Please find below information about the Research Data Ownership seminar.
The WIKI Research Data Ownership is available here.
The MOOD board is available here.
The seminar report by A. vd Wijngaart is available here.
Research Data Ownership seminar
How to protect your research interests when many require access to the research data? How to get help doing so?
To prevent the subject of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) becoming a barrier to:
Research requires good research data. Research data are valuable for all partners contributing within the research group, but access claims are increasingly being made from outside the research group. The research data should for example be made available through open access, while the nature of the data does not allow this. Or open access conflicts with research interests. A private funding body may require full access and IPR to research data generated in the funded research, but this requirement could conflict with the interests of research or valorisation.
|09:30-10:00||Arrival & Coffee|
|Welcoming Address||Prof. dr. Huib Pols (Rector Magnificus), Erasmus University Rotterdam|
|Keynote||Prof. dr. Dennis Fok, Erasmus University Rotterdam|
|Seminar: Modus operandi||Esther Hoorn LLM, University of Groningen|
|11:00-12:15||Workshops 1, 2 & 3 (1st run)|
|12:45-13:30||Speed date with an expert|
|13:30-14:45||Workshops 1, 2 & 3 (1st run)|
|14:45-15:15||Coffee & Tea|
|Presentation of workshop results||drs. Marlon Domingus, Erasmus University Rotterdam|
|Panel: The way forward||Chair: dr. Matthijs van Otegem, Erasmus University Rotterdam|
|Because of the recent strikes in public transport in Belgium, Inna Dimova LLM [EU IPR Helpdesk] was unfortunately not given the opportunity to be present at the seminar (the panel and the speed dates).|
Workshop 1 we will focus on the practical barriers that researchers experience due to conflicting laws, contracts, agreements and licences regarding research data.
Workshop 2 we will be exploring the landscape of present rules and requirements regarding research data, for instance in the recently revised Code of Conduct for Scientific Practice and in the regulations applied by research funding bodies.
Workshop 3 a set of prepared provisions will be presented and discussed, which you may find useful to protect your research interests.
Marlon Domingus (EUR)
John Doove (SURF)
Rob Grim (UVT)
Theo Hoksbergen (WUR)
Esther Hoorn (RUG)
Kim Huijpen (VSNU)
Ana van Meegen Silva (VU)
Rob Posthumus (EUR)
Heiko Tjalsma (DANS)
Milou Verheijen (EUR)
Juliën Visser (EUR)
René Winter (EUR)
Picture: Arie Kers