Winning research proposals with open science

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Open Science is now mandated by European Commissions Research Framework Programme Horizon 2020, offering pro-active Open Science practioners to be more competitive at research proposals, with respect to Impact.

The presentation offers evidence that Open Science can support economic growth and innovation, and how to place research proposals in context of political directives that shape Horizon2020 evaluation criteria.

The presentation is based on "Winning Horizon 2020 research proposals with Open Science" http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.12247

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  • ODP trained, EURO-BASIN manager, – a boring title, for a diverse job, in an exciting research domain.

    DIP into EACH step of the research cycle, from proposal formulation to providing the best return-on-investment to the funders.

    So I`d like to share with you some experiences from the last few years of OS advocacy in the Marine Science Community
  • Winning research proposals with open science

    1. 1. Winning Horizon 2020 with Open Science Ivo Grigorov, Mikael Elbaek, Najla Rettberg, Joy Davidson, Martin Donnelly Based on: Winning Horizon 2020 with Open Science, http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.12247
    2. 2. www.fosteropenscience.eu
    3. 3. “Research Cycle” adapted from Tenopir et al., (2011) doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0021101 http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0021101 IDEA TEST DATA MODEL CODE PUBLISH RESEARCH LIFECYCLE Peer- review Impact Factor (IF) EDUCATE & TRAIN
    4. 4. Dr. Alan Leshner, CEO AAAS & Publisher of ”Science” journal #esof2014 pic.twitter.com/M9D0rVtggI 24/06/2014 16:53 @ fosterscience "Focus on Impact (Factor) distorts what matters in science”
    5. 5. Useful Research Publishable Accessible Credibilty? Source: michaelnielsen.org
    6. 6. « 60% of UCL-published research was easily accessible » Source: Paul Ayres, Senior Manager University College London, Library & Infomation Services (pers. comm.) … and the rest ? « around 50% of scientific papers published in 2011 now available for free » Source: Proportion of Open Access Peer-Reviewed Papers in 2004-2011, Science Metrix Aug 2013, EC Commissioned Study http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_IP-13-786_en.htm 2002 2011
    7. 7. http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v461/n7261/index.html ”If we wait 5 years for (Arctic) data to be released, the Arctic is going to be a very different place” Bryn Nelson, Nature 10 Sept 2009
    8. 8. Open Science can Multiply Serendipity in research …
    9. 9. Source:  Grigorov  2011,  ”Should  Ci6zen  Scien6sts   play  with  Climate  &  Ecosystem  Moldes?”,     European  Geoscience  Union  NewsleFer   Jim Hansen’s collaborator at NASA GISS, Dr Ruedy says: “I hope to switch to your version.” … so why not in OUR disciplines?
    10. 10. Why Open Science ? ü  greater visibility and impact for authors & projects ü  makes research networked & interconnected ü  networked research generates serendipity by default ü  Speeds up innovation & discovery, takes ideas to the market & solutions to societal challenges ü  Directly contributes to ECONOMIC GROWTH !!!
    11. 11. What is the Horizon 2020   Grant Agreement Article 29.1-6 mandate  ?Based on: Winning Horizon 2020 with Open Science, http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.12247
    12. 12. Grant Agreement Article 29.1– 6 Source: http://ec.europa.eu/ research/participants/data/ref/ h2020/grants_manual/amga/ h2020-amga_en.pdfwww.fosteropenscience.eu “Each beneficiary must ensure open access to all peer-reviewed scientific publications” “deposit research data … to make it possible for third parties to access, mine, exploit, reproduce and disseminate, free of charge”
    13. 13. Source:  www.wordle.net  www.fosteropenscience.eu
    14. 14. 1.  Excellence: Objectives Relevance to WorkProgram Concept & Approach Ambition min 3/5 POINTS 2.  Impact: Expected impact to WorkProgram Maximise Impact (Open Access & Open Data) min 3/5 POINTS 3.  Implementation: Workplan & Management Consortium & Resources min 3/5 POINTS Winning Horizon 2020 with Open Science? Dealing with the proposal template Source: Winning Horizon 2020 with Open Science, 10.5281/zenodo.12247
    15. 15. 2. IMPACT (min 3/5 points): 2.1 Expected impact to WorkProgram - expected impacts set out in the work programme - delivering innovations to the markets - socially important impacts 2.2 Maximise Impact (Open Access & Open Data) - plan for results dissemination and exploitation - research data management for verification & re-use - knowledge strategy management & Open Access Winning Horizon 2020 with Open Science? Dealing with the proposal template Source: Winning Horizon 2020 with Open Science, 10.5281/zenodo.12247
    16. 16. Source: Winning Horizon 2020 with Open Science, 10.5281/zenodo.12247 How to “write” #OpenScience In your proposal ? No need to re-invent the wheel.
    17. 17. ?Bored  yet    
    18. 18. Does #OpenScience matter at   proposal evaluation   ?Based on: Winning Horizon 2020 with Open Science, http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.12247
    19. 19. Source:  Horizon2020,     Marie  Curie  ETN  Evalua6on  Process,  2014   “Weakness: Involvement of non-academic beneficiaries is limited” “Weakness: highly focused on academic activities, and lacks an advanced communication strategy” “Weakness: limited exposure to non-academic partners & infrastructures” Excellence Impact Implementation “data accessibility is unclear!” “data storage & access not considered”
    20. 20. Source:  Horizon2020,     Marie  Curie  ETN  Evalua6on  Process,  Spring  2015   “Strengths: extensive dissemination of data to the scientific community (open access, databases)” “outreach activities to a broad audience” “research software is freely available” Impact:
    21. 21. Does #OpenScience contribute to   economic Growth  ?Based on: Winning Horizon 2020 with Open Science, http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.12247
    22. 22. Source: McKinsey Global Institute 2013. Open data: Unlocking innovation and performance with liquid information | McKinsey & Company.
    23. 23. Source: Houghton, J., Swan, A. & Brown, S. Access to research and technical information in Denmark. (2011) http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/272603 19% of the processes developed would have been delayed or abandoned without access to research a 2.2 years delay would cost around EUR 5 million per firm in lost sales Does #OpenScience contribute to Economic Growth?
    24. 24. IDEA & PROPOSAL TEST DATA MODEL CODE PUBLISH RESEARCH LIFECYCLE Gold & Green OA EDUCATE & TRAIN Impact Factor (IF) Societal Impact CO-CREATION Open Notebook Science re3data, OpenAIRE GitHub, DOI OS key part of concept Open Educational Resources “Research Cycle” adapted from Tenopir et al., (2011) doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0021101 http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0021101
    25. 25. Good Luck with Horizon 2020! Join the Open Science experiment at www.fosteropenscience.eu @ fosterscience # fosteropenscience www.fosteropenscience.eu ivgr @ aqua.dtu.dk slideshare.net/ivogrigorov/winning- proposals-with-open-science

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