From Open Access to Open Science Data. Free Data Sharing in Research.
The debate on open access to scientific publications started in the early 2000s and has become mature. Now, thanks to Horizon2020’s momentum, the focus is expanding, coming to encompassing research data to the end of testing the results and reproducibility of experiments and calculations. What progress has been made? What are the legal (licensing) and technological (standards and repository) tools for profitable dissemination of research data?
Simone Aliprandi (pictured) has a PhD in Information Society and is a lawyer who deals with consulting, research and training in the field of copyright and more generally of the legal aspects of communication and new technologies. He founded the Copyleft Italia project and has several publications. He has previously collaborated with FBK for research and training support activities and has recently curated the publication “Fare open Access: La libera diffusione del sapere scientifico nell’era digitale” (Doing Open Access: The free dissemination of scientific knowledge in the digital age – Ledizioni, 2017).
The seminar will be held in Italian, here the video streaming