The first German Open Science Festival took place in Hannover August 30-31! #OSF2022DE

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Many thanks to all participants, speakers, workshop leaders and helpers who made it possible for the first "Open Science Festival" to take place in Germany!

The 150 participants on site and up to 55 viewers in the livestream showed us how much interest there is in an exchange on Open Science.

The recordings of the keynote and the panels "Open Science- just science done right" and "Who owns Science?" can be found on the AV-Portal of TIB - Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology.

  • Prof. Dr.-Ing. Holger Blume, Vizepräsident für Forschung und Transfer, hält eine Begrüßungsrede © TIB/C. Bierwagen

  • Besuchende des Open Science Festivals in den vorderen Sitzreihen © TIB/C. Bierwagen

  • Dezernentin Dr. Reingis Hauck gibt eine Begrüßung © TIB/C. Bierwagen

  • Das Panel "Open Science- just Science done right" © TIB/C. Bierwagen

  • Die gesamte Bühne des Panels "Open Science- just Sciemce done right" © TIB/C. Bierwagen

  • Mitarbeiter der TIB betreut die Technik zur Aufnahme des Panels © TIB/C. Bierwagen

  • Dr. Rainer Lange steht vor der Pressewand © TIB/C. Bierwagen

  • Detailansicht des Caterings und der Open Science Marktplatz im Hintergrund © TIB/C. Bierwagen

  • Dr. Reingis Hauck und Prof. Dr. Felix Schönbrodt im Gespräch © TIB/C. Bierwagen

  • Welfenschloss mit Banner des Open Science Festivals © TIB/C. Bierwagen

  • Vogelperspektive des Lichthofes beim Open Science Festival © TIB/C. Bierwagen

  • exchange ideas and insights on open science practices with (inter)-national experts
  • a place to connect
  • hands-on workshops
  • a market place with information on local and international initiatives and services

Organization of the Festival:

  • Where? Welfenschloss of the Leibniz University Hannover
  • Who? Leibniz University Hannover (LUH) and Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology (TIB) are organizing the Festival

Roots of the Festival:

  • Our neighbours in the Netherlands are a role model regarding their implementation of open science practices and we were inspired by their Open Science Festival (opensciencefestival.nl) and their slogan
  • Meet. Share. Inspire. Care.

KEYNOTE: TRANSITION TO OPEN SCIENCE - REFORM OF RECOGNITION AND REWARDS

Foto von Frank Miedema Foto von Frank Miedema Foto von Frank Miedema © Serge Ligtenberg

Frank Miedema is Vice Rector for Research at Utrecht University and chair of the Utrecht University Open Science Program. He is one of the initiators in 2013 of Science in Transition who believe that the academic incentive and reward system is in need of fundamental reform. Next to Science for Science (articles in ‘high-impact’ journals), the impact on society must be valued more and societal stakeholders should be involved more integrally in the production of knowledge.

His new book titled ‘Open Science, the very idea’, that describes recent developments in science from a historical, sociological, philosophical perspective and from a personal perspective was recently published (Open Access) by Springer Nature.

PANEL: OPEN SCIENCE- JUST SCIENCE DONE RIGHT

How can Open Science support scientific integrity? How does the present system of research evaluation slow down the implementation of open science practices?

Foto von Frank Miedema Foto von Frank Miedema Foto von Frank Miedema © Serge Ligtenberg

Prof. Dr. Frank Miedema
Utrecht University

Foto von Felix Schönbrodt Foto von Felix Schönbrodt Foto von Felix Schönbrodt © F. Schönbrodt

Prof. Dr. Felix Schönbrodt
Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich

© Övgü Özen

Amelya Keles
Charité Berlin, Germany
Executive board member of Berlin Exchange Medicine

Foto von Rainer Lange Foto von Rainer Lange Foto von Rainer Lange © Wissenschaftsrat / Peter Nierhoff

Dr. Rainer Lange
Wissenschaftsrat, Head of the Research Policy Department

© Christian Behrens

Prof. Dr. Sören Auer
Director TIB, Head of research group Data Science and Digital Libraries

PANEL: WHO OWNS SCIENCE?

International experts will discuss how data traffic in science is commercialized and how this affects open science.

Foto von Arianna Becerril-García Foto von Arianna Becerril-García Foto von Arianna Becerril-García © A. Becerril-García

Prof. Dr. Arianna Becerril-García
Professor UAEM, Mexico
Executive Director of Redalyc
Chair AmeliCA

Foto von Sarah Lamdan Foto von Sarah Lamdan Foto von Sarah Lamdan © Ellen Wolff

Prof. Sarah Lamdan
CUNY School of Law, New York

Foto von Felix Reda Foto von Felix Reda Foto von Felix Reda © CC-by 4.0 International Volker Conradus

Felix Reda
Gesellschaft für Freiheitsrechte e.V.

FESTIVAL COMMITEE

© Michael Matthey LUH

Dr. Anneke Meyer
Research Funding and Research Data Management

© Christian Bierwagen

Lambert Heller
Head of Open Science Lab TIB

Dr. Reingis Hauck Dr. Reingis Hauck Dr. Reingis Hauck © Foto: Michael Matthey | LUH

Dr. Reingis Hauck
Head of Research and Innovation Services

Dr. Yvana Glasenapp
Research Data Management and Open Science

THE OPEN SCIENCE FESTIVAL IS A JOINT EVENT OF:

TIB TIB TIB
Leibniz Universität Hannover Leibniz Universität Hannover Leibniz Universität Hannover