February 6th 2020: Faculty of Science

When: February 6th, 2020
Where: Mezzanine, Minnaert Building, Leuvenlaan 4, Utrecht
How: The symposium is free, please register HERE.


12.00 – 13.00 FREE lunch

13.00 – 13.15  opening: Isabel Arends (Dean) & Anna-Lena Lamprecht (OSCU Faculty Ambassador)

13.15 – 13.45  Keynote: Eric van Sebille (Institute for Marine and Atmospheric research, Department of Physics):

“The road towards a radically open science”

Global society is rapidly changing. Scientists cannot simply
keep doing science as we’ve always done. To stay relevant, we need to
change every aspect of our research: planning our research through
co-creation with the broader society; conducting our research in a fully
transparent, inclusive and collaborative way; openly communicating our
research to peers and the broader public; and getting recognised and
rewarded in an unbiased way. Society rightly demands radically open
science. The tools and ideas for this radically open science are in
place, now it’s up to us as a scientific community to embrace them. But
where can we expect the roadblocks and the pitfalls on this road to a
radically open science? And how do we circumvent them? Who are our
allies and who can we expect to hold us back? In this presentation, I
will try to sketch the landscape of open science, so that we can better
map the road ahead.

13.45 – 14.00 break (infomarket)

14.00 – 14.45  Open Science in practise – round 1

Wouter van Joolingen (Freudenthal Institute, Department of Mathematics):
“Evidence based vs evidence informed, how to make research accessible
for practitioners?”

Tzviya Zeev-Ben-Mordehai (Bijvoet Center for Biomolecular Research,
Department of Chemistry): Sharing macromolecular structures

Sanli Faez (Debye Institute for Nanomaterials Science, Department of
Physics): Open Hardware

14.45 – 15.00 break (infomarket)

15.00 – 15.45 Open Science in practice – round 2

Enrico Mastrobattista (Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences): The
Reproducibility Crisis in the Life and Pharmaceutical sciences

Laura Dijkhuizen (Department of Biology): Open Labjournals, Use of
GitHub for Opening Science

Armel Lefebvre (Department of Information and Computing Sciences):
Computational Reproducibility and Lab Forensics

16.00 – 16.15 closing remarks

16.15 – 17.00 drinks