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Francis Andre, INIST-CNRS
Open Access in France: A national Memorandum of Understanding signed

Piero Angela
Session 1 (plenary, Aula Magna) - Opening Addresses

Chris Armbruster, Research Network 1989
Making Open Access stick: developing overlay services for authors and readers

Loriano Bonora, SISSA - Trieste
Journals, prices, peer review and open access

Renato Bozio, Università degli Studi di Padova
Session 5.2 (parallel, Archivio Antico) - Open Issues in Open Access - chair

Christoph Bruch, Max Planck Digital Library, DE
Session 3 - Status Reports by Signatories Berlin Declaration - chair

Giovanni Caprara, Corriere della Sera
Session 1 (plenary, Aula Magna) - Opening Addresses

Ilaria Capua, Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale delle Venezie
Ecology, Epidemiology and Human Health Implications of Avian Influenza Viruses: Why do we need to share genetic information?

Maxine Clarke, Nature
Data policy of scientific journals: the Nature perspective.

Giuseppe Corasaniti
Author's rights and social opening in the international perspective

Fiorello Cortiana, WSIS (World Summit on the Information Society) representative of Italian delegation
Italian workshop - Open Access e politiche per la gestione dei diritti - chair

Silvie Coyaud, Scientific journalist (Sole 24 Ore)
Help needed to separate scientific wheat from chaff

Juan Carlos De Martin, Politecnico di Torino
The Science Commons Project

Carlos Guilherme Ferreira de Morais Pires, Unit GEANT and e-Infrastructures in DG Information Society
Shared responsabilities and Perspectives for cooperation in Sharing Research Data

Antonella De Robbio, Università degli studi di Padova
Rights management policies in the Open Access environment

Roberto Delle Donne, Università degli studi di Napoli Federico II
CRUI and Open Access in Italy

Peter Doorn, Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS)
Data sharing Infrastructures in the ESFRI Roadmap: A Perspective from the Social Sciences and Humanities

Sigrun Eckelmann, DFG - Knowledge Exchange
Max Voegler
Knowledge Exchange and Its View on Open Access

Pedro Ferreira
New infrastructures and frameworks for knowledge creation and diffusion

Johannes Fournier, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
Information, Infrastructure, Involvement. The open access agenda in Germany

Friend Frederick, JISC
Open access in the UK: recent developments

Friend Frederick, JISC
Open access in the humanities and social sciences

Yukiko Fukasaku, Innovmond SARL
International Initiatives in Data Sharing: OECD, CODATA and GICSI

Mariano Gago, Minister of Science Technology and Higher Education of Portugal
Closing Address

Chris Greer, National Science Foundation
The Digital Data Universe

Gary Hall, Coventry University, GB
‘The Impact of the Humanities: or, What’s Next for Open Access’

Luca Illetterati, Università degli studi di Padova
Open Access nelle Scienze Umane - session chair

Sigi Jottkandt, Jan van Eyck Academy
No-fee OA Journals in the Humanities, Three Case Studies: A Presentation by Open Humanities Press

Stephen Katz, FAO of the United Nations
FAO's role in facilitating access to the scientific and technical literature in Agriculture in developing countries

Jean Kempf, Université de Lyon, FR
Session 4.2 Open Access in the Humanities and Social Sciences - chair

Barbara Kirsop, Electronic Publishing Trust for Development
Before and After: OA in Developing Countries

Rudiger Klein, European Science Foundation, EU
The European Reference Index for the Humanities: accessing and assessing Humanities research in Europe and beyond

Beate Konze-Thomas, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
Workshop Introductory Session - welcoming address

Beatrice Magnolfi, Governo Italiano
L'Open Access nella Pubblica Amministrazione - guest

John Marks, European Science Foundation, EU
Workshop Introductory Session - welcoming address

Salvatore Mele, CERN Scientific Information Service, CH
Open Access in High-Energy Physics: a Practical Approach

Vincenzo Milanesi, Universita' degli Studi di Padova
Session 1 (plenary, Aula Magna) - Opening Addresses

Lorenzo Moja, Istituto Mario Negri
Linking open access to practice: promoting Clinical Evidence in a National Continuing Medical Education Program in Italy

Susanna Mornati, CILEA
Berlin 5: Conference Overview

Peter Murray Rust, University of Cambridge
Open Access to Research Data: surmountable challenges

J. Sijbolt Noorda, Vereniging van Universiteiten (VNSU), NL
Open access: where is it going and when?

Maria Chiara Pievatolo, Università degli studi di Pisa
From the incomplete library to the court of Athens: how humanities can profit from their lateness

Celina Ramjoué, European Commission
Access to scientific information: a view from the European Commission

Emanuela Reale, CERIS, National Research Council, IT
Research Evaluation in the Open Access context

Laurent Romary, Max Planck Digital Library, DE
Session 4.2 - Open Access in the Humanities and Social Sciences: Panel

Gino Roncaglia, Università della Tuscia
Open Access, Open Archives and learning contents

D.K. Sahu, Medknow Publications Pvt Ltd
Journals in the developing countries: Regaining the lost impact

Ralf Schimmer, Max Planck Digital Library, DE
Maximum Consequence: The Rationality behind Open Access Gold

Bernard Schutz, Albert Einstein Institute
Opening Addresses - session 1

Antonio Scolari, Università degli studi di Padova
Open Access nella comunicazione scientifica in Italia – introduction

Belinda Seto, National Institues of Health
Data Sharing: Perils and Opportunities

Arunachalam Subbiah, MSSRF, Chennai, India
Open Access in India - Hopes and Frustrations

Alma Swan, Key Perspectives Ltd
Strategies for Open Access

Hiroya Takeuchi, Associate Professor, Faculty of Letters, Chiba University
*Syun Tutiya, Professor, Department of Cognitive and Information Sciences, Faculty of Letters, Chiba University
Open Access in Japan: After a long silence

Laura Tallandini, Università degli studi di Padova
Session 1 - Opening Addresses - session chair

Mark Thorley, NERC
The Data Sharing Policies of the UK Research Councils: Principles and Practices

GianMaria Varanini, University of Verona
Reti medievali. Historical researches, web communications, open access

Jens Vigen, CERN Scientific Information Service, CH
Open Access at CERN - status and visions

Gerold Wefer, University of Bremen
Making Research Data Accessible. Suggestions from the Scientific Community

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