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Adil Saribay@AdilSaribayadil.saribay@boun.edu.trBogazici University, IstanbulNot sure how I can help, but willing to try anythingTurkey
Psychology (Social)
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Alessandro Sarretta@alesarrettCNR, Institute of Marine SciencesOpen data, Open research software, Collaborative platformsItaly
Coastal/Marine sciences, Spatial data infrastructures
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Alexander Morley@alex__morleyalexander.morley@univ.ox.ac.ukUniversity of Oxford UKNeuroscience
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Amel Barich@amelbarichamel.barich@gmail.comIUGSMorocco
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André Lampe@andereLampeGermany
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Andrea Hacker@ahackerhacker@asia-europe.uni-heidelberg.deHeidelberg UniversityOpen AccessOA gold publishing; manuscript preparationGermany
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Andrew McDonald@poleasunderMU
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Andy Byers@ajrbyersUK
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Andy Nobes@Andy_NobesAuthorAIDUK
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Anjuli Manche@anjulimncprotocols.io
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Anna Kostikova@oxythecaanna.kostikova@gmail.comInsideDNAopen platformsNetherlands
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Anna Krystalli@annakrystallia.krystalli@sheffield.ac.ukUniversity of Sheffield, Research Software EngineeringReproducible research, Open Software, Open Data, Open EducationEspecially in R :)UK
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Arpit Gogia@arpit_gogiaUndergrad, Delhi Technological University, Delhi, IndiaOpen Data, Open Research SoftwareI'm a data science enthusiast and open source contributor @WorldBrain, an open source browser extension for ResearchersIndia
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Ashley Farley@ashleydfarleyashley.farley@gatesfoundation.orgBill & Melinda Gates FoundationOpen AccessHow to navigate funding mandatesUSA
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Asura Enkhbayar@AsuraEnkhbayarOpen Science (surprise), science communication, collaboration, open principles, and things related to studentsAustria
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Beck Pitt@BeckPittOER HubUK
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Bianca Kramer@MsPhelpsbianca.kramer@gmail.comUtrecht University, 101 Innovations in Scholarly CommunicationSteering CommitteeNetherlands
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Bipana Bantawa@epistementalUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonUSA
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Boris Almonacid@BorisAlmonacidboris.almonacid.g@mail.pucv.clPontificia Universidad Católica de ValparaísoOpen Research Software and Open SourceChile
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Bram Zandbelt@bbzandbeltDonders Institute, Radboud UniversityReproducible Research and Data Analysis, Open Data, Open Peer ReviewNetherlands
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Brianna Marshall@notsosternlibbrianna.marshall@ucr.eduUniversity of California, RiversideUSA
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Chris Madan@cMadanmadanc@bc.eduUniversity of NottinghamAllSteering CommitteeUK
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Christian Friedrich@friedelitisme@christianfriedrich.orgLeuphana University; self-employedOpen Education, OERconnected, collaborative learning and course designGermany
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Clement Levallois@seinecleEmlyon B-School, LyonFrance
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Daniel Bangert@enigmaticoceand.bangert@unsw.edu.auUNSW SydneyOpen Data, Open Access, Open AdvocacyAustralia
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Daniel S. Katz@danielskatz
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Danny Haelewaters@dhaelewadhaelewaters@fas.harvard.eduHarvard University, Cambridge MAEspecially 6 through 9USA
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Dasapta Erwin Irawan@dasaptaerwindasaptaerwin@gmail.comInstitut Teknologi BandungOpen dataDeveloping short courses in open data for geosciencesIndonesia
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David Nicholsdavid.nichols@waikato.ac.nzUniversity of WaikatoOpen AccessMetrics for opennessNew Zealand
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Dawn Bazely@dawnbazely
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Debayan Dasgupta@debayan_debayan@cense.iisc.ernet.inIndian Institute of ScienceOpen Access, Open peer review, Open research software, Open dataIndia
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Dilrukshi Gamage@Dilrukshi_ISACdilrukshi.gamage@gmail.comUniversity of MoratuwaPeer reviewing, MOOC eduction technology and analysis of platforms , Open effective collaboration, learning expereince design Sri Lanka
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Egon Willighagen@egonwillighagenNetherlands
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Eka@egrguric
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Emily Kothe@emilyandthelimeDeakin UniversityAustralia
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Eva Méndez@evamenemendez@bib.uc3m.esUniversidad Carlos III de MadridAllSpain
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Fermín Serrano@ferminserranofermin@bifi.esFundación IbercivisCitizen Science, Open Principles, Collaborative PlatformsSpain
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Francesca Iannuzzi@fianncipfrancesca.iannuzzi@gmail.comData Observer, MarseilleReproducible Research, Open Data, Citizen Science & Science CommunicationJust to give a little contexte on myself. I set-up and taught a 4-day course on R & Data Science; I did a study on Open Data practices in environment for a French national agency; I was involved in outreach projects as an astronomy postdoc and I'm in close contact with the organizers of 3 ongoing medium-to-large scale projects that it may be interesting to interview for the course. Happy to contribute if I can!France
Astronomy; Natural language Processing
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Franklin Sayre@mysnuggleUniversity of Minnesota Libraries
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Georgina Cronin@senorcthulhugmp36@cam.ac.ukUniversity of CambridgeOpen Advocacy, Citizen Science and Comms, Open Access, Open Data, Reproducible Research, Open Principles, whatever else comes up! Librarian working in STEM. Happy to help and support in whatever ways I can.UK
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Henrik Danielsson@henda52henrik.danielsson@liu.seLinköping University, SwedenWill be hosting a summer school on open science in August. Happy to share and contribute where it is needed.Sweden
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Ivo Grigorov@OAforClimateSteering Committee
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Janette Edson@janetteedsonjanette.edson@uqconnect.edu.auUniversity of QueenslandCitizen Science, Collaboration, Open Principles, Collaborative Platforms, Open Peer ReviewAustralia
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Jared Mamrot@Jared_Mamrotjared.mamrot@hudson.orgHudson Institute of Medical Research, MelbourneOpen data, reproducible researchAustralia
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Jeroen Bosman@jeroenbosmanNetherlands
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Joanne Kamens@JKamensjoanne.kamens@addgene.orgAddgeneopen education, reproducible research, open accessI know open materials isn't it's own thing, but I'd like to get at least a piece in this vis a vis best practices for openUSA
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John Rehm@RehmGeologicalrehmgeological@gmail.comRehm Geological, Salem ORBasalt Hydrogeology researchBlogging about basalt aquifers, assisting undergraduate learning and young professional developmentUSA
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Jonathan Tennant@protohedgehogjon.tennant.2@gmail.comScienceOpenAllSteering Committee/ Founder Germany
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Julie McMurry@figgyjamMonarchInitiative.org and OHSUHow to make your data FAIR-TLC (Traceable, Licensed, Connected). Not sure where this fits best into current modules as structured.It looks like we will be getting a grant that could support this module (not yet certain or official). I myself may not be the one to teach it, but putting us down so that we're in the loop. It would start 2017-11-01USA
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julien colomb@j_colombjulien.colomb@fu-berlin.denone3-4: reproducible research/open dataSteering CommitteeGermany
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Julien Maupetit@julienmaupetitjulien@tailordev.frtailordev.frOpen Research Software and Open SourceFrance
Biology - (Structural) Bioinformatics
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Kate LeMay@katelemayandskate.lemay@ands.org.auAustralian National Data ServiceOpen datasensitive data, privacy, de-identification, mediated accessAustralia
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Katja Mayer@katja_matopen science in SSH, open principles, brief history of open science and open culture, citizen social science
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Konrad Förstner@konradforstnerOK Science DeutschlandGermany
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Kshitiz Khanal@kshitizkhanal7khanal1990@gmail.comOpen Knowledge NepalOpen Data, Open Science, Open EducationNepal
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Kyle Niemeyer@kyleniemeyerkyle.niemeyer@oregonstate.eduOregon State UniversityOopen Research Software, Open Source, Open Access, Reproducible ResearchUSA
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Lambert Heller@lambolambert.heller@tib.euTIB - German National Library for Science and TechnologySteering CommitteeGermany
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Lauren Collister@parnopaeusUSA
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Laurent Gatto@lgattoUniversity of CambridgeUK
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LIsa Matthias@l_matthial.a.matthia@gmail.comAllSteering CommitteeGermany
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Lorena A Barba@LorenaABarbalabarba@gwu.eduThe George Washington UniversityReproducible Research, Open Research Software, Open Access, Open Peer Review, OER
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Lou Woodley@LouWoodleylwoodley@aaas.orgAAAS / TrellisScience communication, collaboration - something about community-buildingUSA
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Manojkumar Selvaraju@manogenome
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Marco Tullney@tullneyopen accessjournal editing, open access gold w/o APCs, oa business modelsGermany
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Mark Hahnel@markhahnelUK
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Mark Hooper@Mark_A_Hoopermarkahooper@outlook.comQueensland University of TechnologyDesign, images, etc. (like the glass plates)
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Marta Poblet@mpobletmarta.poblet@rmit.edu.auRMIT UniversityCitizen science, open dataSociolegal and ethical issuesAustralia
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Mathew Ling@lingtaxDeakin UniversityAustralia
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Miranda Cookmacook2@emory.eduEmory UniversityOpen data, Science communication, Open peer review, & pretty much anything else!USA
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Monica Gonzalez-Marquez@aeryn_thracemg246@cornell.eduRWTH - Aachen
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Monica Granados@Monsaucegranados@uoguelph.caUniversity of Guelph/WCS CanadaTBDCanada
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Monika Schlatter@mcschlattermonika.schlatter@relatris.chself-employed, former ETHZ, UZH, UNC Chapel HillCollaborationTwitter, Personal Knowledge Management and Social LearningSwitzerland
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Morgan Brand@Morgs_John
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Naomi Penfold@npscienceUK
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Nathan Watson-Haigh@watsonhaighUniversity of AdelaideReproducible Research and Data Analysis, Open Research Software and Open Source, Open Educational ResourcesAustralia
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Nazeefa Fatima@NazeefaFatimaOpen Educational Resources, Open Research Software and Open SourceUK
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Nicholas Schmelling@DerSchmellingnicolasschmelling@gmail.comHeinrich Heine UniversityReproducible Research and Data Analysis, Open Data, Open Research Software and Open Source, Open Access to Research Paper, Citizen Science and Scientific Communication Steering CommitteeGermany
Computational Biology, Cyanobacteria
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Nicky Agate@terrainvagues
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Nicole Allen@txtbksnicole@sparcopen.orgSPARCUSA
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Nikesh Balami@nikeshbalaminikeshbalami@gmail.comOpen Knowledge NepalOpen Data, Citizen Science and Science Communication and Collaborative PlatformsNepal
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Olga Koz@olgakoz1
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Pamela Bartar@Pam_Bart_bartar@zsi.atZSI, ViennaSciene communication, collaboration - participationVienna
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Paola Masuzzo@pcmasuzzopaola.masuzzo@gmail.comSteering CommitteeBelgium
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Pedro L. Fernandes@pfernpfern@igc.gulbenkian.ptInstituto Gulbenkian de CiênciaOpen Educational Resources, Open Access, Open peer review, Open research software, Open dataPortugal
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Peter Grabitz@petergrabitzGermany
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Peter Shimon@MU_Peterpshimon@hotmail.com Canada
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Peter Suber@petersuberpeter_suber@harvard.edu Harvard UniversityUniversity OA policies; and nearly anything elseUSA
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Pip Griffin@PipGriffinpip.griffin@gmail.comUniversity of Melbourne, EMBL Australia Bioinformatics ResourceOpen Data, Open Educational Resources, Open Research Software and Open SourceAustralia
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René Bernard@tombernrGermany
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Ricardo Hartley@monodispersoricardo@eilein.orgUniversidad Central de Chile2, 8Chile
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Rick Scavetta@Rick_ScavettaData CampGermany
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Rutger Vos@rvosaSteering Committee
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Sarah Melton@WorldCatLadysarah.melton@bc.eduBoston College LibrariesOpen Access, Open Principles, Open Educational Resources, Open AdvocacyUSA
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Scott Edmunds@SCEdmundsscott@gigasciencejournal.comGigaScience/BGI HK/Open Data HK/BauhiniaGenomeReproducible Research, Data Management, Open Data, Citizen Science, Open ReviewAlready teaching some of this stuff in the Data Curation module of the HKU MLIM MscHong Kong
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Stacy Konkiel@skonkielstacy@altmetric.comAltmetricScience communication Where the issue of measuring your efficacy as a communicator comes up, or that of monitoring discussions around your research, I'm happy to developUSA
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Susan Nasif@VirologyComicsCimaza
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Susanna Sansone@SusannaASansonesa.sansone@gmail.com University of OxfordReproducible Research, Open DataUK
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Tania Allard@ixekUniversity of SheffieldAllUK
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Tanja de Bie@BieTanjadet.de.bie@fgga.leidenuniv.nlOnline Learning Lab, Centre for Innovation, Leiden Universityexpert in emoderation and MOOC productionNetherlands
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