Join us at the annual KU Leuven Open Science day on 2 May!
The KU Leuven Open Science Day is an annual event where KU Leuven researchers from all career stages share knowledge and exchange examples of how they implement Open Science principles in their research. It offers a platform where researchers can inspire, learn from each other and discover how their research can benefit from these principles.
Keynote speakers are Muki Haklay (UCL London) and Thomas Margoni (KU Leuven’s Centre for IT & IP Law). Muki Haklay is a Professor of Geographic Information Science at University College London (UCL) and a renowned Citizen Science expert. He will share his insights with a presentation about Citizen science in Open Science, discussing how Citizen Science fits in. Thomas Margoni will give a talk about the (legal) datafication of Open Science.
Consult the full program on the event website.