Elevating research impact: Exploring the power of open research

Elevating research impact: Exploring the power of open research

Elevating research impact: Exploring the power of open research

Partner session - Digital Science

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Event date: October 03, 2024
Event time: 14:00-15:30 CEST
Location: Online to be accessed via the EARMA website

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https://us06web.zoom.us/j/82550373819

 

About the event: 

Join us for a 90-minute webinar, hosted in collaboration between EARMA and Digital Science, that will bring together a panel of experts to delve into the evolving open research landscape. Explore how data captured throughout the research lifecycle can unveil new insights and amplify research impact.

Topics for discussion will include:

  • ●  The collaborative effort required to fully leverage the benefits of open research

  • ●  The pivotal role open research plays in bridging the gap between identifying collaborative opportunities and enhancing research visibility and attractiveness

  • ●  Emerging methodologies for research assessment to drive strategic decision making

  • ●  New approaches to measuring societal impact through the use of metrics and insights found within Dimensions 

Presenters:


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Ann Campbell
Technical Solutions Manager - Dimensions and Altmetric, Digital Science

Ann Campbell serves as a Technical Solutions Manager with Digital Science, where she specializes in Dimensions & Altmetric data extractions and integrations. With a background spanning sixteen years in the university sector, Ann has expertly implemented several research information and management systems and has successfully integrated data from these systems, creating key data ecosystems that have provided holistic and comprehensive views of the institution’s research landscape. Ann has extensive working knowledge in identifying and using data to evidence research impact, research assessment, diversity and inclusion, and contribution towards the UN SDGs. She has played a lead role in data preparation for a number of REF Assessments, Diversity and Inclusion charters and other mandatory submissions. 

 

Dr Mark Hahnel

Dr. Mark Hahnel
Digital Science VP Open Research and Founder of Figshare

Mark Hahnel is the VP Open Research at Digital Science. He is the founder of Figshare, which he created while completing his PhD in stem cell biology at Imperial College London. Figshare currently provides research data infrastructure for institutions, publishers and funders globally. He is passionate about open science and the potential it has to revolutionise the research community. Mark sits on the board of DataCite and the advisory board for Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). He was on the judging panel for the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Wellcome Trust Open Science prize and acted as an advisor for the Springer Nature master classes. 

 

Chair:
 
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Jakob Feldfors Christensen
Jakob Feldtfos Christensen is the director of DIVERSIunity, an international consultancy based in Denmark dedicated to making diversity and internationalisation work in research and research management though tailormade workshops and consultancy aimed at researchers, project consortia, research managers, research funders etc. Jakob has previously worked within research management and internationalisation for almost ten years at Aarhus University. Building on this and his foundation from studying comparative religion he founded DIVERSIunity in 2020. He took part of the first cohort of the EARMA CRM, where he has since been an assessor and now teaches the module on gender and diversity. He has previously served at the DARMA board and is now active in ERION under EARMA. When not moonlighting as a consultant, he works as a research advisor at DEFACTUM, a public health research department, part of Central Denmark Region. With Lachlan Smith he co-hosts “The Diversity in Research Podcast” covering all things diversity and internationalisation and diversity in research and research management globally.


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