First International Conference "Open Science and Innovation in Ukraine 2022"

First International Conference "Open Science and Innovation in Ukraine 2022"

ISBN: 978-966-479-129-5 (Online)

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Abstracts of the international scientific conference on open science and innovation in Ukraine (timed to coincide with the international week of open access), which was held under the auspices of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and with the participation of leading experts from national, international organizations, associations and other sponsors, are published in the collection were published. Speakers from many countries of the world took part in the conference, ways of implementing the best practices of open science and innovations in Ukraine were discussed.

The issue is intended for researchers, managers and employees of scientific libraries, administrators of institutional repositories, managers and responsible executors of research projects, employees in the field of IT, publishers of scientific journals, developers of scientific information platforms and systems, graduate students and young scientists, design managers, co-founders of startups, chairmen and members of library associations, scientists working on the development of research related to artificial intelligence.


Open Access to Research Infrastructures

  1. Kostovyat H., Serzhanov V. The current state of development of research infrastructures in Ukraine
  2. Nikitin Y. Bolstering the implementation of scientific and technical developments using the concept of open innovation and tools of the european innovation council (“EIC”) within the framework of the “Horizon Europe” Program
  3. Zharinov S. Development of international scientific and technical cooperation
  4. Ivanchenko N. Pacularities of the scientific and technical activities monitoring of employees of national research and educational institutions
  5. Sidko A., Malaschonok G. Developing the open science infrastructure: a supercomputing platform for large matrix computing
  6. Chmyr О. National Repository of Academic Texts in the system of open science: current state and future development
  7. Kilchenko A. The use of the web resource of the professional publication of a scientific institution in the conditions of martial law
  8. Laktionov O. Intellectual technology of analysis and prediction quality of interaction elements of the subsystems of the complex system
  9. Malaschonok G. Open science in Ukraine: open cloud mathematics
  10. Auhunas S., Zharinova A., Kaliuzhna N. Descriptive metadata management for scientific events and conferences registration in Ukraine
  11. Kuznietsova T. Pilot project “creation of a 3D-virtual learning center in Pereyslav”: digitalization and european integration of higher education in the management of foreign economic activities
  12. Babko N. Open science as a way to increase the prestige of scientific professions

Current trends in research evaluation practices

  1. Shapovalov V., Shapovalov Ye., Savchenko I. Automation of the generation of scientific statistics and the development of monitoring publishing activity dashboards in real time
  2. Tsiura M., Tsybenko I. Citation databases to evaluate openness of research funded by public grants
  3. Dubovenko Yu. On the use of social networks as a prediction market tool for improving the practice of evaluation scientific research
  4. Mykhalchuk V. Prospects overview of hybrid brain-computer interface for increasing efficiency of research activity

Open Access to scientific literature and scientific-technical information

  1. Berezko O. Open science: opportunity for Ukraine
  2. Franchuk T. “Open science”: contradictions and algorithms of implementation
  3. Kucherenko I. Formation of open science competence at bogomolets nmu in the period of martial law
  4. Kostenko O. The impact of the open access policy on the students’ motivation to improve the research quality
  5.  Pinchuk O., Luparenko L. Modern resources for the formation, systematization and unification of the conceptual and terminological apparatus
  6. Kysil V. Vilna nauka: news aggregator of ukrainian science based on the example of world analogues
  7. Strungar A., Artyukh A. The influence of social network signals on the development of library web resources by search words

Open research data and reproducibility of research results 

  1. Chukanova S. The FAIR concept in the context of Open Science
  2. Fedchuk A., Cheberkus D., Zherebchuk S. Principles of open science in antarctic research
  3. Tarasova S. Oriented Approach In Open Science
  4. Gorbachuk V., Gavrilenko S., Golotsukov G., Nikolaevska O., Nikolenko D., Pustovoit M. Infrastructural technologies of big and open data of the National academy of sciences of Ukraine
  5. Shapovalov V., Shapovalov Ye. Automation of the generation of scientific statistics and the development of monitoring publishing activity dashboards in real time
  6. Kuzmenko O. Modern means of visualization of scientific research
  7. Shapovalov V., Shapovalov Ye. Designing conference notification approaches: an ontological and messenger approach
  8. Dubel M. The influence of digital distribution on the innovative sustainable development of education in Ukraine

Citizen Science: development, barriers and opportunities for Ukrainian citizens involvement into scientific and scientific-technical research in Ukraine

  1. Gorokhova T. Citizen science and its role in the sustainable development of Ukraine
  2. Bezzubko B. European experience of innovative development: lessons for Ukraine
  3. Liashenko O. Convergence of adult education and civic science in Ukraine: modern challenges and opportunities
  4. Ivanyukha T. Methods of formation and development of scientific and research skills of university students: traditions and modern trends in the context of open science

Ethics of Open Science

  1. Abdula A., Abdula I. Openness and rationality
  2. Fiialka S. Ethical norms of communication within the scientific community
  3. Hnedina K., Nahornyi P. Research integrity: principles and preconditions of assurance
  4. Hnativ Z. Emotional and aesthetic dominant in modern educational innovation processes

Open innovations during military actions and action plan for post-war recovery period

  1. Mytrofanov P. Transfer of technologies and systems of innovative activities
  2. Sas N. Comparison of features of recognized top-5 innovative companies in the World
  3. Bilous O. State stimulation of innovative development based on the “open innovation” approach
  4. Nochvai V. Open innovation as a factor of ukraine`s integration into the european research area
  5. Kononenko V. Legal regulation of state policy to support innovative activities in Ukraine
  6. Horiashchenko Y. Crowdsourcing as a priority of the research space of the state
  7. Levchenko O., Kosarevska R. BIM as a method of implementing innovations in architecture and construction to restore the country
  8.  Kovalev A., Litvinov O., Hrebennyk N. Perspectives for the development of accelerators in the universities of Ukraine
  9. Usar I. Features of the EU program “Horizon Europe”
  10. Horbas I. Diia as a platform for the development of open innovations
  11. Fedak N., Mamchur O. Innovative development of agrarian science in Ukraine
  12. Shtefan Ye. Modeling of research hub – infrastructure creation for innovative projects
  13. Alizadeh Jeyhun The structure of computer literacy in schools
  14. Bazyl L., Orlov V. Youth entrepreneurship is an effective direction of recovery of the post-war economy of Ukraine
  15. Pidorycheva I. Proposals for expanding cooperation between Ukraine and the Eu in the field of research and innovation in the war and post-war periods
  16. Fedorovich O., Rybka K., Leshchenko Y. Modeling the logistical process of supplying new weapons and training of military personnel for its use in a combat area
  17. Khomenko I., Lurin I., Khoroshun E., Negoduyko V., Tertyshnyi S., Maidanyuk V. The dynamic multimodal screening concept at level Ii of medical care provided for the armed forces of Ukraine
  18. Sadovnychenko I., Pastukhova N. Open data of molecular genetic research through the prism of global trends
  19. Zaitsev D. Psychophysiological approaches to maintaining efficiency and reducing neuro-emotional stress in participants in hostilities




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