Using Research Infrastructures - Examples from Humanities and Sciences (WS2013)

Teaching Staff: Jens Grabowski, Arnulf Quadt, Ramin Yahyapour, Gerhard Lauer, Ulrich Sax, Heike Neuroth, Fabian Korte, Siamak Azodolmolky, Frank Dickmann, Erekle Magradze

Content of the Course:
In the first part, the course provides an overview on existing research infrastructures for eScience and eResearch. This includes a basic understanding on technologies like cloud computing, grids and data management services. In the second part, practical examples are given from different scientific domains to show case the actual use of research infrastructure and the highlighting of certain aspects, methods or tools. This includes application examples from physics, medicine, and humanities.
Goal of the course:
The course is intended to address the increasing needs for research infrastructures, its implication in different scientific fields and fostering the adoption of methods for compute- and data-intensive science between communities. The students learn what methods and services are available in state-of-the-art research infrastructures and direction of future development.The content is multi-disciplinary by bringing together researchers from different fields and presenting their approach on using infrastructures.
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