START DATE22/07/2021 - 09:00
END DATE22/07/2021 - 10:30
Horizon Europe, the EU's biggest R&D program ever, is finally underway and the European Commission has already given a number of indications as to the developments in favor of open science in this new Horizon Europe program.
Join live to learn from policy makers and industry experts:
Open Science practices
Research output management
Measures to ensure reproducibility
Open Access to research outputs
Open peer-review and involving all relevant knowledge actors (Citizen Science)
Join the webinar on Thursday, July 22nd, 2021 at 9:00 EDT / 3:00 PM CEST. Convert to your local time zone here.
Dr Dimitri Corpakis
Former Senior EU official (Head of Unit, Regional Dimension of Innovation, Directorate for Research and Innovation) at the European Commission-DG Research and Innovation.
Dr. Corpakis led the European Commission’s DG Research and Innovation Unit on the Regional Dimension of Innovation (now called ‘Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation) managing the legacy 7th Framework Programme actions on “Regions of Knowledge” and “Research Potential”, building links with the Union's Cohesion Policy, with a strong focus on developing Research and Innovation Strategies for Smart Specialisation (RIS3), ensuring the Commission’s link with the Joint Programming Initiative on “Urban Europe” and launching the ground-breaking actions on closing the innovation divide (new Horizon 2020 Part IV on Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation - Teaming, Twinning and ERA Chairs).
Dr. Tim Errington
Director of Research at Center for Open Science (COS).
Dr. Errington collaborates with researchers and stakeholders across scientific disciplines and organizations on projects aimed to understand the current research process and to evaluate initiatives designed to increase reproducibility and openness of scientific research
Founder & Managing Partner at Zaz Ventures.
Xavier has been involved in EC-funded research and innovation projects for over 15 years. He is the founder of Zaz Ventures, an innovation consultancy focusing on deeptech addressing key societal challenges. Under his tenure, Zaz Ventures has helped over 200 deep tech innovators to raise over €450M of funding to bring their technologies to market. Xavier has personally been involved in supporting 60 EIC Accelerator interviews since 2018, resulting in 31 companies awarded EIC Accelerator funding. His latest project, the Da Vinci Labs, is a visionary project to promote the cross-disciplinary development of deeptech innovation tackling the world's most pressing societal challenges.