REsearch Data management for Mechanical Engineering Departments (REDm-MED)

Mansur Darlington, Alexander Ball, Uday Thangarajah, Christopher McMahon, Elizabeth Lyon

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Abstract

REDm-MED is a seven-month JISC-funded project to scope, specify, design and implement a research data management approach suited especially to the needs of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Bath. It is a successor to the ERIM project, though it also builds on other recent work in the Research Data Management Community, and complements the Research360 Project at Bath.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - 2 Dec 2011
EventJISC Managing Research Data Launch Meeting - NCL Conference Centre, Nottingham
Duration: 1 Dec 20112 Dec 2011

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ConferenceJISC Managing Research Data Launch Meeting
CityNCL Conference Centre, Nottingham
Period1/12/112/12/11

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Darlington, M., Ball, A., Thangarajah, U., McMahon, C., & Lyon, E. (2011). REsearch Data management for Mechanical Engineering Departments (REDm-MED). JISC Managing Research Data Launch Meeting, NCL Conference Centre, Nottingham, .

REsearch Data management for Mechanical Engineering Departments (REDm-MED). / Darlington, Mansur; Ball, Alexander; Thangarajah, Uday; McMahon, Christopher; Lyon, Elizabeth.

2011. JISC Managing Research Data Launch Meeting, NCL Conference Centre, Nottingham, .

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Darlington, M, Ball, A, Thangarajah, U, McMahon, C & Lyon, E 2011, 'REsearch Data management for Mechanical Engineering Departments (REDm-MED)' JISC Managing Research Data Launch Meeting, NCL Conference Centre, Nottingham, 1/12/11 - 2/12/11, .
Darlington M, Ball A, Thangarajah U, McMahon C, Lyon E. REsearch Data management for Mechanical Engineering Departments (REDm-MED). 2011. JISC Managing Research Data Launch Meeting, NCL Conference Centre, Nottingham, .
Darlington, Mansur ; Ball, Alexander ; Thangarajah, Uday ; McMahon, Christopher ; Lyon, Elizabeth. / REsearch Data management for Mechanical Engineering Departments (REDm-MED). JISC Managing Research Data Launch Meeting, NCL Conference Centre, Nottingham, .
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