Panel Discussion: Open science & Open access

The path towards Open science: challenges and solutions for scientific publications.


Photo Open science

Thursday 6 June

4:30pm - 6:30pm
Global challenges make it ever more important to make science widely accessible - both the process of research through citizen science, and the outcomes of research: data, results and publications.
The model of academic publishing thus lies at the heart of the promise of open science. However, today, whereas science is largely funded by tax-payer money, it remains too difficult both for scientists and citizens to access to its results because of high subscriptions costs and access fees.
This panel discussion gathers scientists and professionals of academic publishing to debate ways to revise the century-old model of scientific publishing and turn the promise of open science into reality.

Panelists:
  • Grégory Colcanap, National Coordinator from Couperin,  and director of Evry University Library - France
  • Marin Dacos, Founder of the Center for open electronic publishing (Cléo), Scientific advisor for Open Science at the French Ministry of Reseach and innovation and CNRS Innovation medal (2016) - France
  • Liam Earney, Director Of Licensing at Jisc Collections - England
  • Harald Reichert, Director of Research in Physical Sciences at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) - France
  • Bernard Rentier, President of Enabling Open Scholarship (EOS), expert at the European University Association (EUA) and the instigator of the institutional archive ORBI in Liège University - Belgium
  • Sylvie Rousset, Director of Scientific and Technical Information department (DIST) at CNRS - France

*The panel discussion will be held in French and English.



This Panel Discussion is organized by:

  • Lise Dumasy (Chairwoman), President of Couperin Consortium and President of University Community Grenoble Alpes
  • Bart Van Tiggelen (Facilitator), CNRS Research Professor (Laboratory LPMMC, CNRS, UGA) and President of the Publications Commission at the French Physical Society (SFP)
  • Olivier Fruchart, Research Professor and Deputy Director at SPINTEC Laboratory (CEA, CNRS, UGA)
  • Lucie Albaret, Duty Manager at the Direction of Research Services of Université Grenoble Alpes Library
  • Livia Stahl, Legal officer at the Direction of Research Services, Department of Open science policy (UGA)

Published on May 20, 2019