European Interactive Seminar Open Science for Higher Education and Research Institutions
|English||25.11.2019 - 26.11.2019||This event will take place in a 4-Star hotel in Berlin.||1.278,- € * until 16.08.2019 * all prices are VAT excluded|
|Date:||25.11.2019 - 26.11.2019|
|Location:||This event will take place in a 4-Star hotel in Berlin.|
|Price:||1.278,- € * until 16.08.2019 * all prices are VAT excluded|
Enabling Open Science
It is vital for research to be publicly funded in order to contribute to the community as a whole. An innovative, open model is needed to make research results as widely available as possible. Yet, establishing open science practices as a natural component of daily scientific working routines is still a challenge for all stakeholders. Concurrently, a number of reservations such as patent law and differences between national and international guidelines have to be considered as well.
- What is 100% open access in 2020?
- What are the requirements for Universities and Research Instittutions to make open access publications?
- How to widen European and Worldwide support?
- What is the role of non-disclosure agreements in open science?
- How to make research data optimally suited for reuse?
- How can the Standard Evolution Protocol (SEP) promote the transition to open science?
- How can open science earn its place in the evaluation of researchers and research proposals?
Directors, Heads of Departments and Units, Managers, Officers and other members of staff responsible for science and research at:
- Higher Education Institutes (HEIs)
- Research Institutes
- University Hospitals
- University Library
- Science Centres and Clusters
From the following departments:
- Open Science Coordination
- Communication, Marketing, Press, Public Relation Offices
- Research and Science Department, Sciences Support Office
- Centre for Science and Data
- Research Communication and Research Development
- Public Engagement Office
- Funding Bodies and Ministries responsible for Higher Education and Research Institutions