Open Discussions

Propose a Discussion Session if there is something that you would like to discuss with a broader audience and get opinions and ideas from fellow RSEs. This session should include an introduction to the discussion topic and the specific questions that the participants should address. Depending on the number of participants, you may consider splitting the group into the breakout rooms with 4-5 people each.

This session is 1.5 hours long, and we ask groups to take notes. We recommend that in the last 20 minutes of the session groups turn their notes into a speed blog post, which will then be published.

The proposal should describe how the topic of the session aligns with the topic of the conference and what is the added advantage of discussing it with the broader audience.

FAQ

What should be in my Open Discussion abstract

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Gabriel Hanganu

Gabriel Hanganu

Allan Turing Institute London, UK


UK RSE Programme Committee Panel Discussions Open Discussions

Marion Weinzierl

Marion Weinzierl

Durham University Durham, UK


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Mateusz Kuzak

Mateusz Kuzak

The Netherlands eScience Center Amsterdam, NL


nl-RSE Programme Committee Panel Discussions Open Discussions Workshops Operating Committee

Stephan Druskat

Stephan Druskat

German Aerospace Center (DLR), Humboldt-Universit├Ąt zu Berlin, Friedrich Schiller University Jena Berlin, Germany


de-RSE e.V. Operating Committee Panel Discussions Open Discussions Programme Committee Website Committee Talks