Posted by: shwu | January 4, 2009

Final workshop schedule

We’ve finally worked out the schedule and we’re happy to announce that we have a keynote speaker again! Phil Bourne, a founding Editor-in-Chief of PLoS Computational Biology and founder of the innovative science video site SciVee, is no stranger to openness and indeed is “committed to furthering the free dissemination of science through new models of publishing and better integration and subsequent dissemination of data and results which as far as possible should be freely available to all”.

Schedule

9:00AM – Workshop welcome and introduction
9:10AM – Keynote: Phil Bourne – TBA
9:40AM – David de Roure – The MyExperiment approach to Open Science
10:00AM – Chang Feng Quo – Community annotation in translational bioinformatics: Lessons from Wikipedia
10:15AM – Nigam Shah – How bio-ontologies enable open science
10:35AM – Heather Piwowar – Measuring the adoption of open science
11:00AM – (break)
11:05AM – Panel discussion or breakout sessions
12:00PM – Wrap up and concluding remarks

The full conference schedule is also available (PDF).

It’s definitely going to be an exciting session! Make sure to see the previous post for links to background reading and related activities.

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