Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable research data – How and why to GO FAIR!
Professor Barend Mons from GO FAIR will share how his experiences as a researcher influence his engagements with GO FAIR and European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) work.
There is an increased awareness of data management in the research communities.
Avoiding data loss, increased knowledge production and innovation by combining data, and better research trough increased transparency and a higher level of reproducibility are but some of the expected benefits.
Funders are requiring research data to be made available as open as possible and FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable) has become the mantra, but what does FAIR mean in practice?
The University of Oslo has the pleasure to host Professor Barend Mons from GO FAIR, and he will share with us how his experiences as a researcher influence his engagements with GO FAIR and European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) work.
|14:15||Opening remarks - UiO and Open Science - Rector Professor Svein Stølen|
|14:20||GO FAIR and the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) - Professor Barend Mons|
Sharing of data in practice:
|15.30||Questions and closing remarks|
Barend Mons is a Professor in Bio-Semantics at the Department of Human Genetics at Leiden University. He is leading the international support and coordination office of the GO FAIR initiative. Following Professor Mons we will hear from UiO researchers on their experience with data sharing and about the UiO policy and guidelines for research data.
Anne Schad Bergsaker
The event will be hosted by Anne Schad Bergsaker who holds a PhD in Physics and currently work with research support at the University Center for Information Technology. To regular guests of the Science library she is a familiar face from the Abels Tårn radio show.