Mannheim Open Science Day 2023

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We are pleased to announce that the 5th annual Mannheim Open Science Day on the October 12th, 2023. The Open Science Day is a fantastic opportunity to showcase, share and discuss the diverse array of Open Science activities and experiences taking place at the University of Mannheim and beyond.

This year, our keynote speaker will be Dr. Anne Gartner who will present Open Science as a good researcher practice. Other topics like experiences with preregistration in Marketing research and Open Data and Replication in Economics will be covered as well as a series talks of best practices in Open Science from the University of Mannheim.

Venue: Hybrid at Fuchs-Petrolub-Saal (O138), Schloss Schneckenhof, University of Mannheim and via Zoom
Date: 12 October, 11 a.m.–4 p.m.
Contact: Dr. David Philip Morgan, Dr. Philipp Zumstein
Registration for the onsite event
Registration for online participation



Session 1: 11–12 a.m.

Moderation: Prof. Henning Hillmann



Dr. Sabine Gehrlein

University Librarian, University of Mannheim

Prof. Henning Hilmann

Vice President for Research and Early-Stage Researchers, University of Mannheim


Open Science Office: Uptake of Open Science at the University of Mannheim

Dr. David Philip Morgan

Open Science Office, University of Mannheim



Open Science as a good practice in doctoral training and shifting incentives for Open Science in Academia

Dr. Anne Gärtner

Chair of Differential and Personality Psychology, TU Dresden


Session 2: 1–1:40 p.m.

Moderation: Dr. Philipp Zumstein


Preregistration and Data Repository Practices in Business and Marketing Research

Prof. Dr. Sabine Kuester


Practical Experiences with Data and Replication policies in Economics Journals

Prof. Dr. Arthur Seibold


Open Science Grant 2023 Awardees: 1:50–2:40 p.m.

Moderation: Dr. David Philip Morgan


Blessed be ye poor: An open and citizen-focused approach to study cultural religiosity

Dr. Jana Berkessel


Understanding the underlying mechanisms of cross-linguistic influence: Evidence from priming in German-Italian bilinguals

Dr. Ioli Baroncini


Can emotions explain how threat rhetoric shapes preferences for freedom versus security

Dr. Sandra Morgenstern


Emotionality effects in source memory: What are the effects of age and experimental environment

Dr. Nikoletta Symeonidou


Session 3: 2:50–3:50 p.m.

Moderation: Dr. David Philip Morgan


Open Science Fishbowl (on-site only)

How it works:

A few seats will be placed in the middle of the room, and filled by a few volunteers in the middle. A couple of seats will be left empty. The remaining guests will congregate around the seats in the middle of the room.

Participants sat in the middle will begin to discuss led by a moderator. After some discussion has taken place another person may join an empty chair at which time one person already seated must voluntarily leave.

The main discussion in this fishbowl will be about:

Implementing Open Science Practices in Research: Who does what? And why? And Who is responsible to check that Open Science is done right?


Closing words

Prof. Henning Hillmann and Dr. Sabine Gehrlein