Vorträge - CVs

Vorträge in englischer Sprache

10.00-12.00 Uhr:

Paul Ayris

Dr. Paul Ayris is Director of UCL (University College London) Library Services and an Honorary Lecturer at the UCL Department of Information Studies. Furthermore he is Vice-President of LIBER (Ligue des Bibliothèques Européennes de Recherche) and Secretary of the SPARC Europe Board. He chairs the OAI Organizing Committee for the Geneva Workshops on Scholarly Communication and the JISC’s NHS-HE Content Procurement Group for the NHS-HE Forum. He is member of the JISC's Journals Working Group as well as the Publishers Action Group, of the SCONUL/CILIP Health Strategy Group, the RLUK/SCONUL Joint Scholarly Communications Group, the RIN’s Research Communications Forum and the NSF-funded Blue Ribbon Task Force on economically-sustainable digital preservation.
Alma Swan
Alma Swan is a consultant working in the field of scholarly communication. She is a director of Key Perspectives Ltd and holds honorary academic positions in the University of Southampton School of Electronics & Computer Science and the University of Warwick Business School. Alma is Convenor for Enabling Open Scholarship, the organisation of universities promoting the principles of open scholarship in the academic community.
She is a member of the Governing Board of Euroscience (the European Association for the Promotion of Science & Technology) and the editor of its online magazine, The Euroscientist.

Tim Brody
Tim Brody is a Research Assistant in the Intelligence, Agents, Multimedia Group at the University of Southampton. Tim has worked on a number of open-access related projects including working on the GNU EPrints software tool, Kultur (research repository for visual arts), PRESERV (digital preservation for eprints), TARDis (investigated methods for filling institutional repositories) and the Open Citation Project. Tim has developed and supports the Citebase Search (citation-ranking search engine), Registry of Open Access Repositories and Celestial (OAI-PMH caching and analysis) tools.





Inge Van Nieuwerburgh
Inge Van Nieuwerburgh has been involved in Ghent University’s library team since 2004.
Her time is to a great extent spent on the one hand on digitization & digital archiving procedures, dissemination and information literacy, and on the other hand on scholarly communication and Open Access.
The library is famous for several technological developments throughout the last decades and its Open Access minded approach. Since 2004 an institutional repository is managed by the library and just recently a deposit/Open Access mandate for Ghent University researchers has been adopted.
Ghent University Library is involved in OpenAIRE, an FP7 project supporting the FP7 Open Access pilot.



13.00-14.30 Uhr:

Caroline Sutton
Caroline Sutton is currently President of the Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association, OASPA and one of its founding members. In her daily work, Caroline is one of the founding partners of Co-Action Publishing, an open access publishing house and an initiator behind OpenAccessSolutions.com, a portal of services for small publishing operations. She is a member of the Lund University Library Board and a member of the Advisory Board for Linköping University Press. Caroline holds a PhD in Sociology from Uppsala University, Sweden.

Anja Lengenfelder
Anja Lengenfelder graduated in "Buchwissenschaft" (book sciences), German language and literature studies and biology at the University of Erlangen-Nuernberg.
After her studies she worked amongst others as a trainee in the editorial department of Walter de Gruyter in Berlin.
In November 2006 she joined the Open Access Policy Team of the Max Planck Digital Library.
She was member of the working party for SCOAP3 and is member of the network of the Information Platform on Open Access in Germany as well as the open access working group within the Priority Initiative by the Alliance of German Science Organisations.
Bettina Görner
Bettina Goerner studied Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in Tübingen and Göttingen and carried out research for her Master's thesis at the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen, Germany. After her studies she gathered work experience at the Harvard Institutes of Medicine, McKinsey & Company and INSEAD. In October 2008 Bettina joined Springer as a Management Trainee working on projects in the Editorial, Marketing, and eProduct Management & Innovation areas. After showing early interest in open access, she was appointed Manager Open Access in Springer’s business development unit.