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24
Apr
2024

Swiss Year of Scientometrics - Lecture 4

04-24-2024
Swiss Year of Scientometrics - Lecture 4

Openness of research information: Democratizing the use of scientometrics

Ludo Waltman will discuss developments in the Netherlands and the continued efforts to promote responsible research assessment and open science. The focus of the talk is the transition to new scientometrics and specifically how this can be achieved through open research information.

24
Apr
2024

OPERAS Conference 2024

04-24-2024 - 04-26-2024
OPERAS Conference 2024

Opening Collaboration for Community-Driven Scholarly Communication

This conference is organised by the OPERAS-PLUS project to support the development of the OPERAS Research Infrastructure, supporting open scholarly communication for Social Sciences and Humanities in the European Research Area and to open up collaboration and facilitate exchange.

You can see the full program here

You can also register here

15
May
2024

CRIS 2024

05-15-2024 - 05-17-2024
CRIS 2024

Emerging trends for international collaboration in the CRIS domain

CRIS 2024 is organised by euroCRIS in cooperation with the RIS Synergy Project and with friendly support of TU Wien and the University of Vienna.

CRIS 2024, the sixteenth biennial conference by euroCRIS in collaboration with the RIS Synergy Project, TU Wien, and the University of Vienna, focuses on enhancing the accessibility of research information systems in Europe.

It caters to a wide audience, including research managers, evaluators, librarians, ICT professionals, and policymakers. euroCRIS, a non-profit association of CRIS experts, also oversees the Common European Research Information Format (CERIF).

22
May
2024

Stronger Together | EURASHE 33RD Annual Conference

05-22-2024 - 05-23-2024
Stronger Together | EURASHE 33RD Annual Conference

FOSTERING TRANSNATIONAL COOPERATION IN APPLIED UNIVERSITIES

With a focus on collobration and cooperation the EURASHE 33rd conference will bring together a number of different stakeholders from the Higher Education community to discuss and draft a shared path on relevant topics for the present and the future of education. 

See the full programme and book your spot!

23
May
2024

Research Evaluation in the Social Sciences and Humanities Conference 2024

05-23-2024 - 05-24-2024
Research Evaluation in the Social Sciences and Humanities Conference 2024

Open Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences: Evaluation, Infrastructure and Practices

The conference, held in Galway, Ireland on May 23-24, encourages discussions on SSH research evaluation, including topics like open access, data protection, and multilingualism in scholarly publication.

For more details, visit the conference website.

26
May
2024

Natural Scientific Language Processing and Research Knowledge Graphs

05-26-2024
Natural Scientific Language Processing and Research Knowledge Graphs

1st workshop on Natural Scientific Language Processing and Research Knowledge Graphs

The 1st Workshop on Natural Scientific Language Processing and Research Knowledge Graphs (NSLP) aims to bring together researchers working on the processing, analysis, transformation and making-use-of scientific language and Research Knowledge Graphs including all relevant sub-topics. 

02
Jun
2024

8th World Conference on Research Integrity

06-02-2024 - 06-05-2024
8th World Conference on Research Integrity

8th World Conference on Research Integrity

The 8th World Conference on Research Integrity, scheduled for June 2 to 5, 2024, in Athens, Greece, will emphasise catalysing the translation of research into trustworthy policy and innovation.

There are multiple activities, and there is a full programme waiting for all those who decide to join.

There is still time to register!

 

16
Jul
2024

EASST-4S 2024 Conference

07-16-2024 - 07-19-2024
EASST-4S 2024 Conference

Making and doing transformations

Join the European Association for the Study of Science and Technology (EASST) and the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) for a dynamic gathering where scholars from around the world will explore their relationship with their subjects of study, experiment with normativity, and delve into the complexities of their positionalities and reflexivity. This event offers a platform to discuss urgent global challenges, including transitioning away from fossil fuels, fostering solidarity across diverse identities, and promoting decolonial practices in academic and professional spaces.

While registration is not open yet, you can monitor any updates here.