This Webinar is part of the 13th edition of the EOLE conference which is held online this year due to the worldwide pandemic.
Initiative born in 2008 the European Open Source & Free Software Law Event (EOLE) aims to promote the share and dissemination of legal knowledge related to free software, as well as the development and promotion of good practices.
This fourth webinar, which focuses on "Open source and open science within public administrations", has been facilitated by Célya Gruson-Daniel and was divided into the five following parts :
- 1. "Computer modeling, open sourcing and open science" - Alexis Drogoul
- 2. "Open source in open science - or how to facilitate technological trust production" - Alexandra Giannopoulou
- 3. "Open Source & Open Science @CERN" - Myriam Ayass
- 4. "Trace, test, treat: data failure in a pandemic" - Carlo Piana
- 5. Question time