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Collaboration in social sciences and humanities in a networked European research area

Date and time: 29.03.2018, Ruđer Bošković Institut, Blue conference room, III. wing, form 13:00 to 15:00
Mar 19th 2018
Collaboration in social sciences and humanities in a networked European research area


Today digitalization is present in all scientific disciplines, research, and everyday work. Digitalization has enabled the development of new platforms and tools based on advanced computer services that make our work simpler, faster, but also opens up the ability to better connect individuals, swift information, data and tools exchange, among all stakeholders and enable joint action globally. Europe has recognized that process and consolidated all its parts under one name - the European open space.

The aim of this seminar is to show where Europe is heading towards the development of open science, the possibilities of mutual cooperation and how advanced computer services and tools can contribute to the development of humanities and social sciences. Four European projects in the field of humanities and social sciences will be presented at the workshop, through which they intend to achieve closer cooperation and thus strengthen the humanities and social sciences in the Republic of Croatia.

PROGRAM 13:00 - 15:00

12:45 Coffe for participants 

13:00 Introduction, Karolj Skala, Ruđer Bošković Institut /Center for informatics and computing
13:05 DARIAH-HR as a platform for networking institutions and individuals, Koraljka Kuzman Šlogar, Institute for Ethnology and Folklore Research (DARIAH-HR coordinator) 
13:20 CESSDA - Collaboration and exchange of knowledge in social sciences, Marijana Glavica, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Zagreb 
13:35 Open Science as EU commitment, Jadranka Stojanovski, University of Zadar / Ruđer Bošković Institute(OpenAIRE NOAD)
13:50 European Open Science Cloud: EOSC Hub, Karolj Skala, Ruđer Bošković Institut /Center for informatics and computing (leader of DARIAH thematic service EOSC-hub)
14:05 What does the European Open Science offer to humanists?, Davor Davidović, Ruđer Bošković Institut /Center for informatics and computing (EOSC-hub) 
14:20 Open discussion
14:50 Conclusion


Entrance is free but registration is mandatory and should be filled out at


Lectures will be streamed in real-time on

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