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Why open science is the future

A Cloud Consultation Group meeting


In this meeting, the group will make the case for open science, illustrated by use cases and case studies, spanning academia, start-ups and enterprises, explaining why public sector and private sector researchers should support open science by providing concrete evidence of disciplinary breakthroughs that have been fuelled by FAIR data.

Programme
Programme

11.00 Registration

11.30

Introduction

Update from Andreas Veispak, Head of Unit, eInfrastructure and Science Cloud, DG CNECT, European Commission and Athanasios Karalopoulos, Policy Officer - EOSC, DG RTD, European Commission

Defining open science - how open does scientific research need to be? Where do we draw the lines?

Progress to date – how far has open science advanced in Europe and elsewhere? Is Europe a trail-blazer or a laggard?

How much impact will the EOSC have on open science? Will change be incremental or will it open the flood gates?

13.00 Lunch

13.40 Case studies/use cases

• Examples of open science in action that illustrate the benefits for research infrastructures

• Examples of open science in action that illustrate the benefits for academia

• Examples of open science in action that illustrate the small companies

• Examples of open science in action that illustrate the benefits for enterprises

14.45 Conclusions and AOB

15.00 Close

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Why open science is the future, 14 June 2019, Brussels

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