HNN 2.0 Training "Open Access & Data Management in Horizon 2020" (Athens, GR)

Date: 
17.10.2018 to 18.10.2018

Dear SC1 NCP colleagues,

Do you really know how to deal with Open Access issues and Data Management aspects in a Horizon 2020 project? What are their practical implications?

The Health NCP Network 2.0 would like to invite you to a two-day NCP training in Athens, Greece, on 18-19 October 2018. The principle aim of this HNN 2.0 on-site training is to give a complete overview on Open Access and Data Management in Horizon 2020 projects.

The training will be a mix of theory and practice and will be structured in three modules that addressed the 3 top topics selected by Health National Contact Points in the area of Open Access in Horizon 2020 (Open Access/Open data mandates in H2020; Strategies for Research Data Management; and Winning H2020 with Open Science). The main trainers will be experienced experts on Open Science from the National Documentation Center (Dr Marina Angelaki) & the project FOSTER (Iryna Kuchma).

Download Training Agenda

Do not miss this opportunity to gain practical advice on how to efficiently deal with unexpected circumstances and resolve various issues that emerge during the management of a project regarding Open Access and Data Management.

In addition to the training, the National Documentation Centre of Greece (EKT) is offering a full day Staff Exchange on October 17th and morning of 18th for those NCPs interested in exchanging best practices and working methods on how to increase Industry /SME clientele through strategic collaborations (EEN, EIT Health) and R&I Metrics  to delineate R&I national policies. The programme will also include a visit to the National Hellenic Research Foundation.
The Staff Exchange is limited to a maximum of 5 NCPs who must also be enrolled in the training.

Download Staff Exchange Agenda

During your registration please indicate, if you are also interested in participating in the Staff Exchange.

We are looking forward to meeting you in Athens!

Important note: Travel and accommodation expenses of SC1 NCPs for MS and AC in this event are covered. Up to 5 SC1 NCPs from Third Countries are welcome to participate at their own costs, according to the standard rules for participation in H2020 and which apply to our project. You will be informed soon after the registration deadline that your participation in the training is confirmed, you will receive an email from ISCIII who will arrange travel and accommodation (no reimbursement of costs is possible), so please do NOT book anything on your side.


Please note that this training is for Health NCPs only. If you are Health NCP, please login or create an account to register for this event.