Invitation to RDA BG Node Workshop on Data Management


RDA BG Node organizes Workshop on Data Management on 24th of July 2020.

Draft program
 - Cases from Bulgaria, 
- participation in the RDA adoption week 15-19 June 2020 by members of RDA BG, 
- connections with European Open Science Cloud. 

Invited speaker is Dr. Andrey Tchorbanov, Immunologist, who will present the role of data in COVID-19 case

The workshop is foreseen to be digital!

You are all invited to  register for participation:

Your opinion matters! Important Questionnaire - please complete by 26th June 2020

Dear Bulgarian RDA node members,

The project is working on the deliverable D5.6 Final Sustainability Strategy due by the end of July 2020. This will include a section dedicated to the sustainability plans of the RDA national nodes.

In order to collect this information, we have drafted a short questionnaire which we ask you to complete by 26 June 2020:

Thank you!

COVID-19 Data Portal - Accelerating research through data sharing


The COVID-19 Data Portal was launched in April 2020 to bring together relevant datasets for sharing and analysis in an effort to accelerate coronavirus research. It enables researchers to upload, access and analyse COVID-19 related reference data and specialist datasets as part of the wider European COVID-19 Data Platform. 

A ZOOM Meeting of the core group of the RDA BG node on 22nd of April, 2020

On 22nd of April 2020, the RDA BG node working group will make a ZOOM meeting in order to discuss and plan the next steps of the RDA node activities in Bulgaria.

More specifically, the team will set up the next steps for the organisation of the National RDA Seminar.

The group will analyze the new requirements of the situation and will suggest new activities and recommendations.

RDA COVID19 Case Statement

A newly established Working Group has set twofold objectives:

  1. to clearly define detailed guidelines on data sharing under the present COVID-19 circumstances to help stakeholders follow best practices to maximize the efficiency of their work
  2. to develop guidelines for policymakers to maximise timely data sharing and appropriate responses in such health emergencies.

More about the RDA COVID-19 WG and its activities here: