FORCE2015

FORCE2015 Agenda-at-a-Glance

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Sunday 11 January 2015
Location of Meetings - MAPS
Pre-Conference Workshops

Start Time End Time Session Room/Location
08:00 18:00 Registration e-Research Centre
08:30 13:00 Do we Know How to Cite Date?  If so, let's go (limited space) - FULL e-Research Centre - Room 277
13:00 16:00 Future Commons (open to all) e-Research Centre - Room 265
13:00 18:00 Contribution and Attribution in the Context of Scholar (open to all) e-Research Centre - Room 278
13:00 18:00 Data Citation Support in Reference Managers (open to all) e-Research Centre - Room 277
13:00  18:00 Workshop: Wikimedia as a Platform for Science Communication (open to all) e-Research Centre - Theatre B
13:00  18:00 Common APIs for FAIR Data Repositories (open to all) e-Research Centre - Room 051
15:00 18:00 ContentMine Workshop (open to all) e-Research Centre - Theatre A
18:00 24:00 HACKATHON!  Sponsored by CrossRef   e-Research Centre - Room 278

Monday 12 January 2015
Location of Meetings - MAPS

Start Time End Time Session Room/Location
08:00 18:00 Registration Mathematical Institute
08:00 09:00 Light breakfast: Coffee, tea and pastries  
09:00 09:15 Opening Session: Introductions and Updates  
09:15 09:25 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (1665)  
09:25 10:30 Keynote: Communication with a Crowd: Lessons from Citizen Science    Chris Lintott, University of Oxford  
10:30 11:00 Coffee Break  
11:00 11:30 Updates from 1K and FORCE11 Activities  
11:30 12:45 Session:  Valuing the Diversity of Scholarly Impact in a Networked World  
12:45 14:15 Lunch and Tour to visit Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society  
14:15 15:15 Keynote: Managing Data: The Long View   Amy Friedlander, National Science Foundation  
15:15 15:45 Ice Cream Break - Sponsored by Elsevier and Mendeley  
15:45 17:00 Panel: True or False? Transparency, Validation, and Reproducibility of Research in Scholarly Communication  
17:00 17:05 Demo Previews  
17:05 17:30 Session:  Summary of Day  
18:30 21:30 Data, Demos, and Drinks posters and demos reception  

Tuesday 13 January 2015

Start Time End Time Session Room/Location
07:00 18:00 Registration  
08:00 09:00 Light breakfast: Coffee, tea and pastries  
09:00 10:00 Keynote: Libraries of Scale: Global Partnerships and Scholarly Access   Sarah Thomas, Harvard University  L1 - Mathematics
10:00 10:15 Coffee Break  
10:15 11:30 Vision Session:  5-minute Flash Talks - Great Ideas! L1 - Mathematics
11:30 13:00 Session:  Credit Where Credit is Due L1 - Mathematics
13:00 14:15 Grab a Box Lunch and Join a Birds of Feather Group  
14:15 15:30 Panel:  Funding Panel: Innovative Funding Models  
15:30 16:15 Session:  Outcomes from Breakout Sessions and Workshops  
16:15 16:45 Traditional English Tea Break  
16:45  18:00 Session:  Geek Out - Research on the Web  
18:00 18:30 Closing Session:  Where Have We Been and Where are We Going as a Community?  Phil Bourne, NIH  
18:30   Closing Remarks:  Announce winners of Vision Session Awards and Demo/Poster Awards  

Sponsors

Digital Science CrossRef Royal Society of Chemistry Europe PMC River Valley Technologies Overleaf Elsevier and Mendeley
Science Exchange National Science Foundation (NSF) Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Thomson Reuters Pensoft Publishers Ltd SSI
Oxford University Press Wiley Oxford e-Research Centre PLOS International Society for Biocuration