With the start of the EU's Horizon Europe, opens an external URL in a new window funding programme, Open Science is a prerequisite for successful applications. But other funding bodies also increase their funding when projects use Open Science methods. Science should be open, data should be accessible and the public should be involved. Although Open Science is gaining more importance than ever, the definition and the methods that are counted as such are often unclear.
In the webinar “How to win grants with Open Science?”, the most important aspects of Open Science will be presented by experts, among them the TU Wien Center for Research Data Management, and the definitions of the different Open Science elements of the European Commission will be explained. This introduction is intended to provide applicants and National Contact Points with a foundation for implementing or advising on Open Science methods.
- Michalis Tzatzanis (FFG): The European Commission's Understanding of Open Science
- Vanessa Hannesschläger (DLA Marbach): Conceptual definitions of Open Science
- Marion Poetz (Copenhagen Business School): Impact and Benefits of Openness and Collaboration in Science
- Barbara Sánchez Solís (Technische Universität Wien): Research Data Management, Data Management Plans and Open Data
- Daniel Dörler and Florian Heigl (Universität für Bodenkultur Wien): Citizen Science
Time and place
- Friday, 10.12.2021, 13:00-16:00, online (Zoom)
- Language of event is Englisch
The event is organised in the framework of the Wissenstransferzentrum Ost, opens an external URL in a new window (Knowledge Transfer Centre East) (funded by AWS , opens an external URL in a new windowfrom funds of the Nationalstiftung für Forschung, Technologie und Entwicklung, opens an external URL in a new window (Österreich-Fonds, opens an external URL in a new window) in cooperation with the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG), opens an external URL in a new window (funded by the Federal Ministry for Digital and Economic Affairs, opens an external URL in a new window and the Federal Ministry for Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology, opens an external URL in a new window) and in the framework of the NCP-IP , opens an external URL in a new window(National Contact Point for Knowledge Transfer and Intellectual Property).
Center for Research Data Management
Favoritenstraße 16 (top floor), 1040 Vienna