The DIM PAMIR supports an approach to open science that is consistent with priorities identified by the Second National Plan for Open Science (2021-2024):

  • generalising open access to publications
  • structuring, sharing and opening up research data
  • expanding and promoting source code produced by research
  • transforming practices to make open science the default principle

Its originality lies in:

  • it seeks to transform research practices from existing practices by a bottom-up and realistic approach
  • its collaborative nature

In this context, the DIM develops and implements tools that make data documentation a centralized issue to ensure data traceability, search data, store data and software in an accessible and/or durable manner, and lastly, integrate the reflection of formats and standards that will contribute to generating a legitimate digital heritage in the field of ancient systems.

Adopting an open science policy also means making the network’s organisation and operating methods transparent and explicit. It means reporting on the DIM’s activities and making its results available to everyone.

This is why we have produced a number of reference documents and maps, and published data sets. We run Cafés and write Billets specifically dedicated to this theme. We organise exchanges and training courses. We list all the scientific work produced by projects funded by the MAP and PAMIR DIMs in HAL. Everything is accessible to everyone.

  1. The DIM’s Open Science Policy. It sets out the DIM’s various objectives relating to the three pillars of open science: publications, data and software. It refers to the documents required for calls for Doctorate and Post-doctorate projects, namely a data management plan and a data re-use policy (inspired by the Data Reuse Charter drawn up as part of DARIAH), and for calls for Equipment projects, an equipment access policy.
  2. Glossary and reference documents
  3. Open Science Cafés and Posts (led by Laurent Romary and written by Juliette Ollivier)
  4. The DOPAMINE Workshops, which provide opportunities for discussion and training around young scientists’ projects or equipment projects. They are led by Laurent Romary
  5. Datasets about the DIM Matériaux anciens et patrimoniaux, published on the Ile-de-France Region’s opendata platform
  6. Maps from the network and projects of the DIM Matériaux anciens et patrimoniaux.
  7. Scientific works produced by the supported projets of the DIM
  8. Some external resources

The DIM PAMIR’s open science policy is led by the Open Science Working Group, which is made up of the following members:

  • Serge Cohen (IPANEMA)
  • Sophie David (PPSM)
  • Juliette Ollivier (PPSM)
  • Laurent Romary (Inria)
  • Dan Vodislav (ETIS)

Former WG members

  • Caroline Corbières (PPSM)