These are the past OSU events, in chronological order.

When Where What
2023-01-13 16:00-17:00 Studion Gustav Nilsonne, ‘How to make science more trustworthy by improving transparency and reproducibility’
2023-01-29 14:00-14:20 Mallassal Richèl Bilderbeek, ‘Open Science and scientists being humans’
2023-02-10 16:15-17:00 Mallassal Börje Dahrén, ‘The transition to open science, and the role of the university library’
2023-03-10 16:15-17:00 USB [1], Mallassal Wolmar Nyberg Åkerström, ‘Research outputs beyond the paper: Code, research software and computational workflows’
2023-04-14 16:15-17:00 USB [1], Mallassal Richèl Bilderbeek, ‘Open Science and some of its problems’
2023-05-12 16:15-17:00 USB [1], Studion Miguel de Navascués, ‘PCI, a free recommendation process of scientific preprints based on peer review’
2023-06-09 16:15-17:00 USB [1], Mallassal Barbro Bornsäter, ‘FAIR data for Heritage Science: Developing a guide to good practice for open science within the heritage sciences’
2023-07-14 . [No event, due to summer holiday]
2023-08-11 . [No event, due to summer holiday]
2023-09-08 16:15-17:00 USB [1], Mallassal Martin Johnsson, ‘It’s about what kind of knowledge we want’
2023-10-20 16:15-17:00 USB [1], Mallassal Ismail Elouafiq, ‘Experiment on yourself: open citizen science in Uppsala’
2023-10-25 15:00-15:45 SLU, Ulls hus [2] Richèl Bilderbeek, the pros and cons of Open Science
2023-11-10 16:15-17:00 USB [1], Studion Adam Gill, ‘Resource Allocation, Timing, and Transparency in Peer Review: A Case Study of Economics Researchers’
2023-12-08 16:15-17:00 USB [1], Studion Anna Hallberg, ‘What does Open Science mean for qualitative research?’
2023-12-13 9:00-10:30 Online Pia Voigt: ‘Open Science practices in a European university alliance’
2024-01-12 16:15-17:00 USB [1], Studion Emmi Puuvuori, ‘Start of a practical application in open science - In Vivo Library’
2024-02-09 16:15-17:00 USB [1], Studion Douglas Spangler, ‘Open source software for prehospital risk prediction’
2024-02-28 10:00-11:30 Online Richèl Bilderbeek: The pros and cons of Open Science
2024-03-07 15:00-18:00 Online COS symposium: Critical Perspectives on the Metascience Reform Movement
2024-03-15 16:15-17:00 USB [1], Studion Discussion about the Swedish Royal Library’s proposition for national guidelines on Open Science