CASUS Institute Seminar, Guido Juckeland, HZDR

In a more and more digital scientific world data and software is
(finally) seen as the valuable commodity it is as opposed to a
disposable asset once a “real” publication has been released. As a
result, the FAIR principles (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable,
Reusable) have been established and are even required by some funding
agencies. While they seem pretty straightforward from their intentions,
the technical and organizational realization of them bears quite a few
obstacles. This talk will present the foundation, current challenges,
established and potential solutions established at HZDR.