Symposium Designing and shaping open science

Date: 05 APR 2016 

Along with Erasmus University Rotterdam, University of Groningen and the National Research Data Management Coordination Point, SURFacademy organized a symposium about open science on Tuesday, April 5th, 2016.

Date
05 Apr 2016
Time
10:00-17:30
Location
Hotel Casa400, Eerste Ringdijkstraat 4, 1097 BC Amsterdam
Costs
Free
Prior knowledge needed?
Yes
Meeting type
Seminar

Description

Privacy and personal data protection are often seen as main barriers for sharing, opening and re-using data. In the context of growing support for open science, including the concepts of open research data and optimal re-use of data, it is time to move this debate forward. This symposium attempted to do just that. Starting from testimony on the Open Research Data Pilot in Horizon 2020, it explored the concept of 'Privacy by Design' as a possible way forward, and discussed the case of text and data-mining (TDM). The Symposium turned towards developing an action plan regarding open data and privacy that fed into the Open Science Presidency Conference being held in parallel on 4-5 April in Amsterdam. 

Videos

Presentations

Music Michiel Borstlap

 

Hashtag

#ORDP16

National Research Data Management Coordination Point

More for information about the National Research Data Management Coordination Point: www.lcrdm.nl

Pictures by Arie Kers

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Organisers

  • Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • University of Groningen
  • National Research Data Management Coordination Point
  • SURFacademy
Latest modifications 11 May 2016