145 participants from 10 countries met in Hamburg on 25 and 26 March 2015 – International experts discussed Science 2.0 in the context of Altmetrics, Citizen Science and Big Data Analytics Hamburg, 30 March 2015: The second international Science 2.0 Conference brought together 145 participants from 10 countries. This year, the conference on digital science on […]
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Press invitation International experts discuss Science 2.0 in the context of Citizen Science and Big Data Analytics Second International Science 2.0 Conference on 25 and 26 March 2015 in Hamburg – First presentation of the results of the EU’s Public Consultation on Science 2.0 Hamburg, 14 January 2015: the gates of the International Science 2.0 […]
After the great feedback and at the urging of many participants of Science 2.0 – Conference 2014, we now enter the next round: Science 2.0 – Conference is coming back, to be specific: from March 25 to 26, 2015 in Hamburg. We are looking forward to top-class keynotes of excellent international scientists, presenting the newest […]
Here are our favorite tweets from the second Day of the Science 2.0 Conference – make sure you don’t miss our #sci20conf-Review of the first conference day and our outtakes on the bottom of this post. Big Data, Big Science, and Beyond By Professor Ralph Schröder, Oxford Internet Institute. A new morning at science 2.0 […]
Before I go into the Twitter Review of the first international Science 2.0 Conference, I’d like to personally thank everyone that came out to support the Idea behind Science 2.0 during this event. So far the Science 2.0 Conference was certainly not my first conference this year, but it was definitely one of my favorite. […]
You find more information about the International Science 2.0 Conference, the Final Version of Programme and List of Speakers attending here. Hybrid Publishing Lab is part of the Leibniz Association Research Network “Science 2.0″, which is organizing the event.
From 26 to 27 March 2014 the first International Science 2.0 Conference in Hamburg brings together the library community, the scientific community and other stakeholder groups affected by the changes in scholarly communication. The conference is dedicated to the latest scientific trends, developments, challenges as well as best practices in the area of Science 2.0. […]