Scientific Program

 

Tuesday, 15 Oct.

 

9.00
Opening and Introductory Remarks
Martin G. Hicks

Session Chair: Matthew Todd

9.20
Open Science and the Rebuilding of the Publishing Functions
Jean-Claude Guédon

10.00
Building a National Research Data Commons - Transforming Scholarship Through Transformative Infrastructure
Andrew Teloar

10.40 Coffee Break

11.10
Implementing Open Science in Academic Biomedicine: a Report from the Trenches
Ulrich Dirnagl

11.50
Distributed Drug Discovery and its Application in Neglected Tropical Diseases
Lori Ferrins

12.30 Lunch

Session Chair: Evan Bolton

13.40
Towards Knowledge Graph-based Representation, Augmentation and Exploration of Scholarly Communication
Sören Auer

14.20
Accelerating Biomedical Discovery with an Interest of FAIR Data and Services
Michel Dumontier

15.00 Tea Break

15.30
Watch out for the Influencers! When Scientific Reasoning Relies on a Single Data Point
Andrej-Nikolai Spiess

16.10
Stories from the "Open Science Revolution": How Scientists Talk about Openess
Rosalind Attenborough

16.40 Close

19.30 Dinner

 

 

 

Wednesday, 16 Oct.

 

Session Chair: Andrew Hufton

9.00
A Universal Chemical Synthesis Text to Code Translator that Enables the Autonomous Syntehsis of Organic Molecules
Lee Cronin

9.40
Open Science Platform for Materials Science: AiiDA and Materials Cloud
Giovanni Pizzi

10.20 Coffee Break

10.50
Simulation Foundry: Repeatable, Replicable, Reproducible, Open and FAIR Molecular Modelling
Gudrun Gygli

11.30
Towards an Improved Data Ecosystem for Scientists
Evan Bolton

12.10
Wikidata and Scholia as a Hub Linking Chemical Knowledge
Egon Willighagen

12.50 Lunch

Session Chair: Marta Teperek

14.00
Towards a National Research Data Infrastructure for Chemistry in Germany
Christoph Steinbeck

14.40
The GO FAIR Convergence Matrix: Optimizing the Reuse of Existing FAIR-Related Resources
Erik Schultes

15.20
Discussion: The Why, How and What of Open Science
Martin G. Hicks

16.00 Tea Break

16.30
Supporting Ireland's Open Research Agenda - HRB's Open Publishing Platform and FAIR Data Stewardship Pilot
Aileen Sheehy

17.10
"The University Cooperative", Learning to Manage Academic Resources as Common Property
Sanli Faez

17.50 Close

19.30 Dinner

 

Thursday, 17 OCT.

 

Session Chair: Lori Ferrins

9.00
Open Science is Accelerating Early Target Discovery and Validation, and will Facilitate the Generation of More Novel Medicines for Patients
Chas Bountras

9.40
Can Openess Pay?
Matthew Todd

10.20
DataSTAGE: Improving Access to FAIR Data to Accelerate Scientific Discovery for Heart, Lung, Blood, and Sleep Research
Rebecca Boyles

11.00 Coffee Break

11.20
FAIR Data? Not Without Code! But How to Get there? - Case Study from TU Delft
Marta Teperek

12.00
Five Years of Data Sharing at PLOS: Challenges and Opportunities
Iratxe Puebla

12.40
Bridging the Gab Between the Scholarly Literature and Public Data Repositories
Andrew Hufton

13.20
Closing Remarks
Martin G. Hicks

13.30 Lunch