[open-science] Short course series on 'Open Science goe Geo'
MatheZ at cput.ac.za
Tue May 19 15:17:51 UTC 2015
Thank you so much for this information it's very useful and informative, thanks a lot for sharing.
Cape Peninsula University of Technoloogy
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Sent: 19 May 2015 04:01 PM
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Subject: [open-science] Short course series on 'Open Science goe Geo'
In April we ran a short course series named 'Open Science goes Geo' at
a conference in Vienna (http://www.egu2015.eu/). The short course
series looks at what is possible nowadays and what is ready for
application especially in geosciences. The speakers present solutions
and introduce networks. In case you are interested please find the
recording and slides of the different parts at following locations.
Open Science goes Geo - Part I: Research Data
Open Science goes Geo - Part II: Scientific Software
Open Science goes Geo - Part III: Beyond Data and Software
At YouTube these three parts are complemented with 'Part IV: Winning
Horizon 2020 with Open Science' and 'Part V: Additions'.
Hope it is of interest.
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