Future & Past Activities
The OSIP currently organizes three types of activities, which are open to all members of our department, ranging from students to postdocs to professors!
During the winter term 2022/2023, upcoming events will be held in-person!
Find our program for the winter term 2022/2023 here and in the text below:
Quarterly OSIP Meetings
A quarterly meeting for organizational matters concerning Open Science at our department. We discuss, for example, new steps for the implementation of Open Science practices, or which topics would be interesting for upcoming workshops. This meeting is open to all members of the OSIP and to anyone interested in joining us. We explicitly encourage students to participate because all perspectives matter to us! Date and times for these meetings are announced via our mailing list, so feel free to sign up here.
The student members of the OSIP organize a monthly ReproducibiliTEA - an open talk session for discussing Open Science related issues. The topics range from meta contemplations about transparency to practical considerations for implementing Open Science. In every session, a selected guest from LMU or an external institution gives a short introduction and moderates the discussion. This forum serves as the ideal opportunity to ask questions or report on your own experiences. The ReproducibiliTEA is explicitly open to all disciplines and institutions to create the most interesting discussions. The date and time for the upcoming sessions will soon be announced here and via our mailing list.
Talks & Workshops
The OSIP regularly offers expert talks and workshops on Open Science related topics that are addressed at researchers on all career levels spanning students to postdocs to professors. The time and date for upcoming workshops will be announced here and via our mailing list. Below, you can also find a list of our past workshops including the open materials provided in our OSF project.
If you are interested in learning about a specific Open Science topic or want to give a talk/workshop yourself, feel free to contact us under firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming Workshops & Talks
- Workshop "Version Control" by Malika Ihle & Felix Henninger: 27.10.2022, 09:00-12:00, Raum 3322, Leopoldstr. 13 -> register here!
- Talk "Meta Research and the QUEST for responsible research" by Ulf Tölch: 17.11.2022, 16:00-17:00, Raum M-001, Gewschwister-Scholl-Pl. 1-> register here!
- Workshop "Theoriebildung in der Psychology" by Lena Schiestel: 06.12.2022, 09:00-12:00, Raum 3322, Leopoldstr. 13 -> register here!
- Workshop "Offene Forschungsdaten vs. Datenschutz und Anonymität?" by Anton Marx & Felix Schönbrodt: 10.02.2023, 09:00-12:00, Raum 3322, Leopoldstr. 13 -> register here!
All workshops in 2022/2023 will be held in an in-person format. Details on the upcoming workshops are available at the top of the page!
Past Workshops (incl. links to open materials)
- Open Access - Felix Schönbrodt & Maximilian Frank - 09/2022
- Advanced Power Analysis - Felix Schönbrodt & Moritz Fischer - 07/2022
- Tips and Tools for a Reproducible Workflow - Caroline Zygar-Hoffmann & Moritz Fischer - 11/2021
- Advanced Power Analysis - Caroline Zygar-Hoffmann, Lena Schiestel, Philipp Sckopke & Felix Schönbrodt - 07/2019
- Maintaining privacy with open data - Relix Schönbrodt & Anton Marx - 02/2019
- Maintaining privacy with open data - Ruben Arslan - 02/2018
- Curate Science: Estimating the Trustworthiness of Empirical Research by Quantifying its Transparency - Etienne LeBel - 09/2017
- Preregistration Master Class - Chris Chambers - 05/2017
- Examining Psychological Science through Systematic Meta-Method Analysis: A Call for Research - Malte Elson -05/2017
- Practical Recommendations to Increase the Informational Value of Studies - Daniel Lakens - 05/2017
- Preregistration Workshop - Felix Schönbrodt, Anne Scheel & Clemens Stachl - 11/2016
- Our Digital Stoneage: Why canceling subscriptions may just yet save scholarship - Björn Brembs - 10/2016
- Advanced Power Analysis - Felix Schönbrodt & Stella Bollmann - 06/2016
- Do's and Don'ts of data analysis: Lessons from the replication crisis - Felix Schönbrodt (organized by the DGPs) - 03/2016
- How replicable is psychological research? A Bayesian reanalysis of the Reproducibility Project : Psychology - Alex Etz - 02/2016
- An introduction to Bayes factors and sequential testing - Felix Schönbrodt - 01/2016