Operationalizing UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science through EOSC – RELIANCE digital assets for sustainable development: drawing insights from scientists’ practical experience
Starts 28 Feb 2022 15:00
Ends 28 Feb 2022 16:00
Central European Time
A virtual seminar by
with Raul Palma and Federica Foglini
jointly co-organized by the Science, Technology and Innovation Unit
& the Marie Curie Library
International recommendations, general principles, and policy documents on open science are highly inspirational, building general consensus and ideational policy frameworks. However, their operationalization requires practical and handy working tools for citizens, scientists and researchers. This is the case for RELIANCE digital assets, a suite of innovative and interconnected services integrated into EOSC- HUB and used by the EOSC scientific communities to support thematic and multidisciplinary research in Earth Science and beyond.
Davide Poletto holds a European doctorate in Sustainable Development Governance Affairs from the University Ca’ Foscari of Venice (Italy). He has been collaborating with various national and international institutions, organizations, and scientific networks. He served UNESCO for 12 years as consultant/programme/project Officer in Science, focusing on scientific cooperation in Europe and South-East Europe. He has been the promoter of innovative trainings, activities, and operational solutions applied to DRM, sustainable energy, and open science by leveraging on several European Research and Innovation Projects and using UNESCO designated sites as laboratories for innovation. He currently serves as an international consultant and as an active environmental campaigner. He is part of the team of the H2020 RELIANCE project under Alpha consult UK, leading the task “Epistemic community networking and capacity building” in cooperation with Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Centre (PSNC), CNR-ISMAR, The University of Oslo and INGV in Rome. The talk will be followed by a question/answer session.