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Open Science International Staff Week at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

  • Fechas:

    Del 06/11/19 al 08/11/19

  • Lugar:

    Edificio Carmen Martín Gaite, Getafe, Getafe, España (mapa)

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It is our pleasure to invite you to the Open Science International Staff Week at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, that will be held in Getafe Campus from 6th to 8th November, 2019.
 
Our Staff Week is a three-day international training and networking event that aims to strengthen collaboration with other universities interested and working in Open Science
 
With different activities, such as round tables, workshops and lectures, we will share good practices, ideas for implementation and Universities’ experiences under the eight priorities identified in the European Open Science Agenda:  
  • Rewards and Incentives
  • Research Indicators and Next-Generation Metrics
  • Future of Scholarly Communication
  • European Open Science Cloud (EOSC)
  • FAIR Data
  • Research Integrity
  • Skills and Education
  • Citizen Science
The working language will be English for all activities.
 
Accommodation and travel expenses are not covered. Coffees, lunches and one dinner are included.
 
 We are looking forward to welcoming you next November in Madrid!
 
The capacity is limited to 30 participants.
 

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OPEN SCIENCE STAFF WEEK PROGRAMME

VENUE: ROOM 18.0.B.14

#StaffWeekUC3M #OpenScience

Day 1. Wednesday 6th November

13:30 Registration and Lunch

14:30 Welcome 

Matilde Sánchez Fernández. Vice President for Internationalization and European University

14.45 Keynote speech: Cultural change and European policies to promote Open Science in Universities

Alea López de San Román. Policy Officer at the European Commission. Directorate for Research and Innovation. Open Science Unit

Open science in YERUN Universities 

Silvia Gómez Recio. Secretary General. YERUN (Young Research University Network) 

Monique Ritchie. YERUN co-chair of the Open Science Working Group. Scholarly Communications manager at Brunel University London

15:30 Coffee Break.

16:00 Open Science at UC3M                   

Belén Fernández del Pino – Responsible for Research Support of the UC3M-Library

16:30 Good practices in the Community of Madrid. Collaboration to strength Open Science alliances among Universities: the case of Madroño Consortium 

Rebeca Marín del Campo. E-archivo Repository manager.  University Library. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

17:30 Shuttle buses

18:00 - 21:00 Mediterranean Cuisine. Workshop-Cusine

Day 2. Thursday 7th November

9:30 Keynote speech: Implementing Open Science from the European Perspective

Eva Méndez. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. Chair of the European Open Science Policy Platform 

10:15-10:45 PANEL: Engagement in Open Science Experiences

Moderator: Eva Méndez. Deputy Vice-president for Research Policies. Universidad Universidad Carlos III de Madrid / YERUN

Open Science MicroMOOC

Gema Santos Hermosa. Library of the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya

 

Tor Vergata’s Roadmap to Open Science 

Paola Coppola. Library director of the University Library of Economics

Carla Montesano. Assistant Professor of General Pathology and Immunology

Donatellla Gavrilovich. Associate Professor of History of Theatre and Digital Technologies

10:45-11:15 Coffee break

11:15-12:00 PRACTICAL SESSION: How to prepare an Escape Room in Open Science Katrine Sundsbo. Research Support. Library Services University of Essex 

12:00-13:30 PANEL: Spaces and approaches for Citizen Science 

Moderator: Anxo Sánchez. Professor of Mathematics. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. UniOS

The interest of science shops for universities: The case of UC3M-INAECU science shop Elias Sanz – Research Institute for Higher Education and Science (INAECU) Director. SciShops Project

MarkerSpaceUC3M: a place to start Citizen Science

Teresa Malo de Molina – Head of the Library. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. 

Citizen Science in Public Libraries: an experience within the Linguistics

Nava Maroto. Linguistics applied to Science and Technology. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid 

GRECO: The power of Citizen Science for making engineering innovations

Ana Belén Cristobal. Institut for Solar Energy. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. GRECO Project

13:30-14:00 Stop- UC3M Healthy University: stretching exercise

14:00 Networking lunch

15:00-15:45 Keynote speech: Plan S: the road ahead

Johan Rooryck. Plan S Champion. Leiden University

15:45 – 16:30 PANEL: What is the future of plan S 

Moderator: Teresa Malo de Molina. Head of the University Library. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Johan Rooryck. Plan S Champion. Leiden University

Monique Ritchie. Associate Head of Scholarly Communications and Rights. Brunel University London. Co-Chair Open Science WG YERUN

Lluis Anglada. Open Science Director. Consorci de Serveis Universitaris de Catalunya

Agnès Ponsati. Spanish National Research Council (CSIC). Director. Scientific Information Resources for Research. 

16:30 Visit to the University Library. UC3M

17:30 Shuttle buses

18:00 - 20:00 Cultural Tour: Madrid Rio Park and Matadero  

 

Day 3. Friday 8th November

9:30 Open mind workshop: Policies and practices to promote Open Science in Universities: Breakout session and discussion. Facilitators: 

Belén Fernández del Pino. Responsible for Research Support. University Library. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Eva Méndez. Deputy Vice-president for Research Policies. Universidad Universidad Carlos III de Madrid / YERUN.

11:30 Coffee Break

12:00 Open mind workshop: Policies and practices to promote Open Science in Universities: Conclusions from the groups   

13:00 Final Notes and Farewell                     

Juan José Vaquero. Vice-president for Research Policies. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

 

13:30 Guided visit trough Getafe Campus. Pedro Castañeda, Director of office of Energy, development and environment of UC3M

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