Open and Reproducible Science Series

We are excited to host a new monthly series of workshops and talks to promote Open and Reproducible Science at the University of Exeter Penryn campus.

This series will include invited speakers from both within and outside the department, covering the life-cycle of a research project including Pre-registration, Project management, Reproducibility, ChatGPT (and AI in general), and more.


Where: Exeter University Penryn campus

When: Tuesdays from 3:00-5:00pm, once a month

Feed me?: yes, there will be tea, coffee, and snacks

Date Location Topic
5th September Exchange Red Reproducible outputs: publication ready figures & tables
3rd October ESI Trevithick Coding with AI: using ChatGPT and co-pilot
7th November TBC Scientific publishing
5th December TBC Collaborative coding session
16th January TBC Cloud computing at Exeter

Scheduled talks subject to change as the series evolves. Please check this website and look out for calendar invites for confirmed bookings and locations.

Previous workshops

Date Speakers Topic Resources
28th March 2023 Mark Kelson & Erik Postma Reproducible and Open Science Symposium Slides | Talk recording: part1, part2
9th May 2023 Mark Hanson The ghosts of journals past, present, and future Talk recording (accessible with University of Exeter account only)
20th June 2023 ExDataHub Making reproducible projects Slides | Talk recording (open access) | intRo to RStudio Projects & git tools
11th July Lotty Brand & Matt Jones An introduction to open science and preregistration
1st August Dan Sankey Let’s build R-Shiny web apps. For science!

Get Involved

We welcome all levels of involvement in the series. If you would like to contribute a talk, workshop, or conversation topic on any subject linked to open and reproducible science, please get in touch with us by email or come and speak to us at an event.