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Would you like to know more about open science and data management? The University of Helsinki organizes an Open Access Workshop on Tuesday 20th October. The workshop gives an opportunity for young researchers to get to know more about data management and green open access. You’ll also have an opportunity to consult an international data service team.
The workshop is a part of an International Open Access week whose aim is to promote unrestricted access to academic publishing.
Open science belongs to everyone
The Open Science Workshop day begins with six presentations on open science. Speakers include specialists from CSC, and Lars Holm Nielsen, who is a software engineer at CERN and developer of Zenodo, an innovative research data management service. Ivo Grigorov from Denmark will speak on the effects of Horizon 2020 on Open Science.
After the presentations there will be several different workshops with topics such as how to make a data management plan, research data and open access, how to find the most suitable data repository and describing and sharing research data.
The Open Science Workshop will be held at the University of Helsinki learning environment Minerva Plaza at Siltavuorenpenger 5 A. The event starts at 10 am and is in English.
The workshop is fully booked at the moment, but you can ask about cancellations by e-mail email@example.com
Presentation materials can be found here after the workshop:
Supported by: EU FOSTER project