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The European and international college

The international context of open science evolves extremely rapidly, especially in Europe where this theme is strongly driven by the European Commission and the Council of Europe.

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The international context of open science evolves extremely rapidly, especially in Europe where this theme is strongly driven by the European Commission and the Council of Europe. A certain number of French actors are present and represented. Sometimes they are active, but globally, we observe an under-representation with respect to the size of France, a lack of coordination between these actors in contrast to other countries, and the absence of formalization of an overall strategy. The problem is similar within the schemas of governance of groups, associations, foundations who intervene at one level or another, sometimes very technically, of the ecosystem of scientific information.

The “Europe and International College was created to respond to these stakes.

A roadmap will be established at the end of 2018. Trials concerning the first systems will be presented after 6 months of 2019.

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  • Strategy
    • To establish a map of the European actors in the subject of Open Science;
    • To establish a structured and prioritized list of the authorities where the representation of experts or the French is needed;
    • To propose to the State in fine a strategy of action at the international level in general and to Europe in particular;
    • To simplify dialogue and consultation between French actors to favour the adoption of National positions on International subjects of Open Science.
  •  The community
    • To map the French actors of Open Science according to their international strategy;
    • To facilitate the functioning of the network of French actors.
  • Analysis and information
    • To establish collective monitoring of field events allowing work to be shared out and avoiding unfortunate oversights (shared schedulingetc.);
    • To share within the group information coming from events and authorities in which the group members participate;
    • To produce notes of analysis, for restricted or public diffusion, destined for the Ministry, universities and research organizations, as well as for other actors involved in the evolution of the international context.
  • Influence
    • To support by all possible means the presence of French experts in open science events and strategic authorities at the European level;
    • To identify key personnel who could act as influential relays at the European and international level (shared address book);
    • To help with the initiatives and stances that are widely shared within the French scientific community to gain international support (for example: the Jussieu Call);
    • To favour the coordination of French players so that the French positions will be known, and could have an international influence.
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photo Pierre Mounier
Deputy director for international, OpenEdition
photo Pierre Mounier
Pierre Mounier
Deputy director for international, OpenEdition

Pierre Mounier is a research engineer at EHESS, and is deputy director for international  OpenEdition as well as teaching at EHESS.

Pierre Mounier is currently the coordinator of the OPERAS, OPERAS-D and HIRMEOS projects. He is a member of the scientific committee of Huma-Num.

photo Julien Roche
University librarian and Director of the libraries and learning centers of the University of Lille
photo Julien Roche
Julien Roche
University librarian and Director of the libraries and learning centers of the University of Lille

Julien Roche is a university librarian and director of the libraries and learning centers of the university of Lille.

Julien Roche has implemented a set of actions for a more open science: setting up an institutional repository connected to HAL, supporting the writing of data management plans (DMP) and their management, from production to conservation.

He has been active internationally, particularly within the Executive Board of LIBER – the Association of European Research Libraries where he served for 8 years and is now Vice-President. As such, Julien Roche is both a witness and an actor of the major national and European developments in Open Science.

Julien Roche also has several national responsibilities, including the vice-presidency of ADBU. Furthermore, he is a member of the ABES Scientific Council and since 2015, HCERES expert. He has been a member of the BSN national working groups on Open Access and scientific publishing.

Members
  • Francis ANDRÉ (CNRS)               
  • Pascal AVENTURIER (IRD)
  • David AYMONIN (Abes)  
  • Serge BAUIN (CNRS)          
  • Gaëlle BEQUET (ISSN)       
  • Christine BERTHAUD (CCSD)      
  • Thierry BOUCHE (Université Grenoble-Alpes)               
  • Danièle BOURCIER (CNRS)          
  • François CAVALIER (Sciences Po)
  • Michael CHELLE (Inra)   
  • André DAZY (Couperin)
  • Marlène DELHAYE (Aix-Marseille Université)
  • Suzanne DUMOUCHEL (Huma-Num)
  • Nathalie FARGIER (ENS Lyon)  
  • Françoise GENOVA (Université de Strasbourg)   
  • Odile HOLOGNE (Inra)
  • Isabelle MAUGER-PEREZ (ABES)
  • Alexis MICHEL
  • Marianne NOËL (IFRIS)
  • Jean-François NOMINE (Inist)  
  • Emmanuel PASCO-VIEL (MESRI)
  • Mathieu SCHNEIDER (Université de Strasbourg)    
  • Herwig WENDT (IRIT)
  • Valérie ZWILLING (ANRT)            
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