[Oa-italia] OpenAIRE Webinar 9 giugno - Horizon2020 Open Research Data and Zenodo Repository

Paola Gargiulo p.gargiulo a cineca.it
Ven 5 Giu 2015 13:44:23 CEST

Cari colleghi,
per chi è interessato il giorno 9 giugno ci sarà un webinar gratuito in 
lingua inglese organizzato da OpenAIRE in collaborazione con  CERN, 
DANS,  Digital Curation Centre (UK)- FOSTER sul progetto pilota sui dati 
della ricerca previsto in Horizon 2020. Il webinar sarà centrato sul 
fornire informazioni utili e supporto che Zenodo (il data repository 
fornito dal CERN), OpenAIRE e il DDC in qualità di partner del progetto 
europeo FOSTER possono dare ai ricercatori, ai coordinatori e agli 
amministratori di progetti di Horizon 2020 per essere conformi ai 
requisiti del progetto.
In autunno, organizzaremo dei webinar anche in Italia.


Segue il programma e le istruzioni per registrarsi

        The Horizon 2020 Open Research Data Pilot and the ZENODO data
        repository: an OpenAIRE Webinar

Date and time: 9 June 2015, 11:00 CEST

Target audience: researchers, project coordinators and research 


A new development in Horizon 2020 is the Open Research Data Pilot, which 
aims to improve and maximise access to the research data generated by 
EU-funded projects. Benefits of taking an active approach to research 
data management include increased speed and ease of access, efficiency 
(fund once, reuse many times), and improved quality and transparency of 

Join our webinar led by:

  * Martin Donnelly (Digital Curation Centre at the University of
    Edinburgh, and the EU FOSTER project),
  * Elly Dijk and Marjan Grootveld (Data Archiving and Networked
    Services (DANS)), and
  * Lars Holm Nielsen (CERN)

to learn what you need to know in order to comply with the Horizon 2020 
Open Research Data Pilot, and how FOSTER, Zenodo and OpenAIRE can help.

Projects participating in the EC Open Research Data Pilot include:

  * Future and Emerging Technologies
  * Research infrastructures – part e-Infrastructures
  * Leadership in enabling and industrial technologies – Information and
    Communication Technologies
  * Societal Challenge: Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy – part Smart
    cities and communities
  * Societal Challenge: Climate Action, Environment, Resource Efficiency
    and Raw materials – with the exception of raw materials topics
  * Societal Challenge: Europe in a changing world – inclusive,
    innovative and reflective Societies
  * Science with and for Society

Areas, or sub-areas of, or individual projects funded under Horizon 2020 
and not covered by the scope of the Pilot may also ‘opt-in’ on a 
voluntary basis, and the EC expects its policy for future funding 
programmes to be informed by the results of the pilot.

Registration: Registration is free. Please sign up via 
To participate: The participation link is 

You will need an internet-connected computer with sound (and maybe 
headphones if you are in a busy room).
To check if your computer will be able to access the session 
successfully, please visit www.instantpresenter.com/systemtest 

About the presenters:
The Digital Curation Centre <http://www.dcc.ac.uk/>has been a UK centre 
of expertise in data management and digital curation since 2004. It is a 
partner in the FOSTER <http://www.fosteropenscience.eu/>project, an EU 
initiative which aims to grow skills and awareness around Open Science, 
including Open Access to publications and Open Data.

OpenAIRE <https://www.openaire.eu/> implements the Horizon 2020 Open 
Access mandate for publications and its Open Research Data Pilot. It 
also assists in monitoring Horizon 2020 research outputs and is a key 
infrastructure for reporting Horizon 2020's scholarly publications. 50 
partners, from all EU countries, and beyond, collaborate on this 
large-scale initiative that aims to promote open scholarship and 
substantially improve the discoverability and reusability of research 
publications and data. The OpenAIRE infrastructure interacts with a wide 
range of research output sources, and interconnects research results 
(publication and data), linking them to processes that produced them 
(scientific software, work-flows, services, instruments) and releasing 
them for everyone to see, reuse, and reproduce.

ZENODO <http://zenodo.org/>is an easy-to-use and innovative service that 
enables researchers,  EU projects and research institutions to share and 
showcase multidisciplinary research results (data and publications) that 
are not part of existing institutional or subject-based repositories.
ZENODO enables users to:

  * easily share the long tail of small datasets in a wide variety of
    formats, including text, spreadsheets, audio, video, and images
    across all fields of science;
  * display and curate research results, get credited by making the
    research results citable, and integrate them into existing reporting
    lines to funding agencies like the European Commission;
  * easily access and reuse shared research results.

ZENODO also assigns a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) to all publicly 
available uploads, in order to make content easily and uniquely citable.

Paola Gargiulo
International Business Development Unit
IT Solutions for Institutional Research
Via R. Sanzio 4, I-20090 Segrate MI, Italy
email:p.gargiulo a cineca.it
phone +39 02 26995-218
mobile + 39 328 9507 128
skype paolafoca

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