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ing.grid longlisted for Enter Award 2024

ing.grid longlisted for Enter Award 2024

Posted by Izadora Silva Pimenta on 2024-06-13

We are very happy to announce that ing.grid has been longlisted for the Enter Award 2024, funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and powered by the think tank iRights.Lab. The goal of the award in its first edition is to recognise people and organisations that make research freely accessible or support others in doing so, contributing to a more inclusive research [...]

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ing.grid Authors' Workshop

ing.grid Authors' Workshop

Posted by Izadora Silva Pimenta on 2023-12-20

On December 13th, the managing editors of ing.grid held an online workshop open to potential authors.During the workshop, we conducted a live demonstration of the submission of a preprint to our preprint server, and we also demonstrated how our open peer-review process works. Additionally, potential authors could gain an overview of the journal's workflow.The workshop was recorded and is now [...]

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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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Poster Presentation at the 1st Conference on Research Data Infrastructure

Poster Presentation at the 1st Conference on Research Data Infrastructure

Posted by Kevin Logan on 2023-09-29

Our Managing Editor Kevin Logan attended CoRDI in Karlsruhe to present ing.grid in a poster session for the track Linking RDM.As a platform for scientific discussion on FAIR data management, ing.grid links engineers from all disciplines engaged in RDM activities. Using linked metadata, ing.grid links all three elements of a submission, manuscript, software, and dataset in order to achieve [...]

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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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