Welcome to the first edition of the Bordeaux Neurocampus Open Science Workshop, a 5-day workshop dedicated to promoting Open Science principles.
This edition will take place from October 16th to October 20th, 2023.
- Call for application: July 2nd - September 9th 2023
- Notification of acceptance: September 11th 2023
- Workshop: October 16th- 20th 2023
Free registration: we believe in making Open Science accessible to all. That is why registration, practical workshops, and coffee breaks are completely free of charge.
The lectures are open to everyone. However, only 30 places are available to attend the workshops.
Comprehensive program: Our workshop is designed to cater to both theoretical and practical needs. The program includes engaging theoretical sessions where you will gain a deep understanding of the principles and components of Open Science. Additionally, hands-on practical workshops will equip you with the skills and tools needed to implement Open Science practices seamlessly in your research.
Targeted audience: This workshop is specifically tailored for PhD students, Post Docs, and Early Career Researchers in Life Sciences. We understand the challenges one can face in the early stages of a career, and our workshop aims to provide you with the knowledge and resources to excel in the evolving research landscape.
Collaborative environment: The Open Science Workshop at Bordeaux Neurocampus is not just about learning; it’s also about building connections and fostering collaboration. Engage in group discussions, share your experiences, and connect with like-minded researchers from diverse disciplines. This workshop provides a unique opportunity to expand your network and form valuable connections for future collaborations.
- Raphaëlle Bats - University of Bordeaux
- Anna Beyeler - University of Bordeaux
- Eduarda Centeno - University of Bordeaux
- Ikram Chraibi Kaadoud - IMT Atlantique, UMR CNRS 6285
- Sarah Cohen-Boulakia - Paris-Saclay University
- Andrew Davison - Université Paris-Saclay, CNRS
- Stephanie Forkel - Donders Institute, Radboud University
- Emma Ganley - protocols.io
- Fjola Hyseni - University of Bordeaux
- Khadija Inam - PHARM Research
- Arthur Leblois - University of Bordeaux
- Florent Lebon - INSERM 1093, University of Bourgogne
- Arnaud Legrand - LIG Polaris, Grenoble, CNRS
- Robert McIntosh - University of Edinburgh
- Poulop - Independent
- Nicolas P. Rougier - Inria (Mnemosyne) and IMN, University of Bordeaux
- Mathieu Wolff - INCIA, University of Bordeaux
- Lyuba Zehl - EBRAINS AISBL
Please contact osw-bordeaux-neurocampus(at)mailo.com if you have any question.