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University of Groningen Library

Symposium on open science research practices

When:Tu 22-10-2019
Where:Van Swinderen Huys, Groningen

Let's talk about ... open science research practices

Join our symposium on open science research practices, such as pre-registration, replication studies and reuse of research data, on 22 October.

Keynote speakers will be Dr. Rachael Ainsworth, Research Associate in astrophysics at the University of Manchester and Open Science Champion for the Interferometry Centre of Excellence, and Dr. Anita Eerland, assistant professor of Language and Communication at Utrecht University and co-founder of the Open Science Community Utrecht.

With contributions from Prof. Sjoerd Beugelsdijk, Dr. Chiara Lisciandra, Maurits Masselink, Dr. Vera Heininga (all Groningen) and the Open Science Community Groningen (OSCG).

symposium
Programme

13.30

Registration, coffee

14.00

Welcome

Opening
Giulia Trentacosti, University of Groningen Library

14.10

Keynote
Reproducibility and open science
Dr. Rachael Ainsworth, University of Manchester

14.50

Keynote
How can an Open Science Community facilitate open science practices?
Dr. Anita Eerland, Utrecht University

15.30

Coffee

16.00

Open access and research transparency: Perspective of an editor
Professor Sjoerd Beugelsdijk , University of Groningen

16.15

Open science and knowledge transfer
Dr. Chiara Lisciandra, University of Groningen

16.30

Moving from questionable to open science practices: The importance of incorporating open science into research practices
Maurits Masselink, University Medical Center Groningen

16.45

Inauguration of the Open Science Community Groningen
Dr. Vera Heininga, University of Groningen

17.00

Reception
Drinks offered by the Open Science Community Groningen

18.00

Closing

More information
  • If you wish to attend the conference, please register.
  • Tuesday 22 October 2019, 13.30 - 18.00
  • Van Swinderen Huys, Groningen

This event is organized by the University of Groningen Library and the Central Medical Library in cooperation with the Open Science Community Groningen.

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