Atelier science ouverte UNESCO-FOSTER destiné aux doctorants

Quand, heure locale: 
Jeudi, 23 Avril 2015 - 9:00am au Vendredi, 24 Avril 2015 - 5:00pm
Où: 
France, Paris
Type d’événement: 
Catégorie 7-Séminaire et atelier
Contact: 
Bhanu Neupane (Tel. +33-1 45 68 43 65)

L'UNESCO et FP7 FOSTER organisent un atelier de deux jours au siège de l'UNESCO, à Paris, pour une vingtaine d'administrateurs d'école diplomés des écoles doctorales d'ingénierie, de bioscience et de la marine de l'ensemble de l'espace européen de la recherche, avec pour objectif l'élaboration d'une feuille de route pour l'inclusion de la science ouverte dans le programme de formation doctorale, avec un accent sur la formation à la recherche de excellence.
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Open Science is now part of many research funders philosophy due to its core contribution to Reproducibility, Access and Re-use of research results, as well as Knowledge Transfer to the knowledge-based industry. Open Science can make meaningful contribution to institutional research strategies based on research excellence, education and innovation (and societal impact).

At individual career level, Open Science can help graduates place their research in societal context, increase the societal impact of their research (thus aligning themselves with the evolving Research Excellence Framework 2020), as well as raise research funding more competitively (http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.12247 ).

Such “soft skills” can lead to hard career impact, if they are a part of the curriculum alongside research excellence.

The UNESCO-FOSTER Workshop invites Doctoral School professionals to construct a road map for making Open Science certifiable and standard training for future graduates. The workshop will include brief presentations followed by group work to provide institutional capacity to train graduates and stimulate to including Open Science in the curriculum.