Full Programme

16 September

09:30

Registration & Welcome

11:00

Opening session and keynotes

Yannis Ioannidis
Head of OpenAIRE, President and General Director of ATHENA Research and Innovation Center
Rui Vieira de Castro
Rector of University of Minho
Nuno Feixa Rodrigues
Member of the Board of Directors of the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology
 
KEYNOTES
Liina Munari 
Deputy Head of Unit ”e-Infrastructure and Science Cloud” of the DG Connect of the European Commission
[Presentation]
Paola Masuzzo 
Data Scientist at TP Vision and independent researcher by the Institute for Globally Distributed Open Research and Education
[Presentation]
Chair: Eloy Rodrigues, University of Minho

13:00

Lunch

14:00

Parallel workshops

Data Discovery Across Disciplines

Organisers & Speakers: Peter Kraker - Open Knowledge Maps, Alessia Bardi - OpenAIRE, Johana Chylíková - CSDA, Arnaud Gingold - OPERAS, Petr Knoth - CORE, Brigitte Mathiak - GESIS, Christian Pietsch - BASE, Nancy Pontika - CORE, Jochen Schirrwagen - BASE, Nataliia Sokolovska - HIIG, Heinrich Widmann - EUDAT
Duration: 2 hrs
Room: Arquivo Hall

In this workshop by the GO FAIR Implementation Network on Discovery, we will be looking at data discovery across disciplines, with a particular focus on interfaces and other user-facing services.

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Lessons Learned From a Year of European Open Science Training (ORION Project)

Organisers & Speakers: Emma Harris, Zoe IngramLuiza Bengtsson - Max-Delbrück-Center for Molecular Medicine
Duration:  2 hrs
Room: D. Luis Hall

The focus of this workshop will be sharing lessons learned from the ORION Open Science project delivering open science training to researchers, funders, and research managers across Europe and facilitating an interactive exchange of knowledge between participants about challenges and solutions for effective Open Science training. The session is open to anyone who is engaged in Open Science training and advocacy.

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RDA-pt The Portuguese node of the Research Data Alliance

Organisers & Speakers: Cristina Ribeiro - INESC TEC, University of Porto, Maria Manuel Borges - University of Coimbra, Irene Rodrigues - University of Évora, José Borbinha - Instituto Superior Técnico, University of Lisbon, João Miranda - Instituto Politécnico de Portalegre, Pedro Moura Ferreira - ICS, University of Lisbon, Eloy Rodrigues - University of Minho, Francisco Barbedo - DGLAB, Torre do Tombo, Ingrid Dillo - DANS, RDA Council Co-chair, Françoise Genova - CNRS, RDA in France, Gina Pavone - ISTI/CNR, RDA in Italy, Kerstin Helbig - Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, RDA in Germany, Mareike Buss - Copenhagen Business School, RDA in Denmark, Daniel Bangert - UGOE, RDA-4, Eva Mendéz - UC3M, RDA Ambassador, João Mendes Moreira - FCCN, Portuguese liaison in EOSC projects, Nuno Rodrigues - Member of the Board of FCT, the Portuguese Funding Agency
Duration: 2 hrs
Room: Miragaia Hall

The workshop is aimed at disseminating RDA and the RDA-pt node in the Portuguese community, taking advantage of the visibility of the Open Science FAIR.

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The Utopia of Innovative Open Research Infrastructures

Organisers & Speakers: Ina Blümel - TIB Hannover and Hochschule Hannover, Benedikt Fecher - Alexander von Humboldt Institute For Internet and Society and German Institute for Economic Research, Tony Ross-Hellauer - Graz University of Technology and Know-Center GmbH, Sascha Friesike - Weizenbaum Institute and University of the Arts Berlin, Rebecca Kahn - Alexander von Humboldt Institute For Internet and Society, Pelagios Network, Nataliia Sokolovska - Alexander von Humboldt Institute For Internet and Society, Ilire Hasani-Mavriqi - Graz University of Technology
Duration: 2 hrs
Room: D. Maria Hall

This workshop is dedicated to the question of how innovative public research infrastructures can be created. To this end, we will open three thematic tables that we believe cover critical aspects of infrastructure development: 1) funding and administration, 2) interoperability and maintenance, 3) incentivisation and team coordination. It is planned to document and publish the results of the workshop. Participants are invited to collaborate in a publication.

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16:00

Coffee break

16:30

Poster reception

Chair: Pedro Príncipe, University of Minho
Room: Nobre Hall

Posters Presentation - Minute Madness

18:00

open Science FAIR Sunset

17 September

08:30

Registration

09:00

Panel Session

Research Assessment

Panelists: Bernard Rentier (Chair) - Rector Emeritus of University of Liège, Bonnie Wolff-Boenisch - Head of Research Affairs at Science Europe, Bregt Saenen - Policy and Project Officer at the European University Association, Frank Miedema - Vice Rector for Research at Utrecht University and chair of the Utrecht University Open Science Program, Pastora Martinez Samper - Vice President for Globalization and Cooperation at the Open University of Catalonia, Expert group on Open Science of the European University Association
Duration: 1.5 hr
Room: Archive Hall

Current research assessment systems, heavily based on publication metrics, and often relying on indirect or journal-based metrics (like Journal Impact Factor) to assess the quality and impact of individual publications, are being growingly considered as one of the most important barriers to the adoption of Open Science by the research community. New, more accurate, comprehensive, multi-dimensional, transparent and responsible approaches and tools for research evaluation are needed to support the transition to Open Science and to improve the quality of assessment. This has been recognised by many universities and other stakeholders (e.g. the report by the European Commission Working Group on Rewards under Open Science).

In this panel, jointly organized by Open Science Fair and the European University Association (EUA), the results of EUA’s Europe-wide university consultation on research assessment for recruitment and career progression, as well as some innovative efforts to improve current approaches from European universities and research funders will be presented and discussed.

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10:30

Coffee Break

11:00

Parallel workshops

Defining FAIR in the SSH: issues, cultures and practical implementations

Organisers & Speakers: Elena Giglia - University of Turin, Arnaud Gingold - Open Edition-CNRS, Carlos Costa - Coimbra University, Peter Kraker - OKMaps, Delfim Leão - Coimbra University, Ana Miguéis - Coimbra University, Bruno Neves - Coimbra University, Franco Niccolucci - Univ. Florence, Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra - DARIAH
Duration: 2h
Room: D. Luis Hall

This workshop [conducted by CO-OPERAS IN members] will engage the SSH community in defining FAIR data in their disciplines, in exploring possible solutions to address the multilingualism, in focusing on practical solutions to create a FAIR ecosystem

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Open Science Graphs Interoperability Workshop

Organisers & Speakers: Amir Aryani - Research Graph Foundation, Martin Fenner - DataCite, Paolo Manghi - OpenAIRE Infrastructure - ISTI, CNR, Markus Stocker - TIB Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology, Marilena Daquino - University of Bologna
Duration: 2 hrs
Room: Miragaia Hall

This workshop will focus on real OSG experiences, on their intended use-cases, customers, and value-added services. On the basis of these stories, the attendees will interactively discuss concrete challenges and benefits of OSG interoperability, in order to identify possible use-cases, classes of customers, intended usages, graph information models, and actions towards smooth information exchange across such graphs.

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The Journey to EOSC - preparing at national level

Organisers & Speakers: Najla Rettberg - UGOE, OpenAIRE, Iryna Kuchma - EIFL, OpenAIRE, Annabel Grant - GEANT, Daniel Bangert - UGOE, RDA Europe, Elli Papadopoulou - Athena Research Center, OpenAIRE, Lene Krøl Andersen - EOSC Nordic, Ron Dekker - CESSDA ERIC
Duration: 2 hrs
Room: Arquivo Hall

The main aim of this workshop is to share and showcase good practices and examples of how national initiatives are working setting up procedures for supporting EOSC, in particular towards some of the themes of the EOSC Working Groups (Architecture, Rules of Participation and Landscape).

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Time to Professionalise Data Stewardship

Organisers & Speakers: Maria J. Cruz - VU Amsterdam, Marta Teperek - TU Delft, Angus Whyte - Digital Curation Centre, Melanie Imming - Imming Impact, Celia van Gelder - Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences, Hugh Shanahan - Royal Holloway, University of London
Duration: 2 hrs
Room: D. Maria Hall

The workshop will consist of a mix of case study presentations and group discussions focussing on the need for professionalising data stewardship roles and how to go from theory and policy to practice and implementation. The participants will be actively engaged in the discussion throughout the session, especially during the group discussions in the second half.

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13:00

Lunch

14:00

Parallel workshops

Application of RRI and Open Science in Public Service: bridging the gap between society and policy and decision makers

Organisers & Speakers: Gonçalo Praça - Ciência Viva, Olga Glumac - Sociedade Portuguesa de Inovação - SPI
Duration: 2 hrs
Room: Ribeira II Hall

The workshop will provide tools on how to better approach, engage and integrate society in solving local challenges by using design-led and co-creation methodologies (closely linked to the open science and open innovation for whose solution is important to practice RRI). Taking this into account, the workshop will be particularly relevant for policymakers, and research administrators who work with design and co-creation processes and are responsible for the public engagement at their institutions. It will propose methodologies for tackling local challenges together with its citizens.

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Fostering a FAIR research culture - what works?

Organisers & Speakers: Jos van Wezel - EOSC PILLAR, Eva Mendez, Francisco J. Núñez Benjumea - FAIR4Health, Susanna-Assunta Sansone - FAIRsharing RDA WG, EOSC-Life, IMI FAIRplus, Isabelle Perseil - RDA Europe/RDA WG on FAIR Maturity, Brian Matthews - ExPaNDS, FAIRsFAIR, Joy Davidson - FAIRsFAIR, Najla Rettberg - OpenAIRE, Natasha Simmons - RDA Data Policy Standardisation IG
Duration: 2 hrs
Room: Arquivo Hall

This workshop will explore some examples where successes have been realised and consider if these are extensible to other domains. This work will feed into recommendations being developed by the FAIRsFAIR project to help improve FAIR policy and practice.

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How identifiers can help you in Open Science

Organisers & Speakers: Frances Madden - The British Library, Helena Cousijn - DataCite, Paolo Manghi - ISTI-CNR, Jessica Parland-von Essen - CSC, Ivo Wijnbergen
Duration: 2 hrs
Room: Miragaia Hall

In this workshop you will explore the identifier landscape and we hope that afterwards you will engage others to use and benefit from persistent identifiers (PIDs). Persistent identifiers are at the heart of the FAIR principles and are becoming increasingly important in all research workflows.

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Making EOSC Training more FAIR

Organisers & Speakers: Ellen Leenarts - DANS, Iryna Kuchma - EIFL , René van Horik - DANS, Angus Whyte - DCC, Gergely Sipos - EGI, Celia W.G. van Gelder - Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences, Daniel Bangert - UGOE, Giuseppe La Rocca - EGI, Martina Torma, Astrid Verheusen, Friedel Grant - LIBER, Cecile Swiate - Université Paris II Panthéon-Assas Academic Library, Natalia Manola - “Athena” Research and Innovation Center and the University of Athens, OpenAIRE, OpenMinTeD, HELIX, the EOSC Executive Board and the Open Science Policy Platform, Ilaria Fava - Göttingen State and University Library, OpenAIRE and RDA Europe, Birgit Schmidt - Goettingen University, RDA, FAIRsFAIR, Mareike Buss - CBS, Katrine Düring Davidsen - Aarhus University, Katrine Flindt Holmstrand - DTU, Kevin Ashley - Digital Curation Center
Duration: 3.5 hrs
Room: D. Luis Hall

How can support and training offered by the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) be more effective? Which training and guidance resources are needed at the EOSC level? How can we ensure they can be found and used? How can training and guidance resources, i.e. materials and event information, be pooled effectively across the EOSC? Jointly organized by the Community of Practice (CoP) for Training Coordinators and LIBER, this workshop will cover recent developments in EOSC Skills and Training and discuss recommendations for the EOSC. The workshop will result in a set of concrete steps from the training community to improve the findability, accessibility, interoperability and reusability of EOSC training resources.

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16:00

Coffee Break

16:30

Parallel workshops

DSpace 7.0, OpenAIRE Guidelines, CRIS and ORCID

Organisers & Speakers: João Mendes Moreira, Paulo Lopes - FCT, Michele Minnielli - Lyrasis – DuraSpace, Dimitris Pierrakos - OpenAIRE
Duration: 1.5 hr
Room: D. Maria Hall

This session will present the work done so far to integrate repositories in the research information management ecosystem (OpenAIRE Guidelines compliance, integration with CRIS and ORCID recommendations compliance). Participants will be asked for their feedback on the ongoing work. The workshop will lay the foundations for those who want to contribute in this community driven effort.

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Dutch law and routes to Open Access: a national copyright law pilot project as an inspiring example?

Organisers & Speakers: Arjan De Rooy - Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Just De Leeuwe - TU Delft Library, Christopher Bruch - Helmholtz Association Berlin, André Dazy - Couperin, André Hoffman - University of Zurich
Duration: 1.5 hr
Room: Miragaia Hall

The aim of the workshop is to present the outcome of the pilot and inspire policy makers, librarians and researchers in other countries to employ legal possibilities to maximise the use of Green Open Access. The workshop will focus on possible legal routes and their translation to uniform guidelines and present the implementation in a comparative case study of two Dutch universities.

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Fostering a FAIR research culture - what works?

Organisers & Speakers: Jos van Wezel - EOSC PILLAR, Eva Mendez, Francisco J. Núñez Benjumea - FAIR4Health, Susanna-Assunta Sansone - FAIRsharing RDA WG, EOSC-Life, IMI FAIRplus, Isabelle Perseil - RDA Europe/RDA WG on FAIR Maturity, Brian Matthews - ExPaNDS, FAIRsFAIR, Joy Davidson - FAIRsFAIR, Najla Rettberg - OpenAIRE, Natasha Simmons - RDA Data Policy Standardisation IG
Duration: 2 hrs
Room: Arquivo Hall

This workshop will explore some examples where successes have been realised and consider if these are extensible to other domains. This work will feed into recommendations being developed by the FAIRsFAIR project to help improve FAIR policy and practice.

Read more

Making EOSC Training more FAIR

Organisers & Speakers: Ellen Leenarts - DANS, Iryna Kuchma - EIFL , René van Horik - DANS, Angus Whyte - DCC, Gergely Sipos - EGI, Celia W.G. van Gelder - Dutch Techcentre for Life Sciences, Daniel Bangert - UGOE, Giuseppe La Rocca - EGI, Martina Torma, Astrid Verheusen, Friedel Grant - LIBER, Cecile Swiate - Université Paris II Panthéon-Assas Academic Library, Natalia Manola - “Athena” Research and Innovation Center and the University of Athens, OpenAIRE, OpenMinTeD, HELIX, the EOSC Executive Board and the Open Science Policy Platform, Ilaria Fava - Göttingen State and University Library, OpenAIRE and RDA Europe, Birgit Schmidt - Goettingen University, RDA, FAIRsFAIR, Mareike Buss - CBS, Katrine Düring Davidsen - Aarhus University, Katrine Flindt Holmstrand - DTU, Kevin Ashley - Digital Curation Center
Duration: 3.5 hrs
Room: D. Luis Hall

How can support and training offered by the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) be more effective? Which training and guidance resources are needed at the EOSC level? How can we ensure they can be found and used? How can training and guidance resources, i.e. materials and event information, be pooled effectively across the EOSC? Jointly organized by the Community of Practice (CoP) for Training Coordinators and LIBER, this workshop will cover recent developments in EOSC Skills and Training and discuss recommendations for the EOSC. The workshop will result in a set of concrete steps from the training community to improve the findability, accessibility, interoperability and reusability of EOSC training resources.

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20:00

Social Dinner

18 September

08:30

Registration

09:00

Parallel workshops

Plan S panel

Panelists: Inge Van Nieuwerburgh (Chair) - Ghent University, Neil Jacobs - Coalition S, Vasco Vaz - FCT, Luke Drury - ALLEA, Koen Vermeir - GYA
Duration: 2 hrs
Room:
Arquivo Hall

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Services to support FAIR Data: Formulating recommendations for EOSC

Organisers & Speakers: Mustapha Mokrane - FAIRsFAIR, Daniel Bangert - RDA Europe, Emilie Hermans - OpenAIRE, René van Horik - EOSC-hub, Maaike de Jong - FREYA, Hylke Koers - FAIRsFAIR, Ian Duncan - Australian Research Data Commons: ARDC, Françoise Genova - Centre de Donnés Astronomiques de Strasbourg and EOSC FAIR WG, Odile Hologne - French Institute for Agricultural Research, EOSC RoP WG and FAIRsFAIR Champion, Rachael Kotarski - The British Library, EOSC FAIR WG and FREYA project, Tobias Weigel - DKRZ, EOSC Architecture WG and FAIRsFAIR champion

Duration: 2 hrs
Room: Ribeira I Hall

In the larger context of Open Science, the workshop will present and discuss a number of priorities and recommendations compiled in the report from previous two workshops and adding to previous work aimed at ensuring that services supporting research data are effectively providing a technical ecosystem for FAIR data. This workshop is aligned with two of the conference’s main topics and it will resonate with its broader expert audience. It will tackle one of the challenges it raises, namely the lack of embedded tools and services supporting Open Science.

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Towards an alliance of citizen science in Europe

Organisers & Speakers: Carlos Catalão - Ciência Viva, Gonçalo Praça - Ciência Viva, Maria Inês Vicente (convenor) - Plataforma de Ciência Aberta, Maria Fernanda Rollo - Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Antónia Correia - University of Minho, Pedro Príncipe - University of Minho, Andrea Riccio - Sapienza, Marisa Borges - SisNet, Network of National Contact Points for Science with and for Society
Duration: 2 hrs
Room: Ribeira II Hall

National networks of citizen science projects are strengthening scientific citizenship in Europe in unprecedented ways. The main goal of this session is to bring these networks and stakeholders together to draw a strategic action plan for an alliance with a common European agenda.

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11:00

Coffee Break

11:30

Demo session

Chair: José Carvalho, University of Minho
Room: Arquivo Hall

DEMO PRESENTATIONS (2 MIN.)

Parallel presentations (3 sessions x 20 min.)

13:00

Lunch Box

14:00

Closing session and keynote

FINAL KEYNOTE
Martha Whitehead
Vice President for the Harvard Library and University Librarian at Harvard University
[Presentation]

15:30

Closing

Organising projects representatives
Chair: Eloy Rodrigues, University of Minho

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