Convegno
First italian citizen science conference
Biodiversity, networks, open science and platforms
giovedì 23 novembre 2017 - sabato, 25 novembre 2017

Sala Marconi
Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche

piazzale Aldo Moro, 7
00185 Roma

GIOVEDI 23 NOVEMBRE

Ore 9:00 / Arrival, registration

Ore 9:30 / Conference opening
Emilia CHIANCONE
Massimo INGUSCIO
Fabio TRINCARDI
Representatives of Ministries

Ore 10:00 – 13.00 / Session 1. Biological monitoring through Citizen Science
Chairman: Valerio SBORDONI
Discussant: Ulf GäRDENFORS

Citizen science in Europe. A snapshot of the current situation
Katrin VOHLAND

Integrating CS in long term ecological research: a case study and a critical insight
Laura CRISCUOLO

Ore 10.40-11.10 / COFFEE BREAK

Citizen science in the LIFE projects, the experience of MIPP “Monitoring Insects with Public Participation”
Alessandro CAMPANARO

LIFE projects and citizen science (CSMON-LIFE)
Stefano MARTELLOS

Mosquito Alert: lessons and results from three years of Tiger Mosquito monitoring in Spain
Frederic BARTUMEUS

Citizen Science: experiences in the marine environment
Ferdinando BOERO

Ore 12.30 / Discussion and conclusions

Ore 13.00 – 14.30 / LUNCH

Ore 14.30 – 18.10 / Session 1. Biological monitoring through Citizen Science
Chairman Pierluigi Nimis
Discussant: Vincenzo VOMERO

Sharing Best Practice and Building Capacity in citizen science: the ECSA experience
Lucy ROBINSON

Natural History Museums and citizen science in Europe
Andrea SFORZI

Citizen science through the OPAL lens
David SLAWSON

Recreational Citizen Science: unite research with what citizens do for fun. Divers in marine biodiversity monitoring
Stefano GOFFREDO

Enhancing public awareness and advocacy for nature conservation: monitoring brown bears in the Abruzzo Lazio and Molise National Park
Paolo CIUCCI

Ore 16.10 – 16.30 / COFFEE BREAK

Modelling the spatial distribution of alien invasive species from citizen science data: limits and advantages
Fabio FRANCESCONI

BUGMAP, a citizen science approach to monitor the invasive brown marmorated stink bug Halyomorpha halys (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae)
Robert MALEK

The school of ants: a bridge between research and the Italian Schools
Cristina CASTRACANI

Citizens allowing long-term and large-scale monitoring of the role of Italy as a bridge between Europe and Africa for European birds: the Italian Ringing Centre at ISPRA.
Fernando SPINA

Ore 17.50 – 18.10 / Discussion and conclusions

Ore 20.30 / Social Dinner


VENERDI 24 NOVEMBRE

Ore 9:00 / Keynote lecture
Citizen Science: a new knowledge politics?
Alan IRWIN

Ore 9:30-11.30 / Session 2. Citizen Science and society
Chairman: Stefano MARTELLOS
Discussant: David SLAWSON

Citizen Science – innovation in science, society and policy
Aletta BONN

Citizen science: rethinking the role of Science (and Scientists) in Society
Alba L’Astorina

Citizen Science narratives: perspectives on how societal as well as scientific objectives can be successfully achieved
Poppy LAKEMAN-FRASER

Contributions of citizen science to open science for biodiversity
Kyle COPAS

Ore 11.10 / Discussion and conclusions

Ore 11.30 – 11.50 / COFFEE BREAK

Ore 11:50-13.20 / Session 3. Roundtable: National Citizen Science networks
Chairman: Andrea SFORZI
Discussant: Lucy ROBINSON

German platform for CS
Katrin VOHLAND

“Österreich forscht” – The Austrian Citizen Science Platform
Florian HEIGL

CS networks in UK
David SLAWSON

CS networks in France
Gregoire LOIS

‘Schweiz forscht’ – The Swiss Citizen Science Platform
Tiina STäMPFLI

Ore 13.00 / Discussion and conclusions

Ore 13.20 – 14.50 / LUNCH

Ore 14.50 – 17.20 / Session 4. Platforms and e-services for citizen science
Chairman Giorgio MATTEUCCI
Discussant Ferdinando BOERO

Citizen Science, Internet and citizenship rights
Nico PITRELLI

Adapter approach to bring CS observations to interoperability standards
Alessandro OGGIONI

Artportalen
Ulf GäRDENFORS

‘LifeWatch’ a research infrastructure for citizens and society
Alberto BASSET

Ore 16.10 – 16.30 / COFFEE BREAK

www.ispotnature.org. A citizen science, e-learning platform for nature lovers
Janice ANSINE

The Earthquake Network Project: crowdsourced smartphone-based earthquake early warning
Francesco FINAZZI

Ore 17.10 / Discussion and conclusions

Ore 17.30 / Closing lecture
Sven SCHADE, European Commission


SABATO 25 NOVEMBRE
Museo Civico di Zoologia, Villa Borghese

Ore 9.00
Tavola rotonda/conferenza stampa su Citizen Science e Comunicazione

Per maggiori informazioni:
http://www.citizensciencerome2017.com/



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