OPEN SCIENCE
& THE HUMANITIES

Open Science is a practice of science and a movement to make scientific research, data and dissemination accessible to all levels of an inquiring society under terms that enable the reuse, redistribution and replicability of the research and its underlying data and methods.

WHERE AND WHEN

UNIVERSITY OF BARCELONA

JUNE 21ST

The conference will be held at the Aula Magna of the Historical Building of the University of Barcelona.

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PHD STUDENTS AND SCHOLARS

POSTER SESSION

A poster session will be held during the conference. We encourage PhD students and scholars to present a poster regarding the four topics of the conference: Open Access, Open Data, Open Source, Citizen Science.

The maximum dimensions of the poster should be A1 (594 x 841 mm) in portrait format. Poster presenters should be prepared to hang their poster either during the lunch break or during the afternoon coffee break. There will be an award for the best student poster. If you are interested in presenting a poster, please, send us a proposal to open.humanities@roman-ep.net with POSTER as a subject before the 30th of May 2018. We also encourage scholars working on other topics bordering with the humanities to present their work.
ALL PROPOSALS MUST HAVE:

– Full name and affiliation

– A title

– An abstract of no more than 200 words

Our Supporters

Talks

From Open Access to Open Scholarship: UCL Press as a model for the Future of Scholarly Publishing

Dr Paul Ayris Pro-Vice-Provost (UCL Library Services) Co-Chair, League of European Research Universities (LERU) INFO Adviser to the LIBER Board (Association of European Research Libraries) Chair, Jisc Content Strategy Group[…]

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Language use and open, linked data

Monica Barni Vicepresidente Assessore alla Cultura, Università e Ricerca Regione Toscana Many branches of (theoretical or applied) linguistics investigate language (s) in terms of the uses are made of it (them),[…]

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ARIADNE, the European e-infrastructure for FAIR digital archaeology

Franco Niccolucci Università di Firenze   ARIADNE, an Integrating Activity putting together national infrastructures and aggregating their archaeological datasets started in 2013, has created a registry of about 2,000,000 million[…]

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Contact us

If you’re in need of any extra information about the conference, don’t hesitate in getting in touch with us.

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