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B2HE Webinar on Open Science, Science Communication and Citizen Science

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This two half-day event is of particular importance since it will focus on the new structure as well as the main changes expected

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The training is divided into two half days, taking place May 18 and 20 in the afternoon and will give an overview of the concepts of Open Science, Science Communication and Citizen Science, and how they relate to each other. Furthermore, the training will give insights on how the concepts are to be implemented in Horizon Europe projects and what resources can be used. The theoretic parts will be underlined by esteemed speakers from the European Commission as well as from Horizon 2020 projects sharing their first-hand experience.

Please see the agenda below for details.

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Newly appointed and experienced NCPs interested in the concepts of Open Science, Science Communication and Citizen Science. We will go through the basics, but will top up with first-hand experience and advice from excellent projects.

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Please see attached agenda for details.

Webinar link will be ready in the next days

The event organiser will send you a registration link to join the webinar before the event. For any questions regarding this event please contact:

Nadine Schweizer: nadine.schweizer@vinnova.se

Gwendolyn Schaeken: gwendolyn.schaeken@vinnova.se

Liane Lewerentz: liane.lewerentz@dlr.de

Matteo Di Rosa: dirosa@apre.it

Agenda Open science, Science communication and Citizen Science

Day 1, May 18: Open science and Science communication

13:00 Welcome

13.15 Session 1:

The open science policy

  • Dr. Michela Bertero, Head of International and Scientific Affairs, Centre for Genomic Regulation
  • Dr. Emma Lazzeri, OpenAIRE NOAD, RDA Italian Node responsible
  • Dr. Paola Masuzzo, data scientist and Independent Researcher at IGDORE

14:00 Session 2:

Publishing and patenting under open science

  • Michele Dubbini, European IP Helpdesk

Utilization of results under Horizon Europe

  • Georgios Lysandrides, Horizon Results Platform

EOSC - The European Open Science Cloud

  • Sarah Jones, EOSC manager at Géant

15:10 Session 3:

Communicating science to expert and non-expert audiences

  • Dr. Izabela Rottmann, project manager at RadioNet, Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy
  • Prof. Michael Kramer, BLACKHOLECAM, Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy
  • Dr. Judith Schulte, OPERAS Communications officer

16:15 Summary and outlook

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Day 2, May 20: Science communication and Citizen Science

13:00 Welcome

13:10 Session 1:

Communicating science to a non-expert audience creatively, effectively and purposefully

  • Maria Hagardt, International Relations & Communications Manager, Vetenskap & Allmänhet

The value and importance of Citizen Science in Horizon Europe

  • Linden Farrer, Policy Officer at DG Research & Innovation - Open Science, European Commission

The concept of citizen science

  • Prof. Muki Haklay, University College London and co-director of the UCL Extreme Citizen Science group

14:25 Session 2:

Conducting citizen science

best practice examples from Vetenskap & Allmänhet

  • Maria Hagardt, International Relations & Communications Manager, Vetenskap & Allmänhet

15:30 Session 3:

Horizon Europe specifics on science communication and citizen science regarding topic writings and legal aspects

16:00 Summary and closing

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