Ethics & STICs: scientific integrity, research ethics & information ethics for ICTs
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date_range Débute le 1 février 2021
event_note Se termine le 3 février 2021
list 8 séquences
assignment Niveau : Introductif
chat_bubble_outline Langue : Anglais
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En résumé

What does integrity in research mean and why is it important to follow an ethical conduct when carrying your research work? Upon entering a PhD programme, you are moving from a student’s position, where your main responsibility was to acquire and demonstrate acquisition of knowledge, to a position of producing knowledge. This creates new relationships with colleagues and your hosting institutions, new expectations in your ability to produce knowledge properly and new responsibilities towards science and society in general.

To help you understand these changes, and because regulatory texts now demand that all doctoral students be trained in research integrity and ethics, the STIC doctoral school of the University Paris-Saclay provides this course to doctoral and masters students, but it can also benefit researchers. The course focuses on the specific types of issues you will encounter in information technologies. It can be appropriate to students in STEM fields, but covers only partially the needs of other scientific domains such as health or social sciences.

We hope it will trigger your interest and guide you along your career, because, as you’ll see, with the immense potential of Information Sciences and Technologies to transform our societies, come great responsibilities for the scientists who push them forward.

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Les prérequis

This course is addressed to Masters, PhD students and researchers in Information & Communication Sciences & Technologies, with no particular prerequisites. Researchers in STEM fields (Physics, Electronics, Materials sciences...) can also benefit from this course, specially the parts on Research Integrity and Research Ethics.

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Le programme

The course starts with a pragmatic “must know” perspective, which can and must be acquired easily and fast, and progresses towards more conceptual developments aimed at opening you up to the uncertainties and risks that are specific to your scientific domain:

  • The Doctoral Contract (researcher as a subject under law and an employee),
  • Research Integrity (producing science correctly),
  • Research Ethics (producing science responsibly),
  • Computer and Information Ethics (how these apply to your research context),
  • Intellectual property (researcher as a producer and consumer of value),
  • Scientific Communication and Internet Ethics (disseminating knowledge publicly),
  • Privacy and Personal data (protecting our digital selves),
  • Emerging issues in Computer and Information Ethics (what’s next, optional chapter).
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Les intervenants

Thomas Baudel
Research Director at the IBM France Lab and member-at-large of the STICs doctoral school of the University Paris-Saclay. An alumni of University of Paris-Sud, he has worked at Silicon Graphics, Alias|Wavefront, ILOG and IBM as a researcher in the industry. Conducting research in a private company involves addressing many legal, ethical and deontological considerations, which made him want to share his experience with young researchers.

Christine Froidevaux
Professor in Computer Science at the University of Paris-Sud, member of the Bioinformatics group at the Laboratory of Computer Science LRI, head of the master of Bioinformatics at Paris-Saclay. Christine is a member of the commission de réflexion sur l'éthique de la recherche en science et technologies du numérique (CERNA), which has developed a curriculum in research integrity and ethics to address the challenges faced by doctoral students in digital technologies.

Arnaud Billion
Arnaud Billion is specialized in International Copyright Law, graduated from King's College London and University of Strasbourg. He works as a referee for AI and IT ethics at IBM France Center for Advanced Studies, and operates several open innovation projects. His domains of interests encompass Intellectual Property Law applied to IT, Information Ethics and Computable Law.

Other contributors
This course has benefited from the experience and feedback of many experts in the areas it covers. The course staff wishes to thank Alice René, responsible for bioethics regulation at CNRS, Max Dauchet, professor emeritus at the Université de Lille and president of the CERNA, Jules-Marc Baudel, former member-at-large of the Paris bar association, Laurence Devillers, Research Director at LIMSI and member of the CERNA, Wendy Mackay, Research Director at INRIA, Michel Beaudouin-Lafon, professor at University of Paris-Sud, Nicole Bidoit, professor at University of Paris-Sud and head of the STICs doctoral school of University Paris-Saclay, Sophie Vuillet-Tavernier, director of public and research relations at CNIL, and Russell Owen, Engineering Manager at Lyft, for their numerous and insightful suggestions. It is to be understood that their assistance does not constitute an endorsement, and that the course staff endorses full responsibility of the course material provided therein.

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Le concepteur

Université Paris-Saclay

L’Université Paris-Saclay a été conçue pour développer à un niveau inédit en France le continuum des connaissances depuis les sciences fondamentales jusqu’aux sciences appliquées, mettant l’accent sur l’interdisciplinarité et l’ouverture sur le monde. Son objectif est de faire avancer la connaissance sur les grands enjeux de société grâce à une recherche au plus haut niveau international. L’Université Paris-Saclay offre ainsi aux étudiants un cadre et un contenu de formation tournés vers l’avenir. Les interactions permanentes entre laboratoires et acteurs socio-économiques permettent de transformer des résultats d’une recherche de pointe en innovations.

Les dix-neuf institutions fondatrices apportent à l’Université Paris-Saclay les forces qui font leur réputation : lien étroit entre formation et recherche, laboratoires et grands instruments de recherche aux standards internationaux, réputation internationale des formations d’ingénieurs et de managers, cursus diversifiés de haut niveau.

Pour soutenir l’offre de formations communes portées par l’Université Paris-Saclay, et donner les moyens aux partenaires d’enrichir leur propre offre de formation, l’Université Paris-Saclay a conçu le programme « former avec le numérique » qui s’inscrit dans la dynamique de création du Learning center de l’Université.

Ce programme, doté par l’IDEX Paris-Saclay en appui des moyens mis par les partenaires, accompagne la création de MOOC et celle de SPOC pour les étudiants de l’Université, ainsi que pour des usages de formation continue vers le monde socio-économique avec lequel les contacts sont déjà forts.

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La plateforme

FUN MOOC

France Université Numérique est le diffuseur des cours en ligne des établissements d’enseignement supérieur français et de leurs partenaires.

Il opère plusieurs plateformes de diffusion, dont la plus connue, FUN MOOC, est la première plateforme académique francophone mondiale. Grâce à de nombreux établissements partenaires, cette plateforme propose un vaste catalogue de cours s’enrichissant de jour en jour avec des thématiques variées et d’actualité.
 

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