Welcome and opening statement
SHAPE-ID Key Findings & Recommendations
Professor Jane Ohlmeyer | Trinity College Dublin | SHAPE-ID Principal Investigator
Policy Panel Discussion: From Recommendations to Practice
Professor Ludovic Thilly | The Coimbra Group
Dr Lidia Borrell-Damián | Science Europe
Dr Carthage Smith | OECD Global Science Forum
Dr Anna Antonova | Rachel Carson Institute for Environment and Society, LMU Munich
Introducing the SHAPE-ID Toolkit
Professor Catherine Lyall | The University of Edinburgh
With highlights on key toolkit resources for researchers, research organisations, funders, policymakers, and societal partners.
Plenary Discussion with SHAPE-ID Team and Invited Guests
Carthage Smith joined the OECD as head of the Global Science Forum (GSF) Secretariat in June 2014. He is responsible for working with national members to define the overall strategy and priorities for the Forum. This includes policy work on research infrastructures, Open Science, research funding mechanisms and science advisory processes.
Carthage was originally trained as a biochemist, with a PhD in neuroscience (Newcastle University, UK). Prior to joining the GSF secretariat, he was Deputy Executive Director of the International Council for Science (ICSU, Paris) for twelve years. In this position he led the strategic development of a number of major global science initiatives. Before moving to France, he spent six years at the UK Medical Research Council, where he was Head of International Cooperation.
Ludovic Thilly is Full Professor at the University of Poitiers. Since 2012, he is Executive Vice-Rector in charge of European Networks. Member of the Executive Board of the Coimbra Group since 2015, he was elected Chair in June 2017 and re-elected in June 2020 for four years.
Professor Thilly is a Physicist and works on the deformation mechanisms of (nano-)materials. He has co-authored 70+ publications in international peer-reviewed journals (incl. 4 book chapters) and given 50+ invited lectures at international conferences and institutions. He is Coordinator of the EC2U European University Alliance and coordinates the informal group of the 24 newly selected Alliances.
Anna S. Antonova is an early career scholar working at the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society at LMU Munich as director of environmental humanities development. Her research brings together humanities and social science approaches to examine social, environmental, and policy change in the contemporary European context, particularly in coastal landscapes. She was previously a Marie Skłodowska-Curie research fellow as part of the ENHANCE innovative training network (ITN) at the University of Leeds, where she wrote her PhD thesis on the conflicting narratives about environment and society emerging from the Yorkshire North Sea and Bulgarian Black Sea coastlines.