The Open Science Radio will attend this year’s Barcamp Science 2.0 and the Science 2.0 Conference (at least day 1 of 2) in Cologne. We will use this great opportunity to record and publish a few special episodes dedicated to these events and the related topics.
This year’s edition of the barcamp (#s20bar), taking place on the 2nd of May, will focus on the topic „Putting Science 2.0 and Open Science into practice!“ and addresses all people interested in open science – junior scientists, senior researchers, practicioners and also interested non-professionals. The interactive barcamp format will be a good opportunity to meet members of the community and take active participation in the fruitful discussions.
The conference (#s20conf), taking place on the 3rd and 4th of May, will mainly focus on the European Open Science Cloud and the many (open) questions around it. This classical academic conference format will give researchers, policy makers and publishers a good opportunity to get interesting insights on the European level of open science. Furthermore, it is the final conference of the EEXCESS project and participants will be shown concrete scenarios and applications developed by this EU project.
In order to get a good introduction to both events and topics, we’ve invited one of the organizers, Guido Scherp, to join us in this episode and provide us with a brief overview what participants can expect from the 2 events. Since registrations are still open, Guido warmly invites all interested people to join either (or both) of the events.
Introduction Guido Scherp00:02:18
Dr. Guido Scherp; (German National Library of Economics – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics;) — Leibniz Research Alliance Science 2.0; — Science 2.0; — Barcamp was actually started last year; — Science 2.0 Conference is taking place for the third time;.
The Barcamp Format00:07:18
Barcamp Science 2.000:10:07
The Barcamp 2.0 is taking place on the 2nd of May 2016 in Cologne; (GESIS – Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences;) — Barcamp Science 2.0 Topic: Putting Science 2.0 and Open Science into practice!; — The Barcamp addresses young researchers and in general all people interested in the open science practice; — Felix Schönbrodt from LMU Munich will provide the short talk in the beginning of the Barcamp; — Felix Schönbrodt; — Christian Heise has given the introductory talk last year; — Christian Heise; — Christian's open PhD thesis; — LMU has published a job advert for a professorship with a clear statement to open science; — Sessions can already be proposed in the pad; — Barcamp registration is still open;.
Science 2.0 Conference00:22:46
The Science 2.0 Conference is taking place on the 3rd and 4th of May 2016 in Cologne; — International Science 2.0 Conference and EEXCESS Final Conference; — This year the topic is related to science policy and focuses on the European level and the European Open Science Agenda, specifically the European Open Science Cloud; — Open Science Agenda; — European Open Science Cloud; — High Level Expert Group for the European Open Science Cloud; — Registration for the Conference is also still open; — EEXCESS; (EEXCESS - What it's all about;) — First Prototype tools are already available (such as browser plugins); — Programme of the conference;.
Both registrations are still open, so please register and attend the Barcamp and/or the Conference!.