19-21 June 2019
University of Geneva
Europe/Zurich timezone
Open Science – its impact and potential as a driver for radical change


OAI11 - CERN-UNIGE Workship on Innovations in Scholarly Communications, 19-21 June 2019

25.02.2019 - Dear Colleagues,

The Scientific Committee for OAI 11 – The CERN-UNIGE Workshop on Innovations in Scholarly Communication is pleased to announce that the 11th Workshop will be held at University of Geneva on June 19th – 21st 2019. The theme of the Workshop is Open Science – its impact and potential as a driver for radical change.

The website for the event is at https://indico.cern.ch/event/786048/ and the Registration page for the plenary sessions of the Workshop is https://indico.cern.ch/event/786048/registrations/47972/. Please book early to avoid disappointment.

The Programme is still being finalised but the Conference sessions will include:

  • Practical Workshops (registration details to be announced soon)
  • A Technical session on Open Science software, tools and infrastructures
  • FAIR data as a booster for innovation
  • Copyright
  • New Initiatives and Studies in Open Access Book Publishing
  • Text and Data Mining (TDM)/Discovery
  • Research Evaluation and DORA
  • Preprints/archiving/dissemination of early-stage outputs
  • Beyond the known Known

Keynote presentations are planned on Research Evaluation and Progress in Open Science practice.

A poster session is planned as part of the 3-day Programme. If you would like to present a poster, please contact Josh Brown j.brown@orcid.org.

Papers are being presented by invited speakers. There is also a slot for papers presented by colleagues attending the Workshop. If you would like a 15-minute slot to present a paper/communication, please contact Dr Paul Ayris p.ayris@ucl.ac.uk with details of your proposal.

The Scientific and local Organising Committees look forward to welcoming you to Geneva in June for a dynamic, cutting-edge and interactive experience.

If you have any questions, please contact Dr Paul Ayris p.ayris@ucl.ac.uk.

The Twitter hashtag is #oai11

Paul Ayris

Chair, OAI11 Scientific Committee

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