Course application for fall 2022 is now open! Deadline is 17th May 2022.
Did you know that Linux started off as a Master’s Thesis?
Did you know that Tesla Autopilot is built on an Open Source library?
Why is everyone talking Open Science? Because it brings new possibilities to increase quality and efficiency in technology and research, creating new opportunities for innovation and worldwide collaboration. The digital transformation we are living through opens a whole new array of exciting possibilities in science and technology. Explore this new and upcoming way of doing Science and Technology in this Tracks course.
This is a project-based course where you can either choose to analyze Open Science practices of any field of your choice or choose an aspect of Open Science to dive deeper. In general, you will gain an overall perspective of the different facets of Open Science: Open Data, Open Access, Open Source, Open Workflows, Licenses and Copyrights.
It’s open to everyone! All current and past Chalmers students. This is an interdisciplinary elective course, relevant to all educational program at Chalmers.
This course runs through study periods 1 and 2 (September to December). Register here: https://forms.office.com/r/v08tZhARfG (Last date: May 17). Questions? Contact: or . Learn more on Chalmers Tracks Courses here.