Workshop: “Sharing research data and open access to publications in H2020”

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18 Nov 2015 @ 09:00am @ 05:00pm
Het Pand, Onderbergen 1, Ghent University, Gent, Belgium

Workshop: “Sharing research data and open access to publications in H2020”

Horizon2020 has been at the forefront as a major funder implementing Open Access policies.
Following the Open Access pilot in FP7, Horizon2020 brings a strong mandate for Open Access to publications as well as an Open Data Pilot in certain areas.

Many questions arise from this policy: how to practically follow the requirements, which media to use, and what about confidentiality issues?
And which issues should be taken care of at proposal state, during the project and after the project finishes?
The aim of the workshop is to provide answers and to exchange experiences, define problems and barriers.
Target audience is NCP's, research administrators and project coordinators.

The morning will be devoted to Open Science in Horizon2020.
After an introduction by the EC, the benefits of Open Science will be presented by Lennart Martens.
The Open Access mandate and the Open Data Pilot will be clarified with examples of how OpenAIRE services can be of help.
The afternoon will propose interactive workshops, taking a closer look at the practical implications of the Open Access mandate and the Open Data Pilot. One track will discuss the mandate, how it affects projects and researchers and how OpenAIRE can help you to comply.
In a parallel group the Open Data Pilot will be discussed, with a presentation of research data management tools.
There will be time for discussion and questions as your input is important for the success of the project.

Expected outcome of the workshop:

- Checklist of Actions for NCPs and research admin on how to support H2020 projects
- Information for PCs at proposal writing
- How to meet obligations during the project for OA publication mandate and the Open Research Data Pilot
- Ideas for future support materialsTimeScheduleRooms09.00Registration 09.30 - 09.35IntroductionRoom Vermeylen09.35 - 10.05A funder’s perspective: Welcome from the EC 
– Caroline ColinRoom Vermeylen10.05 - 10.35Benefits of Open Science
– Prof. Lennart MartensRoom Vermeylen10.35 - 11.00Coffee break 11.00 - 11.45Overview of the OA mandate and OpenAIRE tools, including the FP7 post-grant OA Pilot
– Pedro Príncipe, Inge Van Nieuwerburgh and Pablo de CastroRoom Vermeylen11.45 - 12.45Overview of the data pilot and OpenAIRE tools
– Elly Dijk and Marjan GrootveldRoom Vermeylen12.45 - 14.00Lunch 14.00 - 15.00Parallel Group 1
‘In Practice’:The Open Access Mandate from a project perspectiveBlancquaert/Bibliotheek Parallel Group 2
‘In Practice’:The Data pilot from a project perspectiveVermeylen/Persconferentiezaal15.00 - 15.20Coffee break 15.20 - 16.20

Parallel Group 1‘In Practice’: The Open Access Mandate from a project perspective
Blancquaert/Bibliotheek Parallel Group 2
‘In Practice’:The Data pilot from a project perspectiveVermeylen/Persconferentiezaal16.20 - 17.00Reporting BackRoom Vermeylen17.00 - 18.30Networking receptionHet Pand18.30Self-payed dinerHet Pand

You can register for the workshop here: registration OpenAIRE workshop
There is no registration fee.
The venue, het Pand, is situated at the center of Ghent, Onderbergen 1:
If you would like to join the evening diner, please register here.
Ghent is easily reachable:
- by train
- by plane
- or by car

You can find a list of accomodation in Ghent here.

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