Welcome Speeches

prof. Marcin Pałys, Rector of University of Warsaw

Jacek Guliński, Vice Minister of Science and Higher Education

Keynote Session

Making Open Access Work for All: Dream or Reality?, prof. Nicholas Canny, European Research Council

How to Formulate Effective Policies to Open Access to Research Worldwide, prof. Stevan Harnad, Université du Québec à Montréal

From Network Architecture to Concrete Action – Charting a Future for Open Research on the Web, Cameron Neylon, Public Library of Science

What Is It About the Intellectual Properties of Learning?, prof. John Willinsky, Stanford Graduate School of Education

Track 1
  • Open science and research initiative in Finland: Persistency and infrastructure as backbone for openness, Juha Haataja, Ministry of Education and Culture, Finland

  • An overview of research and practices of Open Science in Brazil, Patricia Henning, Federal University of the Rio de Janeiro State. [SlideShare Presentation]

  • Incentives, Integration, and Mediation: Sustainable Practices for Population Repositories, Iryna Kuchma, COAR

  • A review of Open Access publishing in Poland and Eastern Europe – a study by BioMed Central and Springer, Johanna Kuhn, BioMed Central

  • Open Access as an element of an “Open All” approach – policies and practices, Alek Tarkowski, Centrum Cyfrowe: Projekt Polska

  • Analysis of the attitude within academic and research communities toward open science – a quantitative survey, Maciej Ostaszewski, National Information Processing Institute

  • Four Years of the Adam Mickiewicz University Repository – AMUR: Some Lessons and Reflections, Małgorzata Rychlik, Adam Mickiewicz University

  • OpenUJ. The origins of the Open Mandate building in the oldest university in Poland, Samuel Nowak, Konrad Gliściński, Jagiellonian University


Track 2
  • Common Map of Academia: an open resource for data-driven scientometrics, Łukasz Bolikowski, University of Warsaw

  • Citizen technoscience. From Open hardware to non-formal scientific and technological practice, Marcin Zaród, University of Warsaw

  • Building Open Geospatial Science Network, Suchith Anand, University of Nottingham

  • Towards open science through opening research data: an institutional journey at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Elena Simukovic, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

  • Enabling Re-Use and Sustainability: The role of information infrastructure funders for opening science, Angela Holzer, DFG – German Research Foundation/Knowledge Exchange

  • OpenAIRE: Science. Set Free, Iryna Kuchma, EIFL

  • Legal Aspects of Open Science: the EU Perspective, Krzysztof Siewicz, University of Warsaw


Panel Discussion and Closing Remarks

Panelists: prof. Nicholas Canny, prof. Stevan Harnad, Cameron Neylon, prof. John Willinsky

Moderator: Mario Cervantes, OECD


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