2 December 2021, Open Science Café with Shalini Kurapati and Emma Lazzeri.
With Horizon Europe, open science becomes the new normal. For researchers, this means approaching the management of data and other research products with a new awareness of their potential collective utility and a vision of collaboration and sharing. What has changed in practice since Horizon 2020? What are the obligations and recommendations for proper management of data and research outputs? We take stock with Shalini Kurapati and Emma Lazzeri.
Thursday 2nd December 2021
13:50 - 14:00 Link opening and welcome
14:00 - 14:10 Introduction
14:10 - 14:35 Presentation by Shalini Kurapati
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.
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, he obtained a PhD in "Humanoid Technologies" at the University of Genoa in 2010 and worked for several years in the field of Computational Neuroscience.
Shalini Kurapati works as an "Open Science and Research Data Management Fellow" at Oal Politecnico di Torino (adjunct role). Her main role is as co-founder and CEO of clearbox.ai, she works on data evaluation and validation and Artificial Intelligence algorithms. She was previously part of the first data stewardship project set up at TU Delft, to create expertise and roles to advise researchers on RDM and FAIR data. She has 7 years of research experience at the intersection of technology, policy, and management. She is also a Certified Information Privacy Professional/Europe (CIPP/E).
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.
Register for the event at the following link learning.garr.it