Am I a Digital Mathematician?
DMV-ÖMG Annual Conference
Karsten Tabelow and Thomas Koprucki, Berlin; Moritz Schubotz and Olaf Teschke, Karlsruhe
Have you seen yourself typing $$ in an Email or did you miss the possibility to search for a mathematical formula in Google? If yes, you are already on your way to become a digital mathematician. The good news is, you are not alone and many mathematicians also use computers to obtain mathematical results. The mathematical research data initiative (MaRDI) in Germany aims to connect those people and facilitates the sharing and finding of mathematical research data and mathematical knowledge. MaRDI aims to establish best practices and low-barrier infrastructures for mathematicians to better organize and access large amounts of data and knowledge. MaRDI aims to integrate individual results, e.g., as contained in a paper, into a common knowledge base like Wikipedia. In this minisymposium, we present the state-of-the-art and lessons learned from practical experience in handling mathematical research data and information. We invite mathematicians to share and discuss their experiences, needs, concerns and perspectives on the digital transformation and the innovations necessary to drive it across all levels of the mathematical ecosystem covering students, researchers, reviewers and funding bodies.
University of Passau
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A Research Infrastructure Tailored for Mathematics in the Digital Age
Opening Mathematical Research Data for the Next Generation