Scientific Advisory Board MO|RE data

Christian Assmann
Prof. Dr. Christian Aßmann

Otto-Friedrich-University of Bamberg

Head of depardment 3: Research Data Center, Methods Development 


“To contribute to the research data landscape in Germany, LIfBi is already sharing its expertise in processing research data in various ways. I am delighted to be a member of the MO|RE data scientific advisory board and to support a project that has been dedicated to the topic of 'FAIR Data' for almost a decade.”



Roland Bertelmann

Helmholtz Community

Head of the Helmholtz Open Science Office



Dr. Tanja Blascheck

Institute for Visualization and Interactive Systems, University of Stuttgart

Margarete von Wrangell-Fellow, Postdoctoral Researcher


"The MO|RE data eResearch infrastructure, due to the diversity and relevance of the data, provides an interesting research context for visualization. Visual analytics can make motor performance data even more accessible to the interested public."



Prof. Dr. Dirk Büsch

Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg

Professor of sports science with a focus on Exercise Science

"Without the documentation and general availability of (sports) motor data, sports science could possibly miss out on forward-looking developments in research and teaching. So I'm delighted to be part of this promising project."



Prof. Dr. Urs Granacher

Albert-Ludwig-University Freiburg

Department of Sport and Sport Science


"Data-based physical activity recommendations are significant for decision makers to take preventive action to promote physical activity."



Tina Holzbach

Federal Institute of Sport Science

Department IV 


"Research data is essential for scientific work and research. Therefore, the development of a sustainable infrastructure that secures it in the long term, connects it and makes it as widely reusable as possible is of crucial importance. This applies to the field of sports motor skills, the entire field of sports science and far beyond."



Stefan Künzell
Prof. Dr. Stefan Künzell

German Society of Sport Science

Vice President Research


"The "MO|RE Data" project realizes the modern "open science" approach of making research data publicly available. This brings German sports science up to date and lays the foundation for sustainable research activities."



Dr. Thea Schlößer

Federal Institute of Sport Science

Department of Exercise Science


„The long-term and sustainable pooling of existing data of motor performance and the linking with data from other disciplines (e.g. socio-economic data) represents an important step in the development of recommendations.“



Prof. Dr. York Sure-Vetter

National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI) e.V.



"As a member of the MO|RE Scientific Advisory Board, I would like to contribute my expertise in research data management. I look forward to exciting insights into data-driven sports science research and expect the project to improve data access for science and research."



Dr. Arne Upmeier

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Director of KIT-Library


„Mo/RE data brings motion into data and data into motion. I am confident that the open structure can set the tone for other projects in sports science and beyond. I am very happy to support that.”



Former advisory boards

Dr. Julia Winter

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Head of the Staff Office "Staff of the President and CIO" and Chief Digital Officer.


"MO|REdata is one of the subject-specific data repositories operated at KIT, the research university in the Helmholtz Association, and thus already practicing the FAIR Data principles today. By persistently providing high-quality, open research data, KIT specifically promotes their interdisciplinary use. Therefore, I consider it a responsible task to accompany the establishment of MO|REdata in the broader research community as a member of the advisory board and to exchange ideas with colleagues."



Frederik Borkenhagen

University of Heidelberg, Institute for Sport and Sport Science / German Association for Sport Science e.V. (dvs)

Managing Director / Vice President

"I would like to bring the experience I have gained from many years of work at the dvs, including the DFG project of the "Virtual Library of Sports Science", to the "MO|RE data" project. This is connected with the hope that "MO|RE Data" will create a sustainable infrastructure for sports science research data from the field of sports motorics, which will be of great benefit for scientific work."


Rules of order

The rules of procedure of our scientific advisory board can be found here.