Open Science Workshop 2020
When and Where
On October 16, 2020 via the online video conferencing platform MS Teams from 10:00 to 16:00.
Please register for the workshop in advance – your registration in advance will help us prepare the event and, in particular, allow us to send summary information from the whole day to you if you are interested.
You can look forward to the performance of Czech and foreign experts who will acquaint you with the state of Open Science not only at MUNI, but also in the world and introduce tools for planning research data management.
Welcoming the participants and introduction to Open Science.
Presentation of the Current State of Open Science at MUNI and the Open Science Team
Meet the core members of the MUNI Open Science Support Team and the services it already offers to MUNI researchers.
International Context of Open Access / Open Science
Presentation of the international context and current standards of Open Access / Open Science.
Modern Data Management Planning (DMP), including a practical demonstration
Presentation of practical experience with institutional planning of data management. The Data Stewardship Wizard application, which can be used to generate Data Management Plans, will also be presented.
Within the workshop you will have the opportunity to interactively discuss your motivations and concerns in the field of Open Science, with special emphasis on the situation at MUNI.
Interactive Workshop 1: Motivation/Concerns about Open Science
Using the sli.do application, there will be an interactive discussion on the topic of your motivations and concerns in the field of Open Science.
Interactive Workshop 2: MUNI Scientific Community Requirements for Open Science Services
Using the sli.do application, an interactive discussion will take place on the topic of your requirements for Open Science services at MUNI.
Summary of Workshops
A European perspective on Open Science in the keynote of the Chairman of the Executive Committee of the European Open Science Cloud. Due to his time constraints, the lecturer will close the meeting.
Keynote: European View of Open Science – Current State and Trends
Due to the time constraints of the distinguished lecturer, we placed the keynote of the head of the EOSC at the end of the meeting.
Colleen Campbell leads outreach and engagement in the Open Access 2020 Initiative which is coordinated by the Max Planck Digital Library on behalf of the global research community. She is also part of LIBER’s Open Access Working Group.
OA2020 unites national research councils, university rectors’ conferences, libraries and consortia across five continents in strategies to transform the current subscription system to new open access publishing models. Passionate about libraries and the exciting changes underway in scholarly communication, she coordinates activities that enable librarians and other stakeholders to take pro-active steps toward creating a fair, sustainable and open information environment.
Previously European Director for Strategic Partnerships for JSTOR and the digital preservation service, Portico, she has over 20 years’ experience across all areas of the academic information sector. She is a frequent and motivating speaker at international conferences and serves as an elected member of the UKSG Main Committee. Formerly an actress, she holds a BA in Drama, an MA in Italian Studies and lives near Florence, Italy.
Associate Professor at Department of Software Engineering, Faculty of Information Technologies of Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic
Dr. Robert Pergl is an Associate Professor at Department of Software Engineering, Faculty of Information Technologies of Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic, where he founded "Centre for Conceptual Modelling and Implementation", a group focusing on research, development and applications of methods and tools for ontological engineering, enterprise engineering, software engineering and data stewardship. Apart from his publishing work, Dr. Pergl is also a General Chair of EOMAS Workshop, a representative in the CIAO! Enterprise Engineering Network and National Node Committee member of ELIXIR Czech Republic.
Rector Magnificus Emeritus at the Delft University of Technology
Karel Luyben is Rector Magnificus Emeritus of the Delft University of Technology. He was Rector Magnificus of the Delft University of Technology from 2010 until 2018. Before that he served as Dean of the Faculty of Applied Sciences for almost 12 years. In 1983 he was appointed full professor in Biochemical Engineering at the Delft University of Technology, and from there has gained experience in research, starting a SME, research leadership, leading European organisations like the European Federation of Biotechnology and CESAER.
He presently works on Open Science, through being a Board member of CESAER; Chairman of the Board of the Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences; National Coordinator for Open Science in the Netherlands; Chairman of the Task Force Open Science of CESAER and chairman of the Executive Board of the European Open ScienceCloud (EOSC).
Throughout his career he has provided consultation services to research organisations, industries and governments in the areas of Technologyand Strategy & Policy.