[open-science] Open Science/Open Data at Science Conferences

Heather Piwowar hpiwowar at gmail.com
Fri Aug 19 16:11:15 UTC 2011

> # Open Science/Open Data at Science Conferences
> Iain Hrynaszkiewicz is keen to find out whether open science and open
> data in science are presented at conferences that are not specifically
> aimed at the open community. If you have seen it done, have entered a
> proposal or know of any others who have then do start a conversation
> on the list. It would be useful to compare experiences to find out how
> best to approach this and get more exposure for the ideas of open
> data/open science.

I'm familiar with a few add-on workshops, birds-of-a-feature sessions, and
community forums set up adjacent to or within traditional conferences:

   - Open Science workshop 2009 <http://psb09openscience.wordpress.com/>,
   one day before the Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing.
   - Open (Notebook) Science
   2007 ISMB (followup<http://researchremix.wordpress.com/2007/08/07/summary-of-ons-bof-at-ismb/#comments>
   - Data archiving and Open notebook
Evolution and iEvoBio 2010
   - Open Science
iEvoBio 2010
   - Community Forum on Reproducible
Research<http://kingkong.amath.washington.edu/rrforum/>right before
ICIAM 2011
   - there was a panel proposal about Open Notebook Science submitted to
   iConference 2011 but it wasn't accepted

I think there was a workshop at a neuro conference before 2007 but I can't
easily find the link.

I've also presented my research into open data availability as solo
presentations/posters at several traditional science and infosci
conferences, for what that is worth.


Heather Piwowar

DataONE postdoc with NESCent and Dryad
  studying research data sharing and reuse
  remotely from Dept of Zoology, UBC, Vancouver Canada
@researchremix <http://twitter.com/#!/researchremix>
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