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Francesca is a postdoc researcher at TPM, Tu Delft, where she works for the project 4OpenScience. This project examines existing Open Science (OS) Policies in place at Delft University. It will develop an evaluation framework to identify positive and negative effects of OS Policies Programs on research. 

Previously Francesca worked as Research Data Manager at DANS-KNAW and Community Manager for the European Research Infrastructure DARIAH-ERIC (a research infrastructure for the digital arts and humanities). 

In parallel, she has been conducting a doctoral research (based at the University of Verona, Italy) on collaborative practices among researchers within European Research Infrastructures (ERICs). The research question examines the friction between spontaneous collaboration dynamics among researchers and the structured governance model of the ERICs.The thesis will be defended in December 2023. 

Francesca is deeply interested in research and collaboration dynamics, and how these shape the advance of scientific discovery. Open Science principles have undoubtedly changed the way in which research is planned, performed and disseminated. In my opinion, however, Open Science should continuously be monitored and evaluated in order to assess the impact it has on both individual and collective research practices, as well on researchers' integrity and diversity. 

Education/Academic qualification

Doctorate, PhD programme in Philosophy, Universita di Verona

Award Date: 13 Dec 2023

Master's degree, Preservation and Presentation of the moving image , Universiteit van Amsterdam

Award Date: 1 Sept 2011

Keywords

  • B Philosophy (General)
  • H Social Sciences (General)

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