Italian Reproducibility Network

A remote educational course open to everyone, focused on Master and PhD Students covering open science topics and practices.


Upcoming: ITRN MEETING

Provando e riprovando13 May 2022 14:00 - 18:00, Salone delle Robbiane, Villa La Quiete /AOU Meyer Hospital - Firenze

The first RN survey has been launched!

We ask you for a few minutes of your time to answer some questions about the use of Open Research practices in your research. This is the link to participate: RN survey

Your responses will provide a provisional benchmark of where we are, and data will be used to shape future ITRN initiatives around Open Research.Thank you for your valuable contribution!
This is an international initiative, which will be pursued by the other Reproducibility Networks as well. The original survey, developed by E. Norris et al., has been modified by M. Montefinese and made available under the CC BY-NC 4.0 license.

Mission

The Italian Reproducibility Network (ITRN) is a peer-led consortium that aims to investigate the factors that contribute to robust research and disseminate them within the Italian scientific community. This is achieved by promoting initiatives and offering a hub for scientists to get in touch, exchange ideas and good practices, and promote collective learning. ITRN seeks collaboration with scientists in several disciplines, technical experts in relevant fields and stakeholders, so as to connect the widest possible spectrum of skills and knowledge.

Similarly to the other Reproducibility Networks in the world, ITRN investigates the factors that contribute to poor research reproducibility and replicability, and try to develop virtuous approaches to counter these factors and improve the quality of research. It also promotes collaboration among scientists and experts across a broad array of disciplines.

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Steering Group Members

This group of people is currently in charge of bootstrapping the network

SISSA, Trieste

University of Padova

University of Trento


Meyer Children's Hospital - University of Firenze

University of Trento

University of Milano-Bicocca

News

The Italian Reproducibility Network is glad to announce the first in person meeting since its foundation: "Provando e riprovando" - ITRN Meeting 13th May 2022 Firenze.

We are currently looking for about 5 potential contributions (5/6 min presentation) related to "Practices of reproducibility":

- topic: theoretical and practical applications of reproducibility

- modality: 5/6 minutes presentation + 4/5 mins Q&A Please, send a 100 words summary + links and references to submissions@itrn.org by April 14th. We will finalize the selection on April 22nd. Projects such as: tools, articles, events, local initiatives, etc are welcome.

Send an email to: submissions@itrn.org