Program

Session 1

Open Science: the new paradigm for your research

20 May 2021

11:00 to 12:30:

  • You & Open Science: Icebreaking 
  • What is Open Science (Open Science, Open Knowledge, Open Research, Open Scholarship)
  • Why Open Science and How to make it happen
  • Challenges, evolution and current policies for Open Science (declarations, initiatives and the rules of the game)
  • Main actions, documents and policies in Europe and world-wide
  • Resources to practice Open Science: Open Science Passport, Open Science MOOC, etc.  
  • Open Science policies @uc3m: you are part of our journey
  • Initiatives for Early Career Researchers regarding Open Science: MC association, EURODOC, RDA, etc.

Speaker: 

  • Eva Méndez. Deputy Vice president for Research Policy. Open Science. UC3M 

12:30-13:00   Break: prepare your Coffee (or lunch) to listen to today’s distinguished speaker.

13:00 to 14:00   Open Science Café: Open Science in the new ERA (European Research Area) and Horizon Europe. Dr. Kostas Glinos. Head of Unit for Open Science. European Commission. 

Session 2

Open Access publications

27 May 2021

11:00 to 12:30:

  • Open Access routes: gold, green, diamond, etc.
  • Versions of your paper: version of the author (preprint/postprint), VoR, etc. and how to know the right version to share (Sherpa/Romeo)
  • Preprints and Open Peer Review
  • Repositories: types and use.  
  • Social networks for scientists. Repositories vs. Social Scientific Networks (ex. ResearchGate)
  • Predatory publishers/journals: How to identify them 
  • How to choose an Open Science Journal: criteria, resources and practical guidance
  • PlanS, cOAlitionS and transition: transformative agreements and Rights Retention Strategy (RRS)
Speaker:

  • Tony Hernández-Pérez. Vice Dean, Bsc Information and Digital Content Management (UC3M) 

12:30-13:00   Break: prepare your Coffee (or lunch) to listen to today’s distinguished speaker.

13:00 to 14:00   Open Science Cafés: Practicing Open Science from OpenAire perspective. Iryna Kuchma. Open Access Programme Manager for EIFL.

Session 3

Planning your responsible research in the Open

3 June 2021

11:00 to 12:00

  • How to become an Open Responsible Scientist
  • Open Research Cycle
  • Searching and using freely available resources
  • Open Science Tools and collaborative research
  • Planning YOUR STRATEGY to Open Science: You, Your thesis, Your publications, Your data (sharing), your other research outcomes
  • Reproducibility and replicability. Working in a reproducible way
  • Diversity, ethics and other research standards

12:00 to 12:30:    Experience of an Open Science Early Career Researcher: Giulia Malaguarnera. President of Eurodoc.

Speakers:

  • Eva Méndez. Deputy Vice president for Research Policy. Open Science. UC3M
  • Giulia Malaguarnera. President of Eurodoc 2020-2021. R&D Manager at Cherry Biotech|Visiting Scientist at the Institut Curie (MSCA-Individual Fellow, Horizon 2020)

12:30-13:00   Break: prepare your Coffee (or lunch) to listen to today’s distinguished speaker.

13:00 to 14:00    Open Science Cafés: PlanS: what does it mean for researchers? Dr. Sabina Leoneli. University of Exeter. ERC consolidator. PlanS ambassador.

Session 4

Disseminating your research: Open and FAIR data

10 June 2021

11:00 to 12:00

  • Open Data vs FAIR data
  • FAIR data principles: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable
  • Data Management Plans (DMP) and outcome management plans.
  • How to create a DMP: Tools and standards
  • The principle “as open as possible, as closed as necessary”
  • Regulation around data/open data, further than research data: GDPR, EU directive on Open Data (1024/2021)
  • Licensing FAIR data for Reuse
  • Data repositories (re3data), tools (OSF), and other infrastructures.
  • FAIR data for EOSC

Speaker:

  • Eva Méndez. Deputy Vice president for Research Policy. Open Science. UC3M

12:30-13:00   Break: prepare your Coffee (or lunch) to listen to today’s distinguished speaker.

13:00 to 14:00   Open Science Café: Create your Data Management Plan and make your data FAIR. Joy Davidson. Research Associate. Digital Curation Centre. FAIRsFAIR EU project. 

Session 5

Citizen Science and public engagement

17 June 2021

11:00 to 12:00:

  • What is citizen science: principles and features
  • Public engagement as an element of RRI
  • How to include citizens in your research (Planning a citizen science project)
  • Citizen science resources: CS toolkits
  • Find a CS project in your field

12:00 to 12:30:   Citizen science projects and experiences. Anxo Sánchez (UniOS-uc3m); Ana Belén Cristobal (GRECO-UPM)

Speakers:

  • Maike Weisspflug Andrea Troncoso. Museum of Natural Sciences Berlin. ECSA, European Citizen Science Association.
  • Anxo Sánchez Professor of Applied Mathematics. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. GISC research Group. Member of Unit for Open Science UC3M
  • Ana Belén Cristobal . Researcher at Institute of Solar Energy. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. Project GRECO.

12:30-13:00   Break: prepare your Coffee (or lunch) to listen to today’s distinguished speaker.

13:00 to 14:00   Open Science Café: Citizen Science – Endless Possibilities for a Healthier Society. Dr. Tiberius Ignat. Director of Scientific Knowledge Services (SKS)

Session 6

How UC3M will help you to be an Open Scientist: UniOS & Library support

24 June 2021

11:00 to 12:30:

  • Authorship and affiliation
  • Persistent Identifier for researchers: ORCID use at UC3M
  • Your thesis step by step: a library guide to help you with your thesis
  • How to publish in Open Access your thesis and your publications:
    • The Institutional Repository e-Archivo.
    • RD 99/2011: Your thesis in Open Access (embargoes and exceptions)
  • Open Science and the dissemination of research outcomes. Regional Research
  • Portal: InvestigaM (Consorcio Madroño):
    • How to create a data management plan for your thesis
    • Regional Repository: e-Ciencia
    • Data Management and Regional Data Repository: e-CienciaDatos: a place for your thesis’s data
  • Blog I+B: Investigación y Biblioteca (R+L: Research and Library)
  • Where we are and How to make it happen: Open Science support (UniOS) and Full Open Science Pilot (FOS).

Speaker:

  • Teresa Malo de Molina. Head Librarian at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

12:30-13:00   Break: prepare your Coffee (or lunch) to listen to today’s distinguished speaker.

13:00 to 14:00   Open Science Cafés: Rewards and Incentives for Open Science: Responsible Research Assessment. Dr. Sarah de Rijcke. Scientific Director of CWTS. Leiden University and Co-Chair of RoRi (Research on Research Institute). ERC starting.