APE

Welcome & Opening

Dr. Karl-Peter Winters
German Association of Publishers and Booksellers
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Opening Remarks

Prof. Michael Mabe
International Association of STM Publishers, The Hague and Oxford
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In the Interest of Science – The Priority Initiative “Digital Information” of the Alliance Partner Organisations

Prof. Dr. Matthias Kleiner
President, German Research Foundation (DFG), Bonn
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The Semantic Desktop – Supplementing a User’s Memory

Prof. Dr. Andreas Dengel
German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), Kaiserslautern
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What the Researchers and Those who fund Them expect from the Library / Publisher Today and in the Future?

Dr. Ingrid Wünning Tschol
Robert Bosch Foundation, Stuttgart
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Using and Communicating Knowledge: a Researcher Perspective

Michael Jubb
Research Information Network (RIN), London
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Google & Friends? The New World of Digital Libraries. Questions and Implications

Moderator: Jens Bammel
International Publishers Association (IPA), Geneva
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An Australian Perspective on Academic Publishing

Prof. Dr. Robin J Batterham
Rio Tinto Ltd., Melbourne
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Building Blocks of the future Scholarly Web: Beyond and far beyond

Prof. Dr. Stefan Gradmann
Humboldt-University-zu-Berin
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Elsevier’s Article of the Future

IJsbrand Jan Aalbersberg
Innovation and Product Development, Elsevier, Amsterdam
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Latest Developments in Nature.com

Dan Pollock
Nature.com, London
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Project Prospect, Semantic Publishing in Chemistry – Linking through Standards

Richard Kidd
Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge
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Content Innovation – Panel – Q & A

Panel: IJsbrand Jan Aalbersberg, Dan Pollock & Richard Kidd
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CrossMark: Trust and the Stewardship of Scholarly Content

Ed Pentz
CrossRef, Oxford
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Access by Small and Medium-sized Enterprises to Professional and Academic Information

Mark Ware
Mark Ware Consulting, Bristol
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Open Access Monographic Publishing in the Humanities

Eelco Verwerda
Amsterdam University Press
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PaperC: A New Model for Publishers against illegal File Sharing

Martin Fröhlich and Felix Hofmann
PaperC, Berlin
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Report from the Future Lab

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Article Level Metrics – What We Don’t Know We Don’t Know

Gregg Gordon
Social Science Research Network, Rochester, NY
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Article Level Metrics at PLoS

Mark Patterson
PLoS, Cambridge
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SNIP – A New Metric for a New Era

Dr. Henk Moed
University of Leiden
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Measuring Is Knowing – Or Is It?

Jan Velterop
Concept Web Alliance, Cobham
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Bridging the Divide over the Public Access Debate

H. Frederick Dylla
American Institute of Physics, College Park, MD
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Closing Panel

Moderator: Dr. Herman P. Spruijt
International Publishers Association (IPA), Geneva
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APE 2011: Welcome and Opening

Arnoud de Kemp
digiprimo
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Prof. Michael Mabe
CEO, International Association of STM Publishers, The Hague and Oxford
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Riding the Wave. How Europe can Gain from the Fising Tide of Scientific Data

Prof. Dr. John Wood
Secretary General, Association of Commonwealth Universities, London
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What Academic Publishing can Do fo Science

Prof. Dr. J.J. (Jos) Engelen
President, Governing Board of the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), The Hague
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Peer Review: The Evidence

Dr. Adrian Mulligan & Dr. Andrew Plume
Research & Academic Relations, Elsevier, Oxford
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Transparent Peer Review

Dr. Bernd Pulverer
Head of Scientific Publications at EMBO and Chief Editor of the EMBO Journal, Heidelberg
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Helping to Ride – A Look at Data Sharing and Access Policies

Herbert Gruttemeier
Immediate Past President, ICSTI and Head of International Relations, INIST-CNRS, Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy
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Taking the Current when ist Serves – Research Data from the Publishers’ Perspective

Mrs. Eefke Smit
Director, Standards and Technology, International Association of STM Publishers
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DataCite – Improving Access to Research data From the Perspective of Libraries

Dr. Jan Brase
Chairman, International DOI Foundation and Managing Director, DataCite, German National Library of Science and Technology, Hannover
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Managing Publication and Research Data: The eSciDoc eResearch Infrastructure

Dr. Malte Dreyer
Head, Research and Development, Max Planck Digital Library, Munich
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Panel discussion: The Data Deluge, to Drown or Swim?

Herbert Gruttemeier, Mrs. Eefke Smit, Dr. Jan Brase & Dr. Malte Dreyer
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The APE Lecture: Information in Space and Time

Prof. Dr. Werner Kuhn
Director, Institute for Geoinformatics, University of Münster
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A brief Introduction to China’s “Going Out” Strategy in Academic Publishing

Dr. Matthias Wahls
Consultant
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East meets West: practical Problems, practical Solutions

Stephen Boume
Chief Executive, Cambridge University Press
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Academic Publishing in China: Tailored Partnerships for Common Goals

Dr. Anke Beck
Senior Vice President Pubishing, De Gruyter Berlin
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Collection Building Reality: Challenges and New Needs for a Chinese Collection in Europe

Matthias Kaun
Head, East Asia Department, Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin
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Bringing the Journal alive: the Semantic Biochemical Journal

Adam Marshall
Gourp Head of Marketing and Customer Services, Portland Press, London
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Mendeley: Building the World’s largest Semantic Research Database – from Scratch!

Victor Henning
Co-founder and CEO, Mendeley, London
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Anytime, Anywhere: Strategies for Mobile Content Delivery

Kevin Cohn
Vice President of Operations, Atypon, Santa Clara
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The Rational and Empirical Basis for Open-Access Initiatives

Prof. Dr. Stuart M. Shieber
Director, Office for Scholarly Communication, Harvard University Library, Cambridge, MA
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SOAP – Study of Open Access Publishing: what Researchers want, what Publishers offer

Mrs. Bettina Goerner
Manager Open Access, Springer Science+Business Media, Heidelberg
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Open Access Publishers: Retaining core values while challenging non-core practices

Dr. Caroline Sutton
President, OASPA (Open Access Scholarly Publishing Association)
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Open Access Publishers: Breaking even and growing fast

Dr. Mark Patterson
Director of Publishing, Public Library of Science (PLoS), Cambridge
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Complementary Article Dissemination via Journals and Repositories: Economic Evidenc from the PEER Project

Prof. Dr. Paola Dubini
Director, Art Science Knowledge (ASK) Research Center, Università Bocconi, Milano
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After the Scholarly Publishing Roundtable: The Evolution of the Debate on Public Access

H. Frederick Dylla
Executive Director & CEO, American Institute of Physics, College Park
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Enabling the Transition of Existing Journals to Open Access

Prof Dr Bernard F. Schutz
Director, Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics, Golm

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The Past, the Present and the Future of STM Publishing

Derk Haank
CEO, Springer Science+Business Media, Berlin

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Research and Innovation. From Web 2.0 to Science 2.0? The Potential of ICT to change the Modus of Science and Research

Prof Dr Jean-Claude Burgelman
Head of Unit DC.2: ERIAB, European Commission, Brussels

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The Shape of Things to Come: how technology trends and market forces will change the structure of the STM publishing industry

Mark Ware
VP and Lead Analyst, Outsell, London

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Measuring and Managing Research OutcomesMeasuring and Managing Research Outcomes

Dr Nick Fowler
Director of Strategy, Elsevier, Amsterdam

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The Linked Content Coalition – a new approach to the management of copyright on the internet

Mark Bide
Director, EDItEUR, London

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Digital Reuse Rights in a fast-changing Publishing Environment: Users’ Demands and Licensing Options for Publishers

Kim Zwollo
General Manager, RightsDirect, Amsterdam

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Tracing Tacit Knowledge: Practice and Promise of Journal Article Mining

Drs Eefke Smit1 and Drs Maurits van der Graaf2
1Director, STM, Amsterdam, 2Senior Consultant, Pleiade, Amsterdam

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Enhancing Publications with Research Data

Dr Peter Doorn
Director, Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS), KNAW, Amsterdam

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Integrated Publishing – New Opportunities for Scientific Publishers

Dr Sven Fund
Managing Director, De Gruyter, Berlin

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Wake-up Discussion: The End of the Semantic Web? The Internet of Things and Services

Arnoud de Kemp (Moderator)
Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft AKA GmbH, Heidelberg

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Transforming the Way we publish Research

Dr Daniel Mietchen
EvoMRI Communications, Jena

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An Update on CrossMark and about ORCID: Toward Unambiguous Attribution of Scholarly Contributions

Geoffrey Bilder
Director of Strategic Initiatives, CrossRef, Lynnfield, MA

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User-side semantic Enrichment of Scholarly Content

Dr Steve Pettifer
School of Computer Science, University of Manchester

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Semantic Enrichment in an “Information as a Service” Model

Stefan Geißler
Managing Director, TEMIS Deutschland, Heidelberg

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ODE: Opportunities for Data Exchange – A Publisher Viewpoint on the Changes ahead

Drs Eefke Smit
Director, STM, Amsterdam

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DataCite re-visited – Citing Data in the XXIst Century, at long last

Dr Jan Brase
Director, DataCite, University Hannover

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PANGAEA – Research Data enters Scholarly Communication. Building an Infrastructure to publish and cite Data in the Earth and Environmental Sciences

Michael Diepenbroek
Managing Director, PANGAEA, Bremen

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Dryad: Scalable Infrastructure for coupling Research Data to Publications in the Life Sciences

Dr Todd J. Vision
Associate Professor of Biology , University of North Carolina, NC

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One Publisher’s Journey through the Open Access Debate

Dr Fred Dylla
Ex. Director and CEO, American Institute of Physics, College Park, MD

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APE 2012 – Closing Panel

Dr Sven Fund (Chair)
Managing Director, De Gruyter, Berlin

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APE 2013 – Welcome and Opening

German Association of Publishers and Booksellers
Frankfurt

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The Funding of Publishing. Opening Remarks (APE 2013)

Eric Merkel-Sobotta
International Association of STM Publishers, The Hague and EVP, Corporate Communications, Springer Science + Business Media, Berlin

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Open Access – Improving Returns of Public Investment into Research. A perspective from Germany

Prof. Dr Karl Ulrich Mayer
President, Leibniz Association, Berlin

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Accessibility, Sustainability, Excellence: the UK Approach

Dame Janet Finch
Professor of Sociology, University of Manchester, UK

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Implementing Open Access in UK Universities

Prof. Dr Adam Tickel
University of Birmingham, UK

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Invited Overviews – Introduction

Dr H. Frederick Dylla (Chair)
American Institute of Physics, College Park, MD

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The Future of Scholarly Communication: US Efforts to Bring Warring Factions to Common Purpose in Support of Scholarship

Dr John Vaughn
Scholarly Publishing Roundtabel, Washington, D.C.

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Improving Access to U.S. Department of Energy R&D Results – Agency/Publisher Collaboratio

Brian A. Hitson
U.S. Department of Energy, Oak Ridge, TN

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Gold and Green: post PEER reflections

Michael Mabe
The International Association of STM Publishers, The Hague and Oxford

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Invited Overviews – Q & A

Dr H. Frederick Dylla, Dr John Vaughn, and Michael Mabe
 

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Source Data – Towards Next Generation Open Access

Dr Thomas Lemberger
EMBO, Heidelberg

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Data Citation Index

Nigel Robinson
Thomson Reuters, York, UK

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The Discovery of the Higgs(-like) Boson at CERN: Physics and Publishing

Dr Salvatore Mele
CERN, Geneva

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The APE 2013 Guest Lecture

Dr Sven Fund
De Gruyter, Berlin

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Learned Societies and Scientific Publishing – a multifaceted Relationship

Prof. Dr Wolfram Koch
German Chemical Society, Frankfurt

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Open Data at GigaScience and BioMed Central

Iain Hrynaszkiewicz
BioMed Central & GigaScience, London

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Innovations for Open Sharing at eLife

Ian Mulvany
eLife, Cambridge

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Innovations in Open Peer Review and Data Sharing

Dr Rebecca Lawrence
F1000 Research, London

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How to make Sharing easy for Researchers, will Publishers become redundant?

Dr Victor Henning
Mendeley Ltd., London

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The usage-driven Decade. How ‘Patron Driven Acquisition (PDA)’ changes Scholarly Publishing

Katrin Siems
De Gruyter, Berlin

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Innovative Collection Development with PDA in the TU Delft Library

Ir. Zofia E. Brinkman-Dzwig
Delft University of Technology, Delft

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Improving Research Efficiency through User and Content Fingerprinting

Kevin Cohn
Atypon Inc., New York

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Luxid® Community – An Online Platform for Collaborative Semantics

Stefan Geißler
TEMIS GmbH, Heidelberg

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OA Models for Monographs gaining Momentum

Eelco Ferwerda
OAPEN Foundation, The Hague

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Freeing Books with Disruptive Models

Frances Pinter1, Eric Hellman2
1 Knowledge Unlatched, London; 2 Gluejar Inc., Montclair, NJ

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Open or not: what is a Book?

Carrie Calder
Palgrave Macmillan, London

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Closing Panel: The Communication of Information – Introduction

Robert M. Campbell
Wiley Blackwell, Oxford

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Closing Panel: Dr Bernd Pulverer – Value Added – a reliable literature

Dr Bernd Pulverer
EMBO, Heidelberg

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Closing Panel: Alice Meadows – WILEY

Alice Meadows
Wiley, Maiden, MA

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Closing Panel: Dr Rick Borchelt – The Funding of Publishing: Changes and Consequences for Communication

Dr Rick Borchelt
National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, MD

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Closing Panel: Michael Mabe – The Communication of Information

Michael Mabe
The International Association of STM Publishers, The Hague and Oxford

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