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Monday, December 6
 

13:00 UTC

Pre-conference Hackathon: Software Citations
The FORCE11 Software Citation Implementation WG (SCIWG) is holding a hackathon before and after the main FORCE2021 events.  The main theme for hacking/discussing/doing is software citation and metadata exports (such as: CITATION.cff, codemeta.json, BibLaTeX @software, etc.)
More information and notes can be found on this online document.


Note: As part of FORCE2021, we will be hosting a pre-conference software citation hackathon, post-conference software citation hackathon, and a Deep Dive: Software Citation session exploring boarder topics regarding software citations.

Moderators
MF

Martin Fenner

Front Matter

Speakers
avatar for Neil Chue Hong

Neil Chue Hong

Director, Software Sustainability Institute, University of Edinburgh
Neil Chue Hong is the founding Director and PI of the Software Sustainability Institute and a Senior Research Fellow at EPCC, based at the University of Edinburgh. He graduated with an MPhys in Computational Physics, also from the University of Edinburgh. He completed an internship... Read More →
avatar for Arfon Smith

Arfon Smith

Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Open Source Software
A lapsed academic with a passion for new models of scientific collaboration, Arfon has used big telescopes to study dust in space, built sequencing pipelines in Cambridge and has engaged millions of people in online citizen science by co-founding the Zooniverse.He’s also been known... Read More →
avatar for Morane Gruenpeter

Morane Gruenpeter

Software Heritage


Monday December 6, 2021 13:00 - 17:00 UTC
 
Tuesday, December 7
 

10:00 UTC

Keynote: Beyond Diversity and Inclusion: Challenging Structural Racism and Systemic Biases in Academic Knowledge Production
While calls for equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) in academia have been ongoing for decades, the reckoning of the need to address EDI within scholarly publishing has been relatively recent. This is surprising given that publishing is central to the production and reproduction of the institutional culture of the academy, which has historically privileged Whiteness and Anglo-Eurocentric ways of knowing. In this talk, I posit that the various forms of structural racism persist in the academy because they are buttressed by the norms and standards of publishing encoded in Whiteness that remain largely invisible. Informed by critical theory, personal experience, and existing research, this talk makes visible the historical and contemporary manifestations of racism and systemic biases in publishing and call for a new design of the knowledge production systems that center people, places, diverse ways of knowing and epistemic justice at the core.

Moderators
avatar for Rachael Ainsworth

Rachael Ainsworth

Research Software Community Manager, Software Sustainability Institute, University of Manchester
avatar for Vrushali Dandawate

Vrushali Dandawate

Ambassador India, Librarian AISSMSCOE, DOAJ
Vrushali is Head Librarian at AISSMS College of Engineering College Pune and She is DOAJ Ambassador for India.
avatar for Mona Ramonetti

Mona Ramonetti

Stony Brook University
Head of Scholarly Communication.  Stony Brook University Libraries.

Speakers
avatar for Leslie Chan

Leslie Chan

Associate Professor in the Department of Global Development Studies, University of Toronto Scarborough
Leslie Chan is Associate Professor in the Department of Global Development Studies at the University of Toronto Scarborough and the director of the Knowledge Equity Lab. Leslie’s teaching and professional interests centre on the geopolitics of knowledge production and circulation... Read More →


Tuesday December 7, 2021 10:00 - 11:00 UTC

11:00 UTC

Community Discussion on Equity and Inclusion
In this community discussion following Leslie Chan’s keynote, the panelists will report on their work covering various aspects towards equity in scholarly practice and communication. The discussion will revolve around examples of how equity in research capacity can be achieved, multilingualism as a means to decolonize academia, and how Indigenous knowledge can complement scholarly knowledge systems while being protected from misappropriation.
Panelists

  1. Joy Owango, TCC Africa, ORCID, 0000-0002-3910-2691, e: info@tcc-africa.org, t: @tccafrica
  2. Daniela Saderi, PREreview, ORCID: 0000-0002-6109-0367, e: contact@prereview.org, t: @prereview_
  3. Jo Havemann, Access 2 Perspectives & AfricArXiv, ORCID: 0000-0002-6157-1494, info@africarxiv.org, t: @openscicomm 
More information is available on this online document.


Moderators
avatar for Rachael Ainsworth

Rachael Ainsworth

Research Software Community Manager, Software Sustainability Institute, University of Manchester
avatar for Vrushali Dandawate

Vrushali Dandawate

Ambassador India, Librarian AISSMSCOE, DOAJ
Vrushali is Head Librarian at AISSMS College of Engineering College Pune and She is DOAJ Ambassador for India.
avatar for Mona Ramonetti

Mona Ramonetti

Stony Brook University
Head of Scholarly Communication.  Stony Brook University Libraries.

Speakers
avatar for Daniela Saderi

Daniela Saderi

Co-founder / Leadership Team, PREreview/Code for Science & Society
@Neurosarda
avatar for Joy Owango

Joy Owango

Executive Director, Training Centre in Communication
Joy Owango is an experienced award-winning Founding Director with a demonstrated history of working in capacity support for early career researchers. She is skilled in Management, Business Strategy and Research Metrics. She is experienced in matters relating to Research Capacity... Read More →
avatar for Dr Jo Havemann

Dr Jo Havemann

Access 2 Perspectives
@openscicomm


Tuesday December 7, 2021 11:00 - 12:00 UTC

12:00 UTC

FORCE11 Community Presentations
  1. Rowan Cockett  -  Curvenote  -  Improving reproducibility from meeting notes to manuscripts using Curvenote
  2. Rebecca Grant  -  F1000  -  Automated publishing for rapid dissemination: The Darwin Tree of Life project at Wellcome Open Research
  3. Chieh-Chih Estelle Cheng  -  ORCID  -  ORCID as a Trust Marker: Credit and Accountability Built from Funders, Publishers and Research Institutes
  4. Maria Levchenko  -  Europe PMC, EMBL-EBI  -  Building trust in preprints with discovery tools of the future
  5. Nashon Adero  -  Taita Taveta University, Kenya  -  Institutionalising a GIS Culture through Inclusive Social Media Communication
  6. Mădălina Elena Mandache, Kevin Alvaro Handoko -   IFMSA: International Federation of Medical Students' Associations  -  Developing Peer-to-Peer Research Educational Activities
  7. Nancy Pontika   - Open Science Advisor, CORE, KMi, The Open University  -   Investigating institutional structures of reward and recognition in Open Science and RRI 
  8. Dr. Priya Silverstein  -  Syracuse University  -  Introducing the Journal Editors Discussion Interface (JEDI)
  9. Nina Leonie Weisweiler   - Helmholtz Association, Helmholtz Open Science Office  -  Discovering Trustworthy Data Repositories with re3data - the Registry of Research Data Repositories
  10. Dulip Withanage  -  Open Access Platform Manager  -  Affiliation support in Open Journal Systems using ROR Identifiers

More information on all Lightning Talk and Poster presenters can be found at this online spreadsheet.

Moderators
avatar for Iryna Kuchma

Iryna Kuchma

Open Access Programme Manager, EIFL
Working in collaboration with libraries and library consortia in more than 60 countries in Africa, Asia and Europe, I advocate for open access to research results, facilitate the development and implementation of open science policies and infrastructures, and provide support and... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Estelle Cheng

Estelle Cheng

Engagement Manager, Global Direct Members, ORCID
@ChihEstelle
avatar for Nashon Adero

Nashon Adero

Lecturer, Taita Taveta University, Kenya
@hopadero
avatar for Nancy Pontika

Nancy Pontika

Open Science Advisor , CORE, KMi, The Open University
@nancypontika
avatar for Maria Levchenko

Maria Levchenko

Community manager, Europe PMC, EMBL-EBI
Excited about open access, preprints, reproducibility. Happy to talk about PIDs, open infrastructure, and standards. Would love to discuss what the future of scholarly communications should look like.
avatar for Rowan Cockett

Rowan Cockett

Curvenote
Rowan Cockett is a founder Curvenote, a platform that helps with scientific writing and integrations into computational notebooks (e.g. Jupyter). Curvenote is tackling ideas around reproducibility, educational resources, and reuse of open content and knowledge. Rowan is excited about... Read More →
avatar for Kevin Alvaro Handoko

Kevin Alvaro Handoko

IFMSA Delegation Member, FMSA - International Federation of Medical Students' Associations
A young motivated researcher that advocates for more Open future in Science.
avatar for Nina Weisweiler

Nina Weisweiler

Open Science Officer, Outreach & Community Manager, Helmholtz Association, Helmholtz Open Science Office
@WeilWeis
DW

Dulip Withanage

Open Access Platform Manager
https://twitter.com/dulip_withanage
avatar for Rebecca Grant

Rebecca Grant

Head of Data & Software Publishing, F1000
avatar for Priya Silverstein

Priya Silverstein

Community Manager, Journal Editors Discussion Interface
I am the Community Manager for the Journal Editors Discussion Interface (JEDI; https://dpjedi.org). JEDI offers the editors and editorial staff of social science journals a shared forum in which to ask and answer questions, pool information and expertise, and build a fund of collective... Read More →
avatar for Mădălina Elena Mandache

Mădălina Elena Mandache

Liaison Officer for Medical Education Issues, IFMSA - International Federation of Medical Students' Associations
@MadM_N7


Tuesday December 7, 2021 12:00 - 13:00 UTC

17:00 UTC

Deep Dive: Software Citation
Moderator: Neil Chue Hong - Director, Software Sustainability Institute & Senior Research Fellow, EPCC, Software Sustainability Institute

The Deep Dive session will cover software citations: successes achieved, relevant work in the larger community, communication challenges that remain, and strategies for future work to meet those challenges and further improve. The discussion will provide an opportunity for session participants to share their feedback on the talks. We encourage participants to bring up any other barriers they encounter regarding software citation and to contribute their ideas for improvement.

Session Agenda:
  1. Speaker: Daniel S. Katz - Chief Scientist, NCSA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Topic: Software Citation Implementation Progress
  2. Speaker: Melissa Harrison - Team Leader, Literature Services, EMBL European Bioinformatics Institute
    Topic: JATS4R Software citations recommendations
  3. Lightning talk: Stephan Druskat - Software Engineering Researcher, German Aerospace Center, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
    Topic: GitHub citation support via Citation File Format (CFF)
  4. Lightning talk: Jake Yeston - Editor, Science
    Topic: Barriers to trackable software citation
  5. Lightning talk: Daina Bouquin - Head Librarian, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
    Topic: Upcoming IMLS-funded software citation workshop goals

Note: The FORCE11 Software Citation Implementation Work Group will also be hosting two Hackathon: pre-conference and post-conference.  If you are interested in participating in either/both, please see the schedule for more information.

Moderators
avatar for Neil Chue Hong

Neil Chue Hong

Director, Software Sustainability Institute, University of Edinburgh
Neil Chue Hong is the founding Director and PI of the Software Sustainability Institute and a Senior Research Fellow at EPCC, based at the University of Edinburgh. He graduated with an MPhys in Computational Physics, also from the University of Edinburgh. He completed an internship... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Daina Bouquin

Daina Bouquin

Head Librarian, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
I'm a space librarian. I care a lot about the future and legacy of scientific software and the people who make it. Managing astronomy and astrophysics collections for both Harvard and the Smithsonian. MS Data Science + MLIS.
avatar for Stephan Druskat

Stephan Druskat

Doctoral research (software engineering), German Aerospace Center (DLR)
I'm a Research Software Engineer, working in linguistics, and a PhD candidate in Software Engineering at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) and the Computer Science Department at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin in Berlin, Germany. In my work, I focus on research software sustainability... Read More →
JY

Jake Yeston

Science/AAAS
avatar for Daniel S. Katz

Daniel S. Katz

Chief Scientist, NCSA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Dan is Chief Scientist at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) and Research Associate Professor in Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and the School of Information Sciences (iSchool), at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. In past... Read More →
avatar for Melissa Harrison

Melissa Harrison

Team Leader, Literature Services, EMBL European Bioinformatics Institute
Team Leader, Literature Services, EMBL European Bioinformatics Institute


Tuesday December 7, 2021 17:00 - 18:00 UTC

18:00 UTC

Panel: Governance Models of Open Infrastructure: Building Sustainability and Capacity
When open infrastructure projects attempt to shape a sustainable model, their key stakeholders look to transparency around governance. This session will explore a variety of governance models and examine how they support sustainability, both financial and scalability, to provide projects with a better long-term footing. Speakers from a variety of regions will discuss the impact of funders and funding models, local versus global issues, communication and collaboration strategies in the day-to-day activities and the long term mission of their organizations.

Moderators
avatar for Chris Erdmann

Chris Erdmann

Assistant Director, Data Leadership, American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Christopher Erdmann is an author, developer, and experimenter in the areas of digital libraries, social networking, library UX, interactive technologies, bibliometrics, and data services in libraries. Prior to joining the American Geophysical Union as the Assistant Director for Data Stewardship, he was... Read More →
avatar for Heather Staines

Heather Staines

Senior Consultant, Delta Think
Heather Staines is Senior Consultant at Delta Think and Director of Community Engagement for the OA Data Analytics Tool. Her prior roles include Head of Partnerships for Knowledge Futures Group, Director of Business Development at Hypothesis, as well as positions at Proquest, SIPX... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Brian O’Connor

Brian O’Connor

PI, Broad Institute & Nimbus Informatics LLC
Dr. Brian O’Connor joined the Broad in March of 2020 as a Principal Investigator in the Data Sciences Platform (DSP).  He works on a wide variety of cloud compute and interoperability projects in the DSP including Terra, NCI's Cancer Data Aggregator, and NHGRI's AnVIL. Previously... Read More →
avatar for Vanessa Proudman

Vanessa Proudman

Director, SPARC Europe
Vanessa Proudman is Director of SPARC Europe where she is working to make Open the default in Europe. Vanessa has 20 years’ international experience working with many leading university libraries worldwide as well as research institutions, foundations, international policymakers... Read More →
avatar for Arianna Becerril-García

Arianna Becerril-García

Professor, UAEM, Executive Director, Redalyc
A researcher working for the democratization of knowledge in the Latin American region through Open Access and Technology. Artificial Intelligence, Semantic Web Technologies, Scientific Journals.
avatar for Joy Owango

Joy Owango

Executive Director, Training Centre in Communication
Joy Owango is an experienced award-winning Founding Director with a demonstrated history of working in capacity support for early career researchers. She is skilled in Management, Business Strategy and Research Metrics. She is experienced in matters relating to Research Capacity... Read More →


Tuesday December 7, 2021 18:00 - 19:00 UTC

19:00 UTC

Panel: Successes from Student Organizations - Engaging Early Career Professionals and its impact in the future
Moderators
avatar for Osman Aldirdiri

Osman Aldirdiri

Executive Committee Member, University of Khartoum

Speakers
SQ

Shohra Qaderi

Kateb University, Kabul, Afghanistan
avatar for Yusuff Adebayo Adebisi

Yusuff Adebayo Adebisi

Director for Research and Thought Leadership, Global Health Focus


Tuesday December 7, 2021 19:00 - 20:00 UTC

20:00 UTC

FORCE11 Community Presentations
  1. Rory Macneil - Research Space - Streamlining the research lifecycle and enhancing FAIR principles with a series of interoperable tools
  2. Kelsey Virginia Dufresne & Micah Vandegrift  -  North Carolina State University  -   Communicated Scholarship and Experiential Knowledge Sharing through Fermentology 
  3. Sara Lafia  -  University of Michigan (ICPSR)  -  Detecting Informal Data Use in Literature
  4. Johanna Havemann, Kora Korzec, Aurelia Munene, Wangari Joyce Ngugi, Johanssen Obanda, Joy Owango, Daniela Saderi  -  PREreview  -  Open Reviewers Africa: Empowering the next generation of African peer reviewers 
  5. Richard Wynne -   Rescognito  -  Reciprocity and recognition in Open Research workflows
  6. Euan Adie -   Open Policy  -  Is anybody listening? Tracking research impact on government policy & the SDGs
  7. Kingsley Chigbu  -  University of St Thomas   - Consolidating Scientific Communication for Real Problem-Solving
  8. Janete Saldanha Bach  -  GESIS: Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences  -  Information Literacy for Data Reuse in the Social Sciences: the end-users required skills 

More information on all Lightning Talk and Poster presenters can be found at this online spreadsheet.

Moderators
avatar for Osman Aldirdiri

Osman Aldirdiri

Executive Committee Member, University of Khartoum

Speakers
avatar for Rory Macneil

Rory Macneil

Founder/CEO, ResearchSpace
CEO of Research Space, which provides a connected electronic lab notebook used for capturing, organizing and presenting research data. Interested in joined up research data management infrastructure, and improving active data to archival data workflows and ELN to repository workflows... Read More →
avatar for Daniela Saderi

Daniela Saderi

Co-founder / Leadership Team, PREreview/Code for Science & Society
@Neurosarda
avatar for Micah Vandegrift

Micah Vandegrift

Visiting Program Officer for Accelerating the Social Impact of Research, Association Research Libraries
@micahvandegrift
avatar for Euan Adie

Euan Adie

Founder, Open Policy
@stew
KC

Kingsley Chigbu, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, University of St Thomas
avatar for Richard Wynne

Richard Wynne

Founder, Rescognito
@RichardCDW
avatar for Joy Owango

Joy Owango

Executive Director, Training Centre in Communication
Joy Owango is an experienced award-winning Founding Director with a demonstrated history of working in capacity support for early career researchers. She is skilled in Management, Business Strategy and Research Metrics. She is experienced in matters relating to Research Capacity... Read More →
avatar for Sara Lafia

Sara Lafia

Research Fellow, University of Michigan
@lafia_s
avatar for Janete Saldanha Bach

Janete Saldanha Bach

Senior Researcher, GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences
Janete Bach holds a Ph.D. and Master in Technology and Society from the Federal Technological University of Paraná. She graduated in Library Science from the Federal University of Paraná (UFPR) and worked at the same University as research data and reference services librarian... Read More →
avatar for Kelsey Dufresne

Kelsey Dufresne

PhD student + Digital Project Coordinator, North Carolina State University
My background is rooted in English education – specifically for secondary edu – and English literature with a focus in 20th century American poetry and digital humanities. I am extremely passionate about community, education, and accessibility. With that, I enjoy (and hope to... Read More →
avatar for Dr Jo Havemann

Dr Jo Havemann

Access 2 Perspectives
@openscicomm


Tuesday December 7, 2021 20:00 - 21:00 UTC
 
Wednesday, December 8
 

10:00 UTC

Keynote: How open science can help us achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)?
How open science can help us achieve the sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)?

The 41st General Conference in November will unanimously endorsed the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science. This will be the first international event thereafter to discuss its impact!

Moderators
avatar for Iryna Kuchma

Iryna Kuchma

Open Access Programme Manager, EIFL
Working in collaboration with libraries and library consortia in more than 60 countries in Africa, Asia and Europe, I advocate for open access to research results, facilitate the development and implementation of open science policies and infrastructures, and provide support and... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Dr Shamila Nair-Bedouelle

Dr Shamila Nair-Bedouelle

Assistant Director-General for Natural Sciences, UNESCO
Shamila Nair-Bedouelle took up her new duties as Assistant Director-General for Natural Sciences on 1 April 2019. She comes to UNESCO from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), where she had served as Director of the OzonAction programme since 2012. Responsible for implementing... Read More →


Wednesday December 8, 2021 10:00 - 11:00 UTC

11:00 UTC

FORCE11 Community Presentations
  1. Gaelle Bequet - ISSN International Centre Project - JASPER: Providing sustainable archiving solutions for OA journals
  2. Judith Fathallah  -  Lancaster University   - Open Access Monographs Beyond the BPC: The Open Book Collective
  3. Maia Salholz-Hillel  -  QUEST Center for Responsible Research, Berlin Institute of Health (BIH) at Charité  -  Threaded clinical trial evidence to enhance science discoverability: How a simple link between registration and reporting can improve scholarly communication
  4. Esther Plomp  -  Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Applied Sciences  -  The Turing Way: A sustainable and inclusive solution to sharing best practices
  5. Silvio Peroni  -  University of Bologna  -  OpenCitations, an open infrastructure improving the metric-based research assessment 
  6. Christian Hauschke -   TIB : Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology  -  How even small and independent journals can contribute to the citation commons
  7. Barbara S. Lancho Barrantes - University of Leeds - Innovative means of communicating research findings on Sustainable Development Goals
  8. Martyn Rittman - Crossref  -   Putting metadata to work
  9. Maaike de Jong  -  Netherlands eScience Center  -  The Research Software Directory: promoting discoverability of research software
  10. Sara Monaco - EMBO - Accelerating access to peer reviewed research with refereed preprints

More information on all Lightning Talk and Poster presenters can be found at this online spreadsheet.

Moderators
avatar for Tirthankar Ghosal

Tirthankar Ghosal

Doctoral Researcher, Indian Institute of Technology Patna
I am researcher working upon impact of AI in various aspects of the scholarly peer review system.

Speakers
avatar for Martyn Rittman

Martyn Rittman

Product Manager, Crossref
I'm a product manager at Crossref. I'm always ready to talk about preprints, event data, citations and things related to research impact.
avatar for Gaelle Bequet

Gaelle Bequet

Director, ISSN International Centre
ISSN_IC
avatar for Esther Plomp

Esther Plomp

Data Steward, Delft University of Technology
I support researchers with their data/code management. I'm happy to discuss anything Research Data Management related (data management plans, FAIR, data repositories), as well as other topics such as R, Preregistration, Registered Reports. My own background is in biological anthr... Read More →
CH

Christian Hauschke

TIB – Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology
hauschke
avatar for Silvio Peroni

Silvio Peroni

University of Bologna
I (ORCiD: 0000-0003-0530-4305) hold a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science and I am an Associate Professor at the Department of Classical Philology and Italian Studies, University of Bologna, where I teach Basic Informatics (Bachelor’s degree in Humanities), Computational Thinking... Read More →
BS

Barbara S. Lancho Barrantes

University of Leeds
https://twitter.com/BarbaraLancho
avatar for Judith Fathallah

Judith Fathallah

Lancaster University
I am a Research and Outreach Associate at the COPIM (copim.ac.uk) project. COPIM (Community-led Open Publication Infrastructures for Monographs) is an international partnership of researchers, universities, librarians, open access book publishers and infrastructure providers. It... Read More →
MS

Maia Salholz-Hillel

QUEST Center for Responsible Research, Berlin Institute of Health (BIH) at Charité
@maiameta
avatar for Maaike de Jong

Maaike de Jong

Scientific community manager | Project lead Research Software Directory, Netherlands eScience Center
avatar for Sara Monaco

Sara Monaco

Managing Editor, Review Commons, EMBO
I am the managing editor of Review Commons, a new platform from EMBO and ASAPbio that provides peer review of preprints.


Wednesday December 8, 2021 11:00 - 12:00 UTC

12:00 UTC

FORCE11 Community Presentations
  1. Allyson Lister  - FAIRsharing, University of Oxford   - FAIRsharing: promoting the value of standards and repositories for scholarly communication
  2. Julian Franken   - TIB: Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology  -  Discoverability and trustworthiness evaluation of conferences
  3. Dr Andrea Chiarelli & Jeroen Sondervan - Research Consulting, on behalf of the Knowledge Exchange Initiative  - Joining forces to publish reproducible research outputs
  4. Dr Jo Havemann  -  Access 2 Perspectives  -  Research Capacity - Reality, Equality, Equity
  5. Scott Edmunds  -  GigaScience Press/BGI Hong Kong -   Beyond the Version of Record: Bringing Publications to Life
  6. Dr Adam Vials Moore  -  Jisc  -  Practice made Practical.  Reducing the OTHER of non-text
  7. Hannah Sonntag  -  European Molecular Biology Organisation  -  SDash: accelerating collaborative data sharing with SmartFigures
  8. Kevin Alvaro Handoko, Mădălina Elena Mandache  -  FMSA: International Federation of Medical Students' Associations  -  Enabling Students in Research through Peer-Assisted Learning

More information on all Lightning Talk and Poster presenters can be found at this online spreadsheet.

Moderators
avatar for Iryna Kuchma

Iryna Kuchma

Open Access Programme Manager, EIFL
Working in collaboration with libraries and library consortia in more than 60 countries in Africa, Asia and Europe, I advocate for open access to research results, facilitate the development and implementation of open science policies and infrastructures, and provide support and... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Jeroen Sondervan

Jeroen Sondervan

Open Access Publishing Consultant, Utrecht University
Jeroen Sondervan is Open Access Publishing Consultant at Utrecht University Library and currently appointed as project lead open access for the Utrecht University Open Science Programme.
avatar for Scott Edmunds

Scott Edmunds

Editor in Chief, GigaScience Press/BGI Hong Kong
@SCEdmunds
avatar for Andrea Chiarelli

Andrea Chiarelli

Senior Consultant, Research Consulting, on behalf of Knowledge Exchange
My name is Andrea Chiarelli and I am an experienced senior consultant specialising in open research practices, scholarly communication, academic publishing and university management.
avatar for Adam Vials Moore

Adam Vials Moore

Product specialist - pids, Jisc
adam__moore
JF

Julian Franken

Research associate, TIB – Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology
@conf_id
avatar for Kevin Alvaro Handoko

Kevin Alvaro Handoko

IFMSA Delegation Member, FMSA - International Federation of Medical Students' Associations
A young motivated researcher that advocates for more Open future in Science.
avatar for Hannah Sonntag

Hannah Sonntag

European Molecular Biology Organisation
Scientific and Outreach Coordinator for SourceData (https://sourcedata.embo.org): Unlocking biomedical data and making science discoverable.
avatar for Allyson Lister

Allyson Lister

University of Oxford
@allysonlister
avatar for Dr Jo Havemann

Dr Jo Havemann

Access 2 Perspectives
@openscicomm
avatar for Mădălina Elena Mandache

Mădălina Elena Mandache

Liaison Officer for Medical Education Issues, IFMSA - International Federation of Medical Students' Associations
@MadM_N7


Wednesday December 8, 2021 12:00 - 13:00 UTC

17:00 UTC

Deep Dive: Research Data Publication Ethics
As the number and breadth of public datasets has grown so has the number and range of ethics and integrity issues associated with open datasets. Standards exist for journal publications, but have not been in place for data publication specifically, or in frameworks that directly involved data repositories. To respond to these emerging challenges, the FORCE11 Research Data Publishing Ethics Working Group, in collaboration with COPE, has been developing guidelines and resources to support journal editors, data repositories and institutions in the handling of ethics cases related to open research data.

In this session, we will present the resources the Working Group has developed, discuss experiences with ethics cases related to research data publication, and propose how the resources can support different stakeholders in the handling of such issues. We will also encourage feedback from the audience on their own experience with cases involving research data and on their views on resource needs across diverse stakeholders, to inform the Working Group's next steps.

Session Agenda:
Working group co-chairs Iratxe Puebla and Daniella Lowenberg will facilitate a deep dive into the background of research data publishing ethics, resources created by the WG, and open questions ahead for the community to tackle. Members of the WG will join for a panel discussion and open Q&A:
Speaker: Renee Hoch, Senior Editor, Team Manager, PLOS Publication Ethics
Speaker: Joerg Heber, Research Integrity Officer, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Speaker: Amber Osman, Regional Ambassador, Open Science, Avoin GLAM/Creative Commons Finland 


Moderators
avatar for Daniella Lowenberg

Daniella Lowenberg

Sr. Data Publishing Product Manager, University of California
Principal Investigator and lead of the Make Data Count initiative and Sr. Product Manager for Dryad... Read More →
avatar for Iratxe Puebla

Iratxe Puebla

Associate Director, ASAPbio
Iratxe is Associate Director for ASAPbio. In her role Iratxe works to foster awareness of preprints and drive community engagement, Iratxe also coordinates the ASAPbio Fellows program. Prior to ASAPbio, Iratxe worked in publishing for 16 years, she held editorial roles with Open Access... Read More →

Speakers
RH

Renee Hoch

Publisher, PLOS
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Amber Osman

Open science and Publishing ethics advocate, Osman & Co.,
Amber Osman is a passionate expert in open science and research enthusiast. Over the last decade, Amber has been actively involved in different international academic, research & publishing organizations and with the Higher Education Commission (Govt. of Pakistan). She has been an... Read More →
avatar for Joerg Heber

Joerg Heber

Research Integrity Officer, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Joerg Heber is the Research Integrity Officer of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Prior to joining the Laboratory in December 2020, Joerg has been a professional editor for more than fifteen years. In 2005 he joined Springer Nature as a manuscript editor at Nature Materials... Read More →


Wednesday December 8, 2021 17:00 - 18:00 UTC

18:00 UTC

Panel: Bibliodiversity - introducing systemic changes in scholarly communications to support equity and inclusion
Bibliodiversity in scholarly communications has been in decline for several decades. Yet, we need a diversity in services and platforms, funding mechanisms, and evaluation measures in order to allow the scholarly communication system to accommodate the different workflows, languages, publication outputs, and research topics that support the needs and epistemic pluralism of different research communities. There are two other panels at Force11 focusing already on other systemic issues contributing to the current landscape: evaluation measures and funding mechanism. This panel will delve into the notion of a how a highly distributed and decoupled ecosystem can help scholarly communications become more inclusive. Panelists will present their ideas on the benefits of such an approach; explain how it can be implemented and scale across institutions, countries, and domains; and will present some specific examples of projects that are already under way.

Moderators
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Kathleen Shearer

Executive Director, COAR

Speakers
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Jean-Claude Guédon

Professor (retired), Université de Montréal
Jean-Claude Guédon received his Ph.D. in history of science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1974 with a thesis on chemistry in the Encyclopédie of Diderot and d'Alembert. He is a professor of comparative literature at the University of Montreal. His main areas of interest... Read More →
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Paul Walk

Director, Antleaf
Paul Walk is Founder and Director of Antleaf, a digital consultancy, which delivers technical consultancy, management and development services, in the general domain of research data management.
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Thomas Guillemaud

Peer Community In


Wednesday December 8, 2021 18:00 - 19:00 UTC

19:00 UTC

Panel: Science on TikTok, WhatsApp and Twitter: How are new platforms helping to communicate science? What can the science communication community do to support and enhance these efforts?
This panel discussion will explore how social media and other new platforms are helping communicate science, both to researchers and to the public. We will host a panel with international experts who are pioneering the use of social media and other modes of communication beyond the traditional publication to disseminate their work and engage with broad audiences about science and the latest discoveries.The panel will consist of short presentations followed by a roundtable discussion, and Q&A with the audience.

Moderators
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Anita de Waard

Vice President, Research Collaborations, Elsevier, publisher

Speakers
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Bamini Jayabalasingham

Head of Research Analytics, NoAm, Elsevier
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Abbie Stevens, PhD

Astronomy instructor and NSF postdoctoral fellow, Michigan State University
I'm an astronomer researching black holes and neutron stars in our galaxy. Let's talk about X-ray space telescopes, science literacy and outreach, science advising on creative projects, open-source software development, astronomy data science, and mental health in academia.


Wednesday December 8, 2021 19:00 - 20:00 UTC

20:00 UTC

FORCE11 Community Presentations
  1. Ruth Schmidt   - The Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA)   - SPACE to Evolve Academic Assessment
  2. Christina Drummond  -  Data Trust Program Officer, OA eBook Usage Data Trust  -  OAeBU Effort Update: Building a Global Data Trust for OA eBook Usage Data
  3. Gunther Eysenbach  -  JMIR Publications  -  Plan P and the Transition to Open Science
  4. Jeff Pooley  -  Muhlenberg College  -  The Open Reader
  5. Johanna Cohoon  -  UT Austin  -  Living and Breathing Zendesk Tickets: Spam on Open Science Platforms
  6. Micah Vandegrift  -  NC State University / Association of Research Libraries  -  Accelerating the Social Impact of Research: A Pilot Program in North American Libraries
  7. Daniel Kipnis & Stephanie Spielman  -   Rowan University  -   Preliminary survey results from academic librarians and biology professors on teaching and using pirate websites. 
  8. Jodi Schneider  -  UIUC  -  Collaboration and Standards Development to Reduce the Inadvertent Spread of Retracted Science 
  9. Misha Teplitskiy  -  University of Michigan  -  Highly cited papers attract more meaningful citations
  10. Andrea Whiteley - University of Toronto - Using the Community Scholars Program Model for Improving Access to Research

More information on all Lightning Talk and Poster presenters can be found at this online spreadsheet.

Moderators
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Jennifer Miller

Independent Scholar
Are you a PI looking to foster open science in your lab? Are you an instructIonal designer who works with STEM faculty looking for an open science x open education collab? Let’s talk.With 10+ years’ experience teaching and doing research in public policy, I am advancing open knowledge... Read More →

Speakers
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Jodi Schneider

Assistant Professor, UIUC
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Stephanie Spielman

Rowan University
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Christina Drummond

Data Trust Program Officer, Educopia Institute
@cjsdrummond
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Jeff Pooley

Director, Muhlenberg College
@jeffersonpooley
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Micah Vandegrift

Visiting Program Officer for Accelerating the Social Impact of Research, Association Research Libraries
@micahvandegrift
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Johanna Cohoon

UT Austin
@jlcohoon
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Daniel G. Kipnis

Life Sciences Librarian, Rowan University
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Gunther Eysenbach

Co-Founder, CSO, JMIR Publications
Gunther Eysenbach, MD, MPH, FACMI, has a life-long passion for information and communication technologies, knowledge translation and medical information, and has been recognized as the most impactful medical informatician in the world. He studied medicine, computer science, and public health, and, already as a medical student, wrote books and worked for a major scholarly publisher as an Editor. He is a visionary who recognized the importance of the internet for both medical information dissemination as well scholarly publishers in the 90s, became a pioneer of... Read More →
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Misha Teplitskiy

University of Michigan
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Andrea Whiteley

University of Toronto Scarborough
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Ruth Schmidt

Associate Professor, Institute of Design at the Illinois Institute of Technology


Wednesday December 8, 2021 20:00 - 21:00 UTC
 
Thursday, December 9
 

10:00 UTC

Panel: Discoverability in (a) crisis
With millions of research outputs published each year, discoverability has become a huge challenge. The on-going pandemic has made this problem even more evident. Since the outbreak of the coronavirus, we have witnessed an explosion of scientific publications and data related to it, and researchers struggle to stay on top of this knowledge. In this session, we will explore the causes and effects of this discoverability crisis and how we can overcome it going forward. We will discuss these issues with an international panel of experts from research, research support and scholarly infrastructure. The panel will be interactive with ample time for questions and comments from the audience.

Moderators
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Peter Kraker

Chairman, Open Knowledge Maps
Peter Kraker is the founder and chairman of Open Knowledge Maps, a charitable non-profit dedicated to dramatically increasing the visibility of scientific knowledge for science and society alike. Peter is a member of the GO FAIR executive board, coordinator of the GO FAIR Implementation... Read More →
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Michela Vignoli

Community Manager, Open Knowledge Maps
Michela Vignoli is Community Manager at the charitable non-profit organisation Open Knowledge Maps and Open Science expert at AIT Austrian Institute of Technology. Her focus of interest lies in knowledge management in the digital era and on how to foster the transition of the current... Read More →

Speakers
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Suzanne Dumouchel

Suzanne Dumouchel, PhD in French literature, is a research engineer at the CNRS. She works in the Huma-Num unit, an infrastructure for digital humanities. She leads the European project TRIPLE which aims to develop a platform for data discovery, research projects and researchers in... Read More →
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Brigitte Mathiak

Senior Scientist, GESIS-Leibnizinstitut für die Sozialwissenschaften
Dr. Brigitte Mathiak is a senior scientist at GESIS – Leibniz-institute for the Social Sciences and former professor at the University of Cologne. Her research interests includes Research Data Management in general and in particular Discovery of Research Data from a user perspe... Read More →
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Nancy Kwangwa

Scholarly Communication Librarian, University of Zimbabwe
Nancy Kwangwa has over 10 years of work experience in academic and special libraries. Currently, she is the Manager for Scholarly Communication and Publishing at the University of Zimbabwe Library. Nancy’s role involves developing and implementing robust research support services... Read More →


Thursday December 9, 2021 10:00 - 11:00 UTC

11:00 UTC

Community Discussion on Open Metadata
Many initiatives that call for open metadata are seeing successes while some are at the beginning of their journeys. Let's get our heads together to share lessons learned from groups like I4OC, I4OA, Metadata 20/20 and others to determine what has worked and what needs more attention. We will discuss priorities - citations? abstracts? licenses? relationships? as well as a strategy to join campaigns together to create a super-advocacy group, possibly working within the FORCE11 structure, to speed up progress.

  • Welcome and aims of the session (Ginny)
  • What have we learned from open metadata efforts? (Ginny, Laura, Catriona, Heather, Rachael)
  • What metadata are we still missing? High-level data analyses (Bianca)
  • Where should we as a community focus next? (Group prioritisation acvitity & discussion)
  • How do different categories need to be addressed? (All)
  • Conclusions & making a plan for concrete next steps (Cameron)

Come and join to kickstart the next metadata movement!

[Thanks also to Ludo Waltman, Paolo Manghi, John Chodacki, David Shotton, and Silvio Peroni (along with hundreds of other volunteers) - for the rich discussions leading to this point]

Speakers
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Heather Piwowar

co-CEO, OurResearch
Heather is a cofounder of OurResearch. Our open-source tools (Unpaywall, Unsub, OpenAlex) are used by millions every day, in universities, businesses, and libraries worldwide, to uncover, connect, and analyze research products.
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Rachael Lammey

Head of Special Programs, Crossref
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Cameron Neylon

Researcher/Scholar/Scientist, Curtin University
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Ginny Hendricks

Community Director, Crossref
Since 2015, Ginny has been developing the member and community outreach team at Crossref encompassing outreach and education, user experience and support, and metadata strategy. She is the Instigator of the Metadata 2020 collaboration to advocate for richer, connected, reusable and... Read More →
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Bianca Kramer

Utrecht University Library
@MsPhelps 
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Laura Paglione

Project Upholder, Metadata 20/20
Since early 2019, Laura has served as Project Upholder of Metadata 20/20, a collaboration that advocates richer, connected, and reusable, open metadata for all research outputs, which will advance scholarly pursuits for the benefit of society. In this role, she supports the development... Read More →


Thursday December 9, 2021 11:00 - 12:00 UTC

12:00 UTC

FORCE11 Community Presentations
  1. Agata Morka    - SPARC Europe    - Let’s govern together! The Global Sustainability Coalition for Open Science Services (SCOSS): community in action for Open Science. 
  2. Peter Löwe  - MOSS Project Team    - Back to the future: The OSGeo heritage project MOSS as a best practice for future geospatial community project incubation
  3. Jennifer Wright / Mohammad Hosseini    - Cambridge University Press / Northwestern University    - Preprint withdrawals: proposing a FAIRly template-based approach
  4. Francesco Varrato    - EPFL (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne)    - Landscape of Data repositories & platforms
  5. Delwen Franzen    - QUEST Center for Responsible Research, Berlin Institute of Health at Charité    - Obtaining self-archiving permissions at scale towards increasing green OA: A case study at German University Medical Centers (UMCs) 
  6. Mohammad Hosseini & Kristi Holmes   - Northwestern University    - Ethical research assessment with contributor roles
  7. Morgan Wofford    - University of Michigan, Ann Arbor     - Discovering data reuse with the Throughput Annotation Database 
  8. Huajin Wang & Melanie Gainey  - Carnegie Mellon University     - Developing Metrics for Assessing the Impact of Open Science Services
  9. Zach Verdin    - Knowledge Futures Group    - Benefits of PRC (publish, review, curate) 

Virtual Poster Presentation:
  • Joshua Finnell    - Colgate University    - Colgate University's Data Science Collaboratory

More information on all Lightning Talk and Poster presenters can be found at this online spreadsheet.

Moderators
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Iryna Kuchma

Open Access Programme Manager, EIFL
Working in collaboration with libraries and library consortia in more than 60 countries in Africa, Asia and Europe, I advocate for open access to research results, facilitate the development and implementation of open science policies and infrastructures, and provide support and... Read More →

Speakers
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Zach Verdin

Knowledge Futures Group
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Melanie Gainey

Librarian; Co-Director for Open Science & Data Collaborations, Carnegie Mellon University
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Kristi Holmes

Professor & Director, Northwestern University
Kristi is the Director of Galter Health Sciences Library & Learning Center and Professor of Preventive Medicine (Health & Biomedical Informatics) at Northwestern University. She is deeply committed to empowering data discovery and equitable access to knowledge through information... Read More →
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Joshua Finnell

Interim Associate University Librarian, Colgate University
@joshuafinnell
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Huajin Wang

Senior Librarian; Co-director for Open Science & Data Collaborations, Carnegie Mellon University
Huajin Wang is a Liaison Librarian at Carnegie Mellon University Libraries, and the Program Director for Open Science & Research Data Collaborations. She is passionate about helping the research community with data needs, fostering collaboration across disciplinary boundaries, facilitating... Read More →
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Francesco Varrato

Data Librarian, EPFL
Francesco earned a PhD in Computational Physics from EPFL. After teaching and start-up experiences, since 2018 he is part of the EPFL Research Data Library Team, where he assists researchers, professors and students in Research Data Management best practices, by providing training... Read More →
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Mohammad Hosseini

Postdoctoral researcher, Northwestern University
Mohammad is a postdoctoral scholart in the Department of Preventive Medicine (Health and Biomedical Informatics) at Northwestern University and collaborates with the Northwestern University Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (NUCATS).
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Peter Löwe

Head of IT / Scientific Computing, Berlin Social Science Center
Think of me as an open source geoinformatics troublemaker with a taste for open science and FAIR. Let's discuss software citation, shall we ?
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Morgan Wofford

PhD Student, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
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Agata Morka

SPARC Europe
@scossfunding
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Jennifer Wright

Cambridge University Press / Northwestern University
@JennWrights / @mhmd_hosseini
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Delwen Franzen

QUEST Center, Berlin Institute of Health at Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin
@DelwenFranzen


Thursday December 9, 2021 12:00 - 13:00 UTC

17:00 UTC

Deep Dive: Ethics of Contributor Roles
In this session, the FORCE11 Attribution Working Group will hold a workshop regarding the ethics of contributor roles.

Session Agenda
  1. Introduction. Provide a brief summary of the status quo of major contributor roles
  2. Presentation. Review on the preliminary results of a scoping review of the literature about ethics of contributor roles
  3. Interactive Discussion. Conduct an in-session survey to explore the views of attendees about contributor roles
  4. Breakout sessions. Discuss ethical evolution of contributor roles in breakout sessions moderated by the working group experts (Kristi Holmes, Mohammad Hosseini, Violeta Ilik and Nicole Vasilevsky).

Moderators
avatar for Mohammad Hosseini

Mohammad Hosseini

Postdoctoral researcher, Northwestern University
Mohammad is a postdoctoral scholart in the Department of Preventive Medicine (Health and Biomedical Informatics) at Northwestern University and collaborates with the Northwestern University Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (NUCATS).

Speakers
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Kristi Holmes

Professor & Director, Northwestern University
Kristi is the Director of Galter Health Sciences Library & Learning Center and Professor of Preventive Medicine (Health & Biomedical Informatics) at Northwestern University. She is deeply committed to empowering data discovery and equitable access to knowledge through information... Read More →
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Violeta Ilik

Dean of University Libraries, Adelphi University
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Nicole Vasilevsky

University of Colorado


Thursday December 9, 2021 17:00 - 18:00 UTC

18:00 UTC

Keynote: The Future of Science Work: Pandemic Impacts on Scientific Communication & Collaboration
The past two years have brought remarkable shifts in the ways that researchers connect, communicate, and collaborate with one another and with the public and policymakers. The pandemic-driven shift towards virtual work and events has presented researchers with both opportunities for and challenges to participation, collaboration, and sharing. Dr. Anindita Bhadra, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences and Associate Dean of International Relations and Outreach at IISER Kolkata, will discuss the impact and future implications of these developments on researchers and their communication and collaboration practices. As the immediate past co-chair of the Global Young Academy, Dr. Bhadra will spotlight how early career researchers can carry pandemic practices forward to continue to improve accessibility and equitable participation in science.

Moderators
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Lisa Curtin

Executive Manager, International Council for Scientific & Technical Information (ICSTI)

Speakers
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Dr. Anindita Bhadra

Associate Professor, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Kolkata
Dr. Bhadra is a behavioural biologist, working with free-ranging (stray) dogs in India. While pet dogs are studied extensively and compared with wolves in order to understand the evolution of the dog-human relationship, free-ranging dogs in India provide the perfect model system for... Read More →


Thursday December 9, 2021 18:00 - 19:00 UTC

19:00 UTC

Panel: The future of research assessment in open science era
Communicating science is hard. That process is not getting any easier as the size and complexity of research data grows, the analytical techniques become increasingly sophisticated, and the problems we are trying to solve increase in complexity. As we have seen with issues that affect broad swaths of society such as COVID19 and climate change, we as scientists need to consider how to better garner trust in complex research that may affect the daily lives and/or health of the public. This panel will discuss the growing need of research assessment to include the communication of science to a variety of stakeholders: from fellow researchers to policy makers to citizens.

Moderators
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Brian Bot

Chief of Staff, Sage Bionetworks
I consider myself an open knowledge advocate and live at the intersection of biomedical research, technology, and policy. My current work aims to make the research system more effective by challenging the traditional roles of researchers, institutions, funders, and research participants... Read More →
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Jadranka Stojanovski

University of Zadar/Ruđer Bošković Institute

Speakers
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Anna Hatch

The Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA)
@AnnaHscientist


Thursday December 9, 2021 19:00 - 20:00 UTC

20:00 UTC

FORCE11 Community Presentations
  1. Maria Gould - ROR - Sustaining Open Science Infrastructure: Lessons Learned (and still Learning!) at ROR
  2. Ahmed Osman Ahmed Mohamed - Safe water supply, sanitation and hygiene services in rural areas , challenges and sustainable solutions 
  3. Dominique Roche -   Carleton University  -  Mandatory open data increases retractions in ecology and evolution
  4. Cooper Smout - The University of Queensland & IGDORE - MERITS: Metaresearch Evaluation Repository to Identify Trustworthy Science
  5. John Borghi - Lane Medical Library/Stanford University - Evaluating the Openness of COVID-19-Related Randomized Control Trials
  6. Joy Owango - PREreview Open Reviewers - Africa: Empowering the next generation of African peer reviewers
  7. Cooper Smout - The University of Queensland & IGDORE - Creating a sustained, evidence-based movement for social change in academia (Project Free Our Knowledge)
  8. Samantha Teplitzky, Ariel Deardorff, & John Borghi - UC Berkeley - The Bay Area Open Science Group: growing a new Open Science Community
  9. Jefferson Bailey - Internet Archive - Persistence & Interoperability for Open Scholarship Discoverability & Inclusion
  10. Bianca Kramer / Cameron Neylon - Lightning Talk - Utrecht University Library / Curtin University - Centre for Culture and Technology - Coverage and completeness: comparing sources of open metadata

More information on all Lightning Talk and Poster presenters can be found at this online spreadsheet.

Moderators
avatar for Jennifer Miller

Jennifer Miller

Independent Scholar
Are you a PI looking to foster open science in your lab? Are you an instructIonal designer who works with STEM faculty looking for an open science x open education collab? Let’s talk.With 10+ years’ experience teaching and doing research in public policy, I am advancing open knowledge... Read More →

Speakers
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Cameron Neylon

Researcher/Scholar/Scientist, Curtin University
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Bianca Kramer

Utrecht University Library
@MsPhelps 
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Ahmed Osman Ahmed Mohamed

University of Khartoum faculty of medicine
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Ariel Deardorff

Data Services Librarian, UC San Francisco
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Jefferson Bailey

Director, Archiving & Data Services, Internet Archive
Jefferson Bailey is Director of Web Archiving & Data Services at Internet Archive. Jefferson joined Internet Archive in Summer 2014 and manages Internet Archive’s web archiving services including Archive-It, used by over 600 institutions to preserve the web. He also oversees web... Read More →
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Daniela Saderi

Co-founder / Leadership Team, PREreview/Code for Science & Society
@Neurosarda
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Dominique Roche

Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow, Carleton University
@dom_roche is an ecologist and meta-scientist funded by a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Global Fellowship from the European Commission. He studies how publicly shared research data (open data) contribute to improving transparency, reproducibility, and collaboration in science. He is also... Read More →
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Sam Teplitzky

Open Science Librarian, UC Berkeley
@samteplitzky
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Joy Owango

Executive Director, Training Centre in Communication
Joy Owango is an experienced award-winning Founding Director with a demonstrated history of working in capacity support for early career researchers. She is skilled in Management, Business Strategy and Research Metrics. She is experienced in matters relating to Research Capacity... Read More →
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John Borghi

Lane Medical Library/Stanford University
I am the manager of research and instruction at Lane Medical Library at Standford. I am broadly interested in how researchers communicate their work. Let's talk about open science and providing research data services.
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Cooper Smout

University of Queensland & IGDORE
@coopsmout
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Maria Gould

California Digital Library / ROR
@researchorgs


Thursday December 9, 2021 20:00 - 21:00 UTC

21:00 UTC

Open Publishing Awards Ceremony
Open Publishing Awards celebrates individuals and communities developing open creative, technological, scholarly, artistic, and civic publishing projects.

As we witness a rise in the creation of content, software, systems, and infrastructure that help share knowledge globally without barriers, the Open Publishing Awards seek to recognize the contributions of individuals and organizations that advance open in publishing. A moment for reflection and chance for celebration, the Open Publishing Awards bring together people, projects, and organizations from around the world to shine a light on one another.

https://openpublishingawards.org/

Moderators
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Cameron Neylon

Researcher/Scholar/Scientist, Curtin University

Speakers
avatar for Adam Hyde

Adam Hyde

Founder, Coko Foundation
Adam is a publishing pioneer having founded many methods, technologies, and organizations in this space including Book Sprints (https://www.booksprints.net), Coko (https://coko.foundation), Paged.js (https://www.cabbagetreelabs.org), and the Open Publishing Awards (https://www.openpublishingawards.org... Read More →
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Julia Norrish

Book Dash
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Pete Forsyth

Principal, Wiki Strategies
Pete Forsyth is a Wikipedia expert, adept in the collaborative processes that have produced the world’s most extensive and most widely read body of knowledge. He helps organizations engage with Wikipedia to achieve their goals, while honoring the core policies and values of the... Read More →
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Neil Chue Hong

Director, Software Sustainability Institute, University of Edinburgh
Neil Chue Hong is the founding Director and PI of the Software Sustainability Institute and a Senior Research Fellow at EPCC, based at the University of Edinburgh. He graduated with an MPhys in Computational Physics, also from the University of Edinburgh. He completed an internship... Read More →
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Omo Oaiya

CSO, West and Central African Research and Education Network (WACREN)
Talk to me about LIBSENSE and strengthening local services to support open science and research in Africa.
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Gimena Del Rio Riande

Researcher, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas
Dr. Gimena del Rio Riande is an Associate Researcher at the Instituto de Investigaciones Bibliográficas y Crítica Textual (IIBICRIT-CONICET, Argentina). She holds a MA and Summa Cum Laude PhD in Romance Philology (Universidad Complutense de Madrid). Her main academic interests... Read More →
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Violeta Ilik

Dean of University Libraries, Adelphi University
KW

Kat Walsh

lawyer
Free content and free software licensing
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Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe

Professor/Coordinator for Information Literacy Services and Instruction in the University Library, UIUC
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Natasha Simons

Associate Director, Data & Services, Australian Research Data Commons
Natasha Simons has her head in the clouds - literally, technically and figuratively. She loves research data and making good stuff happen. As Associate Director, Data & Services, at the Australian Research Data Commons she is responsible for programs that support the development of... Read More →
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Bhuvana Meenakshi Koteeswaran

Socio Tech Resarcher, LUMOS IND (WITc)
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Alison McGonagle-O'Connell

Senior Director of Marketing, HighWire Press
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Jennifer Gibson

Executive Director, Dryad


Thursday December 9, 2021 21:00 - 22:00 UTC
 
Friday, December 10
 

13:00 UTC

Post-conference Hackathon: Software Citations
The FORCE11 Software Citation Implementation WG (SCIWG) is holding a hackathon before and after the main FORCE2021 events.  The main theme for hacking/discussing/doing is software citation and metadata exports (such as: CITATION.cff, codemeta.json, BibLaTeX @software, etc.)
More information and notes can be found on this online document.

Note: As part of FORCE2021, we will be hosting a pre-conference software citation hackathon, post-conference software citation hackathon, and a Deep Dive: Software Citation session exploring boarder topics regarding software citations.

Moderators
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Martin Fenner

Front Matter

Speakers
avatar for Neil Chue Hong

Neil Chue Hong

Director, Software Sustainability Institute, University of Edinburgh
Neil Chue Hong is the founding Director and PI of the Software Sustainability Institute and a Senior Research Fellow at EPCC, based at the University of Edinburgh. He graduated with an MPhys in Computational Physics, also from the University of Edinburgh. He completed an internship... Read More →
avatar for Arfon Smith

Arfon Smith

Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Open Source Software
A lapsed academic with a passion for new models of scientific collaboration, Arfon has used big telescopes to study dust in space, built sequencing pipelines in Cambridge and has engaged millions of people in online citizen science by co-founding the Zooniverse.He’s also been known... Read More →
avatar for Morane Gruenpeter

Morane Gruenpeter

Software Heritage


Friday December 10, 2021 13:00 - 17:00 UTC
 
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