21 mars
Cours développement de carrière

Open Science and Research

Workshop organized with the MDC through ORION

This workshop will establish what Open Science is and why it is needed. There will be an overview of the main areas of Open Science: Open Access, Open Data, Public Engagement. In addition, there will be some practical tips on changes researchers can make towards Open Science, the potential career benefits of Open Science, and information on what resources the ORION project can provide.

Cours en Anglais
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In this highly interactive workshop, we will explore Open Science principles and how they relate to your day-to-day scientific practice.

You’ll walk out with a strong personal understanding of what Open Science is and with a set of actionable steps and resources for its implementation.

After the workshop you’ll know how to fully harness the potential of incorporating Open Science into your professional life.

Thèmes de recherche

Travail pratique

Atelier développement de carrière

Informations pratiques

Infos pratiques

Draft Agenda

  • 09: 30 Welcome and Introductions
  • 09: 40 Sociometry Icebreakers
  • 10:00 Open Science and You
  • 10:30 Open Science: the Big Picture
    • Card Cafe and Interview Activity
  • 11.15 Break
  • 11.30 Presentation: the what, why, how of Open Science
  • 12.15 Lunch
  • 13.15 Meet the expert
  • 13.45 Open Science Case Studies
  • 14.15 How you can apply Open Science in your career
    • Brain Thinking Exercise
  • 15:00 Break
  • 15.15 Open Science: An individual plan
  • 15.45 Discussion and Feedback
  • 16.15 End
Résultat de sélection
Il n'y a pas de frais d’inscription pour ce cours
Annexes BDD 1 & 2
11-13 rue Pierre & Marie Curie

Effectif maximum

20 personnes


20 participants

Conditions de selection

This workshop is open to PhD students, postdoctoral fellows, and researchers.




Dr. Emma Harris, Project Manager, Communications Department, MDC Berlin

Training Developer for ORION


Soutenu par


  • Direction de l'Enseignement - Institut Curie