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Programme

08:30 - 09:00 Regisztráció/On-site Registration  

09:00

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09:10

Megnyitó/Opening
Ádám Török, Secretary General of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

 

09:10

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09:40

Tiberius Ignat, SKS
Citizen Science: Why should we Bother?

 

09:40

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10:00

Nicolo Pierini, Taylor and Francis
The Bigger Impact Picture

 

10:00

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10:30

Paul Ayris, UCL
Leading the Change to Open Science in European Universities

 

10:30

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10:50

Elsevier Clinical Key
To be announced later.

 

10:50

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11:30

Kávészünet/Coffe break with snacks

 

11:30

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11:50

Martin Szomszor, ISI
The Future of Research Evaluation

 

11:50

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12:20

Alberto Martín Martín, Granada University
Google Scholar: Highly Comprehensive Coverage... Inside a Hermetic Black Box

 

12:20

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12:40

Kathryn Sharples, Wiley

 

12:40

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13:10

Daniel Wyler, Zurich University
Citizen Science: the Necessary Ingredients for a Successful Ensemble

 

13:10

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13:30

Emily Poznanksi, De Gruyter

 

13:30

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14:30

Ebédszünet/Lunch break

 

14:30

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14:50

Andrew Dunn, Royal Society
Society Publishing: Open Science & Open Data

 

14:50

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15:20

Ádám Dér, EISZ and Balázs Réffy, Akadémiai Kiadó
The Impact of EISZ Transformative Agreements

 

15:20

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16:20

Panel discussion:
With participation of Brigitte Kromp (Universität Wien), Diane Geraci (Central European University Library),
Paul Ayris (University College London), Pavel Grochowski (University of Warsaw), Martin Szomszor (Institute for Scientific Information)

 
16:20 - 16:30 Closing Notes  
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