15-17 September 2021
Microsoft Teams Meeting
Europe/London timezone

A three-day workshop to catalyse the creation of new citizen science projects within EOSC Future. The programme will feature showcase presentations to introduce the concepts, tools and best practices for using citizen science to enhance scientific research. With help from experts, workshop attendees will also be able to build their own citizen science projects, using their own data, to solve their own scientific challenges.

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Europe/London
Microsoft Teams Meeting

Connection Details

All the sessions of this workshop will be hosted using Microsoft Teams meetings. A separate meeting has been created for each day of the workshop. To join the workshop on a particular day, please use the corresponding link.

Day 1 (September 15th)

Day 2 (September 16th)

Day 3 (September 17th)

Note that all the meetings will be recorded.

Meeting Recordings

Not yet available.

Slack Workspace

To facilitate discussions and share ideas, we have also created a Slack workspace for the workshop. You can join the workspace here.

Resources

Links to resources for the Second ESCAPE Citizen Science Workshop are not yet available.

Until then, attendees can prepare for the workshop by reviewing material from the First ESCAPE Citizen Science Workshop. Recordings are available for the first two days of the workshop:

Day 1 Recording

Day 2 Recording

All the sample data and Python code examples that were used for the first workshop are available via Github here.

Acknowledgements

The workshop is held as part of the ESCAPE project (European Science Cluster of Astronomy & Particle Physics ESFRI Research Infrastructures) that has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement no. 824064.