Recently, an extraordinary event took place at Lviv Polytechnic National University – the Joint Youth Science Forum «Litteris et Artibus» and the XIII International Conference «Young Scientists Towards the Challenges of Modern Technology». Similar events have been held at the University since 2006, and it is due to them young scientists have the opportunity to publicize the results of their own researches. The Forum program provides not only the presentation of achievements, but a broad discussion on the current problems of the formation of young scientists, as well as comparison of various aspects of scientific activity in Ukraine and in the world. This time the main theme of the discussion was the Open Science movement, in particular, its essential aspect – an open peer review.
As you know, Open Science is the movement to make scientific research, data, and dissemination accessible to all levels of an inquiring society, amateur or professional.
The press service of Lviv Polytechnic asked to tell about the Forum and its results Oleksandr Berezko, organizer and moderator of the event, Head of the Council of Young Scientists of Lviv Polytechnic, as well as the participants of this meeting: Yuliia Ovchynnykova, Acting Dean of the Faculty of Biology of Vasyl Stus Donetsk National University, coordinator of the Eurodoc interdisciplinary work group, Hryhorii Mozolevych, Head of the Expert Group of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and Wojciech Wodo, lecturer of Wrocław University of Science and Technology, a cybersecurity expert.