Wednesday 20 May 2020, 10:00 - 11:30
|Federica Tanlongo, EOSC-Pillar CEST
At the end of the year we will be in the midst of implementing the Minimum Viable EOSC. Does your country have the necessary national policies in place to ensure the success of the EOSC initiative? Which are your Country’s strengths and areas of improvement and how can you monitor the progresses?
The workshop will present the findings of a broad landscaping activity that took place in the previous months across all Member States and associated countries and which reveals the status of the Open Science policies landscape across Europe. Furthermore, it will identify and discuss relevant indicators that can help monitor the progresses in each country. Lastly, it will collect recommendations and support actions to ensure the Member States are ready to start and play a leading role in bringing Open Science forward at full speed as soon as the Minimum Viable EOSC is launched.
Country representatives from Ministries in the EOSC Governance Board, delegates from National Initiatives and opinion leaders from diverse user communities will participate in the interactive session and discuss this practical proposal to help making Europe ready for the future EOSC.
|Main target audience
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10:00-10:10 Introduction, Federica Tanlongo – EOSC-Pillar
10:10-10:50 Panel Discussion
Panellists: Ludek Matyska - EOSC Synergy; Biljana Kosanovic – NI4OS-Europe; Volker Beckman – EOSC-Pillar; Troels Rasmussen - EOSC-Nordic; Ignasi Labastida – University of Barcelona and CC Spain
10:50-11:30 Why do we need indicators? And what should we monitor?
|Relevant EOSC WGs