Foto: Andreas Reeg,, +49 171 544 92 47,
Foto: Andreas Reeg,, +49 171 544 92 47,

You can contact us via the following email:
Or you can contact our Research Data Manager individually.


Chettan Kumar
Tel: +4969-63395-192

Research data management

The Georg-Speyer-Haus is committed to achieving standards for research data management that enable secure data retention and optimize the benefits for research by collecting, storing, and granting access to research data in a way that the data can be used by members of the community in the future.

To this end, we are implementing digital infrastructures that not only enable our researchers to store, maintain, and publish your data, but also facilitate to efficiently collaborate and share data and experiments with other internal or external researchers.


Data Life Cycle

The Data Life Cycle helps to handle research data properly, which is one of the most important requirements for scientific work to ensure compliance with good scientific practice.

Phases of the Data Life Cycle modified from UK Data Archive ( and (

Our services

We support our researchers in all aspects of research data management.

        • Advice on research data management and sharing plan at national and international level.
        • Information on integrating project-specific IT systems for data collection/data storage into the research data management infrastructure.
        • Information on metadata and metadata standards.
        • Advice on publishing research data in repositories.

Research Data Management Infrastructure:

        • Electronic Lab Note Book – eLabFTW

To come:
• Data Repository
• RDMO (Research Data Management Organizer)