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6 May 2021 at 3 p.m, Webinar: 'Open Science and Astrophysics: Are we there yet?

6 May 2021 at 3 p.m, Webinar: 'Open Science and Astrophysics: Are we there yet?

| Sara Di Giorgio | News
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Volker Beckmann, from the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, General Directorate for Research and Innovation, will present recent developments for FAIR data management and services in astrophysics.

Open Science aims to give openly access to scientific data, software, expertise, services, publications and documentation. Astrophysics is often seen as the most advanced natural science in this context. But how FAIR and open are data and services of astrophysical experiments today? What steps still have to be taken and what tools are available to help making astrophysics even more open? These aspects will be discussed as a motivation to reflect on the openness of research and to advertise investment of effort. In addition, Volker Beckmann, astrophysicist, responsible for the development of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) initiative in France and member of the EOSC Association Advisory Board will show how the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) can help with the development and integration of Open Science solutions, and how the Horizon Europe program aims to support development.

The webinar is organised by Space Science Data Center of the Italian Space Agency, to join: Link to the Webinar room