The University of Latvia Science Department, the Library of the University of Latvia and the OpenAIRE NOAD in  Latvia are organizing a workshop “Research infrastructure – Zenodo: international, multidisciplinary, free” for the scientific community of Latvia. It will take place on November 21st, 2019 at the University of Latvia, House of Sciences at 3 Jelgavas Street, Room 201 (University of Latvia campus).

Target audience of this workshop is staff of higher education institutions of Latvia and scientific institutes, researchers, PhD students, research project managers and coordinators, research policy administrative personnel, local repository managers, information specialists and librarians.  

Tim Smith from CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) will present the Zenodo repository,  talk about its benefits and how to use it, as well as on the interoperability of Zenodo with other infrastructures. As it is the first time a  CERN representative visits Latvia, the speaker is invited to give a short introduction on CERN open science research as well. 

 

For more information please visit (in Latvian): https://www.lu.lv/par-mums/lu-mediji/zinas/zina/t/52208/

 

The workshop is financially supported by the EU Research and Innovation Programme “Horizon 2020” (Contract No. 777541).

 

Contact information

 

National Open Access Desk – Latvia (NOAD-Latvia)

e-mail: napd@lu.lv 

 

Gita Rozenberga
OpenAIRE-Advance Latvia project manager
National Open Access Desk-Latvia
e-mail: gita.rozenberga@lu.lv 

Agenda

Where

University of Latvia House of Sciences 3 Jelgavas Street Riga

Full details

Organisers: University of Latvia, Library of University of Latvia, OpenAIRE NOAD Latvia
Language: English

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