Open Science Awards for Joost de Winter and Pavlo Bazilinskyy
Open science and open data for research into human factors
The Open Science Awards recognize researchers or research students who have used Open Science to make their research more accessible, transparent or reproducible. In the spirit of openness, a call for Use Cases has been published in which all researchers and doctoral candidates from Dutch universities, UMCs and research institutes can submit their use cases. The call sought examples of use that explored challenges and difficulties, as well as positive experiences and successful outcomes.
Pavlo Bazilinskyy and Joost de Winter, Delft University of Technology, win the Open Science Award!
Comments from the revised Program Committee were: “This is a great initiative that is open and transparent to researchers and the general public. A great approach for a greater involvement of citizen science, with the potential to find connections between technical and technical research and humanities and social sciences.
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