Training session : Intellectual property and open science

BIOS2 presents a training session about:

Intellectual property issues in the context of open and collaborative science

To be held on December 13, 2019, from 1 to 4 PM (local time) at UQAM, Montreal, Room SH-2540 (Sherbrooke Hall).

The training session will be led by Eve-Lyne Comtois-Dinel, a research scientist and PhD candidate in sociology at UQAM, affiliated with TÉLUQ. Eve-Lyne is also research professional at CIRANO.

She is interested in the societal impacts of contemporary technological advances and the role of open science and open data in the knowledge-based society. She is currently working on a thesis on numerical Governance, within the more general framework of the sociology of quantification.

Eve-Lyne completed an internship at the OECD in summer 2018 at the Global Science Forum, Science, Technology and Innovation Division, on public engagement in open science. She holds an LL. M. Master in law from the Université de Montréal. 

It will be possible to attend the training session in person or online. 

Free of charge, registration required :

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