[open-science] Conference call for open science group leaders
pm286 at cam.ac.uk
Wed Feb 12 01:08:55 UTC 2014
many thanks everyone.
I wasn't able to be at the Panton on 16th Jan but am really excited about
what Richard Smith proposed for solvers.io and am an enthusiastic
On Tue, Feb 11, 2014 at 8:55 PM, Keren Limor <keren.limor at gmail.com> wrote:
> We are happy to invite open science group leaders to a monthly conference
> call at the last Thursday of every month from 20:00 to 21:00 GMT
> The purpose of the calls is to strengthen our community by collaborating,
> updating and being updated on events/activities/ideas etc..
> Hence, the calls will be structured as follows:
> *15 min - Update on achievements - the current/last month events,
> activities, and ideas
> *30 min - Discussion on a chosen topic
> *15 min - Update on plans - next month/upcoming events, activities, and
> To be sure you are on our list - please email your skype user to:
> keren.limor at gmail.com
> Thursday 27/2 - Coordinator:Stefan Topic: How to run a successful event?
> Thursday 27/3 - Coordinator:Keren Topic: Social media to boost our
> Thursday 24/4 - Coordinator:Stefan Topic: To be discusssed
> Thursday 29/5 - Coordinator:Keren Topic: To be discusssed
> Thursday 26/6 - Coordinator:Stefan Topic: To be discusssed
> Thursday 31/7 - Coordinator:Keren Topic: To be discusssed
> Looking forward to meet you at our next conference call!
> The open science group coordinators (western time zones)
> Stefan Kasberger
> Suchith Anand
> Keren Limor Waisberg
> PS - please note that Sridhar Gutam is coordinating open science group
> calls for eastern time zones - you are, of course, invited to participate
> in either or both calls.
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Reader in Molecular Informatics
Unilever Centre, Dep. Of Chemistry
University of Cambridge
CB2 1EW, UK
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