Open Exeter and Marine Renewable Energy Group Policy Case Study

The Open Exeter project will be working together with marine renewable energy researchers to develop a research group-level policy on research data management.

Marine Renewable Energy research on the Tremough campus is led by Dr Lars Johanning and involves approximately 20 staff, including collaborators in biosciences and the ESI. Current research interests include hydrodynamics and marine operations, resource assessment, marine policy, offshore reliability and environmental impacts of offshore renewable energy.

The Group has decided to develop a group-level research data management policy to ensure that the data it uses are secure, will be reusable in the future and can be shared easily amongst collaborators. This work is supported through the Bridging the Gaps initiative.

The Open Exeter team has set up a Task and Finish Group which is currently working on the draft version of an institutional-level research data management and Open Access policy. The Task and Finish group will make recommendations on how this high-level policy can be tailored for more specific disciplines and research groups and as well as how the policy can be implemented on a procedural-level.

The outputs of the collaboration between Open Exeter and the Marine Renewable Energy Group will include a written case study which will document the process of developing a research group-level policy on research data management.

Members of the Group will be writing about the process of policy-creation on the Open Exeter blog so check back regularly for more information about the case study.

Posted under Advocacy and Governance, Case studies, News, Research

This post was written by Hannah Lloyd-Jones on June 6, 2012

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