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Open Science Festival 2023

#OSF2023DE - informieren, mitdiskutieren und sich inspirieren lassen

Am 04. und 05. Juli 2023 fand in Köln die zweite Ausgabe des Deutschen Open Science Festivals statt.

Unter dem Motto „Meet. Share. Inspire. Care.“ – übernommen vom Open Science Festivals in Amsterdam –, bot das Festival ein abwechslungsreiches Programm aus Keynote-Vorträgen, Panel-Diskussionen, Ignite Talks, einem offenen Marketplace und zahlreichen Workshops mit nationalen und internationalen Expert:innen aus der Open Science Community.

Vorbild für das Festival ist das Open Science Festival in den Niederlanden.

Mit 160 Anmeldungen war die Veranstaltung vollständig ausverkauft. Mehrere lokale Partner kooperierten bei der Organisation: die Universitäts- und Stadtbibliothek Köln (USB), die Universität zu Köln, das Institut für Biomedizinische Informatik (IMI), das Alternsforschungs-Exzellenzcluster CECAD der Universität zu Köln sowie ZB MED – Infor­mations­zentrum Lebens­wissen­schaften, das mit dem Festival auch sein 50. Jubiläum beging.

Das nächste Deutsche Open Science Festival findet am 17. und 18. September 2024 in Mainz statt: #OSF2024DE

Aftermovie Open Science Festival 2023

Dokumentation Open Science Festival 2023

Die Publikationen werden sukzessive erweitert. Die Verlinkungen zu den Publikationen und Videos sind auch bei den einzelnen Programmpunkten zu finden. 

Programm Open Science Festival 2023

Keynote 04. Juli What ist the meaning of Open Science?
Dr. Benedikt Fecher, Geschäftsführer Wissenschaft im Dialog, ORCID: 0000-0002-0982-196X 

There are various meanings associated with Open Science, ranging from a democratic movement to a neoliberal campaign. These meanings are so contradictory that one could argue that Open Science has no meaning at all. It is worthwhile to reverse the question and examine how meaning emerges through openness. In my presentation, I will explain how these different meanings of Open Science have emerged, introduce a framework for openness as meaning making and explain how adopting this pragmatic approach to Open Science can help shape research in the best interest of both science and society.
Keynote 05. Juli Open Research in Practice: Iterating between Ideas, Communities and Societal Impact
Dr. Daniel Mietchen, FIZ Karlsruhe - Leibniz Institute for Information Infrastructure und Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB); ORCID 0000-0001-9488-1870 
Panel 04. Juli Open Science from global perspectives

Nino Pavliashvili, Director of National Science Library of Georgia, Tbilisi/Georgia
Héctor Tuy, Academic researcher and Technical Coordinator on climate change adaptation and rural development at GIZ, Guatemala City/Guatemala, ORCID: 0000-0002-5963-6607
Prince Edem Samoh, Researcher and Laboratory Technician at Ashesi University and Open Bioeconomy Lab, Berekuso/Ghana, ORCID: 0000-0003-1786-1416
Moderation: Dr. Eva Seidlmayer, Research fellow at ZB MED, Cologne/Germany, ORCID: 0000-0001-7258-0532

Realizing Open Science does not have the same conditions in all places. How do scientists and communities from different regions contribute to the global knowledge commons and how do they use it? What is the impact of different financial capabilities of scientific institutions, for example with regard to high Open Access article processing charges? And how can we learn from each other about potentials and solutions?
With experts from three continents, the panel discussion will focus on perspectives on Open Science from different global angles. We would like to hear from the speakers for what they use open data and open publications and where they see challenges in their context. Also, we will discuss the problem of difficult visa approval for researchers to attend conferences as a obstacle of Open Science. 
Panel 05. Juli Data rush in the wild: Real-life and Real-world data for research 

Prof. Dr. Oya Beyan, Biomedical Informatics Institute, Medical Faculty, Cologne University and University Hospital Cologne; ORCID 0000-0001-7611-3501
Dr. Daniel Mietchen, FIZ Karlsruhe - Leibniz Institute for Information Infrastructure und Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB); ORCID 0000-0001-9488-1870 ; 
Prof. Dr. Ingvill Constanze Ødegaard, GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences; ORCID 0000-0002-5481-3432
Edit Herczog, Director General, Vision & Values; ORCID 0000-0002-2930-5401
Julia Gehrmann, Biomedical Informatics Institute, Medical Faculty, Cologne University and University Hospital Cologne; ORCID 0000-0002-4101-5458

Real-world data is the new oil. If we get it, our research and AI models will outperform the ones designed with less data. However, real-life and real-world data come with many hurdles such as heterogeneity, quality, scarcity, ethical data use, and more. In this panel researchers from different communities will discuss opportunities and challenges along the research data cycle including data collection, sharing, ethics, and interdisciplinary and international cooperation. In our panel, we will host established researchers who have experience in data sharing and reuse, as well as early-career researchers who struggle to use real-world data for their daily work. We will share our experiences and learn from each other.
Ignite Talks Ignite Talks: Open Science Success and Horror Stories
  • Dr. Jens Dierkes, University and City Library of Cologne (USB): Ignite what and why
  • Marc Jekel, University of Cologne: Transparent Scrubbing - The Open Science Edition
    Präsentation DOI: 10.4126/FRL01-006453189
  • Dr. Rima-Maria Rahal, Max Planck Institute for Research in Collective Goods: Good research needs good working conditions
    Präsentation DOI: 10.4126/FRL01-006453191
  • Franciska Heenes, University and City Library of Cologne (USB): Collaborative writing, publishing and open peer review
  • Hannes Wünsche, Robert Koch Institut: FAIR Open Data mit Github und Zenodo
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