Projects

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Please find information on AUSSDA's third-party funded projects here. Details on internal AUSSDA projects can be found in the news section of our homepage. 

The COSSDA project provides the research community with a basis for empirical analyses on COVID-19 topics in Austria and beyond. Reusable research data is collected in one place, archived sustainably and made available in a timely manner according to FAIR Data principles.  » more on COSSDA

The Social Survey Austria (SSÖ) is a research program to monitor changes in attitudes and values in the Austrian population. » more on the SSÖ

The EMM Survey Registry and the EMM Survey Data Hub are a metadatabase of migration studies in Europe. The project aims to establish a more evidence-based foundation for discussions in a subject matter that is often difficult to access and evaluate. » more on EMM

The RI:TRAIN Plus project addresses the question of which competences are needed to successfully operate research infrastructures and core facilities. » more on RI:TRAIN Plus

EOSC (European Open Science Cloud)-Pillar will coordinate national Open Science efforts across Austria, Belgium, France, Germany and Italy, and ensure their contribution and readiness for the implementation of the European Open Science Cloud. » more on EOSC-Pillar 

Social Sciences and Humanities Open Cloud (SSHOC)

Social Sciences and Humanities Open Cloud (SSHOC) develops an open research ecosystem for the humanities and social sciences in Europe. It is an important part of the Europen Open Science Cloud (EOSC). » more on SSHOC

ELSST is a large-scale, multilingual thesaurus for the social sciences. AUSSDA participates in the translation of the German version, one of 13 languages currently available. » more on ELSST

Based on the Dataverse software, the DataverseEU project aimed at providing a ready-to-use archive solution for aspiring and new CESSDA ERIC Service Providers. » more on DataverseEU

Dataverse Mirror is a Proof of Concept to backup a Dataverse instance via its API. For this purpose AUSSDA developed pyDataverse - a Python module to access the Dataverse API and work with its metadata. » more on Dataverse Mirror

In order to make social science COVID-19 data accessible promptly, AUSSDA has started the COVID-19 Data Fast Track Publishing project, supported by the Federal Ministry of Education (BMBWF). AUSSDA has thus created a central collection point for social science COVID-19 studies in Austria.  » more on COVID-19 Fast Track Publishing