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Open Science WORKSHOP
Faculty of Law, 23 January 2020

Organized by the Commission for Research and Development Work of the University of Ljubljana and OpenAIRE-Advance.National Open Access Desk.
Venue: Faculty of Law of the University of Ljubljana, Poljanski nasip 2, Ljubljana (map)
Participation at the workshop at the premises of the Faculty of Law is free of charge, but registration is needed.
Workshop will be videostreamed to this web page and video available in Archived events after the workshop.
Registration is not needed to watch videostreaming.
Presentations of speakers will be published within the programme below.
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PROGRAMME

PLENARY (GOLDEN HALL)
Videostreaming:
 - before the break at https://youtu.be/ZWcK3ig2RqI
 - after the break at https://youtu.be/a1mfZNRduQE

Chair: Prof Dr Gregor Majdič, Chair of the Commission for Research and Development Work

9.00-9.20         Open science, Prof Dr Gregor Majdič, Veterinary Faculty of the University of Ljubljana

9.20-9.50         Opportunities of HPC RIVR Project for Slovenian researchers, Prof Dr Zoran Ren, University of Maribor

9.50-10.10       ELES Diagnostics and Analitics Center, Dr Uroš Kerin, ELES 
                           [ELES Company is in charge of the Slovenia’s electric power transmission system]

10.10-10.40     FAIR assessment of research data, Dr Anusuriya Devaraju, MARUM - University of Bremen

10.40-11.10     Break

11.10-11.40     EOSC, its Community and Governance, Mr Andrea Grisilla, Technopolis Group

11.40-12.05     Social Sciences and Humanities Open Cloud (SSHOC)
                            Mrs Irena Vipavc Brvar, MSc, Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Ljubljana

12.05-12.30     Open cloud for the European life science, biological and medical research (EOSC-Life)
                           
Assist Prof Dr Branimir L Leskošek, Faculty of Medicine of the University of Ljubljana

12.30-13.30     Break

PARALLEL SESSION SOCIAL SCIENCES, HUMANITIES (SEMINAR 5)
Videostreaming at https://youtu.be/kTjydjtlHGc

13.30-15.00     Chair: Prof Dr Maja Bučar, Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Ljubljana
                            
                             Research Data Management in MiCREATE H2020 project
                              Mr Peter Čerče, Science and Research Centre Koper

                             Tools and services in the EOSC:
                              CESSDA ERICSocial Science Data Archives
                               Assist Prof Dr Janez Štebe, Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Ljubljana
                              CLARIN ERICCLARIN Slovenia
                               Assoc Prof Dr Darja Fišer, Faculty of Arts of the University of Ljubljana
                               Dr Tomaž Erjavec, Jožef Stefan Institute
                              DARIAH ERICDARIAH-SI
                               Dr Jurij Hadalin, Institute of Contemporary History
                               Dr Andrej Pančur, Institute of Contemporary History

PARALLEL SESSION NATURAL SCIENCES, TECHNICS, BIOTECHNICS, MEDICINE (GOLDEN HALL)
Videostreaming at https://youtu.be/7AqaTnj-xpQ

13.30-15.00     Chair: Prof Dr Gregor Majdič, Veterinary Faculty of the University of Ljubljana

                             Data Management Plan, FAIR and open research data
                             Assist Prof Dr Sebastian Dahle, Biotechnical Faculty of the University of Ljubljana

                             Research data management of renewable materials and products
                             Dr Ana Slavec, InnoRenew CoE

                             Tools and services in the EOSC:
                             ELIXIR Slovenia
                             Assist Prof Dr Branimir L Leskošek, Faculty of Medicine of the University of Ljubljana


ABOUT SPEAKERS

Mr Peter Čerče,
Senior Assistant, is a head of the Science and Research Centre Koper Library, of the Centre for IT and Infrastructural Research Support, and of the Infrastructure Programme of the Science and Research Centre Koper. Mr Čerče is administrator of the Open Journal Systems supported Annales Scientific Publishing House and technical editor of the journal »Annales Kinesiologiae«.

Assist Prof Dr Sebastian Dahle
is Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at the Biotechnical Faculty of the University of Ljubljana. In his research, he is employing non-thermal plasmas for gas cleaning and gas processing as well as for the modification and coating of surfaces. The PlasmaSolution MSCA H2020 project will implement the new Plasma-Enhanced Chemical Solution Deposition (PECSD) technique for coating of wood and wood-based substrates.

Dr Anusuriya Devaraju is a data scientist at PANGAEA (University of Bremen), one of partners of the FAIRsFAIR project. She has a strong interest and proven R&D experience in data integration and discovery. Her research interests lie at the intersection of Computer Science and Earth & Environmental Science, in particular on developing and implementing techniques and tools that enable the integration and discovery of scientific research objects such as datasets and specimens.

Dr Tomaž Erjavec is a Senior Researcher in the Department of Knowledge Technologies of the Jožef Stefan Institute. His research interests are text corpora and other language resources, digital humanities, standardisation of text encoding, language technologies for Slovene, machine learning methods for natural language, and computational morphology. He acts as the national coordinator of the Slovenian research infrastructure CLARIN.SI.

Assoc Prof Dr Darja Fišer is teaching at the Department of Translation of the Faculty of Arts of the University of Ljubljana, and is a Senior Research Fellow at the Department of Knowledge Technologies of the Jožef Stefan Institute. Her research interests are non-standard language processing, computational lexical semantics, language resources for Slovene corpus linguistics, and translation technologies. She acts as a CLARIN ERIC Vice Executive Director of User Involvement and is involved with other international and national initiatives.

Mr Andrea Grisilla is Senior Consultant at Technopolis Group and Project Manager and Coordinator of the EOSCsecretariat.eu project. In the 27 EU funded projects (especially FP7, CIP, IEE, ERASMUS+, and Horizon 2020) he has guaranteed the coordination of tasks, work and outputs among project partners as well as the legal and financial management of the funded initiatives according to EU rules for grants.
 
Assist Prof Dr Jurij Hadalin is researching the Slovenian and Yugoslav political history after the year 1945 at the Institute of Contemporary History, and teaches on the history of totalitarian and authoritarian ideologies and the Balkans at the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Primorska. He acts as the DARIAH-SI National Coordinator.

Dr Uroš Kerin is Assistant Director of ELES' Division for Asset Management and Project Management, Head of the Diagnostics and Analytics Center, and Chair of the ELES’ Research and Scientific Committee for University Cooperation. Dr Kerin has ample experience in managing and technically leading projects as well as consulting in Slovenia and abroad.

Assist Prof Dr Branimir L Leskošek is a researcher and teacher at the Institute for Biostatistics and Medical Informatics of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Ljubljana, and Head of ELIXIR Slovenia Node that provides data resources and computer infrastructure as well as tools for specific biomedical domains.

Prof Dr Gregor Majdič is Chair of the Commission for Research and Development Work of the University of Ljubljana. He is professor of physiology at the Veterinary Faculty of the University of Ljubljana and at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Maribor. His research is mainly in the field of molecular neuroendocrinology (functioning of genes and hormones, mostly in connection with the brain). He is co-founder of a spin-off Slovenian biotechnology company Animacel for stem cell treatment of domestic animals and also writes popular science articles as well as books.

Dr Andrej Pančur is a Research Fellow at the Institute of Contemporary History, a manager of Slovenian Historiography Research Infrastructure programme, and active in the digital humanities. He is researching economic and social history of the Slovenian territory in the Habsburg monarchy in the 19th century, and the history of transnational relationships.

Prof Dr Zoran Ren is Vice-Rector for Science and Research of the University of Maribor, full Professor at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the University of Maribor in the fields Construction and Mechanics, and the HPC RIVR Project Manager. Prof Ren is an expert in complex computer modelling and simulations, high-performance calculations, modelling of fast transients in solids, machine elements construction as well as development and characterisation of cellular metamaterials. He is a visiting professor and researcher at a number of foreign universities and successfully cooperates with industry in Slovenia and abroad.

Dr Ana Slavec is a consulting statistician and researcher at the InnoRenew CoE Renewable Materials and Healthy Environments Research and Innovation Centre of Excellence. She is the RDA Ambassador for Engineering/Renewable Materials, the coordinator of the Open Science Working Group at the European Council of Doctoral Candidates and Junior Researchers (Eurodoc), and a member of the European Open Science Cloud FAIR Working Group.

Assist Prof Dr Janez Štebe is Head of Social Science Data Archives at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Ljubljana. He advises on FAIR and open research data and their preservation and participates in numerous international and national projects on research data infrastructures.

Mrs Irena Vipavc Brvar, MSc, is an expert in data archiving of quantitative studies in social sciences. She is employed with the Social Science Data Archives at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the University of Ljubljana. She designed and lead numerous workshops on research data management and quality, use of domestic and international data archives and similar. She participates in bigger international projects and is CESSDA ERIC Training WG Leader.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

OPEN SCIENCE
Open Science
Open Science Policy Platform Recommendations

SUPERCOMPUTERS
Slovenian National Supercomputing Network

EUROPEAN OPEN SCIENCE CLOUD (EOSC)
Open science, innovation and data - Building EOSC together
What can researchers and research networks get from EOSC?
EOSC Symposium 2019, Budapest, 26-28 November 2019, presentation Rules of participation as part of the EOSC process and sessions EOSC Use Cases, Skills development for EOSC, EOSC as a Federation
EOSC governance boards come together in Milan to move EOSC forward
The «EOSC-5b» projects: quick update
Project National Initiatives for Open Science in Europe (NI4OS-Europe)
Project EOSCsecretariat.eu, presentation

RESEARCH DATA
Sharing research data: a FAIRytale?
The FAIR Guiding Principles for scientific data management and stewardship
Tree camps, one destination: the intersections of research data management, FAIR and Open
Research Data Management Handbook A primer on managing your research data
OpenAIRE Guiding you in open science
Open Research Data and Data Management Plans: Information for ERC grantees
Research Data Management and Legal issues related to research data
Research data management (RDM) open training materials 
Data Carpentry
Registry of Research Data Repositories (re3data.org)
FAIRsharing is part of ELIXIR infrastructure
Project Fostering Fair Data Practices in Europe (FAIRsFAIR)
GO FAIR
Research Data Alliance Node Slovenia
Cost of not having FAIR research data

 

OpenAIRE-Advance project receives funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 777541.