21 November 2019 at the Johan Cruijff ArenA in Amsterdam
The theme of this year’s edition is ‘Digital Challenges in Open Science’.
A one-day event where academic researchers, industry representatives and policy-makers from various disciplines come together to discuss and share views on the latest developments in eScience.
The 2019 eScience Symposium will focus on the ways that innovative digital technologies can be used to advance Open Science.
The importance of research software and support
The systematic change in the way science is practiced is only possible through close collaboration between practitioners, policy-makers and the designers and developers of new digital solutions and tools. The role of research software and support is essential in this regard.
The 2019 National eScience Symposium is the opportunity for anyone working in academia, industry, research funding, research publishing and research policy to engage in fruitful discussions with leading technology experts. It offers a chance to exchange valuable knowledge and views on these topics and, accordingly, to help shape and define the future of Open Science.
The symposium will feature thematic sessions showcasing world-class research and digital developments around Open Science.