Booth 3, 07/11/2013 (16:00-17:30)
How can open science be implemented?
How can results of publicly funded research be made open to all?
What technical infrastructure needs to be in place to gather valuable research?
Come to our OpenAIRE session to find out!
The goal of OpenAIRE is to advocate and enable open science via an interoperable data infrastructure capable of collecting publications and data and interlinking and contextualizing them.
Its mission is to leverage re-use and improve visibility of European research outcome, but also to offer tools for measuring the impact of research activities and funding agencies. In addition, the newly launched Zenodo Repository, provides a service that allows researchers to deposit and disseminate publications and data more easily, thus facilitating open collaboration.
The purpose of this short session is therefore to:
• Show the benefits of open science and how OpenAIRE can support open data and sharing research
• Present the back-end functionalities of the OpenAIRE data infrastructure
• Present the services it can offer to support research institutions and the long-tail of research
16:00 'OpenAIRE Portal, Zenodo and Services' – Natalia Manola, University of Athens
16: 15 'Supporting Open Access in Europe via OpenAIRE' – Iryna Kuchma, EIFL
16:30 'Using OpenAIRE to measure research impact of communities' - EGI.eu – Sergio Andreozzi
16:50 'How text-mining can open up science' - Lukasz Bolikowski, ICM UW
17:10 Question and Answer Session
Organised by: Najla RETTBERG (university of gottingen, Germany)
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