Chalmers e-Commons forms a bridge between research and a span of digital resources and expertise for research data and calculations. On this page you find information on how Chalmers’ researchers and doctoral students can access Chalmers e-Commons.
Gateway to functions and resourses
Chalmers e-Commons is the gateway to a collection of local, national, and international digital expert functions and resources. Researchers, research groups and research infrastructures at Chalmers can turn to e-commons for support in making large-scale calculations/analyzes and managing research data throughout its life cycle; from collecting, storing, and handling of data, to analysis and publication of data..
The co-workers at e-commons form bridges between research and a wide span of digital resources for research data and calculations.
You can turn to us for:
- Digital expertise and support: Chalmers e-Commons co-workers guide you to the digital resources that are most suitable for your project and support you in how to use the resources in the best possible way. Our research engineers can also act as partners in more extensive collaborations with your research group.
- Large-scale calculations, visualizations, and analysis of research data: E-commons is a gateway to resources for analysis of data, simulations, and other calculations.
- Storage, handling and sharing of data: You can turn to e-commons for help with management of research data, including personal data, and aspects of GDPR. You can also get support in establishing data management plans, and help publish and storing research data according to current legal requirements, policies, and guidelines.
How to access Chalmers e-Commons
All researchers and doctoral students at Chalmers have access to support and resources within Chalmers e-Commons. At Chalmers e-Commons you can also get help with access to national and international digital research infrastructures. Chalmers e-Commons basic resources are free at a point of use for researchers and doctoral students. More extensive use of e-commons resources and advanced expertise will involve a user fee.
You can reach e-commons by emailing their shared mailbox: firstname.lastname@example.org