André Dazy


For more than 10 years now, André Dazy has been involved in various actions promoting open science. He took part in the organisation of National founding meetings for open science in France and still organises meetings to promote openness of the scientific research outputs. He coordinates the Couperin’s open science working group and is also part of the open science committee for the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation. As a NOAD, he liaises with all the French open science stakeholders and takes an effective part in the main open science initiatives.

OpenAIRE contributes to the visibility of the scientific production of the Member States and promotes open access publications, and is part of the European strategy to open science. It is therefore of great interest for France which has now a voluntary open science policy and builds a true ecosystem where open science is practiced by default and is eager to share its experience with other countries, notably via OpenAIRE. In addition, the articulation of OpenAIRE and EOSC is an essential step to ensure the expansion of services and their integration into the European research ecosystem.

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