OSF2019 provides a forum for the presentation and discussion of work related to the foundational or more concrete aspects of Open Science (from Open Access, to FAIRness of research results and Open Innovation) and Responsible Research and Innovation.
The OSF2019 organizing committee invites proposals for workshops which may vary between 90, 120 and 180 minutes.
Workshops should emphasize current topics of particular interest to the broad community of Open Science on the latest policy, legal, technical and business issues in Open Science, FAIR data and related infrastructure. Proposals which favour and encourage the participation of attendees will be favoured.
Infrastructures for Open Science: services, methods, networks
Open Access Platforms for all research artifacts
Next Generation of Repositories
Infrastructures for responsible metrics
European Open Science Cloud (EOSC)
FAIR data policy and practice: from theory to implementation
EOSC in national settings
RRI and Open Science: bridging the gap
Citizen Science and Public and Societal Engagement
Governance settings for Institutional embedded RRI and OS
Training and skills for Open Science
Sustaining Open Science training: people and resources
FAIR competences for Higher Education
Policies, Evaluation and Legal issues
PlanS - principles, guidelines and implementation services
Responsible metrics and research assessment
GDPR and IPR exploitation
Rules of Participation in EOSC
Innovative publishing and research dissemination
Alternative publishing models
Open Peer Review
Innovation on science communication
Value added data products/services from Open Science
Research analytics and visualizations
Text and data mining for/from research
Proposers are asked to submit a short proposal that describes all key characteristics and contributions of the workshop:
Proposal length should be a minimum of 500 words and should not exceed 800 words.
Workshop proposals will be evaluated primarily on their potential to stimulate interesting discussions, facilitate the exchange of ideas, promote collaborations, and contribute to a concrete roadmap for open science implementation.
Additional criteria are:
Applications will be evaluated by the Conference Programme Committee.