Alle Artikel mit dem Schlagwort: Open Science

OSR164 Studentischer Soziologiekongress [DE]

Der Studentische Soziologiekongress ist eine der wichtigsten deutschsprachigen Nachwuchsveranstaltungen im sozialwissenschaftlichen Bereich und findet alle zwei Jahre an wechselnden Austragungsorten und mit wechselnden Organisatoren statt. Für dieses Jahr hat der Fachschaftsrat Sozialwissenschaft der Ruhr-Universität Bochum den Kongress an die RUB geholt wo er vom 19.September bis zum 22.September stattfinden wird. Neben den üblichen, vielfältigen Themen des Kongresses wird in diesem Jahr auch Open Science explizit ein Thema sein, u.a. mit einer Keynote von Nate Breznau (einer der Organisatoren der MZES OpenSocialScience Conference die bereits im Januar in Mannheim stattfand). Auf Einladung des Fachschaftsrats haben wir mit den beiden Organisatoren Nadja und Dennis über den Kongress, den noch bis zum 6. Mai offenen Call for Papers (PDF) und auch ein wenig über den Stand von Open Science in der Soziologie gesprochen.

OSR140 de-RSE Association and Conference for Research Software Engineers in Germany [EN]

In a joint effort of a group of research software enthusiasts, the association de-RSE e.V. – Gesellschaft für Forschungssoftware was founded in late November 2018. It seeks to provide a new home to the German community of Research Software Engineers and a first major effort is the organization of the deRSE19 – Conference for Research Software Engineers in Germany. We had the pleasure to talk to Carina Haupt and Stephan Druskat about the research software engineer’s profile, the de-RSE association as well as the deRSE19 conference.

OSR139 WikiCite 2018 – Recap with Daniel [EN]

As in the last 2 years, Konrad visited the WikiCite event again and took the opportunity to do a couple of interviews with participants.

“WikiCite 2018 is a 3-day conference, summit, and hack day dedicated to the vision of creating an open repository of bibliographic data to support the citation and fact-checking needs of Wikimedia projects, and possibly, to serve as an open infrastructure for research, education, and information quality across the web.”

In this interview Konrad is recapping with Daniel Mietchen. Enjoy!

OSR138 WikiCite 2018 – Interview with Finn [EN]

As in the last 2 years, Konrad visited the WikiCite event again and took the opportunity to do a couple of interviews with participants.

“WikiCite 2018 is a 3-day conference, summit, and hack day dedicated to the vision of creating an open repository of bibliographic data to support the citation and fact-checking needs of Wikimedia projects, and possibly, to serve as an open infrastructure for research, education, and information quality across the web.”

This interview is with Finn Årup Nielsen about the Scholia, a tool to handle scientific bibliographic information through Wikidata. Enjoy!

OSR137 WikiCite 2018 – Interview with Pete and Lane [EN]

As in the last 2 years, Konrad visited the WikiCite event again and took the opportunity to do a couple of interviews with participants.

“WikiCite 2018 is a 3-day conference, summit, and hack day dedicated to the vision of creating an open repository of bibliographic data to support the citation and fact-checking needs of Wikimedia projects, and possibly, to serve as an open infrastructure for research, education, and information quality across the web.”

This interview is with Pete Forsyth and Lane Rasberry about the project Newspapers on Wikipedia, dealing with how the information in newspapers can be found, harvested, used and properly cited in Wikipedia. Enjoy!

OSR136 WikiCite 2018 – Interview with Gimena [EN]

As in the last 2 years, Konrad visited the WikiCite event again and took the opportunity to do a couple of interviews with participants.

“WikiCite 2018 is a 3-day conference, summit, and hack day dedicated to the vision of creating an open repository of bibliographic data to support the citation and fact-checking needs of Wikimedia projects, and possibly, to serve as an open infrastructure for research, education, and information quality across the web.”

This is another interview with Gimena del Rio Riande from Argentina about another project that focuses on workflows for the harvest and use of date- and author-related information from digitalized texts of a literary corpus. Enjoy!