Research on global challenges like climate change and the loss of biodiversity demands for publicly available, high quality and interoperable data. These data can only be provided if different disciplines in earth systems research and biodiversity research work closely together. My highly interdisciplinary team of geologists, biologists, engineers and software developers located at the AWI and MARUM has a national and international proven track record in research data management, data logistics and data science. Our integrated data driven view enables transforming the wealth of heterogenous information into new knowledge for innovation and policy advice.
Open access and reusability of research data according to the FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) data principles. Global patters of biodiversity and the effect of anthropogenic influence. Phylogeny and taxonomy. Custom-tailored development and sustainable operation of research data infrastructures.
Address at AWI:
Am Handelshafen 12
Address at University of Bremen:
PANGAEA - Data Publisher for Earth & Environmental Science
MARUM (FVG Ost building)
Leobener Str. 2
This page was last updated in November 2019