The 17th APE 2022 Conference, which will once again be online-only, is tackling the vital question of the future of the permanent record of science. The APE 2022 Conference begins January 11, 2022 at 1300 hrs CET and will continue during the afternoons of January 12 & 13, 2022.
The Berlin Institute for Scholarly Publishing (BISP) and the Program Committee of the APE 2022 Conference have confirmed that the program contains a large number of outstanding speakers, panels and sessions on timely and useful subject again this year.
Dr. Caroline Sutton, the incoming CEO of the International Association of STM Publishers, will open the conference and offer her own perspective on the theme of the conference and the key roles that scholarly communication generally – and publishers specifically – play.
Professor Maria Leptin, the President of the European Research Council (ERC) will give the first keynote on “Quality and Equity in Academic Publishing” and the role that funders should play in this context.
Professor Leptin will be followed by Todd Carpenter, Executive Director of the US National Information Standards Organization who will speak on “Building a Framework for the Future of the Record of Science”. Liz Ferguson of Wiley will introduce the keynote speakers.
Dr. David Crotty of The Scholarly Kitchen and Clarke & Esposito will give the 2022 APE Lecture on “Life in a Liminal Space”. The program also includes the ever-popular “New Dotcoms to Watch” session presented by Dr. Eefke Smit and Dr. Joris van Rossum of STM with five new and exciting start-ups in the scholarly communication space.
A further highlight of this year’s program is a panel on how we can foster entrepreneurship and innovation in scholarly communications moderated by David Worlock of Outsell and featuring Ijad Madisch of ResearchGate and Sami Benchekroun of Morressier.Click here to read the original press release.