DataNord: Empowering Bremen’s Research Community in Data Literacy


1:00 - 1:30 PM

Lunch & Learn | Data Snacks

Data Nord Help-Desk Team
DSC, University of Bremen

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Join us for the Data Snacks, a culinary data break where we share our love for cooking research data in engaging and informative sessions. Each snack will address different challenges in data handling and offer practical solutions. At the end of each session, you'll receive the slides, complete with valuable content, tips, and helpful links for future use. Embark on this journey with us and empower your data skills! The full menu is available on the right and HERE.


DataNord is an interdisciplinary data competence center for the Bremen region, fostering interdisciplinary collaboration and providing opportunities for researchers at all career stages to improve their data skills. Get to know the new DataNord team of data scientists and their future training and consulting services in this Data Snack.

This event introduces the DataNord support network at the DSC, which has been recently augmented by the addition of five data scientists – Sarah Büker, Dr. Susanne de Vogel, Nele Fuchs, Dr. Maryam Movahedifar and Annika Nolte. The team will offer targeted training and consultations tailored to the diverse data science needs within the research environment of Bremen. Our data scientists bring specialised knowledge in environmental and marine sciences, computational methods, statistics, artificial intelligence, humanities and social sciences, thereby providing a comprehensive resource for enhancing the capabilities of researchers along the research data life cycle.

During their talk, the DataNord data scientists will introduce the DataNord project and provide some input of how data science can significantly accelerate research. They outline the scope of training modules that are planned in the future and present their personalized consultation services. Your feedback on specific interests and needs for trainings you see for your research field is highly welcomed.


Sarah Büker, M.Sc. in Marine Environmental Sciences (2023, University of Oldenburg), and Annika Nolte, M.Sc. in Environmental Sciences (2019, Technical University Braunschweig), support researchers in environmental, marine, and health sciences. Susanne de Vogel, Ph.D. in Sociology (2019, University of Halle-Wittenberg), focuses on training and consulting in social sciences. Nele Fuchs, M.A. in Transcultural Studies (2023, University of Bremen), assists researchers in humanities. Maryam Movahedifar, Ph.D. in Statistics (2020, Payame Noor University Tehran), supports researchers with profound expertise in statistics.


The info event will take place from 1:00 to 1:30pm via Zoom. There will be a 15-20 minute presentation followed by an open forum for questions and discussion. We look forward to exciting discussions!

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