Mathematics and informatics within the NFDI
Vortrag von Prof. Dr. Ulrike Lucke auf der gemeinsamen Jahrestagung des DMV und der ÖMG.
Auf der diesjährigen Jahrestagung des DMV und der ÖMG beteiligt sich Prof. Dr. Ulrike Lucke, Vizepräsidentin der GI und stellvertretende Sprecherin des Konsortiums NFDIxCS, mit dem Vortrag "Mathematics and informatics within the NFDI" an einem Mini-Symposium des Konsortiums MaRDI.
Der Abstract des Mini-Symposiums „Ready for MaRDI: Am I a digital mathematician“
"Have you seen yourself typing $$ in an Email or did you miss the possibility to search for a mathematical formula in Google? If yes, you are already on your way to become a digital mathematician. The good news is, you are not alone and many mathematicians also use computers to obtain mathematical results.
The mathematical research data initiative (MaRDI) in Germany aims to connect those people and facilitates the sharing and finding of mathematical research data and mathematical knowledge. MaRDI aims to establish best practices and low-barrier infrastructures for mathematicians to better organize and access large amounts of data and knowledge. MaRDI aims to integrate individual results, e.g., as contained in a paper, into a common knowledge base like Wikipedia. In this minisymposium, we present the state-of-the-art and lessons learned from practical experience in handling mathematical research data and information. We invite mathematicians to share and discuss their experiences, needs, concerns and perspectives on the digital transformation and the innovations necessary to drive it across all levels of the mathematical ecosystem covering students, researchers, reviewers and funding bodies."
Das Mini-Symposium wird von Karsten Tabelow und Thomas Koprucki, Berlin, sowie Moritz Schubotz und Olaf Teschke, Karlsruhe organisiert.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrike Lucke
GI Vice President | University of Potsdam
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Ulrike Lucke has held the chair for Complex Multimedia Application Architectures at the University of Potsdam since 2010. She studied computer science at the University of Rostock and received her doctorate and habilitation in the subject. She was active in the GI from 2008 to 2014 as spokesperson of the E-Learning section, since 2014 as a member of the presidium, and since 2015 in the presidium working group E-Science. She was CIO of the University of Potsdam from 2010 to 2018 and is vice chair of the University CIO Association.