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Marco Bieri (SNSF)

Using lotteries to allocate research funding: Perspectives from Switzerland

Date:09 September 2021
Author:Giulia Trentacosti
The Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) employs random selection in grant decisions. Dr. Marco Bieri from the SNSF explains the rationale behind this and reflects on the experiences so far.
The Faculty or Behavioural and Social Sciences

Open science practices in different disciplines - An interview with Prof. Peter de Jonge and Prof. Casper Albers, Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences

Date:09 September 2021
Author:Vera Heininga
The university of Groningen sees open science as one of its priorities of the next five years. But what exactly is the status of open science at the different UG Faculties? In this edition: the Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences.
Asst. Prof. Vass Verkhodanova with students in her Speech Sounds course in the MSc. Voice Technology

Open by Design: Campus Fryslân's new MSc Voice Technology

Date:08 September 2021
Author:Giulia Trentacosti
The newly established MSc programme in Voice Technology at Campus Fryslân is not only unique because of its cutting-edge and interdisciplinary approach of speech technologies, but also because it integrates open science practices in its curriculum.
Alma Erenstein, Funding Officer at the Faculty of Law

An interview with Alma Erenstein, Funding Officer (Faculty of Law)

Date:12 April 2021
Author:Giulia Trentacosti
Alma Erenstein works as a Funding Officer at the Faculty of Law. In her role she supports and advises researchers who are preparing funding applications. We asked her about her role as a funding officer how developments in the field of open science affect the grant application process. 
Rose Harris-Birtill

An interview with Dr Rose Harris-Birtill from the Open Library of Humanities

Date:06 April 2020
Dr Rose Harris-Birtill serves as Managing Editor across the Open Library of Humanities platform of 28 Open Access scholarly journals, and Editor of its flagship journal OLH, based at Birkbeck, University of London. In this interview, she discusses the benefits and challenges of open access publishing in the humanities and describes the publishing model of the Open Library of the Humanities.
Ineke Wessel

Open science can enhance research quality and collaboration

Date:10 February 2020
Author:Giulia Trentacosti
“Whenever I make something open – be it my data or methodology – I am always a bit nervous before I click the button." Interview with Dr Ineke Wessel, associate professor in Experimental Psychopathology at the Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences.
Canan Çakirlar

Open science means inclusivity

Date:11 June 2019
Author:Giulia Trentacosti
We interviewed Dr Canan Çakirlar, assistant professor of Zooarcheology at the Faculty of Arts. Canan explains what open science means in archaeology and what the benefits of adopting open research practices are in her field.
Marian Joëls

Openness benefits our research and society

Date:19 February 2019
Author:Giulia Trentacosti
Marian Joëls, Professor of Neurosciences and Dean and board member of the UMCG, discusses her take on open science, research evaluation and her vision for the future of the UMCG.
Martijn Wieling

How can universities support open science?

Date:17 October 2018
Author:Giulia Trentacosti
Martijn Wieling, Associate Professor of Computational Linguistics and Vice-chairman of the Dutch Young Academy, talks about why he thinks open access, open data and open source are the way forward in academic research.
Casper Albers

Open peer review. An interview with Casper Albers

Date:28 March 2018
Casper Albers, Associate Professor of Statistics at the Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences, published an article in PeerJ and chose to make the accompanying review history public. We asked him some questions about (open) peer review.
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