3 November 2021 Open Science Café with Emma Lazzeri, Elena Giglia and Velentina Pasquale.
There are many innovations in Horizon Europe regarding open science. In this episode of the Open Science Café we will focus on the crucial aspects of open access to scientific literature and what has changed since Horizon 2020. We will talk about zero embargoes, publication in hybrid journals, author retention and much more. Elena Giglia and Valentina Pasquale will help us to clarify.
13:50 - 14:00 Link opening and welcome
14:00 - 14:10 Introduction
14:10 - 14:35 Presentation by Elena Giglia
14:35 - 15:00 Q&A/Discussion
Emma Lazzeri works for the GARR Consortium on the definition of strategies, tools, training and information on open science issues. Emma coordinates the ICDI (Italian Computing and Data Infrastructure) Task Force for the National Competence Centre for Open Science, FAIR and EOSC. She is part of several international boards related to EOSC and Open Science and collaborates in both national and European projects and initiatives.
Elena Giglia is Head of the Open Access Project Unit at the University of Turin. She plays an active role in national and international working groups on Open Science, and is a partner in several Horizon 2020 projects. At the Italian Ministry of University and Research, she was part of the Commission that drafted the National Plan for Open Science, soon to be published. She was a member of the Working Group "Open Access and New Indicators" at ANVUR (2013-2014). She actively participates in national and international conferences on various aspects of Open Science, including evaluation, and carries out intensive training, information and promotional activities on these topics.
Valentina Pasquale works as "Research Data Management Specialist" at the Italian Institute of Technology, where she coordinates the support services for research data management and open science. She coordinates the GO FAIR Data Stewardship Competence Centers Implementation Network. Before working on research data, she got a PhD in "Humanoid Technologies" at the University of Genoa in 2010 and worked for several years in the field of Computational Neuroscience.
The webinar is designed for the Italian community and is aimed at researchers, research support staff, technicians, technologists interested in learning the details of the patent route as research protection, and the European Commission's Open Science strategy.
The Open Science café is a series of events designed to cover major topics and news from the Open Science world, dedicated to the Italian community. It aims at informing and discussing various aspects of Open Science in an informal way, in front of a coffee cup. Each event lasts for one hour and focuses on a specific theme, leaving enough time for discussion with the audience.
Register for the event at the following link learning.garr.it