FOSTER and NCP Academy (the project in a nutshell) organise a series of webinars on topics of relevance to National Contact Points supporting Horizon2020 applicants across the European Research Area (ERA).
Using @NCP_Academy Training Plan to deliver NCP training https://t.co/YK1tATiIUo @DigitalAgendaEU @NCP_Brussels pic.twitter.com/0TgEGbD9Nq
— Foster Open Science (@fosterscience) October 21, 2015
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN HERE
Dates: Webinars will take place at 11-12hr Central EU Time, on the following Fridays: 29th April, 6, 13, 20 and 27 May 2016 (further events will be fixed on demand by the NCP Academy attendees). Access: Webinars will be freely available (test your system prior to webinar here.). Recording will be posted after each event. Visit this page for updates and new topics added to the series!
Learning Objectives: The training webinars content is structured around FOSTER Open Science Learning Objectives for funders http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.15603. NCPs are introduced to why and how Open Science can optimize impact and how to support Horizon 2020 applicants.
My #ESOF16 speech on #openscience #opendata #research #integrity and #citizenscience https://t.co/xhNw8eOQYc pic.twitter.com/P784RBONis
— Carlos Moedas (@Moedas) July 25, 2016
Preliminary priority topics include:
29 Apr, 11-12 CET: Understanding Open Access & how does it fit into EC’s “Open Science, Open Innovation, Open to the World” and RRI Agendas?
SPEAKER: Ivo Grigorov, Technical University of Denmark Video Recording; SlideShare Presentation here
6 May, 11-12 CET: Technical issues: Compliant repositories for institutions, How to maintain a compliant repository? joint FOSTER-OpenAIRE webinar
SPEAKER: Pedro Principe, Un Minho & OpenAIRE2020
SPEAKER: Jochen Schirrwagen, University of Bielefeld & OpenAIRE2020 Video recording, SlideShare Presentation here.
13th May, 11-12 CET: Horizon 2020 Open Access Mandate context & compliance The one hour Q&A webinar is the culmination of an online e-learning course on Horizon 2020 Open Access Mandate, running 6-13 May. NCPs are welcome to take part in the Q&A webinar only, or sit the e-course. Video Recording.
20 May, 11-12 CET: Good practices: What is the Open Data Pilot? What is required from signatories? SPEAKER: Joy Davidson, Digital Curation Center, UK Video Recording.
27 May, 11-12 CET: What makes a good Open Access Policy for Funding Agencies? SPEAKER: PASTEUR4OA Partners Dave Ball & Iryna Kuchma. The one hour Q&A webinar is the culmination of an online e-learning course on Designing Successful Open Access and Open Data Policies, running 20-27th May. NCPs are welcome to take part in the Q&A webinar only, or sit the e-course. Video Recording.
POSTPONED, NEW DATE TO BE CONFIRMED !!! : Economic issues: Costs, benefits, time costs, eligibility of expenses, Hybrid Journals, and “double dipping”? SPEAKER: Ivo Grigorov, Technical University of Denmark SPEAKER: Gwen Franck, eIFL
Commissioner @Moedas supports #openaccess and so do we! http://t.co/ZXugz6SQ1y pic.twitter.com/wiWS06CJAk
— Digital for Science (@ICTscienceEU) October 15, 2015
29th April 2016 15 participants (3 male, 12 female) would like to remain anonymous;
Ainara Ripa-Centeno, INTA- Spanish National Institute for Aerospace Technology
Almudena Agüero, Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness
Ana Tardon, CIEMAT Andreas Jonke, FFG
Andres Martinez-Estevez, SOST-CDTI Anne overgaard joergensen, Dasti
Armand Nachef, CEA
Astrid Flandorfer, FFG
Bastien Pincanon, UPEM BRUYERE Mathilde, INSAVALOR
Bunyamin Seyidov, Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences
Camille Le Borgne, NCP Brussels @ impulse.brussels
Carmen HORMIGO, Spanis National Research Council
CARMEN ZEQUES, Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-En-Yvelines
Clément Evroux, French Ministery for Higher Education and Research
Dominik Klinkenberg, DLR Project Management Agency
Elena Sultana, Malta Council for Science & Technology
Esther Rodriguez, FECYT
Géraud Guilloud, NCP Wallonie
Gloria Villar Acevedo, ISCIII
Juan Carlos García, CDTI
Krisztina Hollósi, National Research, Development and Innovation Office for Hungary
Lieke Michiels van Kessenich, RVO
Liisa Ewart Turun yliopåisto , University of Turku
Lydia González, CDTI
Marie Horniecká, Technology Centre ASCR
Marine Melkonyan, National University of Science and Technology MISIS
Melanie Buescher, DASTI
Michael Ryan, Science Foundation Ireland
Michalis Tzatzanis, FFG
Nicolas Ojeda, European Office - FECYT/MINECO Nina Braun, DLR
Pilar González, CDTI Rafael GARCIA-VILLAR, INRA, H2020 BIO-NCP, France
René Siffrin, NCP Research Infrastructures - German Aerospace Center
Sandra Fernandes, GPPQ - Gabinete para a Promoção do Programa Quadro de I&I
Sandrine Schott, Université de Strasbourg
Sarah Sawyer, Protisvalor Méditérranée
Vladimir Cid-Bourié, CDTI - SOST (Spanish Office for Science & Technology)
Ylva Huber, FFG
Anne Overgaard Jorgensen, DASTI, EUROCENTER