Berlin 4 – International Conference on Open Access following the Berlin Declaration

9 maart 2006

The aim of this international conference is to bring together the various initiatives and key players within the open access movement. The intention is to keep the momentum and to strengthen the enthusiasm of all involved in this field.

The aim of this international conference is to bring together the various initiatives and key players within the open access movement. The intention is to keep the momentum and to strengthen the enthusiasm of all involved in this field.

Key notes, lectures and short presentations will cover a wide range of subjects, among other topics like “open access for cultural heritage”, “open access to scientific (raw) data”, “the future of journal and non-journal publishing”, “authors’ attitudes towards open access”, “new forms of scholarly communications”. The initiators of this conference are committed to give specific attention to the issue of “open access and developing countries”.

Location
Albert Einstein Institute at Max Planck Campus in Golm near Potsdam, Germany

Date: March 29 – 31, 2006

Further information
Please refer to this webpage. Berlin 4

Conference Organisation
Programm Committee co-chaired by
Prof Bernard Schutz (Albert Einstein Institute) and
Rick Luce (Los Alamos National Laboratory).

Contact
Dr. Georg Botz
Open Access Policy
Max Planck Society

Local Arrangements
Max-Planck-Institute for Gravitational Physics, Albert Einstein Institute
(Prof. Bernard Schutz; Elisabeth Schlenk)

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