The 2021 round of the Microdata Access Grant (MAG) call opens today. The MAG offers researchers free access to CBS microdata.
Would you like more information on the possibilities of CBS microdata? On Tuesday, 23 March from 14:00 to 16:00, ODISSEI is organising a Microdata Access Grant Kick-off event. During this event, a variety of speakers will give an introduction to researchers who want to work with microdata and consider applying for the Microdata Access Grant.…
The department of Methods and Statistics at Utrecht University offers a variety of courses during the Utrecht Summer School 2021 that may be of interest to the ODISSEI community. Registration is now open for most courses.
SURF is organising the national conference around research and ICT: the SURF research week. The 3-day online programme will take place on the afternoons of 13, 14 and 15 April. During sessions on data processing, research support, open science and much more, attendees will learn about the latest ICT services that can accelerate research. The programme also offers room to meet with researchers or connect with SURF partners.
Mara Yerkes (Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Utrecht University) received the ODISSEI LISS Corona grant in the spring of 2020 together with an interdisciplinary team of researchers from three Dutch universities. The grant gave Yerkes and her team free access to the LISS panel to examine gender inequality during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The results of the LISS-call 2020 are in. Proposals from nine researchers at ODISSEI member organisations were awarded the grant. Via the grant, the researchers will get access to free panel time. The LISS panel, managed by CentERdata, gives researchers access to survey data from about 7,000 respondents from approximately 4,500 households.
On 3 December at 14.00 CET CESSDA is organising a webinar on the CESSDA Data Management Expert Guide, where a researcher, a trainer and an expert will be on hand to discuss why and how to use the guide for Research Data Management in the social sciences and beyond.
On November 12th, CBS is organizing a microdata webinar, with the theme ‘inequality.’ This event offers scientists the opportunity to exchange knowledge and experience about working with CBS microdata.
On September 15 Ana Petrović (TU Delft) successfully defended her PhD thesis ‘Multiscale spatial contexts and neighbourhood effects’. She received her PhD Cum Laude.
This month, two calls opened specifically for young researchers. The Nationaal Kiezersonderzoek (NKO) offers free space for the addition of questions to the panel and the Netherlands eScience Center offers an award of €50.000 for a novel research idea.