Colloquium on Open Access Publishing in Particle Physics

from Wednesday, December 7, 2005 (1:30 PM) to Thursday, December 8, 2005 (3:00 PM)
CERN

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Dec 7, 2005
Dec 8, 2005
AM
9:00 AM Overview of the questions we need to ask - Leo Waaijers (SURF-DARE)   ()
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9:30 AM Summary of the two first day's issues and focus for the second day's discussion - Fred Friend (JISC)   ()
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10:00 AM General discussion   ()
11:00 AM --- coffee break ---
11:15 AM Commitments to take back home - Ken Peach (John Adams Institute for Accelerator Science)   ()
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PM
1:30 PM Welcome and goals of the workshop - Robert Aymar (CERN)   (AB Auditorium (6-2-024))
1:35 PM UNESCO's approach to Open Access and Public Domain Information - Walter Erdelen (UNESCO)   ()
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1:40 PM OA at WSIS - hans Hoffmann (CERN)   ()
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1:45 PM Open Access - what has been going on? - Alma Swan (Key Perspectives Ltd. - UK)   ()
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2:05 PM The role of the funding agencies - Andrew le Masurier   ()
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2:25 PM Options of current OA publications in HEP - Martin Blume (APS)   ()
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2:45 PM E-journals long-term electronic archiving overview - Ruth Jones (British Library)   ()
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3:05 PM CERN OA publishing in the LHC era. - Rudiger Voss (CERN)   ()
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3:25 PM --- coffee break ---
4:00 PM Round Table - Guido Altarelli (CERN) Daniele Amati (SISSA) Marc Brodsky (AIP) Fred Friend (JISC) Hans-Ake Gustafsson (University of Lund (ALICE)) Ken Lilliwhite (IOPP) Claus Montonen (EPS) Poole John (JACoW) Michael Praszalowicz (Acta Physica Polonica, B) Fridger Schrempp (DESY) Steinar Stapnes (University of Oslo (ATLAS)) Jan Velterop (Springer)   ()
6:30 PM --- Dinner ---
12:00 PM --- lunch ---