Sep 20, 2020 | E020 What Do PhD Careers in Institutions Building Infrastructure for Open Science Look Like?
Dr. Ricarda Braukmann has a multi-disciplinary background in Psychology (BSc) and Cognitive Neuroscience (MSc), and she received her PhD in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience from the Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands in 2018.
During her PhD, she went for an internship arranged by the Professional PhD Program from the PhD Candidates Network of the Netherlands (PNN). Her internship took place at the Social Sciences at Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS), the Dutch national institute for permanent access to digital research resources. Today, Ricarda works as a Program Leader at DANS. As such, she is part of the policy and communication department and involved in various projects promoting Open Science and sustainable Data Management. Ricarda has, for instance, been involved in the creation of an online Research Data Management training module for early-career scientists (www.cessda.eu/DMGuide). She is also currently leading the engagement and communication work package of FREYA, an EU project on Persistent Identifiers
In this webinar, Ricarda told us all about her job at DANS. How do the workflow and the management look like? What does DANS do for Open Science? What does a “career” mean in such a place? Ricky also shared her insights on how to be a happy PhD candidate and her approach to careers in general.
Ricky’s LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ricardabraukmann/
Ricky’s Twitter profile: https://twitter.com/R_Braukmann/
The website of DANS: https://dans.knaw.nl/en/
The episode was recorded on September 27th, 2020. This material represents the speaker’s personal views and not the views of their current or former employer(s).