FAIRmat made it!
The Joint Science Conference (GWK) has decided to include the FAIRmat consortium in the federal and state funding of the National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI). FAIRmat represents a wide variety of researchers from universities and leading institutions in Germany, including the DWI as supporting institute and co-applicant. FAIRmat contributes to strengthen the DWI’s focus on data-driven approaches in the future.
To realize the potential of scientific data, a FAIR - Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Re-purposable - data infrastructure (DI) is needed. FAIRMat is committed to create such an infrastructure in the field of condensed-matter physics and the chemical physics of solids.