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For Complete Program with Abstracts: APE 2019 Full Conference – Final Program
Venue of APE 2019 – Leibniz Hall,
Berlin Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Berlin
Speakers Gallery of APE 2019
Dr. Michiel Kolman, President, International Publishers Association (IPA), Geneva
Welcome and Opening
Prof.Dr. Christian Thomsen, President, Technical University Berlin
A View from the United States: The Health of Science Funding and Scientific Publishing
Dr. Rush Holt, President of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), Washington, DC
Guided and grounded Transformation Strategies: Publishers as Researchers’ Advocates and Agents of sustainable scholarly Communications
Judy Verses, Executive Vice-President, Research, Wiley, Inc., New York
Plenary Talk: Where is the Value in Scholarly Communications?
Dr. Philippe MAB Terheggen, Managing Director, Journals, Elsevier, Amsterdam
Session 1: Panel – A Journey through Platforms and Pipelines
Liz Marchant, Editorial Director, Life, Environmental & Earth Science Journals at Taylor & Francis, Oxford
Clowns to the Left of Me – Jokers to the Right. The Independent Publisher in an Age of Mergers and Acquisitions
Angela Cochran, Associate Publisher and Journals Director, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Reston, VA, and Author at the 'Scholarly Kitchen'
On Migrating from a traditional Platform to an innovative nonprofit Partnership
Lauren Kane, Chief Strategy and Operating Officer, BioOne, Washington, DC
Graduating from Platforms to Researcher-centric Pipelines
Jonathan Hevenstone, SVP Business Development, Atypon, Hoboken
Session 2: Panel Quo vadis, Science?
Dr. Ralf Schimmer, Director, Scientific Information Provision, Max Planck Digital Library, Munich
Where do we stand after the 14th Berlin Open Access Conference?
Prof. Dr. Gerard Meijer,
Director, Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society, Berlin
How to make a DEAL?
Prof. Dr. Günter M. Ziegler, President of the Free University of Berlin
Open Access – or Open Science?
Dr. Bernd Pulverer, Chief Editor,
The EMBO Journal and Head of Scientific Publications, EMBO, Heidelberg
Open Access: Perspectives from the European Chemical Society (EuChemS) and the Royal Society of Chemistry
Dr. Robert Parker, CEO, Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge
Quo Vadis, Science? Panel Discussion
The APE Lecture: ‘Bridge over Troubled Water’. In the Spirit of Karen Hunter (1945-2018)
Judith C. Russell, Dean of University Libraries, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, Gainsville, Fl
Session 3: Good Morning China! (Almost) everything
you always wanted to know about China (but were afraid to ask).
Interview by Drs. Eefke Smit, STM
Ed Gerstner, VP Publishing, Nature Research Open Access, London
Session 4: Where have all the Dotcoms gone? Plus new Start-ups
Drs. Eefke Smit, Director, Standards and Technology, The International Association of Scientific, Technical and Medical Publishers (STM), Amsterdam
What happened to the Dotcoms in our STM sector? First results of a retrospective overview 2008 - 2018
Yvonne Campfens, independent consultant
New Dotcoms to watch:
- AcademicLabs.co by Founder and CEO Arne Smolders
- Filestage.io by CEO Niklas Dorn
- SCI.ai by Roman Gurinovich, Systems Architect
- Morressier by Sami Benchekroun, Co-Founder and CEO
Session 5: Books – Paradigm Regained?
Ir. Wilma van Wezenbeek, Director,
TU Delft and Program Manager Open Access (VSNU The Hague)
Going Agile, Going Open? Initiatives in North American Humanities Book Publishing
Jason Colman, Director, Michigan Publishing Services, University of Michigan Library, Ann Arbor, MI
Open Access Books – A Diamond in the Rough
Dr. Anke Beck, CEO, IntechOpen, London
A Book is a Book is a Book?
Prof. Dr. Wolfram Horstmann, University Librarian, State and University Library Göttingen
Session 6: Discovering, Sharing, and Accessing Content – Changes and Solutions
Alice Meadows, Director of Communications, ORCID and Author at The Scholarly Kitchen
Rediscovering Research: Challenges in a changing Environment
Dr. Daniel W. Hook, CEO, Digital Science, London
RA 21. Resource Access in the 21st Century: Peek Preview into Solutions and Results
Ralph Youngen, Co-Chair STM RA21 Taskforce and Director, Publishing Systems Integration, American Chemical Society (ACS), Columbus, Ohio
Research Data: The approaching Horizon in Europe and beyond
Grace Baynes, VP, Research Data & New Product Development, Open Research, Springer Nature, London
Closing Panel: Integrity, Ethics, and Peer Review: Who mediates the peer review conversation when we change the model?
Chris Graf, Director, Research Integrity and Publishing Ethics, Wiley, Oxford
Publisher- and Editor-mediated Peer Review – Evolution of the traditional Approach
Elisa De Ranieri, Editor-in-Chief, Nature Communications, London
Author-mediated Peer Review – the “Platform Approach”, where authors choose their reviewers
Dr. Diego Benedict Baptista, Open Research Coordinator, Wellcome Trust, London
Community-mediated Peer Review – the preprint model
Dr. John R. Inglis, Executive Director of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor, NY