Early Career Open Research Workshop

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  • Date and time: Tuesday 30 May 2023, 10am to 12pm
  • Location: In-person only
    P/L/002, School of Physics, Engineering and Technology Building, Campus West, University of York (Map)
  • Admission: Free admission

Event details

Want to deliver effective proposals, projects and publications? Find out how from our experts in Open Research by registering for our catered workshop, open to all students and early career researchers across the Faculty of Science.  

Listen to and meet senior academics, experienced Library staff and fellow ECRs.  


9.50am to 10.10am

Welcome coffee with Early Career Researchers' Forum

  • Alex Payne-Dwyer (ECRF Chair)

10.10am to 10.30am

What is Open Research?

  • Ben Catt (Library): Benefits, lifecycle, and communities of practice 

10.30am to 11.15am

Opportunities, benefits and challenges of Open-source Research

  • Helena Daffern (Communications, PET and Music) 

Transparent processes and pathways to impact; ethical implications, data management and potential conflicting priorities for industry partners

  • Emma Barnes (ReDSI / IT)

How to design, cost and write proposals for studies that have open access data or open-source software as key outputs. Have you thought about working with software engineers, statisticians or archivists on your next project? 

11.15am to 12 noon

Publications and Open Access 

How to publish your work Open Access (OA) free of charge and in accordance with your funder and institutional requirements

  • Jon Cook and Ben Catt (Library)

How to present images and image analysis - including machine learning - in high-impact publications, for clear and reproducible science

  • Alex Payne-Dwyer (Physics of Life, PET)

12 noon to 12.45pm

Networking light lunch (James College, G/N/020)