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We are part of the Helmholtz Metadata Collaboration with the project AutoPeroSol

04/2021 - HI ERN is part of the AutoPeroSol-Project. AutoPerosol is one ot 9 projects selected as part of the Helmholtz Metadata Collaboration - AutoPeroSol is aiming towards automatic data management and a common ontology
for perovskite solar cell device data

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The Helmholtz Metadata Collaboration (HMC) promotes the qualitative enrichment of research data by means of metadata – and implements this approach across the whole organization. HMC develops and implements novel concepts and technologies for a sustainable handling of research data through high-quality metadata. Its main goal is to make the depth and breadth of research data produced by Helmholtz Centres findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable (FAIR) for whole science community.

Nine projects have been selected for funding in the first project call of the Helmholtz Incubator Platform Helmholtz Metadata Collaboration (HMC) with a total of 3.45 million Euro – half of which is provided by the Helmholtz Initiative and Networking Fund. 12 Helmholtz Centres are involved representing all six research areas of the Helmholtz Association. Each project will run for 24 months.

 HI ERN is part of the AutoPeroSol-Project. AutoPeroSol is aiming towards automatic data management and a common ontology for perovskite solar cell device data. This HMC project will create an automated data flow to facilitate data and sample sharing among partners and collaborations in the field of next generation multi-junction solar cell devices.

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View the presentation from the Helmholtz Metadata Collaboration Kickoff-Meeting.

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