We proudly welcome researchers and students from all scientific disciplines to join us on Bali for a two day (February 6-7, 2019) multi-disciplinary meeting on reproducible science and open scientific practices.
Venue: IGDORE Bali Campus, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
OSM 2019 is immediately preceded by the 1st Psychology & Law Open Science Conference (OPLS 2019), taking place during 4-5 February, 2019. Participants interested in the area of Psychology & Law, or interested in giving a workshop or similarly relevant to OPLS, are strongly encouraged to also attend OPLS 2019. Those who register for both conferences will pay only 25% of the registration fee to OSM. Please note that you need to register and pay separately for each of conferences:
Deadline for Registration to OSM 2019 (open!): Dec 31, 2018 (early bird); Jan 23, 2019 (late bird)
The 1st Psychology & Law Open Science Conference (OPLS 2019): 4-5 Feb, 2019
Deadline for Registration to OPLS (open!): Dec 17, 2018 (early bird); Jan 14, 2019 (final)
The latest version of the program is always available in this dynamic document (click here).
TALK: A Beginner’s Guide to Open and Reproducible Science (Dr. Rebecca Willén, IGDORE, Indonesia / Sweden)
WORKSHOP: A Beginner’s Guide to Statistical Computing with R (Dr. Tobias Heycke, GESIS, Germany)
TALK: An Introduction to the Psychological Science Accelerator, Collaborative Replication and Education Project, and Study Swap Initiatives (Gianni Ribeiro, PhD Candidate, University of Queensland, Australia)
THREE WORKSHOPS ON HOW TO PREREGISTER RESEARCH PROJECTS (Dr. Tobias Heycke, GESIS, Germany)
HACKATHON: Initiating the International Training Modules of Open Scientific Practices (Dr. Sau-Chin Chen, Tzu Chi University, Taiwan)
UNCONFERENCE SESSION: Engaging Graduate Students and Supervisors in Open Science (Dr. Jennifer Beaudry, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia)
WORKSHOP: R Markdown With Papaja (Dr. Sau-Chin Chen & Dr. Tobias Heycke)
PUBLIC SCREENING: Paywall: The Business of Scholarship (with Director and Producer Dr. Jason Schmitt, Clarkson University, USA)
PUBLIC SEMINAR: Open Access and the Dire Need for a Global Narrative (Dr. Jason Schmitt, Clarkson University, USA)
Early Bird (until Dec 31, 2018): 120 EUR
Late Bird (until Jan 23, 2019): 150 EUR
Early Career Researcher Early Bird (until Dec 31, 2018): 90 EUR
Early Career Researcher Late Bird (until Jan 23, 2019): 120 EUR
Student Early Bird (until Dec 31, 2018): 60 EUR
Student Late Bird (until Jan 23, 2019): 90 EUR
Last minute (Jan 24 – Feb 7, 2019): 180 EUR
Important note: If you are also registering for OPLS 2019, then you are eligible to a 75% discount on the registration fees above. (Register for OPLS 2019 here. It does NOT matter in which order you are making the two registrations.)
Registration fees for participants also registered for OPLS 2019
Early Bird (until Dec 31, 2018): 30 EUR
Late Bird (until Jan 23, 2019): 38 EUR
Early Career Researcher Early Bird (until Dec 31, 2018): 23 EUR
Early Career Researcher Late Bird (until Jan 23, 2019): 30 EUR
Student Early Bird (until Dec 31, 2018): 15 EUR
Student Late Bird (until Jan 23, 2019): 23 EUR
Last minute (Jan 24 – Feb 7, 2019): 45 EUR
Sunday 3rd February, 2019 (at 18:00): Informal Pre-Conference Meetup. Location to be announced. Organised jointly with OPLS 2019.
Tuesday 5th February, 2019 (at 17:30): Free Public Screening of Paywall: The Business of Scholarship. The film’s Director and Producer, Jason Schmitt, will be present for a live Q&A following the screening. Location: Cinema Paradiso, Ubud. Organised jointly with OPLS 2019.
Thursday 7th February, 2019 (at 17:00): Farewell Drinks. Location: IGDORE Bali Campus.
The conference is organised by Dr. Rebecca Willén (IGDORE), Dr. Jennifer Beaudry (Swinburne University of Technology, Australia), and Dr. Jan Antfolk (Åbo Akademi, Finland).
Thomas Nyman (PhD Student; Åbo Akademi, Finland) is generously helping out with core tasks.
We have collaborations with a number of hotels and hostels in Ubud for registered participants to OSM 2019 and/or OPLS 2019. Learn more about these accommodation options.
Do you need a visa? What vaccinations do you need? How to get there? How to bargain? How much will it rain? We’ve got you covered: Visit Bali!
We have also put together travel information relevant to families. And hey, when anyway traveling all the way to amazing Bali, why not also take the opportunity to extend your stay?
Dr. Jennifer Beaudry: email@example.com
Dr. Jan Antfolk: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Rebecca Willén: email@example.com