Latest news from the Data Science & Digital Libraries Research Group

A review of 2022 from the TIB’s perspective and what made the year special for us can be found online in the TIB Report 2022

Stories of machine-actionable research contributions

According to the AMiner platform, TIB director is one of the most influential scientists in his field worldwide

Job advertisement no. 65/202 – Applications open until 9 December 2022

Joint Science Conference (GWK) promotes the nfdi4energy consortium to improve the exchange of data and software in energy system research

Building up and heading a research group at TIB and close cooperation with the Open Research Knowledge Graph initiative

The RfII advises on digital transformation in science and research and analyses the need for adequate information infrastructures

Contribution “LinkedGeoData: A Core for a Web of Spatial Open Data“ awarded

This is what happens when 23 Open Science enthusiasts work together to make research machine-actionable

Open Science to look up: Presentations are now available on the TIB AV-Portal

Contributions are invited that look at digitality from different perspectives

TIB researchers present the ORKG, a knowledge graph that aims to make scholarly communication easier

A festival with a colourful mix of different formats around Open Science – Meet. Share. Inspire. Care.

Start-ups and artists can apply for a funding for innovative and creative ideas against mis- and disinformation on the internet

Speed dating with science: experts answer questions on topics that touch everyday life

Digital perspectives – digitality seen from very different angles

Lectures, a poster exhibition and talks with scientists: Minister Thümler finds out about artificial intelligence on site

How artists and start-ups are using data to fight disinformation

NLP technology is all-pervasive for commonsense knowledge. But what about the scholarly domain?