Open Science

I strongly believe that open science is necessary for good science. By "good science" I mean experiments which are reproducible and replicable. By "strongly believe" I mean that I can support this claim with arguments and evidence, but I am open to counter-arguments and will be very happy to discuss about this topic.


Since April 2018, I organise a monthly event called Open Science Beers in Munich. If you are interested in joining, please sign up to the MunichROCS mailing list or this facebook group to receive updates about upcoming events. 

Talks I've done in the past

I sometimes do talks and workshops about the why and how of open/replicable science. If you are interested in hearing one of these talks or workshops (or variations thereof) at your department, please contact me.


The Why and How of Open Science [60 minutes]. Talk presented in April 2018, at an Open

Science Workshop, organised by the Open Innovation in Science Centre (OIS) at the 13. Tagung der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Psychologie, Linz, Austria (link to slides here). 


The Why and How of Open Science: A crash course [45 minutes]. Talk presented in February

2018, at the Seminar of the Clinic of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, University of Munich, Germany (link to slides here).


Open Science Framework 101 [as COS ambassador, 45 minutes]. Talk presented at the "Open

Science: Improving your workflow to increase transparency and reproducibility" workshop in February 2018, at the Université de Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel, Switzerland (link to slides here).


False Facts: Why are some findings in psychological science not replicable? [60 minutes]. Talk

presented in October 2017 at the University of New England, Armidale, Australia (link to slides here).