Paul Uhlir, JD
Consultant, Information Policy and Management (National Academy of Sciences, retired)
Callicoon, NY, USA
PAUL F. UHLIR, J.D., is a consultant in information policy and management. He was Scholar
at the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) in Washington, DC in 2015-2016, and Director of the Board on Research Data and Information at the NAS, 2008-2015. Paul was employed at the NAS from 1985-2015, first as a senior staff officer for the Space Studies Board, where he worked on solar system exploration and environmental remote sensing studies for NASA, and then as associate executive director of the Commission on Physical Sciences, Mathematics, and Applications. He directed the Office of International S&T Information for eight years after that, where he organized projects and meetings on scientific data throughout the world, and from 1992 to 2015 he was director of the US CODATA at the NAS. Before joining the NAS, he worked in the general counsel's office at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration of the Department of Commerce in Washington, DC.
Paul has written or edited 27 books and over 70 articles, mostly in data law, policy, and management. He speaks worldwide on these topics and consults to governments, professional organizations, and universities. In 1997 he won the National Research Council’s Special Achievement Award and in 2010 the CODATA International Prize, both in the field of data policy. He was elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in 2011.
Paul has a B.A. degree in world history from the University of Oregon (1977), and a Master’s degree in foreign relations and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of San Diego (1983, 1984). For more detailed information about his professional activities, see his website at: www.paulfuhlir.com
Ms. Prue ADLER
Associate Executive Director, Federal Relations and Information Policy
Association of Research Libraries
Washington, DC, USA
Ms. Adler is the Associate Executive Director of the Association of Research Libraries, Federal Relations and Information Policy. Her responsibilities include federal relations with a focus on information policy, copyright, public access policies including open data, accessibility for persons with disabilities and issues relating to access to government information. Prior to joining ARL in 1989, Ms. Adler was Assistant Project Director, Communications and Information Technologies Program, Congressional Office of Technology Assessment where she worked on studies relating to government information, networking and supercomputer issues, and information technologies and education.
Ms. Adler has an M.S. in Library Science and M.A. in American History from the Catholic University of America and a B.A. in History from George Washington University. She has participated in several advisory councils including the Depository Library Council, the National Satellite Land Remote Sensing Data Archive Advisory Committee, the Board of Directors of the National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, the National Research Council's Steering Committee on Geolibraries, the National Research Council Licensing Geographic Data and Services Committee, the National Institutes of Health PubMed Central National Advisory Committee, SPARC Steering, the National Academy of Sciences Forum on Open Science and the International Policy Committee of CODATA.
Dr. Kevin ASHLEY
Director, Digital Curation Center
Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Kevin is the Director of the Digital Curation Centre, a post he has held since April 2010. The DCC is a consortium run from the University of Edinburgh whose mission is to assist researchers and research organisations around the world to get better value from data. His earlier career was spent in a variety of roles providing computing services to support research, initially in a large clinical research facility and latterly in a national supercomputer centre. His role in operating services for government and research data led to an interest in data policy and governance, particularly when the creators, maintainers, custodians, owners, service providers and users of data are distinct and changing entities. He is currently vice-chair of the Digital Preservation Coalition, co-chair of the Research Data Alliance Organisational Advisory Board and a member of a number of advisory boards relating to research data.
For further information, see his profile on the DCC site: http://www.dcc.ac.uk/about-us/dcc-staff-directory/kevin-ashley
Dr. Paul Arthur BERKMAN
Professor, Tufts University
Boston, MA, USA
Professor Paul Arthur Berkman is building connections between science, diplomacy and information technology to promote cooperation and prevent discord, balancing national interests and common interests for the benefit of all on Earth. He was a visiting professor at the University of California at the age of 24, after wintering the previous year in Antarctica on a SCUBA research expedition. He was a Fulbright Distinguished Scholar and former Head of the Arctic Ocean Geopolitics Programme at the University of Cambridge, where he co-directed the first formal dialogue between NATO and Russia regarding environmental security in the Arctic Ocean. He also coordinates the Arctic Options and Pan-Arctic Options projects, involving support from national science agencies in the United States, Russian Federation, Norway, France, China and Canada from 2013-2020. In September 2015, he joined the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University as Professor of Practice in Science Diplomacy and is now Acting Director of the Science Diplomacy Center. He has an extensive record of interdisciplinary research and publication, including books on Science Diplomacy as well as Science into Policy. For his contributions, Prof. Berkman has received many awards nationally and internationally. Paul is happily married with two daughters.
Dr. Gilberto CAMARA
Image Processing Division, INPE (former director general of INPE) and FAPESP
Prof. Dr. Gilberto Câmara is an Emeritus Researcher in Geoinformatics, Spatial Databases and Land Use Change at Brazil's National Institute for Space Research, where he was General Director (2006-2012). He is internationally recognized for promoting free access for geospatial data and for setting up an efficient satellite monitoring of the Brazilian Amazon rainforest. From 2013-2015, he was Brazil Chair at the University of Münster. Gilberto has advised 54 graduate students and published 230 scholarly papers that have been cited more than 9300 times as of August 2017. He has received a Dr. Honoris Causa from the University of Muenster, a Chevalier (Knight) of the Ordre National du Mérite of France, the Global Citizen Award of the Global Spatial Data Infrastructure Association, and the Pecora Award from USGS and NASA for "leadership to the broad and open access to remote sensing data". He is currently one of the two co-chairs of the Belmont Forum, an international group of funding agencies for global change research.
University of Toulouse Midi-Pyrenees
TOULOUSE - CEDEX
Anne Cambon-Thomsen, MD and immunogeneticists, with degrees in biology, medical statistics and health ethics, is Emeritus Research Director in CNRS (French national centre for scientific research) in Toulouse, France. She works presently in a joint research Unit on epidemiology and public health at Inserm (National Institute for Health and Medical Research) and University Toulouse III Paul Sabatier where she created a societal platform on “genetics and society” in Toulouse. Her most recent researches address the societal aspects of biotechnology, the implications of genomics for public health, especially issues pertaining to biobanks and to complex disease genetics. She has experience in national and European ethics bodies and expert groups. She has been co-director of BBMRI-ERIC (Biobanking and BioMolecular resources Research Infrastructure) Common Service ELSI (Ethical, Legal and Societal issues). Her work with and on biobanks and bioresources and afferent research policies led her to launch the BRIF (Bioresource research impact factor) international initiative since 2010 with focus and data and sample sharing. She has recently been appointed as a member of the EGE (European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies) of the European Commission and is Chair of the Deontology and ethics committee of the French National Cancer Institute (INCa). She is the Champion of the EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF) for its 8th edition, 9-14 July 2018 in Toulouse.
Dr. CHUANG Tyng-Ruey
Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica
Tyng-Ruey Chuang's research interest includes functional programming, geospatial informatics, and topics in citizen science and data collaboration. He is an associate research fellow at the Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, with joint appointments both at the Research Center for Information Technology Innovation and at the Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences. He was a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society (2011 — 2012), supported in part by a Fulbright senior research grant and by the National Science Council of Taiwan. He has been the project lead of Creative Commons Taiwan since its start in 2003, and is currently a member of the Creative Commons' Policy Advisory Council (2016 — ). He is part of the CODATA Taiwan Committee, and once served as its executive secretary (2007 — 2013). He served for several times both at the Taiwan Association of Human Rights and at the Software Liberty Association of Taiwan as a board member.
Mr. Iain HRYNASZKIEWICZ
Head of Data Publishing, Springer Nature
Iain Hrynaszkiewicz is Head of Data Publishing at Springer Nature where his team develop research data policies and services across Springer Nature. He is also publisher of Nature Research Group’s Scientific Data journal. He leads and contributes to community initiatives and working groups on data sharing and reproducible research and is Programme Chair of the conference, Better Science through Better Data. He has published numerous articles related to data sharing, open access, and open data - one of which has been cited more than 140 times.
Ms. Heidi LAINE
University of Helsinki and Secretary, Finnish Committee on Research Data
Heidi Laine is an expert in research integrity (RI) and responsible conduct of research. She is currently researching RI regulation in Finland for her PhD project (see
tuhat.helsinki.fi/portal/en/person/hklaine). Laine is specialized in issues concerning responsible data management and RI in the open science era. She is coordinating a national effort for creating a roadmap for implementing data citation in Finland (see www.fcrd.fi/data-citation). In 2016 Laine managed a project on open citizen science (see fi.okfn.org/projects/open-citizen-science). She is the secretary of Finnish Committee for Research Data, Open Knowledge Finland Open Science Working Group core person, and contact person for the No Deal, No Review campaign (see nodealnoreview.org). Laine has previously worked at the Finnish Advisory Board on RI, the Federation of Finnish Learned Societies, Committee for Public Information in Finland, Council for Finnish Academies, and CSC - IT Center for Science. She has a Masters degree in Social Science from University of Helsinki.
Dr. LEE Jeonghoon
Head, Scientific Data Strategy Lab, Korean Institute for Scientific and Technical Information
Jeonghoon Lee leads the Scientific Data Strategy Lab. at Korea Institute of Science andTechnology Information (KISTI), Korea. His current work explores developing data-intensive science research environment based on data technologies by establishment of national-wide scientific data governance infrastructure and providing the Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning, Korea with support of technology and policy for management and sharing of research data. He has participated in activities of international cooperative networks for open data like CODATA (ICSU: Committee on Data for Science and Technology), WDS, RDA, and OECD. He is the director of CODATA Korea. Previously, he was a research professor at École Centrale Paris, France. He received his B.S. in Computer Science from Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Daejeon, Korea. His research interests include dynamic data-literature interlinking, data mining and machine leaning on evolving data, data management and information retrieval on large, high dimensional and complex attributed data, and high performance computing and parallel processing on ML and IR.
Patricia MUÑOZ Palma
Director of Scientific Information, CONICYT
As Director of the Scientific Information Program at CONICYT, Patricia develops and leadprojects related to the accessibility and visibility of scientific activities and results of funding instruments managed by CONICYT, through the implementation of digital repositories with the purpose of guaranteeing accessibility and preservation, and also implementing digital services like; indicator data visualization platform; scientific indicator system, data and information policy and others. See www.dataciencia.cl ; www.portaldelinvestigador.cl ; www.datoscientificos.cl , www.lareferencia.info , www.informacioncietifica.cl
She is specialist in Scientific and Technological Information Management, development and leading projects related to the accessibility and visibility of scientific activities, their results and impact. Actually she is the Director of the Scientific Information Program of CONICYT National Commission for Scientific and Technological Research.
She has a Bachelor Degree in Information Sciences and Magister in Digital Documentation of the University Pompeu Fabra, Spain.
Dr. Usha Mujoo MUNSHI
Head Librarian, Indian Institute for Public Administration
New Delhi, INDIA
A Fulbright Scholar is currently with Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA). Recipient of several national and international awards that includes Fulbright Scholar in 1996-97, Raizada Memorial Award 1994 for Young Information Scientist of the Society of Information Science (SIS); SIS Fellowship in 1999;. ASSIST International Best Paper Award by ASSIST, USA in 2002. In 2009, Dr. Munshi obtained post of DEA (directeur d` etudes associe), an academic recognition given to her by Fondation Maison des sciences de l`homme, Paris, (France) and she is the first one to receive this recognition in the area of Information Science and Technology. Received “Distinguished Faculty Award” (2015) from Delhi Library Association) and “DLA Professional Excellence Award for Working LIS Leader-2016”and SLP-Asian Professional Award 2017. Dr. Munshi has Over 155 research publications and a few books to her credit. Her latest publication on “Indian Higher Education – Research Landscape in the Global Context” by CBS Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd has been released in 2016. Her forthcoming book on “Data Science Landscape: Towards Research Standards and Protocols”, to be shortly published by Springer under their book series ‘Studies in Big Data’. Member of a number of national and international committees and President, Information & Communication Society of India (2016-). She has been associated with meetings of the Consultative Development Committee – set up by the Department of Science and Technology (DST), Govt. of India for the Preparation of “Strategic Road Map for Data Analytics” for the Government. She is on the editorial board/reviewer of a few national / international journals that includes “Data Science Journal” brought out by the International Council for Science (ICSU), CODATA, and VINE: The journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems by Emerald.
Dr. Hans PFEIFFENBERGER
Head of Computing and Data Infrastructure Division, Alfred Wegener Institut
Dr. Raed SHARIF
Senior Program Officer, Technology and Innovation, International Development Research Centre (Canada), Middle East and North Africa Regional Office
Raed Sherif is a Senior Program Officer for the Innovation and Technology program at IDRC’sRegional Office in Cairo. A political economist, Raed’s research focuses on accessibility and management policies of information resources and technologies and their impact on social change, innovation, and development. For the last 15years, he has been actively involved in promoting the concepts of openness, inclusion, and empowerment in less economically developed countries through activities related to open data and innovation, open government, open access to scientific information, open institutional repositories and journals, and open knowledge environments. Before joining IDRC, Raed taught information policy and strategic management of information resources at the Information School, Syracuse University. His past experience also includes research and consultative work with such organizations as the World Wide Web Foundation, the U.S. National Academy of Sciences, the OECD, CODATA International, the Development Bank of Southern Africa, and the UNDP. Raed holds a Ph.D. in information science and technology from Syracuse University, USA, and an MBA in strategic management from Birzeit University, Palestine.
Dr. Ingeborg VERHEUL
National Coördination Point for Research Data Management (SURFsara)
Science Park 140
1098 XG Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
Dr. Joseph WAFULA
Professor, ICT Centre of Excellence and Open Data, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology
Dr. YARIME Masaru
Associate Professor, School of Energy and Environment, City University of Hong Kong
Masaru YARIME is Associate Professor in the School of Energy and Environment at the City University of Hong Kong. He also has appointments as Honorary Reader at the Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy in University College London, Visiting Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Public Policy in the University of Tokyo, and Visiting Scholar at the Japan International Cooperation Agency Research Institute. He received B.Eng. and M.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Tokyo and the California Institute of Technology respectively and Ph.D. in Economics and Policy Studies of Technological Change from Maastricht University in the Netherlands. His previous positions include Senior Research Fellow in the National Institute of Science and Technology Policy of the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology. His research interests focus on science, technology, and innovation policy, management, and governance for energy, environment, and sustainability. He is particularly interested in exploring data-intensive approaches to promoting innovation and their implications for public policy and institutional design. One of his recent projects aims to investigate the mechanisms and processes of utilizing open data for creating innovation on sustainable smart cities. Currently he is serving on the editorial board of international journals, including Sustainability Science, Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, Journal of Corporate Citizenship, and Frontiers in Energy Research - Energy Systems and Policy.
For more information about my work, please visit: http://yarime.net/
Dr. ZHANG Lili
Computing Network and Information Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Zhang Lili is a research scientist in the scientific data center at the Computer Network Information Center of Chinese Academy of Sciences. Zhang received her M.A. and Ph.D. degree in information management from Peking University, China and she also graduated from Nankai University, China with a dural Bachelor's degree in management science and economics. Her research focuses on research data sharing policy, practices and information economics.Currently, she also serves as the deputy director of editorial office of China Scientific Data (www.csdata.org) which is the leading data journal publishing bilingual data papers of multidisciplinary fileds in China.