Open Access Week Conference: How to Open Science?
The purpose of the event is to inform all EELISA members about the current open science framework work in EELISA innoCORE and to share the experiences of different disciplines in open science. More information about EELISA InnoCORE open science work here: https://eelisa.eu/open-science/
In the first part of the event, the studies carried out within the scope of the “Strategic Framework for EELISA Open Science Practices”, the third work package of EELISA innoCORE, will be featured. In this context, we will first share the current Open Science studies of EELISA as guiding tools for HEI partners – a proposed journey and best practice examples towards full OS adoption. Then, information will be given about the efforts to establish the Innovative Distributed Open Science Education Center targeted within the scope of the work package.
In the second part of the event, open science practices from polar studies and citizen science will be included and a presentation will be made on how research can be made more open.
The event will be held in partnership with EELISA Open Science Community and EELISA innoCORE as part of the international open access week.
10:00- 10:10 Welcoming speech – Fatma Yavuz, ITU / EELISA Open Science Community
10:10-10:55 Part 1: EELISA Open Science: Rise to Action
10:10-10:30 Keynote Speaker Creating a vision for OS Dana Gheorghe, UPB /EELISA InnoCORE WP3 Leader
10:30-10:45 Invited Speaker Going forward Prof. Dr. Ciprian Dobre, UPB /EELISA innoCORE WP3
10:45 – 11:00 Questions & Answers
11:00 – 11:45 Part 2: Experience Sharing Panel
Coordinator: Fatma Yavuz ITU / EELISA Open Science Community
– Use case for Phd students: Make your research open Esteban Gonzales, UPM / EELISA Open Science Community
– How does Polar Research make science open? Prof. Dr. Burcu ÖZSOY, ITU / TUBİTAK MAM Polar Research Institute
– Citizen science perspectives on Open Science Alejandro Sánchez, UCM
11:45 -11:55 Questions & Answers
11:55 – 12:00 Overall assessment and closing
October 25th from 10:00 to 12:00 pm (CEST)