Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication
Université Versailles Saint-Quentin


Accueil > News

Laurent Romary, invited researcher at Ipanema under funding from DIM

publié le

Laurent Romary, an internationally renowned researcher at Inria, is a visiting researcher at Ipanema as part of the DIM "Matériaux anciens et patrimoniaux", from 29 April to 20 June 2019, after a first visit from 3 to 9 February 2019.

Laurent Romary, an internationally renowned researcher working at the Institut national de la recherche en informatique et en automatique (Inria), studies data sciences in the context of ancient and heritage materials. From 29 April to 20 June 2019, he is a visiting researcher at IPANEMA (DOPAMINE project, IPANEMA, DYPAC, EPHE), supported by the "Matériaux anciens et patrimoniaux" DIM, funded by the Île-de-France Region, after a first visit from 3 to 9 February 2019. These guest professorships of collective interest are designed in interaction with research, training and support for students, doctoral candidates and post-doctoral fellows.

In this context, Laurent Romary led a research seminar at IPANEMA on May 6, in order to raise awareness among the unit’s members about the dissemination of publications on the HAL platform (CCSD’s open archive). He also taught two days of "Dopamine" training at Inria in Paris.

The first, entitled "Data in Heritage Sciences", was held on May 9. It focused on issues that arise for equipment, including questions about data in various formats, including proprietary formats, their availability, backup, documentation, reuse. The implementation of the Data Reuse Charter was also discussed during this Workshop.

On May 20, "Disseminating its publications in an open science context" presented the legal and institutional framework of open science policies implemented at European and national level, as well as the various instruments and platforms built by the CCSD : HAL (open archives), Episciences, AuréHal.

These two days of training followed the DOPAMINE workshop "Managing data in projects studying ancient and heritage materials" organized specifically for young researchers on 7 February 2019.