The call have ended. You can find the list of accepted contributions for the Call for Poster Presentations here.
This call invites the research community as well as further important stakeholders of the Open Science movement to submit an abstract for one of the following calls. If you have any questions please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Call for Poster Presentations
We invite you to submit project presentations and other contributions covering topics including (but not limited to):
Please submit your abstract as PDF which describes the main idea, the practical relevance, and its innovative, scientific, and/or societal impact. The abstract may not be longer than 500 words. To enable blind review the abstract must be submitted in a fully anonymous format so that the respective PDF (including metadata) does not contain any information that might reveal the authors’ identity, e.g., author names, project names, links to project websites, own publications. Submissions that are not in line with these conditions of anonymity will be rejected and excluded from the review. All contributing authors should be added in the metadata of the submission system. There is a limit of two submissions per corresponding/first author. Please be aware that you cannot apply for both Call for Poster Presentations (as corresponding/first author) and Call for Speakers.
All submissions will be peer-reviewed by the members of the programme committee and the review board. Authors of accepted abstracts will be invited to present a poster at the conference. The most outstanding contributions can also be presented as short talk (15 min). The abstract, the poster, and the short talk must be submitted and presented in English.
To also contribute to the Open Science movement, the programme committee will publish the scientific justification for acceptance on the conference website. All accepted abstracts as well as corresponding posters and short talks will be displayed on the conference website. Posters and short talk presentations must be licensed at least as CC-BY 4.0.
Please send your submission as PDF document via EasyChair (requires free EasyChair account): https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=osc2020
Carefully selected plenary talks given by international experts are an essential part of the conference programme. Speakers are invited by the programme committee. With this call we invite you to apply for a plenary talk at the conference. Talks should address Open Science aspects on a broader level and cover topics including (but not limited to):
All submissions will be peer-reviewed by the members of the programme committee. Authors of accepted applications will be invited to give a plenary talk (30min) at the conference. The application and talk must be in English. The presentation must be licensed at least as CC-BY 4.0. Travel expenses including conference fees and accommodation costs are covered. Please be aware that you cannot apply for both Call for Speakers and Call for Poster Presentations (as corresponding/first author).
Please send your application as PDF document to email@example.com.