Open Science Pathways in the Earth, Space, and Life Sciences


Online event via Zoom

Open Science Pathways in the Earth, Space, and Life Sciences

May 9 @ 12:00 17:00 CEST

SciLifeLab Data Centre and the American Geophysical Union (AGU) invite you to a half-day event on May 9th 2022 focusing on Open Science and Reproducibility.

Time: 12:00-17:00
Format: Zoom Webinar will be recorded.

This event will feature a number of speakers all addressing these themes on Open Science from various perspectives on a national and international level:

  • The Path to Open, Reproducible Science – Stories from the Research Community
  • How to Open Science – Practical Use Cases, Lessons Learned from the Research Community
  • Open Science from a Broader Context – What Open Science Means from the National and International Perspectives
SpeakerTitleTime in CEST
Johan Rung- SciLifeLab-Data CentreIntroduction12:00
Shelly Stall- American Geophysical UnionYour Journey Towards Open Science12:10-12:35
Sara El-Gebali- SciLifeLab-Data CentreThe road beyond open12:40-13:05
Fredrik Ronquist- Swedish Museum of Natural History, SciLifeLabFAIR and Open Science in the biodiversity research community13:25-13:50
David Diez del Molino- Swedish Museum of Natural HistoryGenome Erosion Pipeline13:55-14:20
Yuhan Douglas Rao- Cooperative Institute for Satellite and Earth System Studies / NC State University“If It Ain’t Broke, Why Fix it?” – Open Science Lessons Learned in the Field14:25-14:50
Daniel Bangert- Digital Repository of Ireland, Royal Irish AcademyIreland’s national agenda for open research15:10-15:35
Christine Kirkpatrick- SDSC: San Diego SuperComputing CenterAn Open Science Future: National and International Perspectives15:40-16:05
Chelle Gentemann- NASAOpening up to Open Science16:10-16:35
Shelley StallClosing Remarks16:40-17:00

Last updated: 2022-05-09

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