George Papastefanatos

SHORT CV

Dr. George Papastefanatos is a senior researcher and Project Manager at at the Institute for the Management of Information Systems (IMIS) of the ATHENA Research Centre. He holds a Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering and a PhD in Computer Science from the National Technical University of Athens. George has been involved as a researcher in several EU & RTD projects such as DIACHRON (Archiving and long-term Preservation of Linked Data), Slidewiki (Authoring platform for OpenCourseWare), www.socioscope.gr (a visual analysis tool for visualization and exploration of social and political data), www.linked-statistics.gr (platform for publishing, exploring and visualizing statistical governmental data as LOD) and OpenAIRE (designing services for publishing OpenAire resources as LOD).  He is currently involved in the EOSCPilot project, working on the design and implementation of a monitoring framework for the measurement and analysis of the uptake of open science approaches and policies. George’s expertise is in the area of big data management and analytics and specifically in issues related to the data web and linked data modelling, data integration, archiving and preservation, information visualization and exploration.

ABOUT PRESENTATION 
TITLE

EOSCpilot monitoring framework overview and goals

ABSTRACT

Which are the measurable components of Open Science? How do we build a trustworthy, dynamic, global open science monitor, offering up-to-date comparison of Open Science characteristics?  The talk will provide an overview of the recent advances on the measurement of Open Science trends and practices (FAIR data metrics, open access indicators, etc.) and then will focus on the elements of the monitoring framework, being designed in the context of EOSCPilot project. This framework aims at providing indicators and standards on open research results, as well as specifications and workflows for gathering and validating the appropriate data for the measurement of Open Science.

WHEN
DAY 2 – 16:00 – 17:30 Parallel Session

Open Science Monitor

See full programme here.