Third Arqus and ENLIGHT webinar on Open Science

29 April2024

Type: Open Science

Format: Seminar

Open to: Academics & researchers, Admin. Staff, Early Post-docs, Entrepreneurs, External Stakeholders, General public, HE managers, PhD Students, Students, Teachers

The Arqus and ENLIGHT Alliances invite Open Science enthusiasts and knowledge seekers to participate in this webinar series on Open Science. The third webinar “Open Source Software and Open Licenses – A practical approach” will be held on 29th April 2024 from 10:00 to 11:30 CEST.

What is the relation between Open Science and Software Licenses? What is the difference between Free Software and Open Source? Which process should I follow to share my software? In this presentation, Pablo García, Professor of Computer Science at the University of Granada, will demystify various software licenses, ranging from permissive ones like MIT and Apache to copyleft licenses such as the GNU General Public License (GPL). He will demonstrate how the choice of a particular license can influence the accessibility, distribution, and reuse of scientific software, highlighting the pivotal connection between open-source licensing and the principles of Open Science.

Third webinar:


Open Source Software and Open Licenses – A practical approach

  • Objective: demonstrate how the choice of a particular license can influence the accessibility, distribution, and reuse of scientific software.
  • Pablo García (University of Granada).
  • 29th April 2024.
  • 10:00 to 11:30 CEST.
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