OnLine Seminars On OpEN SCIENCE

2022/23 Edition

The online seminars registration link will be available later on, usually a few days before each seminar.  For additional information write to this email

Seminars last 30/40 minutes plus 10/20 minutes for questions.

April 5, 3 PM (CET)

Iratxe Puebla, Director of Strategic Initiatives & Community, ASAPbio

The Revision Process and Preprints

May 4, 9 AM (CET)
Alex Holcombe, University of Sydney
Contributorship: Changing Practices to Better Credit Researchers

June 7, 3 PM (CET)

Ioana Cristea, University of Padova, IT

Redesigning Incentives: Open Science Practices at the Cornerstone of Academic Evaluation


November 24, 3 PM

Valentina Pasquale, Italian Institute of Technology, IT

The transformative Potential of Open Science

December 14, 5 PM

Nicholas Coles, Stanford University, USA; Director of the Psychological Science Accelerator

Multi-lab and Multi-site Projects; the Psychological Science Accelerator

January 11, 3 PM (CET)

Rima-Maria Rahal, Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods, DE

Replication Studies


February 8, 3 PM (CET)

Eric-Jan Wagenmakers, University of Amsterdam, NL

Best Practices and Transparency in Statistics


March 1, 3 PM (CET)
Enrico Glerean,  Aalto University, School of Science, FI
Open issues in data sharing


2021/22 Edition

November 17  

Brian Nosek (University of Virginia and Executive Director of the Center for Open Science, US) 

Culture change toward more open, rigorous, and reproducible research

Slides | Video

December 15 

Ernesto Carafoli (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, Switzerland; Venetian Institute of Molecular Medicine, University of Padova, Italy) 

Fraud and self-correction in science

January 12 

Chris Chambers (Cardiff University, United Kingdom)

New forms of publication and revision

Slides |Video

February 9 

Simine Vazire (Melbourne University, Australia)

Credibility beyond replicability

March 9 

Franca Agnoli (University of Padova, Italy)

The Prevalence of Questionable Research Practices and Scientific Misconduct

Slides |Video

April 6 

Christina Bergmann (Hochschule Osnabrück and Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nederlands) 

Collaborating across time and space: How to get a large dataset together 

May 5 

Marco Perugini (University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy)

The signal and the noise: Sound research designs and power analysis

June 1 

Felix Schönbrodt (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany)

Open Science, metrics, and career

We thank the Italian Psychology Association (Associazione Italiana di Psicologia, AIP) for providing the Zoom account for the Online Seminars on Open Science.