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ing.grid's first issue is now complete

ing.grid's first issue is now complete

Posted by Izadora Silva Pimenta on 2024-06-19

We are happy to announce that the first issue of ing.grid is now complete. This first issue contains specimens of two types of ing.grid open peer-reviewed publications: a manuscript and a software submission. The detailed review discussion of each of these articles can be found on the ing.grid preprint server. As our editor-in-chief, Prof. Peter Pelz, points out in his inaugural letter, "we hope [...]

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Poster Presentation at the Data Stewardship Goes Germany workshop

Poster Presentation at the Data Stewardship Goes Germany workshop

Posted by Izadora Silva Pimenta on 2023-11-06

On the 25th and 26th of September, ing.grid participated in the two-day workshop "Data Stewardship Goes Germany", held at the Open Science Lab of the Saxon State and University Library (SLUB) in Dresden, Germany.Our Managing Editor, Izadora Silva Pimenta, presented a poster discussing how ing.grid employs the FAIR principles for quality assessment in dataset publications. The objective was to [...]

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ing.grid presented at the 3rd NFDI4Ing Conference

ing.grid presented at the 3rd NFDI4Ing Conference

Posted by Kevin Logan on 2023-09-29

Research Data Management is becoming a subject of scholarly research in its own right.That's why scholars from engineering sciences and related disciplines engaged in research data management joined forces to provide ing.grid as a platform for scientific discussion on the subject with the support of the University and State Library Darmstadt.In this presentation at the 3rd NFDI4Ing Conference, [...]

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ing.grid Office Hours and communication channels

ing.grid Office Hours and communication channels

Posted by Izadora Silva Pimenta on 2023-08-15

From now on, we have established new channels for more effective contact with the ing.grid managing editors. This way, we are available to answer questions regarding the open peer review process, clarify steps for editing a publication, and solve any other problems that you may have regarding the journal and its functionality.   ing.grid Office Hours: Wednesdays 09:00 - 11:00 CE(S)T on [...]

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Updates to Publication Ethics and Author Guidelines

Updates to Publication Ethics and Author Guidelines

Posted by Izadora Silva Pimenta on 2023-07-31

ing.grid recently made some updates to its Publication Ethics and Author Guidelines sections, aiming to be up to date with the best practices in scholarly publishing.Regarding Publication Ethics, a new policy has been introduced concerning the use of chatbots and other writing assistance tools for publishing in the journal. According to the COPE statement on Authorship and AI tools, these tools [...]

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Improvements to ing.grid policy

Improvements to ing.grid policy

Posted by Izadora Silva Pimenta on 2023-04-04

Following the recommendations of Prof. Dr Petra Gehring, topical editor of ing.grid, and also in conformity with DFG recommendations on scientist tracking, we took some actions to improve the policy of the journal. These are the steps taken by ing.grid: 1 - The use of ORCID and ROR are no longer required for submitting to the journal. 2 -The developers of Janeway, the publishing platform [...]

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New member of the editorial team

New member of the editorial team

Posted by Izadora Silva Pimenta on 2023-03-27

ing.grid now has a new member on its editorial team: Dr.-Ing. Jörg F. Unger. He is the head of “Modeling and simulation” for Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) and have been working on computational mechanics with a focus on additive manufacturing, data management, reproducible scientific workflows and Bayesian inference procedures, as well as reduced order models to improve [...]

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"Dating with Data" - ing.grid takes part in the Love Data Week

"Dating with Data" - ing.grid takes part in the Love Data Week

Posted by Izadora Silva Pimenta on 2023-01-25

Are you ready to show your datasets to others? Don't be shy: you can find your perfect match or life-changing comments that will clarify your next steps. We can build science together; that is why we want you to participate in our speed dating… with data!As part of the #LoveDataWeek, ing.grid will host a cosy and fun event where you can show your unfinished datasets relevant to an engineering or [...]

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