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Programme: Celebrating openness 17 November 2022

What role does open science play in university education? Which opportunities and challenges do academics at the University of Groningen face when practicing open science both in research and teaching?

Join our event on 17 November 2022 to celebrate the many ways in which academics make their research and teaching more accessible and transparent.

Location: Van Swinderen Huys, Groningen plus livestream

This is a hybrid event; a livestream will be available. You don't have to register for the event if you join online only.


Prof. Kees Aarts
Dean, Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences
Chair of the Steering group of the UG's Open Science Programme


Open by Design: Campus Fryslân's new MSc Voice Technology
Dr Matt Coler
Campus Fryslan




Lightning talks - Inspiring open research case studies from UG researchers

Short presentations of the three case studies that were randomly drawn by the jury as winners of the Open Research Award

  • Dr Ahmad Alsahaf and team (Department of Biomedical Sciences of Cells & Systems, UMCG):
    FAIR data management of a large-scale electron microscopy database for type 1 diabetes
  • Aranka Ballering and team (Department of Psychiatry, UMCG):
    Preregistering qualitative research: our known unknown
  • Julia Doornbos and team (University College Groningen/Faculty of Spatial Sciences):
    The Postcolonial Present: co-creating, sharing and remembering life stories of the Indo-European diaspora


Panel discussion
The role of open science in education and teaching

Moderator: Mira Buist - Zhuk (Academic Information Specialist for Open Education, UB Groningen)

  • Jeroen Bosman (Information specialist Open Science, Utrecht University)
  • Kjelda Glimmerveen (MA student, former student assessor Theology and Religious Studies)
  • Dr Jolien Mouw (Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences; Young Academy Groningen)



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