Moniek Tromp, Matthew DiFranco, Véronique De Herde, Andrew Plume, Nick Fowler, Stephane Berghmans
How does the current reward system reflect how we value research? Is a reform of this system necessary to encourage researchers to engage in open science activities? How do current and proposed reward systems support early career researchers?
Questions on how academics' careers and contributions are assessed and valued are under discussion. This webinar brings together a panel of experts on open science and career assessment to focus on the current reward system and the potential for its reform. This promises to be a lively exchange of ideas between representatives of Eurodoc, Young Academy of Europe, and Elsevier. The aim is to gain a deeper understanding of possible changes to how we consider academic value, retain mobility internationally and beyond academia, and create incentives for open science activities.
Join our panel of experts as they discuss this timely topic.
Introduction from Nick Fowler, Chief Academic Officer, Elsevier
Moniek Tromp, Chair of Materials Chemistry of the University of Groningen, Netherlands.
Matthew DiFranco, Chief Scientific Officer, ImageBiopsy Lab
Véronique De Herde, PhD Candidate at UCLouvain, Belgium and Secretariat Coordinator and Open Science Ambassador for Eurodoc
Andrew Plume, Senior Director of Research Evaluation at Elsevier and Chair of the ICSR Advisory Board
Stephane Berghmans, Vice President, Academic & Research Relations EU, Elsevier
Find out more about how Elsevier partners with the research community to empower open science. https://www.elsevier.com/about/open-science