Date(s) - 16/06/2022
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
This seminar provides an overview of the best practices in reproducible research and Open Science to help researchers increase citations for their reports, get credit for all their research products, augment their CV with data and software, write compelling data management plans for funding proposals, comply with new funder and journal requirements, and practice open and reproducible science. Attendees will learn why these practices are increasingly required by scientists, publishers, funders and the public; as well as how to exercise them in optimal ways by spending only the required amount of time.
Dr. Daniel Garijo Verdejo is a Distinguished Researcher at the Ontology Engineering Group of Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM). Previously, he held a Research Computer Scientist position at the Information Sciences Institute of the University of Southern California, in Los Angeles. Daniel’s research activities focus on e-Science and Knowledge Capture, specifically on how to increase the understandability of research software and scientific workflows by creating Knowledge Graph from their documentation and provenance (i.e., steps, outputs, inputs, intermediate results).
This is a hybrid event.
In person attendance
Exact room TBC, University of Aberdeen Foresterhill Campus
Instructions on how to attend online (via Teams) will be released closer to the event date.
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