Place: Conference AAU CPH, AC Meyers Vænge 15, 2450 Copenhagen

Free of charge

Attention: Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, the conference will be held with a limited number of attendants in Copenhagen. Presentations will be available online and it will be possible to take part in discussions online. You can sign up for either physical or online attendance.

The conference program is subject to change



November 18

11.30-12.30: Registration and lunch

12.30-13.00: Mogens Sandfær: Welcome and OPERA’s answer to “The Future of Open Research Analytics”

13.00-13.45: Keynote René von Schomberg: The European Commission answer to “The Future of Open Research Analytics”

13.45-14.00: Break

14.00-15.00: OPERA Research Analytics Platform: collaboration and assessment modules (WP1+WP4 leads)

15.00-15.30: Peter Mangiafico: RIALTO – Stanford’s Research Intelligence System: Mission, vision, approach, design, data, technology, results and remaining challenges

15.30-16.00: Coffee and network

16.00-17.00: Documenting and analyzing humanities and social sciences scholarship (WP2 lead)

17.00-17.30: Christian Herzog: An answer to documentation and analysis in SSH

17.30-19.00: Reception and network

November 19

09.30-10.15: Keynote Roberta Sinatra: Towards a Science of Science: findings, challenges, and future directions

10.15-10.30: Coffee

10.30-11.30: National Open Science research analytics – Pilot based on Dimensions++ (WP3 lead)
Brian Kirkegaard Lunn: Integrating global Dimensions data in NORA: identifying and improving data quality and data analysis

11.30-12.00: Tung Tung Chan: An answer to Open Science research analytics

12.00-12.45: Lunch and network

12.45-13.45: Open Science support (WP5 lead)

13.45-14.15: Isabella Peters: Reflections on open science metrics

14.15-14.30: Coffee

14.30-15.30: Panel discussion “Infrastructure and Incentives”:
Charlotte Wien (University of Southern Denmark ), John Renner Hansen (University of Copenhagen), Roberta Sinatra (IT University of Copenhagen) and Rolf Hvidtfeldt (Aalborg University)

15.30-15.40: Closing remarks