Sapienza University of Rome
Fabio Sciarrino is Deputy Rector for International Competitive Research Strategies at Sapienza Università di Roma, Full Professor at the Physics Department of the University of Rome La Sapienza, Senior Research Fellow at the International School for Advanced Studies Sapienza, SSAS. He is Principal Investigator of the Quantum Information Lab, Department of Physics, Sapienza University of Rome. In 2012 he was awarded an ERC-Starting Grant Consolidator funded by the European Research Council for his project on integrated quantum photonics (3D-QUEST) and later in 2015 of the ERC-Proof of Concept 3D-COUNT. He was European coordinator of the Marie Curie Network PICQUE project (Photonic Integrated Compound Quantum Encoding: www.picque.eu) of the Future and Emerging Technologies project QUCHIP (Photonics Quantum Simulator on a Chip: www.quchip.eu). He is currently coordinator of the European FET Open Project PHOQUSING and has been awarded as principal investigator of ERC (European Research Council) Advanced Grant QU-BOSS www.quantumlab.it
Title: From Moedas 3O's strategy to Horizon Europe: the growing attention towards open science
Abstract: In 2015, the Eu Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation, Carlos Moedas, launched the 3Os strategy (Open Science, Open Innovation, Open to the world) thus proposing "A new start for Europe: Opening up to an ERA of Innovation". Since then, Open Science has gained a growing attention from EU policy makers and it is now a key element for the Framework Programme Horizon Europe that promotes the adoption of open science practices, from sharing research outputs as early and widely as possibly, to citizen science, and developing new indicators for evaluation research and rewarding researchers.
All Sessions by Fabio Sciarrino
- Fabio Sciarrino, Sapienza University of Rome: From Moedas 3O's strategy to Horizon Europe: the growing attention towards open science
- Giovanni Destro Bisol, Sapienza University of Rome: A light in the dark: open access to medical literature and the COVID-19 pandemic
- Andrea Riccio, Sapienza University of Rome: Open Science: a shared mission statement within CIVIS alliance