Day 1 – Wednesday 5th September
09:00-9:30 Coffee & Registration
9:30-10:45 Welcome to the Conference by the OpenUP consortium
Moderator day 1: Tony Ross-Hellauer
Professor Sophie Scott
Professor Sophie Scott FMedSci is at University College London (UCL), where her special interest is in researching the neuroscience of voices, speech and laughter. Sophie is known for her public engagement work. She has been awarded a UCL Provost’s Award for Public Engagement.
10:45- 11:15 Coffee Break
11:15 – 12:45 Motivate and Meet: Review | Disseminate | Assess
A session in which we will discuss some of the core topics of OpenUP such as open peer review, altmetrics and innovative dissemination with the winners of the OpenUP Blog Competition for Early Career Researchers and Students.
Edit Görögh, Clemens Blümel, Tony Ross-Hellauer
Panelists: Early career researchers and students
12:45 – 13:45 Lunch
13:45 – 15:15 Motivate and Meet: Online tools and platforms
Introduction to online tools and platforms including the OpenUP Hub to support science and researchers. Representatives of significant efforts present their work and discuss challenges and opportunities.
- Elisabeth Moylan
- Peter Kraker
- Lambert Heller
15:15- 15:45 Coffee Break
15:45 -17:00 Motivate and Meet: Open Science Cafe
A Science Cafe to foster interaction and exchange between all stakeholders in the context of Open Science.
17:00 – 17:30 Conference Reception
19:00- 23:00 Conference Dinner at Volle Gas which is a 16 min walk from the Academy Palace
Day 2 – Thursday 6th September
08:30 – 9:00 Coffee & registration
9:00- 9:50 Welcome to Day 2
Moderator day 2: Michela Vignoli
Jessica Polka is Executive Director of ASAPbio, a researcher-driven non-profit working to promote innovation and transparency in life sciences communication. ASAPbio aims to accelerate cultural change in two areas: preprints and open peer review reports. She became a visiting scholar at the Whitehead Institute and a research affiliate at MIT Libraries following postdoctoral research in synthetic biology at the Harvard Medical School and a PhD in biochemistry and cell biology at the University of California, San Francisco.
09:50 – 11:30 The Future: Coffee and the New Methods Marketplace
Practical guidance on using new methods in a marketplace setting, together with representatives of other open science projects and initiatives.
Different booths on the market include:
- FOSTER Open Science
11:30 – 12:30 The Future: Getting ready for the OS priorities in the next EC work programmes
Moderator: Natalia Manola
Keynote: How to get Open Science moving: experiences in the Netherlands
Professor Karel Luyben, National Coordinator Open Science The Netherlands and member of the EC Open Science Policy Platform
- Eva Mendez
- Mojca Kotar
- Elisabeth Lex
- Frederick Fenter
12:30 – 13:15 Lunch
13:15 –14:00 The Future: Who wants some Open Science?
Bianca Kramer and Jeroen Bosman (101 Innovations in Scholarly Communication) will lead this interactive session in which gaps, recommendations and opportunities will be discussed together with the audience.
14:00 – 15:00 Conference Wrap-up
Tony Hellauer-Ross & Michela Vignoli