Open Science

Open Science at DTU – inspiration, cases and support

DTU Library is inviting researchers at DTU to a couple of hours of knowledge sharing, networking and inspiration on how to get closer to Open Science in a DTU context.

We will focus on the overall concept of Open Science. For a number of years, DTU Library has focused on Open Access with information on DTU Inside and events in week 43 - the international Open Access Week; this year we are widening the theme to Open Science.

Open Science at DTU

 - on Tuesday, 26 October 2021, at 9.30-12.30

DTU Library offers coffee and sandwiches as well as a program with a number of short presentations that can inspire you.

  • Welcome
    Head of Library Gitte Bruun Jensen, DTU Library
  • Why is the Open Science agenda important for DTU
    Provost Rasmus Larsen, DTU
  • For Honor and Glory: Share data, become a better scientist
    PhD student Daniel Vazquez Pombo, DTU Elektro
  • Open Science and Copyright
    Senior Information Officer Kasper Bøgh Pedersen, DTU Library 
  • Presentation of DTU Library's Open Science services and systems
    Senior Information Officer Maria Ravnkilde Christensen, DTU Library
  • Citizen Science and Open Science. The case of Fangstjournalen
    Associate Professor Christian Skov, DTU Aqua

The event is in English.

For catering purposes, please register for the event to Senior Information Officer Thomas Skov Jensen, DTU Library,
Deadline for registration on 15 October at 12.00 noon.

PilThe programme, pdf


Tue 26 Oct 21
9:30 - 12:30


DTU Bibliotek


DTU Library, Lyngby