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actionuni Open Science event 2021

Together with Prabitha Urwyler and Rashmi Rai-Rawat from actionuni, I organized a workshop on „Open Science: What it is and what it means for you as early-career researcher“. The event took place on 29 April 2021 and was open to all early-career researchers of Switzerland. I first introduced the topic of Open Science; participants then worked in groups to identify the structural conditions of their home university. The slides for the workshop are available on zenodo; a short report can be found here. The introduction on Open Science will soon be available as podcast.

UZH Summer School 2020

I am giving a presentation at the UZH Summer school on „Open Science Identifiers“ and will hold a workshop on „Open Access Publishing in the Humanities and Social Sciences“ – slides for both presentation and workshop are available from OSF. See the UZH website for details on the program and speakers.

Open Access event @ UZH

SNF OA ambassadors Nino Wili, Gilles Kratzer and myself organized a OA event together with the Graduate Campus of the University of Zurich on the topic of „Open Access in your research“.


  • Gilles Kratzer, Dr. Melanie Röthlisberger & Nino Wili (UZH/ETH, SNF OA-Ambassadors) on “What is open access/open science?”
  • Dr. Eva-Marie Lang (Hauptbibliothek, UZH) on “Support for Open Science at UZH”
  • Tobias Philipp (SNF) on “Open Access at SNF”

Presentation slides and handout (list of resources) can be downloaded here as PDF: [slides presentation] [Handout – List of resources]