OAI11 – CERN-UNIGE Workshop on Innovations in Scholarly Communication

from Wednesday, 19 June 2019 (08:00) to Friday, 21 June 2019 (18:00)
University of Geneva (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
19 Jun 2019
20 Jun 2019
21 Jun 2019
AM
08:15
Registration desk opens at 8:15 (until 09:00) (Uni Mail Hall)
09:00
Workshops - Danny Kingsley (until 12:00) (Uni Mail)
09:00 Bullied into Bad Science: Envisioning a fairer, more open and ethical research and publication environment - Daniela Saderi (PREreview/Mozilla) Lauren Maggio (University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda)   (Uni Mail)
09:00 Discovery and FAIR writing: new tools, no walls - Gabriele Marinello (Qeios) Elena Giglia (Universita' degli Studi di Torino) Peter Kraker (Open Knowledge Maps)   (Uni Mail)
09:00 How to flip a journal to (fair) Open Access - Ludo Waltman (CWTS) Johan Rooryck (Leiden University) Saskia de Vries (Fair Open Access Alliance)   (Uni Mail)
09:00 Plan S implementation by institutions and libraries - Bianca Kramer Marco Tullney (Technische Informationsbibliothek (TIB). Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology)   (Uni Mail)
09:00 Retaining and sharing research notebooks - Mary Donaldson (University of Glasgow)   (Uni Mail)
09:00 Seachange in Research: Collaboration next to Competition - Charlie Rapple (Kudos) Miro Pusnik (CTK Ljubljana) Linda Andersson (TU Wien) Paul Ayris (UCL) Tiberius Ignat (Scientific Knowledge Services)   (Uni Mail)
08:15
Registration desk opens at 8:15 (until 09:00) (Uni Mail Hall)
09:00
Session 3 - Sue Gardner (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) (until 10:30) (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
09:00 Copyright Sovereignty and Implications for New Limitations and Exceptions for Science - Ruth L. Okediji (Harvard University)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
09:25 Free Licensing and the Public Domain at Wikimedia - Stephen LaPorte (Wikimedia Foundation)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
09:45 The Intellectual Property Implications of 3D Printing: Adapting to Innovation Whilst Adopting Innovative Regulation? - Dinusha Mendis (Bournemouth University)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
10:05 Panel with the session's speakers - Mr Stephen LaPorte (Wikimedia Foundation) Prof. Ruth Okediji (Harvard University) Dinusha Mendis (Bournemouth University)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
10:30
Keynotes (until 11:00) (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
10:30 Open Science will never prevail without a thorough revisiting of the way evaluations of researchers are conducted - Bernard Rentier   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
11:00 --- Coffee break ---
11:30
Session 4 - Tyler Walters (Virginia Tech) (until 13:00) (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
11:30 From the Bottom Up: Can Open Monographs Gain a Foothold in North America? - Peter Potter (Association of Research Libraries and Virginia Tech)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
11:50 Developing a roadmap for OA monographs in Europe: key outcomes from a Knowledge Exchange survey and workshop - Graham Stone (JISC)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
12:10 Exploring Open Access Ebook Usage: Toward a Common Framework - Brian O'Leary (Book Industry Study Group)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
12:30 Towards a European network to support open access monographs - Pierre Mounier (OpenEdition)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
08:15
Registration desk opens at 8:15 (until 09:00) (Uni Mail Hall)
09:00
Session 7 - Martyn Rittman (MDPI) (until 10:30) (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
09:00 Against all odds: we only see numbers - Dasapta Erwin Irawan (Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
09:20 PREreview: changing the “who” and the “how” of scientific peer review - Daniela Saderi (PREreview/Mozilla)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
09:40 Preprints - the pathway to publishing innovation? - Michael Markie (F1000 Platforms)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
10:00 Better together: building services for public good on top of content from the global network of open repositories - Petr Knoth (Knowledge Media Institute, The Open University)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
10:30 --- Coffee break ---
11:00
Session 8 - Tiberius Ignat (Scientific Knowledge Services) (until 12:30) (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
11:00 State of communication: how, why and where researchers are publicising their work before publication - Charlie Rapple   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
11:15 Talking science through videogames - Attila Szantner (MMOS)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
11:30 Rethinking Scholarly Communication with AI: Keywords Are Not the Answer to Improve Your Search Result - Linda Andersson   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
11:45 How to involve Citizen Scientists to develop Ethical AI for Knowledge Exchange - Huma Shah   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
12:00 Q&A Panel - Huma Shah Charlie Rapple Attila Szantner (MMOS) Linda Andersson   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
PM
12:00 --- Lunch ---
13:45
Keynotes (until 14:00) (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
13:45 Opening Keynote : Professor Jacques de Werra, Vice-Rector in charge of the scientific information and the digital University   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
14:00
Session 1 - Paolo Budroni (Vienna University of Technology) Tony Ross-Hellauer (Göttingen State and University Library) (until 15:30) (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
14:00 Bridging the World where Science is Performed and the World where Science is Published - Paolo Manghi (CNR-ISTI – OpenAIRE Connect)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
14:30 Portfolio/Showroom – Making Art Research Accessible - Florian Bettel (University of Applied Arts Vienna)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
15:00 #DontLeaveItToGoogle - How open infrastructures enable continuous innovation in the research workflow - Peter Kraker   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
15:30 --- Coffee break ---
16:00
Session 2 - Elena Giglia (Università Torino) (until 17:30) (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
16:00 Making FAIR Easy - Luiz Bonino (Leiden University Medical Centre)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
16:20 FAIR Data Management and Stewardship – A Funder Perspective - Annalisa Montesanti (Health Research Board (HRB))   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
16:40 Bringing researchers along on the road to FAIR data - Maria Cruz (Library of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam )   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
17:00 Open Innovation@ENEL - Carlo Napoli (Enel Foundation)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
17:30
Collaborative poster presentations - Josh Brown (ORCID) (until 18:30) (Uni Mail Hall)
19:00 --- Reception ---
13:00 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Session 5 - Frank Manista (JISC) (until 15:30) (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
14:00 Can I help you with that? Using metadata for OA discovery - Rachael Lammey (Crossref)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
14:20 The future role of repositories for OA discovery - Dirk Pieper (Bielefeld University Library)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
14:40 OA Discovery through Unpaywall - Jason Priem (Impact Story)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
15:00 Not just a British library: enabling a global discovery experience - Dimity Flanagan (British Library)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
15:30 --- Coffee break ---
16:00
Session 6 - Frank Scholze (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) (until 17:30) (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
16:00 Incentivising open research and implementing DORA - a funder perspective - David Carr (The Wellcome Trust)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
16:20 How various perspectives on OA publishing determine policies - Thed van Leeuwen (Leiden University)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
16:40 Open Science, research assessment and DORA: re-engineering the measures of success - Stephen Curry (Imperial College London)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
17:00 A social and technical infrastructure for cultural change - Catriona MacCallum (Hindawi)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
17:30
Invitation to give 15-minute papers - Organising Committee (until 18:30) (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
17:30 What do book authors think about open access? Findings from a global survey - Rosalind Pyne (Springer Nature)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
17:45 Preprints in Medicine - safeguarding the need for speed - Claire Rawlinson   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
18:00 Plan S in Italy - Stefano Bianco (INFN e Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati (IT))   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
18:15 Reproducible Computational Workflows with Continuous Analysis - Emmy Tsang (eLife)   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
18:30 --- Share your drink ---
12:30
Keynotes (until 13:15) (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
12:30 OS: what has been done so far in EU policy and what is left - Jean-Claude Burgelman   (Uni Mail, auditorium M R380)
13:15 --- Lunch and departures ---
14:00
CERN visit (until 17:00) ()