Anne Sofie Fink
As head of the Data Management Team in DeiC, I focus on how data and metadata can be more easily shared and reused according to the FAIR principles - nationally and internationally. There is a close interaction between data sharing/reuse and the services that exist or should be developed for this. In this context, I put particular emphasis on collaboration and networking nationally and internationally to ensure that we in DeiC's Data Management Team have insight into the researchers' needs and how we can meet them in the work with data management support and compliance with the FAIR principles. I have previously worked as a researcher within social science.
I have worked for more than 20 years with research policy and research infrastructure, primarily within High Performance Computing and Data Management. In DeiC, I work a lot with international issues, and participate at the strategic and political level in e.g. The European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). I was involved in the implementation of the national FAIR data strategy and helped to provide research infrastructure at the national level, currently DeiC Dataverse and DeiC Storage.
I am a Data Management Consultant and have worked for DeiC since 2020. I have a research background in geology, and in my work, I now try to make the researcher's everyday life a little easier. In DeiC, I primarily work to help researchers get a handle on their data management and make their metadata FAIR and machine-readable. Besides that, I work with RDA and the EOSC project FAIR-IMPACT.
Anna Mette Morthorst
I work for DeiC as a Data Management Consultant. My primary role is to be the Danish coordinator of Knowledge Exchange on behalf of DeiC. Knowledge Exchange is a European collaboration with six national organizations working to promote digital infrastructures and services for research and higher education, with a particular focus on Open Science.
I deal with topics such as crediting, future opportunities for research publishing, reproducible research, as well as FAIR data and software, most recently in the projects ‘Alternative Publishing Platforms’ and ‘Fair data and software supporting reproducible research’.
I am a part of DeiC's Data Management Team and have been with the organization since the beginning of 2022. I work very broadly with FAIR data management in various contexts, for example with the national strategy for data management based on FAIR, with the Danish GO FAIR office, and I am involved in two work packages in the EOSC project FAIR-IMPACT which focuses on commitment, implementation and communication of the FAIR principles.
Nicolaj Pedersen Tanderup
I am a data management consultant and the project manager for DeiC's establishment of the new national Data Management services, DeiC Dataverse, DeiC Storage, and DeiC Sensitive Storage. Additionally, I am involved in the EOSC project FAIR-IMPACT, which works at a European level to support the dissemination of FAIR practices, tools, and services across the scientific community. I hold a Master's degree in Library and Information Science and, prior to my employment at DeiC, I have worked for over 10 years in the management and business support of research dissemination systems and Open Science within the Danish university sector.
Jakob Bech Petersen
My role in DeiC Data Management will primarily focus on working with Danish registries and research on sensitive data. I have a range of tasks associated with activities in Det Koordinerende Organ for Registerforskning (KOR), where I provide secretarial support, coordinate meetings, and the annual register research conference. Additionally, I will act as a liaison for the Data Management network under KOR and work with DeiC Sensitiv Storage and the upcoming EU project EOSC-ENTRUST. My educational background began with a bachelor's degree in Techno-Anthropology from Aalborg University in Copenhagen (AAU-CPH), followed by a master's degree in IT from IT University in Copenhagen (ITU). Since starting my studies, I have been involved in data collection through projects involving register-based survey research as the core.