The Academia Europaea & The Wenner-Gren Foundations International Symposium: Publishing in Academia:
Digital Challenges#

May 10-12, 2023 at the Wenner-Gren Centre, Stockholm, Sweden#


Organizing Committee: Lars Engwall MAE (Chair), Kirsten Drotner MAE, Theo d’Haen MAE and Marcel Swart MAE

Draft Program#

Wednesday May 10#


1230-1300: Registration

1300-1315: Welcome and Introduction

1315-1400: Key-note: State of the Art

Johan Rooryck, MAE, Open Access Champion

1400-1415: Break

1415-1615 Session 1: Publishing industry

Chris Graf, Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE and Springer Nature)
Dominic Mitchell, Operations Manager, Directory of Open Access Journals
Masja Horn, Brill Publishing

1615-1645: Coffee Break

1645-1815: Session 2: The Role of Libraries

Lars Burman, Chief Librarian of Uppsala University
Alexandra Vraneŝ, Library Studies, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia

1830 Welcome Reception and Buffet Dinner

Thursday May 11#


0900-1030 Session 3: Repercussions for early career researchers

Marina Rantanen Modeer, Board Member, Marie Curie Alumni Association
Representative of the European Organization of Doctoral Students (Name later)
Representative of the Young Academy of Europe (Name later)

1030-1100: Coffee

1100-1230 Session 4: The inclusiveness target countries

George Sharvashidze, Rector of Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University Georgia, Former Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Georgia
Liviu Papadina, Dean of Faculty of Letters, University of Bucharest

1230-1330: Lunch

1330-1500 Session 5: Beyond Europe (TdH)

Abel Parker, SciELO (Scientific Electronic Library On Line), a bibliographic database, digital library, and cooperative electronic publisher for open access journals for Latin America and Caribbean
Chengzhou He, Dean of Arts, Nanjing University


1500-1515: Coffee Break

1515-1715: Session 6: Quality assessment of OA publishing

Sven Stafström, Director General, the Swedish Research Council
Sierd Cloetingh MAE, Past President Academia Europaea, Vice President ERC
Charlotte Wien, Director of Research, University Library of Southern Denmark

1800 Dinner Boat Trip

Friday May 12#


0900-1030 Session 7: Repercussions for senior researchers

Stefan Helgesson, Professor of English, Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden (TD: Confirmed 2022)
Christine Musselin, Professor of Sociology, SciencePo, Paris, France (LE: Confirmed 2022)

1030-1100: Coffee

1100-1230 Session 8: Financial consequences for universities

Astrid Söderbergh-Widding, Rector of Stockholm University, Sweden
Luc Sels, KU Leuven, Belgium (TBC)

1230-1300: Concluding Remarks

1300-1400: Lunch

Download the preliminary programme(info)] (June 2022)



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