Open science has become a scientific mainstream. A substantial intellectual and financial input has been invested into developing e-infrastructures, services, and tools that enable open science, including open data, open source (code) and open access to publications. Current uptake of these elements in ecology and evolution is slow, yet these fields can greatly benefit from the implementation of already developed tools and services.
The workshops are led by specialists from different biological, life science, and information science disciplines and cover a range of topics: reproducible analysis, data carpentry, archiving and sharing of software and algorithms,the use of available open science tools and services and more. The mini-symposium and workshops are freely admissible and especially the workshops are very well suited for PhD- and postdoctoral researchers.
- 7 December 2017 – mini-symposium
- 8 December 2017 – workshops
- the mini-symposium will take place at the historical Linnaeus Library of the Artis Zoo
- the workshops will take place at the Amsterdam Science Park .
Programme and agenda on-line here.
Support for attendance: up to 400 EUR support grant (travel/accommodation) for early career researchers (master/PhD/Postdoc) to attend the mini-symposium and the workshops.
Applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 17th of Nov 2017, and include:
- name of the applicant
- estimated budget
- short (500 words) statement of interest to attend the event, and the reasons for the lack of other support options