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EU Networking: OPEN SCIENCE in HORIZON 2020 and HORIZON EUROPE
An event of the Department of European and International Programmes
Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft FFG
1090 Wien, Sensengasse 1
Open Science is of increasing importance in both Horizon 2020 and the upcoming framework-programme Horizon Europe. However, many ambiguities about what Open Science means and how it affects applicants, political and research-funding stakeholders, still remain. This EU-Networking event aimed at achieving a common understanding for the term "open science" and what changes are necessary in the science system in order to implement it further.
High-level representatives from the European Commission and the Open Science movement discussed current national and European developments and the main challenges in the field.
- Open Science in a European Context
by Anette Björnsson, Deputy Head of Unit Open Science, DG Research & Innovation, European Commission
- Why and how science has gone wrong?
by Frank Miedema, Vice Chancellor UMC Utrecht, Chair of MLE Open Science
- What is Open Science?
- Why is Open Science important?
- What are important framework conditions for Open Science?
- What is the concrete added value of Open Science?
- Does this added value differ for research actors from academia and industry?
- Is it important for Austrian organizations to be early adopters?
Event language: English
Kleine und mittlere Unternehmen (KMU), Große Unternehmen (GU), Universitäten, Fachhochschulen, Kompetenzzentren, Forschungseinrichtungen, Einzel-ForscherInnen, Start-Up, (Gemeinnützige) Vereine, Gebietskörperschaften, Multiplikatoren / Intermediäre