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National Academy of Sciences
2101 Constitution Avenue NW, Room 125
Washington, DC
September 18-19, 2017


Public Symposium:
Toward an Open Science Enterprise: Focus on Stakeholders
Monday, September 18, 2017

Open Session

8:45 am Registration
9:00 am Welcome and Introductions
Alexa McCray (NAM), Harvard Medical School, Committee Chair

8:45 am Registration

9:00 am Welcome and Introductions
Alexa McCray (NAM), Harvard Medical School, Committee Chair

9:15 am Session I: Perspectives of Publishers and Journal Editors

Advocating Open Science at PLOS
Joerg Heber, Public Library of Science (PLOS)

A Community Organization Perspective
Michael Forster, IEEE

Approaching Open Science Across the Researcher Workflow
Holly Falk-Krzesinski, Elsevier

bioRxiv: A Preprint Server for the Life Sciences
John Inglis, bioRxiv & Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press

Consuming Identifiers: A Path to Open Science
Howard Ratner, Clearinghouse for the Open Research of the United States (CHORUS)

10:50 am BREAK

11:10 am Session II: Perspectives of Private Sector and Foundations

Facilitating the Discovery of Scientific Data
Natasha Noy, Google

Providing Support and Solutions for Open Science to Achieve Impact
Jennifer Hansen, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

The Economics of Research Data
Daniel Goroff, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

12:10 am Open Microphone Session: Brief Comments from Interested Parties
Comments will be limited to 5 minutes, if you would like to address the committee please send an email to cliu@nas.edu

12:30 pm LUNCH

1:15 pm Session III: Perspectives of Federal Agencies and Academic Libraries


Opening Science and Scholarship
Michael Huerta, National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health

Implementation and Learning Healthcare System Research in the Era of Open Science
Amy Kilbourne, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Challenges to and Progress towards Open Science from both Federal and Community-Driven Perspectives
Lindsay Powers, U.S. Geological Survey

The Open Science “Stack”: Infrastructure, Scientific Objects, and Policy
Tyler Walters, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Getting to Open: Challenges, Drivers, and Opportunities
Ivy Anderson, California Digital Library, University of California

2:55 pm BREAK

3:15 pm Session IV: Perspectives of Research Community and Scientific Societies


Fostering Open Science in Meteorological Research, Operations, and Education
Eugene Takle, Iowa State University

Paving the Rocky Road toward Open and FAIR in the Field Sciences
Kerstin Lehnert, Columbia University

Developing Common Standards for Researchers, Repositories, and Publishers to Enable Open and FAIR Data in the Earth and Space Sciences
Shelley Stall, American Geophysical Union

Enabling Open Science without Impeding Open Science
Kenton McHenry, National Data Service

4:35 pm Open Microphone Session: Brief Comments from Interested Parties
Comments will be limited to 5 minutes, if you would like to address the committee please send an email to cliu@nas.edu

5:00 pm Public Symposium Concludes/Meeting Adjourns


Tuesday, September 19. 2017

Closed Session


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