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

Organisation

Scientific Committee

  • Paul Ayris (Chair) – UCL (University College London)
  • Josh Brown – ORCID Europe
  • Sue Ann Gardner – University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Elena Giglia – University of Turin
  • Tiberius Ignat – SKS (Scientific Knowledge Services)
  • Danny Kingsley – University of Cambridge
  • Frank Manista – JISC
  • Fama Sene NDIAYE – Université Alioune Diop
  • Martyn Rittman – MDPI
  • Frank Scholze – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
  • Marco Tullney – Technische Informationsbibliothek (TIB). Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology
  • Jens Vigen – CERN
  • Tyler Walters – Virginia Tech

Local Committee

  • Tullio Basaglia – CERN
  • Jean-Blaise Claivaz – University of Geneva
  • Dimitri Donzé – Head of the local committee – University of Geneva
  • Anne Gentil-Beccot – CERN
  • Pablo Iriarte – University of Geneva
  • Maud Medves - CERN
  • Floriane Muller – University of Geneva
  • Salomé Rohr – CERN
  • Marina Savino – CERN
  • Dominique Vallée – University of Geneva
  • Jens Vigen – CERN

Organising bodies

UNIGE
CERN is the European Organization for Nuclear Research, the world's largest particle physics laboratory. University of Geneva
Founded in 1559, the University of Geneva is today the second biggest swiss university. It 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.