ODISSEI will be organising a conference for its community on Tuesday 22 October. Grasp this opportunity to learn about the possibilities of ODISSEI, broaden your network and learn from each other. Register now!
At the request of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, the KNAW wrote the advisory report Hergebruik van publieke data. Meer wetenschap en beter overheidsbeleid (Reuse of public data. More science and better government policy). Yesterday, Pearl Dysktra, head of the committee and scientific director of ODISSEI, handed the report to the Ministry.
ODISSEI has submitted a proposal to the NWO Roadmap Large-scale scientific infrastructure.
After the success of the first call in 2018, this year ODISSEI repeats the call Collect data in the LISS panel. In this call researchers at one of the ODISSEI member organisations could apply for free data collection through the LISS panel.
In the latest edition of e-Data & Research much attention is paid to ODISSEI.
ODISSEI welcomes CentERdata, Erasmus School of Health Policy Management (Erasmus University Rotterdam), International Institute for Social History (IISH) and School of Business and Economics (VU University Amsterdam) as its newest participants.
The Dutch Platform for Survey Research (NPSO) is organizing their second annual lecture day on 21 May. This years theme is ‘mobile device surveys and sensordata’.
The Netherlands eScience Center invites ‘Big Science’ researchers and ICT researchers to apply for funding to address innovative compute-intensive and/or data-driven research problems. Theretofore, the eScience Center introduces the call Innovative eScience Technologies for ‘Big Science’ (eTEC-BIG).
The 5th International Conference on Computational Social Science (IC2S2) will be held in Amsterdam from 17 to 20 July 2019. ODISSEI is a sponsor of IC2S2 and will be hosting a ‘scientific speed date’ during Warm-Up on 15 July.
On Tuesday 19 February, an introductory meeting on the use of CBS Microdata was held at Statistics Netherlands (CBS) in The Hague. At the same meeting, the MAG call was launched to allow researchers free access to the CBS Microdata.