We missed out this years #sysadminday2020 (System Administrator Appreciation Day).

As we use quite a lot useful services provided by @gwdg@twitter.com : Thank you! 🙏🍰🍦

Have an idea for #SORSE? Looking for collaborators? Good news: The #deRSE20 TOPIC BAZAAR lives on in #SORSE!

Have something/-one you'd 🧡 to hear (about)? #SORSE may make that happen, just add your wish to the WISHLIST!

🏁 t.co/5YIdp0n9Gc

#MakeAWish #Collaborate #RSEng t.co/o5W1top1c8

Finally, our institute's website is available in new design and english translation. Next goal: RSS newsfeed :) medizininformatik.umg.eu/en/

Great talk about Secure Health Data Infrastructures by @msuhr . Abstract and slides can be found under fosdem.org/2020/schedule/event

...und die nächste Runde:
Die UMG Biobank und das Institut für Medizinische Informatik suchen zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt eine/n (Medizin-)Informatiker/Softwareentwickler (m/w/d)


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...und die nächste Runde:
Die UMG Biobank und das Institut für Medizinische Informatik suchen zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt eine/n (Medizin-)Informatiker/Softwareentwickler (m/w/d)


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New article on technological, social, ethical, and legal aspects of clinical genomics published by our group in European Neuropsychopharmacology
:doi: doi.org/10.1016/j.euroneuro.20

Happy to see this announced today. This years was a great experience.
Save the Date: - 2nd International Conference of Research Software Engineers in Germany, 25-27 August 2020

We will be at presenting a Spotlight on Building Blocks for a Secure Infrastructure. Part of the packed open research tools and technologies track on February 1st, 2020.

Two openings in my team at the department of , building free software for biomedical research. The job advertisement is only available in German language atm but feel free to contact me via pm of you want to know more.

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Andraž Koželj nitter.net/andrazk from better.care is in this week for a comprehensive introduction and under-the-hood technical instruction on the Better repository. It's already been an extremely helpful encounter for the tech team of our Medical Data Integration Center. Finally, someone got the Lego metaphor right!

A fascinating guest lecture marked the end of a busy week at the department. Tomas Kulvicius from the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience in Göttingen presented his groups recent work: Prediction of manipulation actions using semantic event chains. They teach to recognise and react to human movement!

EOSC Rules of Participation 

The Working Group on Rules for Participation (RoP) has released their brainstorming document and invite comments until Mon, 2019-12-02:


(yes, this is a Google Doc and everyone is aware of the irony...)

Job offer, biomedical project coordination. Göttingen, Germany 

Our institute is currently looking for new staff members in Göttingen, Germany. One position is that of a coordinating person for a biomedical research project between oncology and informatics. Find the full job offer (only in German, but feel free to throw it into DeepL) here: umg.eu/karriere/stellenangebot

More than 15 people from the different research groups and projects at our institute turned up today for an in-house crash course in data wrangling. Led by seasoned veterans of clinical data transformation, we explored the free software swiss army knife, Talend Open Studio. 2nd part of this tutorial is coming up on Thursday where we will engage real world problems from the wondrous lands of talend.com/products/data-integ

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Today, Markus and Jendrik take part in a FHIR data modelling workshop in the beautiful historic buildings at Berlin Charité

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