Track 1
  • Open science and research initiative in Finland: Persistency and infrastructure as backbone for openness, Juha Haataja, Ministry of Education and Culture, Finland

  •  An overview of research and practices of Open Science in Brazil, Patricia Henning, Federal University of the Rio de Janeiro State. [SlideShare Presentation]

  • Incentives, Integration, and Mediation: Sustainable Practices for Population RepositoriesIryna Kuchma, COAR

  • A review of Open Access publishing in Poland and Eastern Europe – a study by BioMed Central and Springer, Johanna Kuhn, BioMed Central

  • Open Access as an element of an “Open All” approach – policies and practicesAlek Tarkowski, Centrum Cyfrowe: Projekt Polska

  •  Analysis of the attitude within academic and research communities toward open science – a quantitative survey, Maciej Ostaszewski, National Information Processing Institute

  • Four Years of the Adam Mickiewicz University Repository – AMUR: Some Lessons and Reflections, Małgorzata Rychlik, Adam Mickiewicz University

  • OpenUJ. The origins of the Open Mandate building in the oldest university in Poland, Samuel Nowak, Konrad Gliściński, Jagiellonian University


Track 2
  •  Common Map of Academia: an open resource for data-driven scientometrics, Łukasz Bolikowski, University of Warsaw

  • Citizen technoscience. From Open hardware to non-formal scientific and technological practice, Marcin Zaród, University of Warsaw

  • Building Open Geospatial Science Network, Suchith Anand, University of Nottingham

  • Towards open science through opening research data: an institutional journey at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Elena Simukovic, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

  •  Enabling Re-Use and Sustainability: The role of information infrastructure funders for opening science, Angela Holzer, DFG – German Research Foundation/Knowledge Exchange

  • OpenAIRE: Science. Set Free, Iryna Kuchma, EIFL

  •  Legal Aspects of Open Science: the EU Perspective, Krzysztof Siewicz, University of Warsaw

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