Open Science online seminar: Practical Steps Towards Open and Reproducible Research
Practical Steps Towards Open and Reproducible Research
The 57th Helmholtz Open Science online seminar will take place on Wednesday, February 10, 2021 from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. The event focuses on a presentation by Dr. Heidi Seibold on how scientific results can easily be made both, open and reproducible.
Heidi Seibold is a group leader at Helmholtz AI. Her group "Open AI in Health" works on improving practices of open and reproducible research in artificial intelligence and health research. The event is open for all interested persons from the Helmholtz Association, as well as universities and other institutions. After the presentation there will be ample opportunity for open discussion. The event will last approximately one hour and will be held in English.
How to participate?
You can take part in the online seminar after registration using the following Zoom link: https://gfz-potsdam-de.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMsceyhqTovHdVybDFERLc01T4pfoJ4Ldx7.
A GDPR-compliant license of the video conference tool Zoom will be used for the online seminar. The event is free of charge.
Questions in advance
Questions can be submitted in advance via the following (anonymized) Cryptpad and will be answered in the course of the event: https://cryptpad.fr/pad/#/2/pad/edit/k2pGbrLIrv6MBctFXtIiFm6M/.
The slides will be published under CC BY 4.0 International on GFZpublic after the event.
A Factsheet with the key take-aways will be published under CC BY 4.0 International after the event.
Helmholtz Open Science Office:
Lea Maria Ferguson and Antonia Schrader