NTU research projects, research infrastructures or teaching practices that have significantly demonstrated the adoption or promotion of open research best practices in their own or across subject disciplines.
These would include making their scientific contents, tools, and processes more open, accessible, transparent, and reproducible.
For NTU principal investigators, post-doc research staff and PhD students only.
Nominations have closed end of 19 September 2022. Thank you very much to all who have submitted. We are currently reviewing your submissions and will be in touch with you in October 2022.
Self-nomination is encouraged.
The process for nomination is as follows:
1. Clearly identify the nominator and the applicant (individual or team).
2. Provide a brief statement (up to 1,000 words), with links to evidence, articulating how the efforts of the applicants demonstrated and/or fostered open research in their research community.
All nominators and nominees are strongly encouraged to attend the Singapore Open Research Conference on 2 November 2022.
Awardees will receive their certificates and share their open research use cases during the Singapore Open Research Conference on 2 November 2022. The Awards Committee will be in touch with them on the Award prizes.
The NTU Open Research Awards Committee will review all nominations and make the final selection of the NTU Open Research Award recipients.