Open Science Day

Open Science Day

On 29 March 2023, the UJM organised a day to present the challenges of Open Science as well as the university’s initiatives to the UJM community.

This first Open Science Day at the Université Jean Monnet (UJM) addressed the major themes and challenges of Open Science, focusing on the opening up of publications, data and the uses and services of the HAL platform.

Each presentation was followed by a discussion session to answer questions and share points of view. The Jean Monnet University's Open Science roadmap was also presented during the day, which was aimed at the entire UJM scientific community and anyone interested in this issue.

Relive the day in video 

Programme for the day

  • 30am-9.45am: Opening by Christelle Bahier-Porte, Vice-President of Research at the UJM and Laurence Houdoy, Acting Director of the UJM Common Documentation Service
  • 45-10.30: "Challenges and current issues of Open Science" by Benoît Pier, Director of Research at École Centrale Lyon, member of the National Open Science Committee
  • 10h45-11h30: "HAL: a French asset for Open Science" by Hélène Bégnis, HAL user network coordinator
  • 11:45-12:30: "HSS researchers and their research data: perceptions, needs and willingness to share" by Marie-Emilia Herbet, Head of the Research and Project Support Department at Lyon 3 University
  • 14:30-15:15: "An overview of scientific publishing models in 2023" by Evelyne Miot, Director of Research at the CNRS and Director of the Mersenne Centre
  • 15:30-16:15: "GAFFEx, making the most of scientific failures" by Gilmary Gallon, researcher at MedinCell, Montpellier
  • 16h30-17h: "Open Science at the UJM" by Filippo A. E. Nuccio Mortarino Majno di Capriglio, UJM Open Science Coordinator