The Research Data Management (RDM) Task Force was formed to develop a sustainable strategy to organize, structure, store, care and (re)use RESOLV research data. The aim is to exchange research data easily and efficiently in the context of RESOLV via integrating it into an overarching FAIR data strategy. To this end, we develop tools that enable a simple data flow between the individual sub-projects, that are sustainable and that support the gain in knowledge. In addition to the infrastructure, FAIR data management is advised and practically supported by data Stewards and curators for all RESOLV members. The RESOLV RDM initiative is framed by regular workshops and training courses
The RDM Task Force consists of four representatives of the RESOLV research domains Theory, Engineering, Synthesis and Spectroscopy and a representative of an institutional central RDM unit.