UKB -Coordination Point Research Impact

Concept development and moderation of a set of brainstorms to explore and prioritise pilot ideas in a collaborative trajectory of the UKB Coordination point Research Impact and Elsevier. These pilots should address the needs of university libraries to support Open Science and therefore adhere to the open collaboration principles of this trajectory, and create impact for researchers. Together with Ay Mey Lie.

Netherlands National Programme Open Science

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Lead Stakeholder Engagement of the National Programme Open Science which is chaired by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science (OCW). Previous lead of the cross-domain project ‘ACCELERATE OPEN SCIENCE Fostering initiatives that promote Open Science in the Netherlands’


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Organising and presenting an Introduction to Open Science Webinar for the UNESCO World Academy of Sciences for the advancement of science in developing countries.

HPC Science Cases


Conducting a series of interviews with scientists that use the SURF HPC facilities.

ORCID Campaign UKB

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A national campaign for the ORCID working group of the UKB, the Dutch consortium of research libraries and the National library.

Goal was to raise awareness about ORCID amongst researchers at Dutch universities, and to convince them to create their own ORCID-iD. ORCID is an international system for the persistent identification of academic authors.

LCDRM Data Stewardship

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Delivery of the report Data Stewardship on the map: A study of tasks and roles in Dutch research institutes, together with the LCRDM Task Force Data Stewardship.

The National Coordination Point Research Data Management (LCRDM) facilitates a national strategy for research data management in the Netherlands.

Training and Seminars

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Trainer at Open Science Trainer Bootcamps; organising seminars, workshops and training for international projects like FOSTER Open Science and SCAPE: Scalable Preservation Environments.

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