Event: Open Science Afternoon & UH Open Science Award
Time: Friday, 29 October 2021 at 13.00-15.00
Venue: Think Corner Stage (Yliopistonkatu 4) and Online (stream link)
Open Science Afternoon 2021 - Open Data Matters!
13.00-13.10 Opening words by Iina Hepolehto, Helsinki University Library, Datasupport
13.10-13.35 Presentation: Antti Karkman, Postdoctoral Researcher (University of Helsinki): Confessions of data parasite
13.35-14.00 Presentation: Matias Heino, Doctoral Candidate (Aalto University): Open data in researching the impacts of climate change and variability across global croplands
14.00-14.10 Video: Molecular Clusters / Jakub Kubečka, Ivo Neefjes & Vitus Besel and introduction: Ivo Neefjes
14.10-14.15 The University of Helsinki Open Science Award 2021, Director of Finnish Museum of Natural History Aino Juslén and University Librarian Kimmo Tuominen
14.15-14.40 Words by the winner of the University of Helsinki Open Science Award 2021
14.40-14.50 Closing words and wrap-up
- Registration for those who attend the event on site at Think Corner (limited audience, special arrangements): https://redcap.link/k30m1n9w No need to register if you follow the online streaming.
- The stream link to the Think Corner event: https://tiedekulmamedia.helsinki.fi/fi/web/tiedekulma/player/webcast?playerId=38521893&eventId=125180876
- Ask open questions in Presemo before or during the event: https://presemo.helsinki.fi/oa2021
The Event & Idea
The event will be at the international Open Access Week on 29th October 2021 at Think Corner and online. The theme of the Open Science Afternoon and the University of Helsinki Open Science Award 2021 is accessibility and reusability of research data.
Helsinki University Open Science Award for the year 2021 will be granted at Open Science Afternoon. This year, the University of Helsinki will award grassroots work in enabling and promoting the use of valuable research data, and the people and projects involved.
The Event is open for anyone interested in the topic.