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OS Ambassador Training Specialists

gareth.oneill [at] eurodoc.net

Linguist and former president of Eurodoc. Principal Consultant on Open Science at Technopolis Group Belgium and adviser on European Open Science Cloud at EOSCsecretariat. Expert on Open Science for Dutch government and European Commission and member of H2020 Advisory Group on MSCA.

ivgr [at] aqua.dtu.dk

Open Science enthusiast and Research Coordinator at Technical University of Denmark. My interest focus on optimising researcher strategies for translating research in societal context. I deploy #OpenScience, #KnowledgeTransfer and #OceanLiteracy to transfer research outputs along the lab-2-users spectrum.

roberta.moscon [at] unitn.it

Staff at the Office for Scientific Publications at University of Trento working on Open Access, research publishing, and research registry. Passionate about education policies for higher education, research, innovation, and modernisation. Very interested in Open Science and facilitator of Eurodoc Open Science Ambassador Training 2019.

bianca.kramer [at] gmail.com

Librarian for life sciences and medicine at Utrecht University Library. Has a strong focus on scholarly communication. Active in research, training, and advocacy on Open Science. Involved in Innovations in Scholarly Communication and many other initiatives related to Open Science and scholarly publishing.

brentier [at] ulg.ac.be

Biologist specialising in Virology and Immunology. Member of Belgian Royal Academy. Has worked in UK and USA and been professor and rector at University of Liège. Developed the ‘Liège Model’ of mandating deposition of articles in institutional repository. Retired and advocating Open Science.

barendmons [at] gmail.com

Professor in Human Genetics at Leiden University Medical Center. President of CODATA and leader of the GO FAIR initiative to develop and implement FAIR Data. Was chair of the first High-Level Expert Group on the European Open Science Cloud and a senior author of the original position paper on FAIR Data.

Independent researcher at large. Did PhD at Imperial College London on evolutionary patterns in animals like dinosaurs and crocodiles. Was communications director of ScienceOpen for 2 years. Founder of Open Science MOOC and digital publishing platform paleorXiv. Editor at PLOS Paleo Community.

Paola.masuzzo [at] gmail.com

Did PhD in Health Sciences at Ghent University on computational algorithms and tools for cell migration using FAIR Data and Open Source. Data scientist and independent researcher. Member of the Research Data Alliance. Founder of Civic Lab Ghent. Developer at the Open Science MOOC and open advocate.

marc.schiltz [at] fnr.lu

Did PhD in Crystallography at University of Paris-Sud and executive MBA at INSEAD. Head of Luxembourg National Research Fund and president of Science Europe. Active in higher education and research for over 25 years. Helped set the Open Science agenda in Europe and is one of the architects behind Plan S.

ilabastida [at] ub.edu

Did PhD in Physics at University of Barcelona. Leads the Office for the Dissemination of Knowledge and focuses on Open Science. Introduced Creative Commons in Spain in 2003. Member of steering committee of Information and Open Access Policy Group of LERU and chair of board of SPARC Europe.

k.c.a.m.luyben [at] tudelft.nl

Professor of Biochemical Engineering and Rector Magnificus Emeritus at Delft University of Technology. Former President and current Vice-President for Research at CESAER. Coordinator for Open Science in the Netherlands, member of European Open Science Policy Platform, and chair of Executive Board of European Open Science Cloud.

jean-claude.burgelman [at] ec.europa.eu

Open Access Envoy and former Head of Unit on Open Science at European Commission. Responsible for Open Access, Open Data, and Open Science Cloud policies. Professor of Communication Technology Policy at Free University of Brussels with 30 years experience in research and policies for ICT.

robert.jones [at] cern.ch

Senior member of scientific staff at CERN and leader of Helix Nebula public-private partnership exploring use of commercial cloud services for big data science. Former coordinator for HNSciCloud pre-commercial procurement project on services for the European Open Science Cloud. Former technical and project director of EGEE projects that created EGI.