Conference venue
Area della Ricerca del CNR di Pisa
Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell’Informazione “A. Faedo” (ISTI)
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Important dates
Conference: Jan 31 – Feb 1, 2019
Submission: Oct 5, 2018
Notification: Nov 6, 2018
Camera ready: Nov 19, 2018
OpenAIRE Workshop on Open Science Publishing Practices and Prospects

OpenAIRE Workshop on Open Science Publishing Practices and Prospects

14:00 – 16:00, 31st of January, 2018
Area della Ricerca del CNR, Main Auditorium (Building 1)

With the advent of Open Science, science must evolve to support new scholarly publishing workflows, characterized by novel kinds of products, such as research data and software, and objectives, such as reproducibility, transparent evaluation of science, and new scientific reward mechanisms. The workshop programs six presentations from major experts in the field, who will expose what they believe to be the major challenges raised by Open Science today in the way research products are published, shared, and accessed in support of scholarly communication and publishing workflows.

Registration

Registration to the workshop is free and open up to a number of 250 participants. Please register by filling this form. Note that, registration to the main IRCDL conference or to the VIPER-C workshop, includes registration to the OpenAIRE workshop.

Program

Welcome and introduction, Paolo Manghi (Chair)

Open Access for publications: motivations, challenges, trends, Elena Giglia

Open Access practices: pre-prints and open citations, Stephen Curry

Research Data: motivations, challenges and trends, Eloy Rodrigues

Reproducibility (and the R*) of Science: motivations, challenges and trends, Carole Goble

Open science in Solid Earth Science: status and vision, Massimo Cocco

Open Science in Information Retrieval: status and vision, Nicola Ferro

Questions and answers

Report curator: Emma Lazzeri

Panelists

Carole Goble
University of Manchester (Research Objects)
Eloy Rodrigues
University of Minho (Next Generation Repositories)
Stephen Curry
Imperial College London (DORA chair)
Elena Giglia
University of Turin (OpenAIRE)
Massimo Cocco
INGV (EPOS research infrastructure)
Nicola Ferro
University of Padua (CLEF evaluation initiative)

Contacts

For any information or feedback please contact the organizers

Important dates

Submission: September 14, 2018
Notification: October 7, 2018

IRCDL Proceedings Series