HMC Project Calls

In HMC, project calls are a tool to foster the continuous development of the HMC community. Projects are intended to be interdisciplinary organised and should actively involve the relevant HMC-Hubs. This practice ensures the integration of tools and solutions directly into the platform and the Helmholtz community.

The total budget for HMC projects is 1.2m€/year, financed by the Initiative and Networking Fund (INF). Funded Helmholtz Centres are required to co-finance the respective project by 50%.

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News

11.07.2022

List of identified linked open data vocabularies to be included in IGSN metadata

Using controlled vocabularies is an important step for harmonised metadata

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06.07.2022

FAIR image data from research cruise M182

HMC project FDO-5DI is currently out at sea in the Atlantic Ocean to test tools and workflows for the acquisition and publication of FAIR marine image data under real world conditions.

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27.04.2022

Start of HMC Project HARMONise

HMC project HARMONise started its work

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Job Offers

Expires at: 31.08.2022

Research Software Engineer (f/m/d), 100% full time - KIT

We would like to announce new job opportunities at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in the field of satellite data generation, management and fusion. Both positions are for three years and in the framework of a close collaboration between the scientific computing experts of SCC (Steinbuch Centre for Computing) and the satellite remote sensing experts of IMK-ASF (Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research – Atmospheric Trace Gases and Remote-Sensing).

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Expires at: 31.08.2022

Scientist (f/m/d) – 75% part time – in Computer Science, Meteorology or Physics - KIT

We would like to announce new job opportunities at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in the field of satellite data generation, management and fusion. Both positions are for three years and in the framework of a close collaboration between the scientific computing experts of SCC (Steinbuch Centre for Computing) and the satellite remote sensing experts of IMK-ASF (Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research – Atmospheric Trace Gases and Remote-Sensing).

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