We look forward to seeing everyone in Indianapolis in less than a month!
We are pleased to announce that full program and schedule details for OR2015 are now available.
Online registration for OR2015 is open, and participants can save $50 by registering by this Friday, May 8. Special negotiated room rates are available at the conference hotel until May 16. Note that all conference participants, including those with accepted presentations, need to register in order to attend the conference.
If you have already registered for OR2015 and are planning to participate in workshops or tutorials on the first day of the conference, Monday, June 8, you may now sign up for the workshops and tutorials you would like to attend. Workshops and tutorials are included in the registration fee, but separate signup is required in order to guarantee a seat.
We look forward to seeing you in Indianapolis in June!
The conference received an unprecedented number of proposals this year, with 240 proposals submitted across the conference and interest group tracks. This has also been the most selective Open Repositories, and only 38% of conference paper and panels were accepted in the main track. We have accepted 6 panels, 21 24×7’s (including Rants and Raves), 37 papers and 60 posters which will all give an exciting snapshot of work in the open repositories community.
Stay tuned for more information on posters, interest group presentations, and detailed session schedules, which we plan to post
later in April on May 4.
Details are now available on the wide variety of Workshops and Tutorials that will be offered on the first day of Open Repositories 2015, Monday, June 8.
Workshop and tutorial attendance is included in the OR2015 registration fee. However, registered attendees will be required to sign up for specific workshops and tutorials in advance. More information on Monday’s schedule and the process for workshop and tutorial sign up will be posted soon.
Stay tuned for more information on the rest of the program, including accepted papers, posters, and interest group presentations, which we expect to be able to post within the next week. And remember: you can register now and book your hotel reservation for OR2015.
We are excited to announce that registration for the 10th International Conference on Open Repositories is now open! To be held in Indianapolis, Indiana from June 8th to June 11th, OR2015 serves as the leading international conference in its field, drawing participants from around the world to discuss the impact of open repositories on scholarship, communication, research and more. This 10th OR conference is a significant milestone, so we look forward to the opportunity to celebrate and reflect on the last decade with this year’s theme, “Looking Back, Moving Forward: Open Repositories at the Crossroads,” and we hope you will join us.
For information about registering for OR2015, please visit our Registration page.
To make hotel reservations and learn about travel to Indianapolis, please visit our Accommodations and Travel page.
If you have any other questions about registering for the 2015 Open Repositories Conference, please contact the Conference Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org. General questions may be directed to the conference organizers via our Contact Us page.
We are thrilled to announce that Kaitlin Thaney, Director of the Mozilla Science Lab, will serve as the keynote speaker for the 2015 Open Repositories Conference. A long-time proponent of open science, Kaitlin’s work is marked by innovative application of the values of the open web in order to develop greater research capabilities and support the future of scientific discovery.
The Mozilla Science Lab was designed to “foster dialogue between the open web community and researchers” to enable the sharing of “ideas, tools, and best practices for using next-generation web solutions to solve real problems in science, and explore ways to make research more agile and collaborative.” Kaitlin will provide unique industry perspective and insight as our 2015 keynote speaker, and are proud to have her as part of this year’s conference!
Kaitlin Thaney is the director of the Mozilla Science Lab, an open science initiative of the Mozilla Foundation focused on innovation, best practice and skills training for research. Prior to Mozilla, Kaitlin served as the Manager of External Partnerships at Digital Science, a technology company that works to make research more efficient through better use of technology. Kaitlin also advises the UK government on infrastructure for data intensive science and business, serves as a Director for DataKind UK, and is the founding co-chair for the Strata Conference series in London on big data.
Prior to Mozilla and Digitial Science, Kaitlin managed the science program at Creative Commons, worked with MIT and Microsoft, and wrote for the Boston Globe. You can learn more about the Science Lab at mozillascience.org and follow Kaitlin online at @kaythaney.
We are also proud to announce Anurag Acharya as our featured speaker for the 2015 conference. Anurag is a Distinguished Engineer at Google and a co-creator of Google Scholar.
Interested in cool tools, daring demos and fab features? The Developer Track might be calling your name. And we’ve got good news, there’s still time to submit your proposal!
Designed to share the latest developments across the technical community, this year’s new developer track is still open for submissions. Proposals for the developer track should showcase community expertise and progress through presentations and demonstrations. Live demos, code repositories, ssh, hacking, and audience participation are encouraged. Learn more about the developer track here.
Important dates to keep in mind:
- 13 March 2015: Deadline for submissions
- 10 April 2015: Notification of acceptance
- 8-11 June 2015: Conference program; Developer Evening Social on 8 June