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23 November 2018, VIENNA, AUSTRIA: The European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) is officially launched today, 23 November 2018, during an event hosted by the Austrian Presidency of the European Union. The inauguration marks the conclusion of a long process of consultation and reflection with stakeholders led by the European Commission.
The event demonstrates the importance of EOSC for the advancement of research in Europe and introduces the new EOSC Portal.
The EOSC Portal provides access to data, services and resources. It is a source of up-to-date information about the EOSC initiative, including best practices, governance and user stories.
All service providers, research communities and other entities with a stake in EOSC are invited to visit the EOSC Portal and explore how they can benefit from its functionalities.
The launch event features live demonstrations to showcase how researchers can interact with and benefit from the functionalities of the portal. The demonstrators, presented live and at the demo booth, cover a wide range of disciplines and user scenarios to show the many different user journeys through the portal.
The scientific demonstrations are complemented with the presentation of the newly appointed EOSC Executive Board.
Information for editors:
More about the EOSC Portal
The EOSC Portal is the first step towards the EOSC implementation, putting into practice the European Commission's vision for Open Science. It brings convergence to a fragmented research ecosystem and fosters FAIR rules of participation.
The portal is a universal entry point to the services, data and resources that researchers need to perform their science in a collaborative, open and cost-efficient way for the benefit of society and the public.
The EOSC Portal is jointly developed and maintained by the eInfraCentral (731049), EOSC-hub (777536), EOSCpilot (739563) and OpenAIRE-Advance (246686) projects funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme with contribution of the European Commission.
Jelena Angelis - Project Manager, eInfraCentral - firstname.lastname@example.org
Sara Coelho - Communications Manager, EOSC-hub - email@example.com
Kalliroi Mavrantoni - Communications Officer, OpenAIRE-Advance - firstname.lastname@example.org
We are delighted to announce that the programme for IDCC18 is now available at www.dcc.ac.uk/events/idcc18/programme.
This year's focus is sharing practical lessons on the efforts made so far to curate data and pursue a digital data commons.
We have an exciting line-up of talks, including:
The conference programme is supplemented by a rich programme of workshops, which can be booked independently. Further information about the conference and workshops can be found at www.dcc.ac.uk/events/idcc18/workshops.
To register, please go to www.dcc.ac.uk/events/idcc18/registration. Deadline for bookings is 9 February 2018. Early bird rates are available for DCC Associates until the 27th of January.
We look forward to seeing you in Barcelona!
Sent on behalf of the IDCC18 Programme Committee
It is my pleasure to invite You to participate at the THOR Bootcamp that will take place on 28-29 September, 2017 in Budapest.
Program, registration, information about the venue of the meeting are available on the website: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/interoperable-research-persistently-identified-thor-bootcamp-budapest-registration-35563854446
Please follow this invitation to researchers and information professionals who can be interested in DOI and ORCID usage.
With best regards,
You might have already noticed the Conference programme of the PUBMET2017 Conference on the scholarly publishing in the context of open science, organized by the University of Zadar and coorganizers University of Zagreb and Ruđer Bošković Institute, under the auspices of the Ministry of Science and Education and OpenAIRE2020, which will be held September 21-22, 2017 with a pre-conference workshops on September 20, at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing of the University of Zagreb.
Following the first three successful PUBMET conferences in the beautiful and hospitable Zadar, this year's PUBMET2017 conference is held exceptionally in Zagreb in order to bring current issues of scientific publishing closer to as many researchers, teacher, students, editors, librarians, publishers and policy makers.
We also like to inform you that:
- we have great speakers, workshop leaders and posters
- we have interesting pre-conference day on 20 September 2017 (Wednesday) with five workshops (included in the registration fee) - find the details on workshops at the Conference programme web page
- it is still possible to register for the PUBMET2017 conference, just follow the link REGISTER
- we organize an interesting Zagreb City tour on Thursday, followed by a pleasant gathering during the conference dinner at the Writer's Club
- join us for a nice Saturday trip (Trakoscan Castle and the new Krapina Neanderthal museum) - not included in the registration fee (€47 with tickets, transfer, guide and lunch included)
- we have a special discount for graduate and PhD students
- if you have questions, don't hesitate to ask us (email@example.com)
>>We look forward to seeing you all in Zagreb, at this not-to-be-missed conference on Scholarly Publishing<<
On behalf of the Organizing and Programme Committee,
Providing researchers with the skills and competencies they need to practise Open Science
Report of the Working Group on Education and Skills under Open Science
A bold open-access push in Germany could change the future of academic publishing
Enako besedilo je objavljeno kot članek v reviji Science:
Germany seeks ‘big flip' in publishing model
Vlada RS je potrdila akcijski načrt izvedbe nacionalne strategije odprtega dostopa do znanstvenih objav in raziskovalnih podatkov v Sloveniji 2015‒2020.
The following EC Horizon2020 Interim Evaluation might be of interest:
"On 29 May 2017, the Commission published the interim evaluation of Horizon 2020, required by Article 32 of the regulation establishing Horizon 2020.
The interim evaluation aims to contribute to improving the implementation of Horizon 2020 in its last Work Programme 2018-2020, to provide the evidence-base for the report of the High Level Group on maximizing the impact of EU Research and Innovation programmes and to inform the design of future Framework Programmes."
Please note that the EC has used OpenAIRE data to calculate the OA share so far, 62.5% of publications are openly available, and also reflects on the FP7 OA success rate in certain programmes.
The Working Documents can be found here: http://ec.europa.eu/research/evaluations/index_en.cfm?pg=h2020evaluation
There is also a news item here: https://www.openaire.eu/how-effective-is-horizon2020-so-far
Science Europe priporoča razkritje stroškov znanstvenih objav:
Poročilo z delavnice o pravnih vidikih odprtih raziskovalnih podatkov. Objavljeno je na povezavi http://www.openaccess.si/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Porocilo-Barcelona-26.4.2017.pdf
I have been asked by colleagues at the University of Cape Town to publicise the eResearch Africa 2017 Conference: Data Driving Discovery, 2-5 May 2017 - which I do with pleasure.
The eResearch Africa conference is aimed at providing researchers with the platform to showcase how they are using IT resources to conduct they work and what methods they have in place to process their data.
This is the third in a series of bi-annual events to showcase case studies of the successful use of technological platforms and methods that enhance researchers’ ability to generate, collect, share, process, analyse, store and retrieve information. To this end, research support practitioners, academic researchers and educators from diverse disciplines are invited to participate in the 2017 event entitled data driving discovery.
Apply for the CODATA-RDA Research Data Science Summer School, ICTP, Trieste, Italy, 10-21 July 2017 - Deadline 25 April 2017
Apply for the CODATA-RDA Research Data Science Applied Workshops, ICTP, Trieste, Italy, 24-28 July 2017 - Deadline 25 April 2017
Apply for CODATA International Training Workshop in Open Data for Better Science, Beijing 16-29 July 2017 - Deadline 25 April 2017
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We're pleased to announce that applications are now open for the 2017 Altmetric research grant! First launched in 2016 and awarded annually, the grant provides up to £1,500 ($1,900 USD) to fund research that facilitates the development and understanding of alternative research metrics (altmetrics) as part of the wider scholarly agenda.
The grant aims to support projects that would not otherwise receive the necessary funding, and is open globally to academics, researchers and librarians interested in doing research in the altmetrics space.
In 2016 the grant funded a project conducted by Dr Lauren Cadwallader at the University of Cambridge which explored the impact of published research on public policy. A full write up on Lauren's project and what she found is available here: https://www.altmetric.com/blog/policy-attention-patterns-grant-report/
Applications for the 2017 grant are open now until 11pm GMT on Friday 21st of April 2017. Full details of how to apply are available online, and all submissions will be reviewed by an expert committee.
Find out more at: https://www.altmetric.com/research-grant/
To whom it may concern
OpenAIRE is organising an international workshop focusing on the topic of measuring Open Access and its impact. It will take place in Oslo, Norway, on Tuesday the 14th of February 2017. The event is free of charge and open to everyone.
The work on international standardisation of statistics and indicators for measuring Open Access is still in its early stages of development. The same goes for mapping and measuring the impact of Open Access on both the research community and society at large. Aiming to make a contribution towards determining the current state of affairs, the OpenAIRE workshop "Impact and Measurement of Open Access" hope to provide both meaningful insights and a valuable meeting place.
Invited speakers are Crossref, the European Research Council (ERC), Knowledge Exchange and many others. One aim of the workshop is to bring together a wide variety of stakeholder groups. E.g. research performing institutions, funders, publishers, research administrators, infrastructure providers, etc.
The workshop is open to everyone interested and free of charge, however registration is mandatory. To attend, please register at:
The venue is Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences (HiOA) in downtown Oslo:
For more information on the workshop, transport and accommodation please see the workshop webpage: https://www.openaire.eu/openaire-workshop-impact
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to ask.
On behalf of OpenAIRE, we welcome you to Oslo.
- OpenAIRE2020 Workshop on Impact and Measurement of Open Access: https://www.openaire.eu/openaire-workshop-impact
- Free of charge and open to all
- Tuesday the 14th of February 2017
- Mandatory registration: https://nettskjema.uio.no/answer/openaire-feb-2017-event.html
- Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences (https://goo.gl/maps/AuT8P4VEcBL2)
On behalf of OpenAIRE
Jens H. Aasheim