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Open Research Data – are we on track?

Heure

15:00 - 17:00

Lieu de l'événement

Hotel Kreuz, Zeughausgasse 41, Bern

The aim of Open Research Data (ORD) is to make scientific data available in a transparent way as well as for reproducibility and reuse purposes. Switzerland published its ORD Strategy in 2021, and an Action Plan in 2022. With the experience gained so far, it is time to reflect on these developments: How well is ORD accepted, implemented and applied? What intended benefits could have been realised so far? Are risks and challenges well accounted for?

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Please register until 20 May 2024.

Programme

Moderation: Karin Frei, Commonground Communications

15h00
Welcome
Philippe Moreillon, President of the Swiss Academy of Sciences

15:05
Why do we need ORD?
Evie Vergauwe, Chair of the ORD Prize Jury, Steering board member of the Swiss Reproducibility Network, University of Geneva

15:25
AI and ORD: opportunities and challenges
Christophe Dessimoz, Executive Director of Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Head of Elixir Switzerland

15:45
The Lotus initiative (ORD Prize 2023)
Adriano Rutz, Institute of Molecular Systems Biology, ETH Zurich

15:55
Panel

16:55
Conclusions
Barbara König, Vice-President of the Swiss Academy of Sciences

17:00
Apéro

Catégories

  • Open Science