Symposium desiging open science

Symposium Designing and shaping open science

Symposium Designing and shaping open science

Along with Erasmus University Rotterdam, University of Groningen, Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, and the National Research Data Management Coordination Point, SURFacademy organizes a symposium about open science on Tuesday, April 5th, 2016. The symposium is part of the NL EU Presidency Open Science Conference.

Date             05 Apr 2016

Time            10:00-17:30

Location    Hotel Casa400, Eerste Ringdijkstraat 4, 1097 BC Amsterdam

Costs           Free

Prior knowledge needed? Yes

Meeting type Seminar

Meer informatie en mogelijkheid tot inschrijving vindt u op: https://www.surf.nl/en/agenda/2016/04/symposium-designing-and-shaping-open-science/index.html

The benefits of open science have been and recognized. Now is the time for action. During the symposium, we will analyse the initial findings regarding the EU Open Data Pilot and consider the practical barriers to open science in the context of privacy by design. We will listen to the lessons learned from current research practices regarding responsible use of research data and securing privacy aspects. Together we will discuss and define the Open Science Action Program.

Locations

Programme

10:00   Opening
10:15   First findings on the European Open Data pilot

Celina Ramjoué, Head of Sector – Open access to scientific publications and data, Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content & Technology (CONNECT) European Commission
10:45   Designing and Shaping Data Driven Open Science: Privacy by Design

  • Marlon Domingus (Erasmus University Rotterdam, lead of team Legal aspects and ownership of the National Coordination Point): Towards Privacy by Design
  • Jeanne Mifsud Bonnici (University Of Groningen): Privacy by Design in Action
  • Gabriela Bodea (TNO): Privacy by Design Standards and Services
    12:00   Lunch
    13:15   Text & Data Mining: Barriers, Paths and Passable Roads

Lucie Guibault (University of Amsterdam)
14:00   Open Science: Action Program
First Draft Action Program by Esther Hoorn (University of Groningen) and Marlon Domingus Erasmus University Rotterdam)

Setting: World Cafe
Hosted by the National Research Data Management Coordination Point.

  • Barend Mons (Leiden University Medical Centre, chair of the High Level Expert Group on the European Open Science Cloud)
  • Ingeborg Verheul (SURF, National Research Data Management Coordination Point)
  • Annemiek van der Kuil (Delft University of Technology)
    15:00   Presenting the Symposium Action Program and Recommendations to the Open Science Presidency Conference

[venue: The National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam]
15:00   The National Open Science Agenda
Translating the Action Program to the national agendas. Prioritising Actions and Creating Partnerships.

  • Ingeborg Verheul (SURF, National Research Data Management Coordination Point)
  • Annemiek van der Kuil (Delft University of Technology)
    15:45   World première of the musical composition “Open” the musical Leitmotiv of Open Science – composed and performed by Michiel Borstlap
    16:00   Drinks

For whom?

We welcome anyone who seeks practical steps for implementing open science and privacy by design for academia, industry and society. You will benefit most if you can relate the topics to your personal experiences with responsibly sharing and/or securing research data.

Since the symposium is largely focused on ensuring privacy, it is only appropriate that you are informed of the following before attending the event.When you attend the symposium, you enter an area where pictures will be taken and recordings (audio / video) will be made, for the purpose of dissemination of the findings derived at the symposium. By entering the symposium premises, you consent to these recordings taking place and its/their release, publication, or reproduction.

The Netherlands EU Presidency 2016

The symposium Designing and shaping open science is part of the NL EU Presidency Open Science Conference.

National Research Data Management Coordination Point

More for information about the National Research Data Management Coordination Point : www.lcrdm.nl