Date: 15 - 16 November 2018
Time: Thursday 13.00–17.00, followed by dinner. Friday 09.00–14.00.
Venue: City Conference Center (Folkets Hus), Barnhusgatan 12–14, Stockholm, Sweden
Organisers: The Swedish Research Council in collaboration with NordForsk and the National Library of Sweden
Programme and registration: https://www.delegia.com/nosc2018 (RVSP: 2 November)
In November the Swedish Research Council, in collaboration with NordForsk and the National Library of Sweden, will organise a Nordic Open Science Conference in conjunction with Sweden's Presidency of the Nordic Council of Ministers.
The general purpose of the conference is to provide an opportunity for universities, researchers, policymakers, research councils and other active organisations from the Nordic countries to meet and exchange experiences and ideas relating to open science. The conference will be held in English and is free of charge. Keynote speakers are Jean-Claude Burgelman, responsible for open science and data policies of DG RTD, European Commission, and Ola Rosling, President and Co-Founder of the Gapminder Foundation. On Thursday evening, a dinner will be held at Winterviken – the old factory of Alfred Nobel from 1891.
Because of the purpose of the conference and the number of actors in the research system, we are hoping to get a spread of participants across the Nordic countries and categories of stakeholders. See the conference programme and register by clicking the link below.
Deadline for registration is 2 November.
For #openscience culture change to really take place, we need to focus more on talking to the individual researcher & why should the individual care, Curt Rice, Rector/President, Oslo Metropolitan University @OsloMet #nordicopenscience #OpenScience #öppenvetenskap pic.twitter.com/Vr8eMwC2OS
— Ivo Grigorov (@OAforClimate) November 16, 2018