OPEN RESEARCH AWARDS
BY CONVERGENCE HEALTH & TECHNOLOGY AND THE ROTTERDAM RIOT SCIENCE CLUB
Are you a Master student or an Early Career Researcher working in the field of health and technology?
Do you use or do you know others who use open research practices?
Read on to find out more about and apply to these newly launched awards!
Rotterdam Open And Reproducible Research programme (ROARR)
Lorenza Dall'Aglio, Elisabet Blok & Bing Xu currently coordinate the R.I.O.T. Science Club in Rotterdam, at Erasmus MC and Erasmus University Rotterdam.
They are supported by a bigger team of representatives and closely collaborate with the other R.I.O.T. Science Club sites across Europe!
The R.I.O.T. Science Club is a scientific community providing training in Reproducible, Interpretable, Open, and Transparent Science.
We promote the accessibility of information and learning to all, be it scientists, clinicians, or the public, and we strive for reproducible, and easily interpretable results, analyses and codes.
Founded at King's College London by Dr. Samuel Westwood and colleagues, the R.I.O.T. Science Club was recently brought to Rotterdam by Elisabet Blok and Lorenza Dall'Aglio and the Rotterdam site is funded by the Erasmus MC. The Rotterdam R.I.O.T.S. seminars occur monthly and are open to scientists, students, clinicians, as well as the public. Lectures, practicals, and discussions on how we can do better, clearer, and more reproducible science are given.
Want to receive ECTS for the sessions you have attended?
Fill out our form and you'll receive 0.1 ECT for every 3 sessions you have attended!