Open Innovation in Science (OIS)
 Research Conference  2021

April 7-9, 2021 at CERN IdeaSquare | Geneva

***Information on OIS Research Conference 2021 will be updated regularly*** 

After postponing the OIS Research Conference 2020 due to the COVID-19-virus outbreak, we are happy to announce the new date for the OIS Research Conference 2021 at CERN IdeaSquare in Geneva, Switzerland, on April 7-9, 2021. While we plan for having a physical meeting, time will tell us to what extent virtual elements will be part of the event.

 

Conference details

 

The organizing committee of the OIS Research Conference 2021 at CERN IdeaSquare invites you to join the discussion about the role and value of open and collaborative approaches to generating and disseminating scientific research.

The conference theme, Open Innovation in Science (OIS), refers to enabling, initiating and managing inter- and transdisciplinary inbound and outbound knowledge flows and collaboration across organizational and disciplinary boundaries in scientific research. Such mechanisms can operate along the entire scientific research process, including the formulation of research questions, design of studies, acquisition of funding, collection of data, analysis of results and dissemination, as well as translating scientific knowledge into innovation. For a more detailed discussion about OIS click here.

Researching OIS includes investigating whether, how, and under which conditions applying open and collaborative practices along one or more stages of the scientific research process influences novelty, efficiency and/or impact of scientific research, taking balanced view that recognizes important contingency factors on the individual, organizational and ecosystem-level.

A formal call for abstracts will be issued in November 2020 (submission deadline: early February). Information regarding the submission and registration will be announced as soon as possible.

 

Please note that

  • we welcome abstracts on both, early-stage research (research ideas and ongoing projects) and completed projects.
  • participation either requires getting an abstract on an OIS research project or research idea accepted or being invited to contribute in an active role as a speaker, discussant or session facilitator. 
  • the paper of the submitted abstract must not have been accepted for journal publication.

 

The workshop officially starts on April 7 at 12:00 with a joint lunch and ends on April 9 at 13:00. We expect participants to be present during the entire time. A detailed conference program will be provided after the submission deadline.

Participation is free, including meals and social program in case of a physical meeting; travel and hotel expenses are not included (please see practicalities below).

 

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. We are very much looking forward to welcoming you in Geneva!

 

 

The Organizing Committee,

Marion Poetz

Scientific Director & Associate Professor

LBG OIS Center
Copenhagen Business School

Markus Nordberg

Head of Resources Development of the Development and Innovation Unit 

CERN, Switzerland

Henry Sauermann

Associate Professor

European School of Management and Technology Berlin

Christoph Grimpe

Professor

Department of Strategy and Innovation, Copenhagen Business School

Susanne Beck

Senior Post-doc & Conference Coordinator

LBG OIS Center
Copenhagen Business School

Saku Mäkinen 

Professor

Tampere University


THE OIS RESEARCH CONFERENCE 2021 IS ORGANIZED in collaboration WITH and SUPPORTed by

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Practicalities

The OIS Research Conference will take place at CERN IdeaSquare in Meyrin, Geneva, Switzerland.

CERN lists several hotels and apartment hotels in close vicinity to the conference venue. Please note that the conference dinner will take place in Geneva's city center.

Further hotel suggestions close to Geneva's city center include (ordered by budget):

* We will reserve a limited number of lower-cost single bedrooms for the participants of the OIS conference (recommended for PhD students). To make use of this option, please contact us via e-mail (ois.conference@lbg.ac.at).

Contact

Susanne Beck

Senior Post-doc & Conference Coordinator

LBG OIS Center
Copenhagen Business School

Marion Poetz

Scientific Director & Associate Professor

LBG OIS Center
Copenhagen Business School

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