Below is the final program for the conference. Note that due to the flipped format of the conference, participants will have to get acquainted with videos, papers and posters published before the conference.

Times are in Central European Time (UTC+01:00). The conference venue is Auditorium 1 (Teorifagbygget, House 1) on the university campus in Tromsø.

If you missed the registration deadline, the conference will be streamed:

29 November – Workshops & Social gathering

Parallel workshops for onsite participants 11:00–15:45 (see schedule in workshop description):

  • Workshop on publication ethics for journals editors, by Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)
  • Workshop “Using games in research support?”

There will be an informal social gathering for onsite conference participants in the evening: Prelaten Kro & Scene (Sjøgata 12) opens its doors for us at 19:00, come when you can (you do not need to register). You will be able to buy drinks and food in the bar.

30 November – Day 1 of the conference

Time (CET)SessionSpeakers
09:00–09:50Coffee and registration
09:50–10:05Practical orientation. Opening of the conferenceConference chair. Pro-Rector for Research and Development at UiT, Prof. Camilla Brekke
10:05–11:00Keynote: Open Science policies at the University of Edinburgh: Putting policy into practiceDominic Tate (University of Edinburgh)
11:00–11:15Short break
11:15–11:40Rights retention, open licensing and copyright. Reforming the policy landscapeVanessa Proudman (SPARC Europe) & Jon Treadway (Great North Wood Consulting)
11:40–12:05Open Access Monographs: COPIM & Making Mandates RealityTom Grady (University of London & COPIM) & Emily Poznanski (CEU Press)
12:05–12:20Pitches for onsite posters
12:20–13:30Onsite poster lunchSee overview of posters
13:30–14:25Keynote: Open Science Infrastructure as a key component of Open ScienceJadranka Stojanovski (University of Zadar & Ruđer Bošković Institute)
14:25–15:00Coffee break
15:00–15:25Future pathways of a sector in transition. A socio-technical system perspective on the scholarly publishing market and Open AccessLennart Stoy (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
15:25–15:50Supporting Open Infrastructure through commercial partnerships: The Ubiquity case studyBrian Hole (Ubiquity Press)
15:50–16:15Economics and equity in the development of Open Research EuropeRob Johnson (Research Consulting)
17:30Conference dinner at the Science Center (Vitensenteret), Hansine Hansens veg 17

1 December – Day 2 of the conference

Time (CET)SessionSpeakers
09:00–09:30Coffee
09:30–10:15Keynote: Connecting the building blocks of open science: an ecological approachPierre Mounier (OpenEdition)
10:15–10:30Short break
10:30–10:55A new university press as a space to connect the building blocks of Open Science. A look through the prism of an open textbook publishing pilotMira Buist-Zhuk & Margreet Nieborg (University of Groningen)
10:55–11:20Open access books: building blocks and policiesRonald Snijder & Tom Mosterd (OAPEN Foundation)
11:20–12:20Onsite poster lunchSee overview of posters
12:20–12:45Two decades of Open Access Campaigns: A retrospective analysisJenice Jean Goveas & Lizzie Sayer (International Science Council)
12:45–13:10Open Science-friendly national R&D knowledge and information infrastructure: a case study from KoreaHanna Shmagun (Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI)), University of Science and Technology (UST)), Jangsup Shim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), Charles Oppenheim, (Robert Gordon University), Kwangnam Choi (KISTI), Kwangho Chun (Institute for Information & Communication Technology Promotion), Jaesoo Kim (KISTI)
13:10–13:25Short break
13:25–13:55Panel discussion on persistent identifiers (digital)Bianca Kramer (Sesame Open Science), Chieh-Chih Estelle Cheng (ORCID), Amanda French (Crossref, ROR). See panellists' posters.
13:55–14:35Panel discussion on research data management (onsite)Frédérique Belliard (Delft University of Technology), Live Kvale (University of Oslo), Arto Ikonen (University of Jyväskylä), Philipp Conzett (UiT The Arctic University of Norway). See panellists' posters.
14:35–15:20Closing of the conference, final coffee and mingling