Open science and your career (hybrid seminar)

As Swedish research is transitioning into an Open science system[1], it is vital for early career researchers to know how to make their publications and data available as openly as possible. At the same time, it is important to steer clear of predatory publishing and unethical data sharing. The purpose of the seminar is to provide guidance to junior researchers about how UU supports researchers’ open science transition, give practical examples from researchers’ moving in an open science direction, and make room for questions and discussion among participants and speakers.


·       Uppsala university Junior Faculty, Houda Landolsi, Researcher at Department of Modern Languages, Romance Languages, UU

·       Open Science from a Swedish and European perspective Hans Karlsson, Professor at the Department of Information Technology, UU

·       Open science in research practices – two examples

o   A humanities perspective, Speaker TBA

o   A natural sciences perspective, Speaker TBA


*** Coffee break*** 


·       University research support 

o   Open Science at Linnaeus university - Viewpoint and inspiration Mattias Rieloff, Linneaus University Library

o   Uppsala university research support Christer Lagvik, Uppsala University Data Office

o   (Big) Research data management – A computational infrastructure perspective  Speaker TBA

·      Concluding remarks


When: Thursday September 8th 2022, 13.15-15.45 

Where: Trippelrummet, BMC/Navet, Husargatan 3 + Zoom 

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[1] Suggested reading: 

COMMISSION  RECOMMENDATION  (EU)  2018/  790—Of  25 April  2018—On  access  to  and  preservation  of  scientific  information.

Vetenskapsrådet. (2022). Vetenskapsrådets samordningsuppdrag om öppen tillgång till forskningsdata