About CODATA-Germany

CODATA-Germany is the German National Committee of CODATA, the Committee on Data of the International Science Council (ISC). CODATA promotes global collaboration to advance Open Science and to improve the availability and usability of data for all areas of research.
The main objectives of CODATA Germany are:
  • Networking of individuals and institutions in the widest sense for information, communication and cooperation on national as well as on international level.
  • Elaborating strategic aims for development of scientific aspects of databases and information systems under special consideration of promoting dialogue between commerce, science and administration.
  • Promoting knowledge exchange especially by organizing events dealing with the technical, scientific, administrative and organizational development on all fields that are relevant to scientific data and information systems.
CODATA-Germany is an association (e.V.) registered in Berlin, Germany (see Terms of Reference) chaired by the following board:
Prof. Dr. Peter Baumann

Prof. Dr.
Peter Baumann

Chair

Jacobs University and rasdaman GmbH

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Monika Jarosch

Prof. Dr.-Ing.
Monika Jarosch

Deputy Chair

Siegen University

Prof.  Dr. Andreas Oberweis

Prof. Dr.
Andreas Oberweis

Treasurer

Karlsruhe University

Horst Kremers

Horst Kremers

Secretary General

Member since 1995-04-19 (appointment by DFG Pres. Wolfgang Grünwald), chair 2003-2019

Events

Publications

Lecture Notes in Information Sciences (LNIS)

LNIS is a scientific book series edited by Horst Kremers (contact: office@horst-kremers.de) and published by CODATA-Germany.

  • LNIS Vol. 9: Geoinformation and Sustainable Development. 2019
  • LNIS Vol. 8: Risk Information Management, Risk Models and Applications, Selected Papers. 2017, ISBN 978-3-00-056177-1 (order form)
  • LNIS Vol. 7: Risk Information Management, Risk Models and Applications (RIMMA). ISBN 978-3-00-048844-3 (order form)
  • LNIS Vol. 6: Proc. International Conference on Environmental Information and Communication (CEGeoIC2013). Berlin, 2013, ISBN 978-3-00-040771-0 (order form)
  • LNIS Vol. 5: Horst Kremers, Alberto Susini (eds.): Risk Models and Application 2012, Berlin, 2012, ISBN 978-3-00--036336-8 (order form)
  • LNIS Vol. 4: Horst Kremers, Alberto Susini (eds.): Risk Models and Application 2010. Berlin, 2010 (order form)
  • LNIS Vol. 3: Proc. International CODATA Symposium on LandCover Logic, Bonn, Germany, Nov. 28/29, 2007, ISBN 978-3-00-023310-4 (order form)
  • LNIS Vol. 2: Proc. 2nd International CODATA Symposium on Generalization of Information, Geneva (Carouge), 2007, ISBN 978-3-00-022382-2 (order form)
  • LNIS Vol. 1: Proc. International CODATA Symposium on Generalization of Information. ISBN 3-00-016253-4 (order form)

Related Publications

  • Research Data Good Scientific Practice (Alliance of German Science Organizations)

Join!

Codata-Germany is a committee of experts in various fields of data science, all sharing the interest in advancing use of data along FAIR (findable, accessible, interoperable, reusable) and further principles.

If you are interested in joining CODATA activities, please contact the CODATA-Germany Chair for membership application details and procedure. You benefit from high-level interdisciplinary discussions, events, publications etc.

Contact any of the CODATA-Germany members to learn more!

Terms of Reference

Responsible Maintainer

CODATA Germany e.V.
c/o Peter Baumann
Jacobs University
Campus Ring 12
28759 Bremen

Represented by the board of chairs.

Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

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When you visit our website, the Web server temporarily stores usage information on our server machine running in Germany) for statistical purposes in the form of a log in order to improve the quality of our website.

We do not transfer your personal data to third parties without your express consent. We use revolvermaps for determining the city of visitors (nothing beyond this anonymized information is available); see their privacy statement which, at the time we evaluated it, obviously was in accordance with GDPR.

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