Open Science Days 2020

Meeting

The Max Planck Digital Library (MPDL) cordially invites you to participate in the Open Science Days 2020.

The event will take place at the Harnack House in Berlin and is going to extend over one and a half days (March 02/03).
For this event, we have decided to broaden our view on the world of research and to examine the relationship between Open Science and Good Scientific Practice.

What does that mean?

When looking at the different areas of Open Science in the past years, we were often confronted with the question on where and how the growing significance of Open Science does affect reality of a daily research routine within the various disciplines. Or: how it should be affected?

This is the key question we would like to shed light on during the conference.

A number of challenges for academic everyday life are reflected by the principles of Good Scientific Practice.

Major changes within the complex system of research routine and publication workflows are caused not least by elements of Open Science turning into reality.

This applies in particular to the fields of Open Access, Open Research Data and Open Research Software, which have been at the center of attention for quite some time now.

 

The conference language will be English and the participation fee is 100 €.

Date and Hour
02 March 2020 03 March 2020
Venue
Harnack House
Berlin, Germany

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