17-19 June 2015
Graduate Institute & Campus Biotech (University of Geneva)
Europe/Zurich timezone


Scientific Committee

  • Paul Ayris – University College London (Chair)
  • Lars Bjørnshauge - SPARC Europe
  • Raf Dekeyser – University of Leuwen
  • Gilles Falquet – University of Geneva
  • Melissa Hagemann – Open Society Foundations
  • Neil Jacobs – JISC
  • Thomas Krichel – Open Library Society
  • Cameron Neylon - PLOS
  • William Nixon – University of Glasgow
  • David Prosser – Research Libraries UK
  • Frank Scholze – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
  • Herbert Van de Sompel – Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • Astrid van Wesenbeeck – KB – National Library of the Netherlands
  • Jens Vigen – CERN

Local Committee

  • Tullio Basaglia – CERN
  • Alexandre Bourban – University of Geneva
  • Jean-Blaise Claivaz – University of Geneva
  • Yves Corpataux - Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
  • Céline Courtial - CERN
  • Dimitri Donzé – University of Geneva
  • Laure Mellifluo – University of Geneva
  • Salomé Rohr – CERN
  • Dominique Vallée – University of Geneva
  • Jens Vigen - CERN

Organising bodies

CERN is the European Organization for Nuclear Research, the world's largest particle physics laboratory. University of Geneva
Created about 450 yeas ago, it is today the second biggest swiss university. The University of Geneva distinguishes itself by its intellectual patrimony, the excellency of its teachings which cover most fields in sciences, arts and literature and its cutting-edge research.
The Graduate Institute
The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies is an institution of research and higher education dedicated to the study of world affairs, with a particular emphasis on the cross-cutting fields of international relations and development issues.