(Published on 05.05.2023) The section Industry Engagement elected  Prof. Dr. Florian Stahl  as speaker and Prof. Dr. Chris Eberl as deputy speaker in its first official meeting on 5 May.

In science as well as in industry, data is continuously being collected and work is being done with methods and standards. Several NFDI consortia already independently maintain specific and partner-dependent industry collaborations and data integration models. With the section Industry Engagement (section-ie), the cooperation with industry will be further systematically expanded in order to promote added benefits for society.

One of the goals is to create a joint exchange platform between industry and science for the identification and concretisation of overarching problem areas and approaches to solutions. The section concept can be found here: https://zenodo.org/record/7900079#.ZFT4nM7P02w


Are you interested in participating?

New participants from all disciplines are welcome and can register here to work in one or more sections.

Do you have any questions about the sections?

Send them by e-mail to sections[at]nfdi.de.

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