[open-science] Scientific data sharing: an interdisciplinary workshop. September 2-4, 2013. Italy
jcmcoppice12 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 25 01:41:18 UTC 2013
I'm speaking at the event below on the Open Knowledge Definition and open
data in science, registration is now online if anyone is interested in
*Scientific data sharing: an interdisciplinary workshop*
September 2-4, 2013
Anagni, Convitto Nazionale Regina Margherita
We announce that the workshop entitled “Scientific Data Sharing: An
Interdisciplinary Workshop”, will take place in Anagni, Italy, during the
first week of September 2013. preliminary
If you are interested in attending the meeting please register
Attendance is free, but we can accommodate a limited number of guests and *
registration* (open up to August 1st) *is* *mandatory*.
There will be three sessions:
- *The foundations of Open Science* will be concerned with the
epistemological foundations of Open Science, with a focus on the Open Data
principles and the impact of new technologies on the spread of scientific
- *Data sharing in the scientific practice: experiences from different
research fields*, in which empirical studies of data sharing practices
in different research fields (e.g. archaeology, biodiversity, biomedicine,
genomics, psychology) will be presented.
- *Facing the complexity of data sharing* will be dedicated to the
discussion of the barriers to data sharing and what can be done to increase
Furthermore, the round table entitled “*Six questions to understand Open
Data*” will provide an opportunity for invited speakers to answer specific
questions regarding data sharing in a wide perspective.
The list of speakers include: Neela Enke (Germany), Bernardino Fantini,
Ilaria Fava, Andrea Cerroni, Roberto Lattanzi, Daniela Luzi, Fabio Parenti,
Deborah Mascalzoni (Italy), Jelte Wicherts (Netherlands), Catherine Heeney
(Spain), Geoffrey Boulton, Jennifer Molloy (United Kingdom).
Organizers: Paolo Anagnostou, Marco Capocasa and Giovanni Destro Bisol
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