HUB Energy

In the Helmholtz Research Field Energy, scientists work on sustainable solutions for the energy transition in Germany and beyond. To this end, they research and develop innovative technologies for the conversion, distribution and storage of energy and develop solutions for a sustainable energy system in which electricity, heat and mobility are closely linked across sectors. The research data to be included in this process are as diverse as the subject areas, processes and systems to be considered.

The HMC Hub Energy maps and communicates the competences, ideas and domain-specific requirements available in the Research Field Energy in the enrichment of these research data with metadata in the sense of the FAIR principles and supports the Helmholtz scientists in this in many ways, in particular through suitable consulting and further training offers, through participation in ontology developments, through the creation and communication of software solutions and through the development and demonstration of exemplary use cases.



HMC @ 1st Conference on Research Data Infrastructure

We head to Karlsruhe to present HMC to the national RDM community.
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HMC @ Helmholtz Energy Conference

On June 12 and 13, 2023, the Helmholtz Research Field Energy met at the first Helmholtz Energy Conference "Tackling the Challenges of the Energy Trans …
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The new HMC Information Portal officially launched

We are excited to announce the official launch of the new HMC Information Portal.
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29.11.2023 - 30.11.2023

Training course: Fundamentals of scientific metadata - why context matters!

Discover the hidden potential of your research data and learn how to use metadata annotations to add long-lasting value to your scientific output in t …
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19.06.2023 - 21.06.2023

AI HERO Hackathon on Energy Efficient AI

The AI HERO Hackathon on Energy Efficient AI is back!
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27.03.2023 - 28.03.2023

Training course: Metadata for Rookies

Introduction to the annotation of research data with structured metadata for master/PhD students & young scientists from Helmholtz Research Field …
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