Collaboration – reciprocal benefits
    • Greater confidence in sharing data through better, more case-appropriate and more transparent security measures.
    • Better access to new data or data hitherto undiscoverable.
    • Reduction in data loss as a result of improvements in management throughout the data life cycle.
    • Support of application for and defence of patents.
    • Better understanding of good RDM practice .
    • Greater clarity in IP issues.
  • Examples of Data Sharing Benefits I
    • ‘ Big Science’ data sharing is routine: space science, genomic epidemiology, biosciences, etc.
    • Alzheimer’s Disease Neuro-imaging Data: 160 papers published using data : 80 more are in the pipeline (Feb 2011).
    • @70%  increase in citations for clinical trial publications associated with making their datasets publicly available .
  • Examples of Data Sharing Benefits II
    • Incremental Sheet Metal Forming Cross-EU sharing supported multi-university collaboration.
    • Email Repository @ 20,000 items: supported 2 studentships and collaboration with University of Sydney.
    • Anthropometric Constraint-Modelling Data (ADAPS, Delft) shared with and augmented by Bath,UK and Christchurch, NZ.
    • Machinery Packaging Data incrementally generated and shared between prime industry collaborator, researchers and students.
    • KIM Grand Challenge Project . Data sharing agreement between 20 key industry collaborators and research teams.
    • Life-cycle Analysis for energy and the environment.
  • LCA for Sustainable/Renewal Energy Data Sets
    • 13 PhD students (3 completed), 1 RO.
    • 4-5 MEng projects per year .
    • About 8 users each ChemEng and ACE .
    • 6 big research projects supported: Supergen HDPS Supergen HiDef BSBEC Transition Pathways DEFRA Link SEIBI EPSRC grand challenge carbon capture
  • RESEARCH DATA MANAGEMENT SUPPORT ACTIVITY
  • Centres of Support
    • Data Archives and Centres:
    • Biomedical Informatics Research Network Data Repository
    • Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre
    • Economic and Social Data Service
    • Environmental Information Data Centre
    • Geospatial Repository for Academic Deposit andExtraction
    • Infrared Space Observatory
    • National Biodiversity Network
    • National Geoscience Data Centre
    • NERC Earth Observation Data Centre
    • Petrological Database of the Ocean Floor
    • UK Data Archive
    • The Digital Curation Centre
    • JISC
    • UKOLN (UK On-Line Network)
  • JISC MRD Programme Phase I http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/mrd.aspx
    • Research Data Management Infrastructure.
    • Research Data Management Planning .
    • Support and Tools Projects .
    • Citing, Linking, Integrating and Publishing Research Data .
    • Research Data Management Training Materials .
  • JISC MRD Programme Phase II http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/programmes/di_researchmanagement/managingresearchdata.aspx
    • 17 large institutional piloting or further extend ing RDM infrastructures as part of an institutional missio n .
    • 8 projects helping research groups, projects or departments fulfill disciplinary best practice and research funder requirements .
    • 2 projects customising the DCC’s DMP Online tool for institutional use.
    • Complemented by work:
    • to improve the practice of data citation and explore innovative ways of publishing research data;
    • to develop disciplinary focused training materials as well as training for other stakeholders .