Venue: Main building of Metropolia University of Applied Sciences in Helsinki city centre, Bulevardi 31
Audience: Nordic research policy-oriented stakeholders (22 Nov) and research communities (21 and 23 Nov)
Key Speakers include Jean-Claude Burgelman (Head of Science Policy, Foresight and Data at European Commission), Anita Lehikoinen (Permanent Secretary for the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture) and Sverker Holmgren (Programme Director for the Nordic Council of Ministers eScience Globalisation Initiative, NeGI).
Theme: Open research data
The Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture will organize by its Open Science and Research Initiative (ATT) a Nordic conference on open research data on November 21-23 in Helsinki. The conference consists of main event (on 22nd) and co-organized workshops (on 21st and 23rd). The main event is targeted for policy-oriented stakeholders and the workshops for wider audicence, such as researchers and open science enablers and promoters.
The aim of the event is to bring into discussion the societal impact of research through transparency and openness, sharing and re-use of data and assessment of quality of research. In addition the conference focuses on open science enabling factors including new ways of conducting collaborative research, funding instruments and support services for researchers.
The conference aims to enhance networking of event participants all sharing the same value of promoting open science and research through sharing research data. The conference will offer opportunities to share best practices, ideas and solutions to bring the open science embracing visions into concrete actions from Nordic perspective.
- See more at: http://openscience.fi/forum#sthash.Fz7NGHI3.dpuf