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Open Science

Training series and Workshops in Open Science

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In our courses and workshops, you will familiarize yourself with details on Open Access publishing, Research Data Management, and BORIS Portal research data and projects repository.

The Open Science Team at the Bern University Library will be happy to support you by advising how to comply with funding agencies' requirements in Open Science (Open Access and Open Research Data) for the European Commission (e.g., Horizon Europe) and other national (SNSF) and international projects.

We offer individual support and training sessions as well as workshops based on your needs for you and your team on request. Please contact us via

For the fall semester workshops and training session "How to" please register using UB-Agenda and join us via Zoom.

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Organized by Data Stewards at the University of Bern (UniBE) jointly with a member of the Open Science Services from University of Zurich (UZH) and Data Stewardship Program coordinators from the University of Basel (UniBas).

When: 4 November 2024, 9:00-17:15 h

Where: 3012 Bern, Hochschulstrasse 4, Kuppelraum / room 501 

We aim to bring together experts, data stewards and researchers working on (sensitive) personal data from different disciplines to exchange knowledge and raise awareness of the topic. Experts will provide insights on data protection regulations, infrastructures, reproducibility, data anonymization, and regulatory affairs in clinical research. The afternoon session  will be dedicated to researchers from various domains presenting their challenges and potential solutions in the management of (sensitive) personal data.

Experts: Simone Mäder - Data Protection Office at UniBas; Claudia Becherer - Department of Clinical Research, Regulatory Affairs; Matthias Templ - Swiss Data Anonymization Competence Center; Thierry Sengstag -  sciCORE; Eva Furrer - Swiss Reproducibility Network 

Research use cases: Paulina Brönnimann -  Institute of Tissue Medicine and Pathology, UniBE; Sarah Musy - Public Health Department UniBas; Gwynne Erin Mapes - Institute of English Languages and Literatures, UniBE; Mykola Makhortykh - Institute of Communication and Media Studies, UniBE; Paolo Favaro (INF) - Institute of Informatics, UniBE.

Registration is open and free of charge. Please register here