eLabBook Activity: Final Workshop on Research Integrity and Data Documentation


Date: 13 April 2018, 11.15-14.30

Place: Aarhus University, Building 1532, room 116, Lecture Theatre G1, Department of Mathematics, Ny Munkegade 120, 8000 Aarhus C. Get directions.

Registration: Participation is free of charge, but please register for the workshop at:


Registration deadline: 6 April 2018

Download program for the workshop (pdf-format)

About the workshop

The eLabBook activity is a collaborative project in the frame of the National Data Management forum (DM- forum). In this project, research groups from KU, AU and DTU have tested (and implemented) different Electronic Lab Notebook (ELNs) software in order to evaluate how these systems can adapt to their research workflows and facilitate data documentation and sharing of data.  

At this workshop you will learn about the knowledge and experienced gained by each research group on how to choose an ELN that satisfy their needs, the pros and cons of the investigated systems and how to best implement an ELN into their workflows.

You will also have the opportunity to listen the talks of two experts, one from academia talking about research integrity and the importance of data documentation, and one expert from industry (Chr. Hansen) talking about research documentation in a company and its future challenges.

The workshop is open to all researchers, students and research support staff who are interested to learn more about research data documentation and practical experience of researchers with ELNs. The workshop is free of charge, but the number of participants is limited to 85 persons.

Workshop program

  • 11.15-11.30: Welcome / eLabBook activity: Christian Storm Pedersen, BiRC, AU
  • 11.30-11.55: Research integrity: Kristian Hvidtfeldt Nielsen, Science Studies, AU
  • 11.55-12.20: Research data documentation in industry: Morten Meldgaard, Chr. Hansen A/S
  • 12.20-13.00: Lunch / Sandwiches / Networking
  • 13.00-14.00: Three presentations about our experiences with three types of ELNs
    • Confluence (AU): Ebbe Sloth-Andersen, iNANO, AU
    • LabGuru (KU): Michael Lisby, Department of Biology, KU
    • Biovia (DTU): Anders E. Daugaard, DTU Chemical Engineering, DTU
  • 14.00-14.30: Concluding remarks / Coffee and Cake / Networking


Paula Maria Martinez Lavanchy (paml[at]dtu.dk), Office for Innovation and Sector Services, DTU.

Michael Lisby (mlisby[at]bio.ku.dk), Department of Biology, KU.

Ebbe Sloth Andersen (esa[at]inano.au.dk), iNANO, AU

Christian Storm Pedersen (cstorm[at]birc.au.dk), BiRC,