Open science has in a short time gone from being a topic for idealists, to becoming what is expected of today's researchers; it has become "the new normal".
The Research Council of Norway and Horizon Europe are leading the way in this development, by expressing clear expectations and requiring that all aspects of the research they are funding should be as open as possible. These two organizations/programmes are important sources of funding for Norwegian researchers.
In this event, representatives from both the Research Council and Horizon Europe will present the Open science requirements that researchers have to comply with and how to meet them.
Nenitha Charlotte Dagslott is advisor for research infrastructure in the Research Council of Norway, with responsibility for Open Science and Open Research Data. She has previously been a PhD-candidate at the Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience at NTNU.
Emma Lazzeri is Open Science Senior Specialist at GARR, Italy. She is an expert in Open Science strategies, and coordinator of the Italian ICDI Competence Centre in OS, FAIR and European Open Science Cloud (EOSC), as well as member of the EOSC Association Task Force in Upskilling Countries to Engage in EOSC. She is involved in EOSCSecretariat.eu, an EU funded project that supports the EOSC governance and co-creation, and EOSC-Pillar, harmonising national EOSC related policies and infrastructures. Emma holds a PhD in Innovative technology - Telecommunications from Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa, Italy.
There will be an opportunity to ask questions to the speakers. The actual lectures will be recorded, but not the question and answer session.
Date and time: Monday October 25th, 10.00-11.30 CEST
John David Didriksen (UiS) firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda Johnsen (UiS) email@example.com
Kjersti Hasle Enerstvedt (UiB) Kjersti.Enerstvedt@uib.no
Jenny Ostrop (UiB) Jenny.Ostrop@uib.no
Ingrid Heggland (NTNU) firstname.lastname@example.org
As part of this year’s Open Access Week, several Norwegian academic libraries, together with RDA (Research Data Alliance) Norway, present a number of events with topics related to open publishing, open science and data sharing. All events are digital, and are open to anyone interested.