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National Tripartite Event: Belgium

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On the 16th of April, the Belgian presidency cordially invites the Belgian and European Open Science Community to take part in the National EOSC tripartite event. This event follows the EOSC Partnership’s European Tripartite Event taking place on the same day.

The ambition of the European Open Science Cloud, known as EOSC, is to develop a ‘Web of FAIR Data and Services’ for science in Europe. Within a federated ‘system of systems’ approach it is the aim to provide European researchers from all scientific disciplines a multi-disciplinary environment where they can publish, find and reuse data, tools and services for research, innovation and educational purposes.

The goal of this event is to bring together the Belgian and European Open Science community and exchange best practices in the field of Open Science and Open Data. Participants will be given the opportunity to present posters of ongoing projects and activities related to Open Science and integration in the European Open Science Cloud during a networking lunch.

Furthermore, there will be plenty of time for discussion and exchange of views during the afternoon session, including an intervention of the European Tripartite, a keynote on ethics in Open Science and a panel session on ongoing projects in the field of Open Science in Belgium.

Programme

The day will end in the evening with a reception.

  • 11:30-13:30: Networking lunch and poster session
  • 13:45-17:30: Belgian National Tripartite Event
    • Intervention of European tripartite (Commission, EOSC Association and member and associated countries involved in the EOSC Steering Board)
    • Keynote Sabina Leonelli (philosopher of science, University of Exeter, UK)
    • Panel on Belgian projects in Open Science
    • Announcement of public choice poster session
  • 17:30-20h: reception with continued poster session

 

To register for the event, create an account at: https://delegates.belgium24.eu/secured/login. Once your account has been created, you will receive a confirmation email. Follow the link, log in, and then enter the following code: BE_EU2024_342.xs8>>K(EXhhi

Call for posters

Would you like to promote your project / initiative / network at this event? Then forward your application by email to eu2024@belspo.be with the subject: EOSC BE NTE Call for Posters.

Additional visibility will be given to the five projects, initiatives and workshops that have attracted the most public attention.

Applications (maximum 2 pages) should include the following:

  • A description of the institution coordinating the project
  • A brief description of the project
  • The link with the Belgian Open Science community

Criteria for posters :

  • Available under a CC By
  • Royalty-free, so that they can be distributed for promotional purposes, including on social media and on the website.
  • A0 format

Please note the following deadlines:

  • Submission deadline: 16/02/2024
  • Announcement of selection: 29/02/2024
  • Deadline for confirmation of participation: 08/03/2024

The selection of posters by the organizers (Belspo, EWI and FW-B) will take into account their relevance to the Belgian Open Science community and the regional diversity of the projects.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • EOSC implementation challenges solutions in Belgium:
    • Interoperability
    • FAIR metrics & Certification
    • Metadata and ontologies
    • PIDs
    • Software
    • User/Resource Provider environments
  • The promotion of FAIR Data and the development of software and hardware solutions
  • Public engagement and citizen science
  • Strengthening and upskilling the R&I workforce in the development of Open Science and open data solutions including:
    • Reward and recognition
    • Skills and training
  • The role of data stewardship in the promotion of Open Science and skill transferal
  • The role of emerging technologies including AI in Open Science
  • Best practices regarding Open Science
  • Examples of new, hitherto unseen developments made possible by Open Science/data practices
  • The role of Open Science activities in evaluating research and researchers
  • Road maps and strategies for promoting Open Science
  • Open Science in support of Grand Societal challenges, particularly in relation to the five mission areas of Horizon Europe, Health and the Digital transition