Our keynotes

Keynotes for the 13th Munin conference (see more):

  • Corina Logan, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
  • Paul Peters, Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association
  • Jon Tennant, Open Science MOOC
  • Victoria Tsoukala, European Commission


A complete list of keynotes who have presented at the Munin Conference since the start in 2006:

Keynote Institution Presenting Year
Boulton, Geoffrey University of Edinburgh/Royal Society UK Open Data and the Future of Science Link 2014
Boye, Erik Rikshospitalet-Radiumhospitalet, Universitetet i Oslo Tellekanter, publiseringsmarkedet og konsekvenser for forskerne 2006
Brembs, Björn Universität Regensburg When decade-old functionality would be progress – the desolate state of our scholarly infrastructure Link 2014
Curry, Stephen Imperial College London Zen and the Art of Academic Maintenance Link 2016
De Rijcke, Sarah Leiden University Towards best practices for authorship and research evaluation: Effects of performance metrics and the Leiden Manifesto Link 2017
Dechamp, Jean-François European Commision The European Commission and Open Access Link 2013
Eve, Martin Paul Birkbeck, University of London A Matter of Distribution: APC Logic against Consortial Funding Mechanisms Link 2017
Ferwerda, Eelco OAPEN Foundation Open Access in Humanities and Social Sciences Link 2013
Gasser, Urs University of St Gallen / Harvard Law School Comparing Open Access Policies of Selected Universities: Towards a Best Practice Model? 2008
Gowers, Timothy University of Cambridge Perverse incentives: how the reward structures of academia impede scholarly communication and good science. Link 2017
Grimson, Jane Trinity College Dublin Scientific publication: following up on the recommendations of the European Research Advisory Board 2008
Hallén, Arvid NFR Tilgjengeliggjøring av offentlig  finansiert forskning 2007
Heber, Joerg Nature Publishing Group Peer review at Nature 2009
Hossenfelder, Sabine Nordic Institute for Theoretical Physics Peer review and its discontents Link 2015
Houghton, John Victoria University’s Centre for Strategic Economic Studies (CSES) Economic impacts of open access in Europe and the United States Link 2010
Hurum, Jørn Naturhistorisk museum, Universitetet i Oslo Why did we select open access for the publication of IDA? – and did it matter? 2009
Kingsley, Danny Cambridge University Reward, reproducibility and recognition in research – the case for going Open Link 2016
Lundberg, Jonas Medical Management Centre, Karolinska Institutet Bibliometrics as a research assessment tool – impact beyond the impact factor 2006
McCabe, Mark J. Boston University’s Questrom School of Management, SKEMA Business School in Sophia Antipolis How Open Access Affects Competition in Scholarly Publishing Markets: A Tale of Good Intentions, Big Deals and Uncertain Outcomes Link 2016
Mele, Salvatore CERN Open Access Publishing in 2010: what publishers offer, what researchers want – First results of the SOAP project Link 2010
Neylon, Cameron Science and Technology Facilities Council UK I need to publish more and read less! How new platforms will enable you to publish more effectively while reducing information overload Link 2011
Neylon, Cameron PLOS – Public Library of Science Managing the Transition to an Open Scholarly Literature Link 2014
Pattinson, Damian Public Library of Science Megajournals and what they mean for the future of scientific publishing Link 2012
Prosser, David C. Research Libraries UK What’s ‘Open’ about Open Access? The Vital Role of Copyright and Licenses Link 2013
Rasmussen, Martin Copernicus Publications Ensuring Availability and Quality of Research Data through Open Access and Public Peer-Review Link 2011
Schekman, Randy University of California, Berkeley, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Publishing the most important work in the life sciences Link 2015
Shieber, Stuart M. School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University The role of the HE institutions in scholarly publishing and communication Link 2015
Suber, Peter Harvard University What is OA and where is it going – in a conversation on video link with Caroline Sutton Link 2015
Vigen, Jens CERN Ja takk, begge deler. Om å publisere som før, men nå i fritt leide. 2007
Willinsky, John Stanford University The Future of Scholarly Publishing is the Future of Scholarship 2012

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