Frankfurt Open Science Initiative

Our student fellow Leah presented her work

For the first time, we awarded the Open Science Frankfurt Fellowships for one student (500€) and one PhD-student (1000€) in early 2020. These fellowships support planned/current projects that include Open Science in any fashion, and were awarded to Leah Kumle (student fellow) and Isabelle Ehrlich (PhD-student fellow) for their inspiring and open-science-supporting projects. Now our student fellow Leah presented her work at the virtual Vision Science Conference 2020! Leah created an R package to calculate power analyses for general linear mixed models.

Cancellation/postponement of Open Science Fellowships Event on the 22nd of April

Dear all, we hope this post finds you well. Given the circumstances, we are very sad to announce that we must postpone the Open Science Fellowships event on the 22nd of April. We will let you know when there is a new date. Please stay safe and best wishes, Martin, Dominik, and Julia

Watch online: 2nd OPEN SCIENCE DAY at Goethe University

Videos of the talks by Tom Hardwick and Flavio Azevedo

Dear all, since we all have more or less time in the evenings, we want to let you know, that your Open Science Day talks of @Tom_Hardwicke and @FlavioAzevedo can be watched anytime here: Video to talks

Announcing winners of Open Science Fellowships

Dear all, On behalf of the Frankfurt Open Science Initiative we are very proud to announce our first Frankfurt Open Science Fellows for the year 2020 and cordially invite you to their “inaugural talks” and a litte get-together on April 22nd at 4pm (PEG, 5.G170)Isabelle Ehrlich is our PhD Fellow and earned the fellowship for her project „PREMUP-Evidence“ in which she investigates the effect of different levels of Prediction Error on episodic memory performance.

2nd OPEN SCIENCE DAY at Goethe University

We are happy to announce our 2nd Open Science Day on Jan, 15th 2020

Our program: