Open Science Workshop 2021

 

 

When and Where

On June 9, 2021 via the online video conferencing platform MS Teams from 10:00 to 16:00.

Speakers Leaflet Join the OS Workshop 2021

Program

The event will aim to acquaint academics and researchers with the planned activities at the university level and provide space for expressing comments and suggestions on the submitted material. The meeting will be divided into two parts. The first part of the workshop will present the emerging Open Science Strategy 2022–2028 at MUNI and its practical implications for research. Foreign guests will acquaint us with the current state of Open Science project conditions for Horizon Europe programs and examples of good practice in implementing Open Science in scientific communication abroad. The interactive part will be devoted to discussing the suggestions obtained at the so-called “Open Science Roadshow”, which took place during the spring months at individual economic centers and presented the strategy in more detail. The June workshop should summarize the findings and give space for further discussion of the submitted material. The summer months will then be used to finalize the strategic document, action plan, and related supporting methodologies and documents. The final version of the MUNI 2022–2028 Open Science Strategy should be ready in September this year so that the university management can officially approve it by the end of the year.

Lecture Part

10:00–10:15 vice-rector for research and doctoral studies, Šárka Pospíšilová

Welcome

Workshop's welcome speech and presentation of the programe. 

10:15–11:00 Core team Open Science

Open Science Strategy MUNI 2022–2028

Since the beginning of 2020, Masaryk University has been providing systematic support in Open Science. The presentation will discuss the goals of the prepared Open Science Strategy MUNI 2022-2028, which aims to introduce the principles of Open Science into everyday scientific practice at our university in the coming years.

11:00–11:30 Silvia Bottaro, Legal Officer – Open Science, European Commission

Open Science in Horizon Europe

Open Science is an important topic in European support for science and research. The presentation will provide a practical insight into the conditions of Open Science in the new EU Horizon Europe framework program.

11:30–12:00 Inge Van Nieuwerbugh, Coordinator for Scholarly Communication, Ghent University

Use case: Embracing Open Science at Ghent University

The topic of Open Science is not new in many European universities. The presentation will discuss a demonstration of foreign practice in the approach to strategic support of Open Science initiatives at University of Ghent.

12:00–13:00

Lunch

Interactive Part

13:00–14:00

Interactive Workshop 1: Fact and Findings from Open Science Roadshow for Open Access

The first part of the interactive workshop will focus on discussing Open Access topics of the prepared university strategy. The beginning will be devoted to summarizing the knowledge gathered from the Open Science Roadshow, which took place during the spring months at individual faculties or institutes. The subsequent interactive discussion will take place using the sli.do application.

14:00–14:30

Coffee Break

14:30–15:30

Interactive Workshop 2: Fact and Findings from Open Science Roadshow for FAIR DATA

The second part of the interactive workshop will focus on discussing FAIR Data topics of the prepared university strategy. The beginning will be devoted to summarizing the knowledge gathered from the Open Science Roadshow, which took place during the spring months at individual faculties or institutes. The subsequent interactive discussion will take place using the sli.do application.

15:30–16:00

Concluding Remarks

Summary of the outputs of the interactive parts of the whole program and the final word.

Speakers

Šárka Pospíšilová

Vice-Rector for Research and Doctoral Studies at Masaryk University

Šárka Pospíšilová is the Vice-Rector for Research and Doctoral Studies at Masaryk University and at the same time she is engaged in research in the field of genetics and genomics of cancer, especially leukemias. The results of the research were published many times in prestigious international journals and were awarded, for example, the Prizes of the Minister of Health for research, the Prizes of the Board of the Czech Medical Society ČLS JEP or the Prize of the President of the South Moravian Region for research. She is the researcher of a number of national and international research projects and the supervisor of successful doctoral students of Masaryk University. He represents the Czech Republic in the EU initiative "1 Million + Genomes".

Silvia Bottaro

Legal Officer – Open Science, Evropská komise

Silvia Bottaro works as a legal officer for Open Science at the European Commission. Silvia has several years of experience with the European Research Area and participated in setting the conditions for the new Horizon Europe framework program. See LinkedIn for more about their professional activities.

Inge Van Nieuwerburgh

Coordinator of Scholarly Communication, University of Ghent

Inge Van Nieuwerburgh has over 20 years of experience in scientific communication, science support, and Open Science development. Her home university is the Belgian University of Ghent. He has experience in European projects such as CAESAR or expert groups of the European University Association (EUA). Inge is a strong European supporter of Open Science principles. See LinkedIn for more about their activities and other careers.

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