Amandine Wattelier-Bricout gets involved for the Open Science by becoming HAL Ambassador
We are proud to announce that our research team, the GREI-EA2120, has now a HAL Ambassador among its members! Her name is Amandine Wattelier-Bricout, PhD in Indian Studies, research fellow in the ERC-DHARMA project at the Humboldt University (Berlin) and manager of the HAL collection of EA2120.
We invite you to discover the HAL Ambassador profile of Amandine Wattelier-Bricout on the CCSD website. We reproduce here two quotes:
“Convinced of the importance of research accessibility, I am at the initiative of the creation of the HAL collection of my research unit, the GREI-EA2120 Indian Studies research group. As manager of this collection and member of the GREI board, I seek to raise awareness among my colleagues of the issues and principles of Open Science as well as to establish a culture of Open Science within my unit.”
“By becoming a “HAL Ambassador”, I hope to raise awareness of HAL and participate in the integration of FAIR principles within my disciplinary field, as well as provide an intermediary role between researchers and the CCSD.”