Arianna Becerril-García, Chair at Ameli, Open Knowledge for Latin America and the Global South (AmeliCA), Executive Director at Redalyc.org, and Professor at the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico.
Stephen Eglen, Reader in Computational Neuroscience at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge. He is interested in exploring new ways of scholarly publishing, including reproducible research.
Alexander Refsum Jensenius, Associate Professor at the Department of Musicology and Deputy Director at the RITMO Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Rhythm, Time and Motion at the University of Oslo. As chair of the NIME steering committee, he is a leading figure in the international computer music community. He is a member of the Young Academy of Norway and the EUA Open Science Committee and involved in pushing for modernizing the way research is conceived and conducted.
Gerit Pfuhl, Professor in Cognitive and Biological Psychology at UiT The Arctic University of Norway. Pfuhl is interested in understanding the mechanisms of how humans make decisions under uncertainty and in changing environments, respectively. She also researchers when cognitive biases are beneficial and when not.
Kenneth Ruud, Professor of Chemistry and Deputy vice chancellor for Research and Development, UiT The Arctic University of Norway.
Caroline Sutton, Director of Open Research at Taylor & Francis Group and former chair of OASPA.
Katrine Weisteen Bjerde is Senior Advisor for research services at Unit – The directorate for ICT and joint services for higher education and research. She is member of the National Advisory Board for research services (Fagutvalg for forskning) and Norway’s National Point of Reference towards the European Commission for Open Access to Scientific Information.