To support the announcement of the Marie Curie Individual Fellowships call, MCAA, EuroScientist and Horizon 2020 FOSTER+ are following up on the recent “Responsible Research & Innovation Check-Up” webinar with the Open Science CLINIQUE.
The webinar will deal with the main question: Can Open Science make Marie Curie grant proposal more competitive, boost societal impact, and c ompliment fellows soft-skills on knowledge management, knowledge transfer and public engagement?
Open Science is a key policy priority for the European Commission and Horizon 2020, and a pillar of Responsible Research & Innovation.
The webinar content is designed for Marie Curie applicants and Research Support staff assisting Horizon 2020 applicants. Full programme is announced on EventBrite Registration site and below.
Full slides and recording available below.
Programme & Speakers:
Open Science from a young researchers perspective
Speaker: Jon Tennant, Palaeontologist (Video Recroding)
Bio: Jon Tennant is a Palaeontologist who completed his award-winning PhD at Imperial College London where he researched evolutionary patterns in animals like dinosaurs and crocodiles. For 2 years, he was the Communications Director for ScienceOpen, and has given dozens of talks, webinars and workshops about all things open science around the world. He is the founder of the Open Science MOOC, the digital publishing platform paleorXiv, and currently works as a PLOS Paleo Community Editor. He is also a freelance science writer and consultant, Executive Editor for the OA journal Geoscience Communication, author of the kids’ dinosaur book Excavate Dinosaurs (and World of Dinosaurs, due late 2018), and can be found on Twitter at @Protohedgehog. Or in the pub.
Why will Open Science matter for career & tenure?
Speaker: Gareth O’Neill, President of EURODOC (Video Recording)
Bio: Gareth O'Neill is a doctoral candidate in linguistics at Leiden University and is president of the European Council of Doctoral Candidates and Junior Researchers, EURODOC. He is interested in science policy for researchers and in improving the broad implementation and skills training of Open Science across Europe. Gareth was actively involved in the Dutch National Plan for Open Science, is an expert on Open Science for the European Commission, and is a member of the H2020 Advisory Group on Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions at the European Commission. He appreciates decent pints of Guinness and sailing in traditional Galway Hookers.
How to win grants with Open Science?
Speaker: Ivo Grigorov, Grant Support (Video Recording: due to technical issue, we advise you to use the SlideShare stack above instead)
Bio: Ivo Grigorov holds a PhD in Marine Science, currently managing a portfolio of marine research projects at Denmark`s Technical University (DTU). He advocates for applying Ocean Literacy and Open Science principles to marine & climate research, for both individual career benefit as well as institutional visibility and impact. IG runs the Open Science CLINIQUE for young researchers and Horizon 2020 National Contact Points (NCP) as part of H2020 FOSTER+ Project.
This is a free online event. Updates with the access link will be sent to the registered attendees before the event.