Presentations - Open Science MeetUp 12.2.2018

12/02/2018

Open Science MeetUp

 

12.2.2018

 

Israel Innovation Authority - ISERD

Einstein Hall, 4th floor

4 Hayarden St., Airport City

  

The purpose of the event is to gather  all Israeli entities in which promote Open Science.
To learn together about the IsraelI Open Science Policy and the various initiatives that are working to achieve it.

 

AGENDA

 

08:30 - 09:00

Registration

09:00 - 09:15

Host welcome words and meeting goals

Attendees Introductions 

Mrs. Nili Shalev, ISERD

                                Open Science Policy

09:15 – 10:15

From Open Access to Open Science Policies

Dr. Victoria Tsoukala (European Commission, DG Research & Innovation)

On Line Webinar - Recording

10:15 – 10:30

The Council for Higher Education’s Five-Year Plan

Dr. Naomi Beck / Ari Stone (VATAT)

10:30 – 11:00

Coffee Break

                             Open Access Publishing and Researchers Needs

11:00 – 11:20

Negotiating Licenses for Israeli Academia –

sustainable OA business models

Dr. Sigal Lahav Scher (MALMAD)

11:20 – 11:40

Open Science and Research Impact:

New Roles and Opportunities for Academic Libraries.

Elena Yaroshenko (Technion)

11:40 – 12:00

The CRIS Project

Prof. Gad Rabinovitch (BGU)

12:00 – 12:20

Open Science - Open Access and Open Data –

(Legal) Barriers and Suggested Solutions

Dalit Ken-Dror Feldman (University of Haifa)

12:20 – 12:50

Lunch

                                   Israeli Participation in EU Projects

12:50 – 13: 05

EU Open Science and IUCC – Geant and PRACE

Hank Nussbacher (IUCC)

13:05 – 13:15

Up2U, Tempus Projects

Eli Shmueli (IUCC)

13:15 – 13: 35

What is EOSC?

Prof. Daphne Raban (University of Haifa)

13:35 – 13:55

The OpenAire Project

Dr. Simcha Meir, BIU

     13:55 - 14:05

 Mr Prof. Barend Mons

GO-FAIR

Recording

 

 

For More Information -  Contact ISERD RI Team:

Dr. Nili Mandelblit – Department Manager

nili@iserd.org.il

03-5118120

 

Dikla Lankry Timnah - RI NCP

Dikla@iserd.org.il

03-5118191   

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