International symposium

 Open Access policies by HORIZON 2020 and

 international issues regarding open science

-Common scholarly communication issues shared by Europe and Japan and the role of university libraries-

Symposium date & site

Day 1 October 13, 2015 (Tue.)13:15 ~ 17:30 (Acceptance 12:30)
“OA policies and activities of university libraries in Europe”
Day 2 October 14, 2015 (Wed.)9:30 ~ 17:15 (Acceptance 9:00)
“OA in Japan and international issues of university libraries”
Site: Kobe University Centennial Hall, Rokko Hall

Summary of the symposium

 HORIZON 2020, European international research, development and innovation promoting project, declares that research outputs including research data produced as part of their funded project should be open access (OA). University library consortia are implementing several projects to support EU countries in adopting OA policies, researchers in following to OA, and research communities in participating in open data projects. The symposium is going to be held in Japan where a policy regarding open science is being considered, and the purpose is to share information about current situation and future of OA policies and OA supporting projects of EU from the perspective of research promotion and the role of university libraries.

 In panel discussion scheduled on the 2nd day, Koh SUGAWARA, Information Division, Research Promotion Bureau, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, is supposed to make comments on "intermediate summary of the discussion about the science information openness promotion" which is being discussed among members of Science Information Committee, Subdivision on Science, Council for Science and Technology.


Sponsor: EUIJ Kansai

Cosponsors: Kobe University Library, Kyoto University Library, Osaka University Library, COAR

Patronages: Delegation of the European Union to Japan, Japan Association of National University Libraries, Institutional Repositories Promotion Committee,, Kinki Regional Academic Libraries Initiative, Association of University Libraries Hyogo, SPARC Japan

1st day

DateOctober 13, 2015  13:15-17:30 (Acceptance: from 12:30)
ThemeOA policies and activities of university libraries in Europe
Program
12:30Acceptance
13:15Opening greeting from sponsor
Lecture 1 "OA policies of HORIZON 2020"
Dr. Lee Woolgar
Delegation of the European Union to Japan
Lecture 2 "OpenAIRE: Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe"
Dr. Donatella Castelli
OpenAIRE technical coordinator, iMarine Project Director
CNR-ISTI (an institute of the Italian National Research Council)
Break
Lecture 3 "Open data project supporting by FOSTER"
Dr. Eloy Rodrigues
Director of the University of Minho Documentation Service, Portugal
Panel discussion
Moderator: Syun Tutiya, Professor, National Institution for Academic Degrees and University Evaluation
Panelists: Lecturers
Dr. Sho Sato, Assistant Professor, Center for License and Qualification, Doshisha University
17:15Closing greeting of the day
18:00Reception, Takigawa memorial hall (fee \5,000)
19:30End of the reception

2nd day

DateOctober 14, 2015  9:30-17:15 (Acceptance: from 9:00)
ThemeOA in Japan and international issues of university libraries
Program
9:00Acceptance
9:30Summary of the 1st day
lecture 4 "Expectations for open science - Common issues between Europe and Japan"
Syun Tutiya, Professor, National Institution for Academic Degrees and University Evaluation
Lecture 5 "About promotion of open science"
Kazuhiro Hayashi, Senior Researcher, Science and Technology Foresight Center, NISTEP, MEXT (Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology )
Lecture 6 "OA policy of Kyoto University"
Dr. Takashi Hikihara, Director, Kyoto University Library
Lunch break & acceptance for evening part
Lecture 7 "Institutional repository projects in the era of open science"
Shigeki Sugita, Manager, Chiba University Library
Anecdotal report from domestic institutional repositories
Break
Panel discussion
Moderator: Kenji Koyama, Professor, College of Humanities and Sciences, Nihon University.
Panelists: Lecturers
Koh SUGAWARA, Information Division, Research Promotion Bureau, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.
Closing remark
17:15End of the symposium

Access to the symposium site, Rokko hall

  1. Get off the train at Hankyu Rokko Station, JR Rokko-michi Station, or Hanshin Mikage Station.
  2. Take city bus #36 bound for "Tsurukabuto-Danchi" or "Tsurukabuto 2 chome".
  3. Get off the bus at "Shindai Bunri-Nogakubu-Mae" bus stop, around 5 minutes walk to the south through the campus.

Click here to see the campus map.
 See the illustrated map, "Shindai Bunri-Nogakubu-Mae" bus stop is being indicated by red square sign numbered "36" near the building, numbered 32. The symposium site is in the building, numbered 37.


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