A complete overview of our keynote speakers since the 1st Munin Conference on Scholarly Publishing in 2006
KeynoteInstitutionPresenting Year
Røttingen, John-ArneResearch Council of NorwayTwo years with cOAlition S: Recent experiences and future challenges for Open Access to publicationsLink2020
Agate, NickyUniversity of PennsylvaniaFrom Evaluated Outputs to Values-Embedded Practices: The Power of Focusing on Process in Scholarly CommunicationLink2020
Harrower, NatalieDigital Repository of IrelandWhy should we care about FAIR?Link2020
Quintana, Dan
Heathers, James
University of Oslo

Transparent evaluation of scholarly communicationsLink2020
Fyfe, Aileen University of St AndrewsMission or money? Trends in scholarly publishing since c.1850Link
Jensenius, Alexander Refsum University of OsloExperimenting with Open Research ExperimentsLink
Becerril-Garcia, Arianna University of the State of MexicoThe value of the scholarly-led, non-profit business model to achieve Open Access and scholarly publishing beyond APC: the AmeliCA's cooperative approachLink
Terry, Robert World Health Organization's Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases (TDR)Research is born free and everywhere is in chains: How the evolution of open access can contribute to developing a more democratic approach for scienceLink2019
Logan, CorinaMax Planck Institute for Evolutionary AnthropologyI won't be #BulliedIntoBadScienceLink
Tennant, Jon Open Science MOOCWho should own public science? Preprints, power, and publishersLink
Peters, Paul Open Access Scholarly Publishers AssociationEnsuring a Healthy and Competitive Market for Open Access PublishingLink
Tsoukala, Victoria European CommissionOpen Science, Excellent Science! EC policies and initiatives in support of open scienceLink
De Rijcke, SarahLeiden UniversityTowards best practices for authorship and research evaluation: Effects of performance metrics and the Leiden ManifestoLink2017
Eve, Martin PaulBirkbeck, University of LondonA Matter of Distribution: APC Logic against Consortial Funding MechanismsLink2017
Gowers, TimothyUniversity of CambridgePerverse incentives: how the reward structures of academia impede scholarly communication and good science.Link2017
Curry, StephenImperial College LondonZen and the Art of Academic MaintenanceLink2016
Kingsley, DannyCambridge UniversityReward, reproducibility and recognition in research: The case for going OpenLink2016
McCabe, Mark J.Boston University's Questrom School of Management, SKEMA Business School in Sophia AntipolisHow Open Access Affects Competition in Scholarly Publishing Markets: A Tale of Good Intentions, Big Deals and Uncertain OutcomesLink2016
Hossenfelder, SabineNordic Institute for Theoretical PhysicsPeer review and its discontentsLink2015
Schekman, RandyUniversity of California, Berkeley, Howard Hughes Medical InstitutePublishing the most important work in the life sciencesLink2015
Shieber, Stuart M.School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard UniversityThe role of the HE institutions in scholarly publishing and communicationLink2015
Suber, PeterHarvard UniversityWhat is OA and where is it going - in a conversation on video link with Caroline SuttonLink2015
Boulton, GeoffreyUniversity of Edinburgh/Royal Society UKOpen Data and the Future of ScienceLink
Brembs, BjörnUniversität RegensburgWhen decade-old functionality would be progress - the desolate state of our scholarly infrastructureLink2014
Neylon, CameronPLOS - Public Library of ScienceManaging the Transition to an Open Scholarly LiteratureLink2014
Dechamp, Jean-FrançoisEuropean CommisionThe European Commission and Open AccessLink2013
Ferwerda, EelcoOAPEN FoundationOpen Access in Humanities and Social SciencesLink2013
Prosser, David C.Research Libraries UKWhat's 'Open' about Open Access? The Vital Role of Copyright and LicensesLink2013
Pattinson, DamianPublic Library of ScienceMegajournals and what they mean for the future of scientific publishingLink2012
Willinsky, JohnStanford UniversityThe Future of Scholarly Publishing is the Future of Scholarship2012
Neylon, CameronScience and Technology Facilities Council UKI need to publish more and read less! How new platforms will enable you to publish more effectively while reducing information overloadLink2011
Rasmussen, MartinCopernicus PublicationsEnsuring Availability and Quality of Research Data through Open Access and Public Peer-ReviewLink2011
Houghton, JohnVictoria University's Centre for Strategic Economic Studies (CSES)Economic impacts of open access in Europe and the United StatesLink2010
Mele, SalvatoreCERNOpen Access Publishing in 2010: what publishers offer, what researchers want - First results of the SOAP projectLink2010
Heber, JoergNature Publishing GroupPeer review at Nature2009
Hurum, JørnNaturhistorisk museum, Universitetet i OsloWhy did we select open access for the publication of IDA? - and did it matter?2009
Gasser, UrsUniversity of St Gallen / Harvard Law SchoolComparing Open Access Policies of Selected Universities: Towards a Best Practice Model?2008
Grimson, JaneTrinity College DublinScientific publication: following up on the recommendations of the European Research Advisory Board2008
Hallén, ArvidNFRTilgjengeliggjøring av offentlig  finansiert forskning2007
Vigen, JensCERNJa takk, begge deler. Om å publisere som før, men nå i fritt leide.2007
Boye, ErikRikshospitalet-Radiumhospitalet, Universitetet i OsloTellekanter, publiseringsmarkedet og konsekvenser for forskerne2006
Lundberg, JonasMedical Management Centre, Karolinska InstitutetBibliometrics as a research assessment tool - impact beyond the impact factor2006