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New Seminar Series on Open Science

The Aarhus Reproducibility and Open Science (AROS) Seminar aims at bringing together researchers interested in the topic of open science

2021.04.09 | Anne-Mette Pedersen

The seminar focuses on open science as transparent and accessible knowledge that is shared through collaborative networks. It covers topics related to open access, open data, reproducibility, open evaluation (e.g., open peer review), open science policies, and open science tools. The seminar also focuses on topics related to fostering diversity and inclusion.

The seminar (hosted by the Center for Integrative Business Psychology, CIBP) is directed at both novices, as well as experts in open science. We attempt to cover a broad range of topics inviting experts representing different disciplines of the social sciences, thereby emphasizing the multidisciplinarity of the seminar. Seminars will take different formats, including expert talks, workshops, or discussions, and will be held twice a month. 

The first talk will be held by IMC’s Carsten Bergenholtz on Friday, April 16th, at 13:00, presenting a collaborative approach to conceptualizing open innovation in science research. You can find the event here.

Seminars Spring 2021

  • 16.04.2021 – Carsten Bergenholtz (Aarhus University) – The Open Innovation in Science Research Field: A Collaborative Conceptualisation Approach
  • 23.04.2021 – Tamarinde Haven (Charité Berlin) – Preregistering Qualitative Research
  • 07.05.2021 – Kenneth Enevoldsen (Aarhus University) – How to create better plots with ggplot2
  • 21.05.2021 – Giuliana Spadaro (VU Amsterdam) – Machine-Readable Science Accelerates
  • Research Synthesis: The Cooperation Databank
  • 04.06.2021 – Alexander Wuttke (University of Mannheim) – Observing many researchers using the same data and hypothesis reveals a hidden universe of uncertainty
  • 18.06.2021 – Rima-Maria Rahal (Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods) – Open and Transparent Research in the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond

You can also read more about the AROS Seminar, and find upcoming events here: https://psy.au.dk/cibp/open-science-seminar/