Register now - the first German Open Science Festival will take place in Hannover from August 30 - 31! #OSF2022DE

  • 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

Foto von Sarah de Rijke Foto von Sarah de Rijke Foto von Sarah de Rijke © S. de Rijke

Dr. Sarah de Rijcke is Professor in Science, Technology, and Innovation Studies and Scientific Director at the Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS) in Leiden, the Netherlands. She is Co-chair of the Research on Research Institute (RoRI). Sarah specialises in social studies of research evaluation, and has published widely on the topic of the relations between quality control mechanisms and knowledge production in different fields. She contributed as an author to the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science.

WORKSHOPS

  • Modern Science Communication -  Dr. André Lampe (science communicator)
  • Open Science in Energy Research - Ludwig Hülk (Reiner Lemoine Institute)
  • Reproducible Data Analysis with Python and Jupyter Notebooks for Novices (Carpentry Style) - Dr. Konrad Förstner, Rabea Müller (ZB MED)
  • Library Carpentry: OpenRefine  - Katrin Leinweber, Linna Lu (GitLab, The Carpentries / TIB)
  • Open Research Knowledge Graph - Oliver Karras and Anna-Lena Lorenz (TIB)
  • Making online teaching open: Introduction to the LiaScript software - Noreen Krause, Britta Beutnagel (TIB)
  • Wiki-edit-athon "Women in Science"- Iva Berlin (long-time Wikipedian)
  • Open Access Escape Room - Yvana Glasenapp (LUH)
  • Reproducibility Hackathon - Anja Eggert, Frank Krüger (Open Reproducible Data Science and Statistic)
  • Transparency and Openness in Peer Review: Towards a new publication and evaluation culture - Ludo Waltman (CWTS Leiden)
  • Using Wikipedia for Science Communication - Paul Börsting, Maximilian Heimstädt (Weizenbaum Institute / UdK Berlin)

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?

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Prof. Dr. Frank Miedema
Utrecht University

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Jun.-Prof. Dr. Stefanie Büchner
Leibniz University Hannover
Member of Die Junge Akademie

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

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

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

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Prof. Dr. Sarah de Rijcke
Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS) Leiden, Netherlands
Research on Research Institute (RoRI)

PANEL: WHO OWNS SCIENCE?

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

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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 (invited, tbc.)
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