Seminar : research data in the ecosystem of scientific publications

Research data in the ecosystem of scientific publications
Wednesday, 12 February 2014
Institut Pasteur, 75015 Paris

Open research data offers new opportunities to scientific publishers in terms of innovation: new services and workflows for science, new editorial policy for traditional journals, new forms of data-oriented publications (data journals). In addition, as research data become full-fledged research products, they are subjected to scientific evaluations and need to be citable. How will the system of scientific publication evolve to take into account those new products? What exactly are the new services developed by publishers that help scientists to publish, discover and re-use those data? The GFII seminar will provide an overview of current developments for STM publishers, scientists and editorial boards. The event will also provide a platform to discuss the main challenges and issues implied by open research data for the ecosystem of scientific publications to the speakers and the conventioneers.




9:00-9:30 : Welcome


Research data in the ecosystem of scientific publications
Odile Hologne, Head of Department, Department of Scientific and Technical Information, National Institute for Agronomic Research (INRA)

Session #1 : new publishing strategies around research data 

Integrating research data for astrophysicists (French)
EDP Sciences, Jean Marc Quilbé, Head of EDP Sciences
How to make the opening of research data valuable for researchers and science (French)
Olivier Dumon, Managing Director, Research Market, ELSEVIER

Revolutionising the Journal through Big Data Computational Research  (English)
Amye Kenall, Journal Development Manager, Open Data, BioMed Central

Questions/answers (French/English)

Session #2 : new tools, new workflows for research

Building experts profiles from research data and publications data : the point of view of a search engine specialized in R&D and science (French)
Pascal Magnier, Founder, Expernova

From laboratory notebook to data repositories: the case of chemical reaction datas (French)
Frank Hoonakker, CEO, eNovalys

Questions/answers (French/English)

Free Lunch - 12h30-14h

Session #3 : storing research data: the issue of repositories

An overview of data repositories : focus on the initiative (French)
Simon Hodson, Board of Directors, Dryad

Figshare: It's not just about open and closed, it's about control (English)
Mark Hahnel, Founder, Figshare, Digital Sciences

13:35-14:45 : Questions/answers (French/English)

Session #4 : how to identify, evaluate and cite research data?

Why and how to cite research data : CODATA’s initiatives and recommendations (French)
Simon Hodson, Executive Director, CODATA (ICSU Committee on Data for Science and Technology)

A presentation of DataCite and DOI related services (French)
Herbert Gruttemeier, Head of international Relations, National Institute of Scientific and Technical Information (INIST-CNRS)

Data Citation Index : innovative solution to facilitate discovery, use and attribution of research datasets (French/English)
Guillaume Rivalle, Strategic Business Manager, Thomson Reuters
Nigel Robinson, Director, Operations & Development, Thomson Reuters

Questions/answers (French/English)

Coffee break

Session #5 : meeting the needs of researchers (STM/SHS)

The case of life science and health care (French)
Gilbert Faure, MD, PhD, Faculté de Médecine, Université de Lorraine
Laboratoire d'Immunologie et NANCYTOMIQUE

IPOL journal (Image Processing On Line) : articles, softwares and data in applied mathematics (French)
Nicolas Limare, CMLA Mathématiques Appliquées, ENS Cachan

Questions/answers (French/English)

how scientific journal help to build open access to research data?


Participation fee
- Members of GFII : 71.76 euros (VAT not included)
- Not Members of GFII : 119.60 euros TTC (VAT not included)

The number of places available is limited.

To participate, please register on line on GFII website. Online payment is possible.

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