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Chair: Martin Hicks (Member of the Board of Directors, Beilstein Institute).

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Uploaded: 11/05/2018

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Martin Hicks, Member of the Board of Directors, Beilstein Institute. 

Curtis Brundy is the Associate University Librarian for Scholarly Communications and Collections at Iowa State University. He is active in efforts to transform scholarly communications and is especially interested in finding sustainable open models for self-publishing societies. His work at Iowa State has largely focused on finding ways to shift its traditional subscription collections spend towards supporting open access. He currently chairs the OA2020 US Working Group and is involved with several other groups working to transform scholarly communications.

Dr Kamran Naim is Director of Partnerships and Initiatives for the non-profit publisher Annual Reviews in Palo Alto, California. His interests span the breadth of scholarly publishing - from issues relating to access (particularly examining new models for open access), accessibility and usability of research information. He has worked extensively in the developing world - working to implement technical solutions to support capacity building through broader access and visibility of research. At Annual Reviews he works to advance the organization’s mission to support and advance research communities through a range of innovative programs that seek to maximize the positive impact of science on humanity. Kamran holds a PhD from Stanford University on Cooperative Models to support open access publishing.

Chris Banks, FRSA joined Imperial College in September 2013 as Director of Library Services (a role now expanded to include a cross-College Assistant Provost role). She has eleven years’ experience at library director level in higher education, and over 20 years in a variety of curatorial, management and strategic roles at the British Library. Her areas of expertise include strategy, public engagement, organisational change, space, open science and her original discipline, music. In response to progressive funder open access policies she is leading an initiative to develop a model institutional open access policy for UK HE institutions based on the Harvard model. See slides here.

Rasmus Andersen is the marketing lead at Accucoms, having joined in 2013. He is responsible for strategic marketing across the organization, and leads on market research for publishers. Recent projects have included telephone surveys of librarians and their views and requirements for transformative deals across several territories. See slides here.

Dr Nina Schönfelder works for the National Contact Point Open Access OA2020-DE – a project that is funded by the Alliance of Science Organizations in Germany. The strategic goal of OA2020-DE is to create prerequisites for the large-scale open access transformation. In this project, Nina Schönfelder conducts cost-data analyses and develops open-access financial and business models. She holds a PhD in Economics from the FernUniversität in Hagen, Germany. See slides here. 

Émilie Paquin has been working in scholarly digital publishing for the past decade. She is Director, Research & Strategic Development for the Érudit, a Canadian dissemination platform. See slides here. 

Rebecca Ross is the Director of Strategy and Stakeholder Engagement at the Canadian Research Knowledge Network, the Canadian national library consortia. Prior to joining CRKN, Rebecca worked in the academic publishing sector, including a Canadian not-for-profit science journal with a strong open access portfolio and a university press. See slides here. 

Matt Green has held product and commercial positions with leading technology firms over the last 14 years. Prior to Hindawi, he was at Betfair, before moving to the publishing industry with Mendeley and Elsevier. He is currently leading the Product Development for all the Phenom branded Hindawi systems built using the PubSweet Open Source framework - including the already launched Phenom Review system, and soon to be launched Phenom Screening system. See slides here.