UCI and the Montreal Neurological Institute are committed to open science
This Thursday, at the University of Informatics Sciences (UCI, the professor of the Neurological Institute of Montreal in Canada, Dr.C. Samir Das promoted a viable practice to diversify collaboration through free and open access to scientific research.
The guest speaker of UCI Center for Computational Mathematics Studies introduced the university community to the paths of Open Science*.
Samir Das, who perceived the peculiarities of this centre during his stay in the Protocol Room of the School Building José Martí, associated his dialogue with lines related to neurosciences.
The talk was focused on the principles of open science, as well as on the various technical requirements necessary to make this a reality.
In the final minutes, the speaker provoked an avid exchange of opinions in the lecture hall of the Camilo Cienfuegos School building.
The meeting was attended by Dr.C. Pedro Valdés Sosa, deputy director of the Cuban Center for Neurosciences; Yanio Hernández Heredia, vice-rector of Production; Jorge Gulín González, director of the Center for Computational Mathematics at UCI, among other executives, students and workers.
UCI and the Montreal Neurological Institute are committed to open science.
* Open science is an increasingly important component of scientific discovery. With the need for greater international collaboration, larger data sets and deeper learning, it is increasingly important to engage in the research community.