Come along and hear from Kaitlin Thaney, Director of Mozilla Science Lab about the future of open research practice. We will also hear from people in universities, government, and the private sector who are active in open practice.
As a inaugural director of the Mozilla Science Lab Kaitlin Thaney fosters an ongoing dialogue between the open web community and researchers, highlighting the need for the development of essential skills for data science and how these skills can create new opportunities within and beyond specific research areas.
Previously Kaitlin was an advisor for the UK government on digital infrastructure and data science and she currently has a strong focus on the development of policy around digital science, data, and open practices. Kaitlin is also on the board of Directors of Datakind UK, a not-for-profit organisation that ‘does good with data’ by bringing together leading data scientists with societal good organizations to make data work in service of humanity.
Kaitlin Thaney, Director of Mozilla Science Lab
With lighting talks by:
Keitha Booth, Open Government Data and Information Programme Leader
Matt McGregor, Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand
Penny Carnaby, Lincoln University Librarian; Professor Digital Knowledge Systems
Fabiana Kubke, University of Auckland, Neuroscientist
Nicole Nogoy, GigaScience
Alison Stringer, Ministry of the Environment, CCANZ mentor, Open Data
Drinks to follow.
Aronui Lecture Theatre, Royal Society of New Zealand,
11 Turnbull Street, Thorndon, Wellington
24 June 2014
4 – 6 pm
For catering purposes, please RSVP here.
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