EUniWell Research Data Management Training

The EUniWell Research Data Management training aims to explain what research data is, how to identify best practices and useful tools for data management, and how to write a Data Management Plan.
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EUniWell Research Data Management Training © Euniwell‎

About the programme

Managing and opening research data is gradually becoming a requirement, particularly for funded research projects. However, good data management is also the guarantee for good project management and a tool to promote scientific work, as these are more cited when they are attached to one or more data sets. Even before publication, managing data allows to avoid potential issues, save time, protect the researchers and promote the replicability of research.

With the help of concrete examples, the Research Data Management training will allow researchers to understand what research data is, identify good practices and useful tools, and which services to contact for support within their universities. 

The second part of the training will focus on how to write a Data Management Plan with the help of a template created by EUniWell Open Science experts.

Aim of the programme

This training will answer the following questions:

  • What is meant by “research data”? Why is this topic so important? 
  • What are the FAIR principles?
  • What are the requirements in terms of data management? How can I turn them to my advantage?
  • What is a DMP (Data Management Plan) or PGD? How do I write it?
  • Where and how do I back up my data? What are the best practices to follow?
  • Why and how can I disseminate my data? How do I make it accessible and reusable?
  • How do I describe my research data? How can I protect it?

Details of the training 

Trainer: Pierre François, Research Data Project Manager at Nantes Université

Language: English

Participants: researchers from all EUniWell universities, regardless of their career level, including doctoral candidates and young researchers

Max. number of participants: 40


The training is free of charge for PhD candidates and researchers from all EUniWell universities.

Application deadline: 7 May 2024

The organisers will give a final admission response at least two working days prior to the beginning of the session.

In the interest of an optimal learning experience, the organisers reserve the right to adjust the composition of groups to include representatives of the different universities as much as possible – so first-come, first-served will not always be possible.


For more information about the programme, contact euniwell[at]

Further information

The Data Research Management training is offered as part of the Research Training Academy under the umbrella of the EUniWell #Research project as part of the H2020 project.

The EUniWell #Research project receives funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 101035821.