You are invited to participate in the seminar "Open Science and Data Management - Mandatory and/or Beneficial?" on May 5th at 11 am at Tallinn University of Technology and online via livestream. The event will cover the topic of open science and research data management, which is important for all researchers who want to ensure the reliability and transparency of their research results.
Experts from the University of Leiden, Göttingen, Sheffield, and Helsinki will speak about the principles of open science, opportunities for research data management, and best practices. Representatives from the Estonian Research Council, universities, and the DataCite Estonia Consortium will introduce Estonian perspectives and experiences.
The event program and registration link can be found on the DataCite website. The seminar is free and open to all interested parties. The event will be in English.
You can find the registration link for in-person participation HERE (in-person registration ends on the 26th of April).
You can find the registration link for Zoom participation HERE (this can be shared with those who only want to participate online).
Take advantage of the opportunity to learn more about open science and practical recommendations for better research projects and work management.