Scientists often run three or more highly complex projects in parallel. On top of that, a growing number of publishers and funding agencies require scientists to make their raw data available upon publication according to the four foundational principles – Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability, and Reusability (FAIR). To ensure goal-oriented and time-efficient management of both raw data and scientific projects we will discuss selected established as well as emerging tools and techniques complementing the basic principles of classical project management. 

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Components of Science PM

  • Plan and structure your PhD program 
  • Concepts and basics of Project and Time management 
  • Time Management
  • Digital Tools for Science Project Management 
  • FAIR Data Management & Open Data  
  • Agile Kanban for Science
  • Project Monitoring & Evaluation  

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