Program (under construction)
Day One (Serious Business) - Monday, 5 November 2018
08:00 - 09:00
Doors open: Coffee, Tea & Breakfast Snacks
Welcome & Housekeeping (Prof. Dr. Dr. Thomas Schildhauer, PD Dr. Sönke Bartling)
09:00 – 09:30
- Building the Open Science Ecosystem of the Future: Status
Prof.Dr. Sascha Friesike, Free University of Amsterdam and Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG), Berlin
Status of Science and Knowledge Creation
- How to reduce Waste and improve Value in biomedical Research
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Dirnagl, Director, Department of Experimental Neurology, Charité, Berlin
- Current Publishing and Funding Culture (TBA)
- Artificial Competitions in Science and Resource Wasting (TBA)
- Open Science
Dr. Jon Tennant, Rogue scientist, Founder of the Open Science MOOC
Coffee, Tea, Discussions and Networking
Blockchain for Science and Knowledge Creation
11:30 – 12:30
- Blockchain, unde venis - quo vadis?
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Volker Skwarek, Faculty Life Sciences, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences
- Blockchain applications in Science and Knowledge Creation: Overview
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bela Gipp, Dept. of Computer and Information Science, University of Konstanz
- Blockchain limitations and consequences and paint points for Knowledge creation (TBA)
Panel: From Bitcoin to Consortium Chains
- Panel Participants: Prof. Bela Gipp, Prof. Volker Skwarek, Vlad Günther, ...
What are the right Blockchain Systems for Science and Knowledge Creation?
Do we need Mining?
What are the Challenges - technical, infrastructure, legal?
Lunch Break, Discussions and Networking
Scientific Publishing on the Blockchain
14:00 - 15:30
- Keynote: Stories can wait: Blockchain secured Microntributions
Prof. Dr. Lawrence Rajendran, Founder and CEO of ScienceMatters, Institute of Regenerative Medicine, University of Zürich
- Peer-Review on the Blockchain
Dr. Joris van Jossum, Digital Science, London
- Why should we move to P2P Publishing - a Viewpoint from a Librarian
Lambert Heller, TIB Hannover
- Decentralized Publishing and Microcontributions: Copyright Challenges (TBA)
15:30 - 16:00
Coffee, Tea, Discussions & Networking
Making Blockchain work for the Open Science Ecosystem
- Keynote: Blockchain based Social Networking for Science
Mihai Alisie, Akasha.world Founder, Co-Founder of Ethereum
- Identifying Identities: ORCID, Identities and the Blockchain
Robert Peters, Technical Director, ORCID.org
- Creating trust all the way down to the data acquistion ? - Blockchain connection of the Io(R)T - Internet of Research things, Massimiliano Picone, Founder at Fermi.xyz - Cosmic Blockchain Solutions
- Blockchain Squared - the Living Knowledge Network
James Littlejohn, Living Knowledge Network Specialist, Associate Cyber Academy, Edinburgh Napter University
- A mathematical Description of Knowledge
Barthmoss St. Clair, Senior AI Ressearch Consultant, Heidelberg
- Going to Space together (TBA)
- Curiosity, Romance and Research Motivation (TBA)
Event: The (not so trustworthy) Third PARTY 19:00 - 23:00
Day TWO (Serindipity) - Tuesday, 6 November 2018
08:00 - 08:30
Coffee, Tea & Breakfast Snacks
Showcase of Napkin Projects from Third Party and other things.... moderated by Mahoney Turnbull, Science Community and Social Hacking Specialist
5 minutes each, application for speaker position will be announced during the conference.
Research Data & Blockchain
- Decentralized research data: Overview
Denis Parfenov/Eoghan O Carragáin
- Blockchainified data marketplaces - the new frontier in research?
Prof. Dr Konrad Förstner, ZB MED - Information Centre for Life Sciences, Cologne, Germany and TH Köln, Cologne, Germany
Panel: Decentralized Research Data
Participants: Denis Parfenov, Eoghan O Carragáin, Prof. Dr. Konrad Förstner, James Littlejohn, ...
- Infrastructure (IPFS, DAT, ...)
- How will persistance be assured?
- Is tokenization of data access the new way to go?
- How do we train the research AI of the future?
Coffee, Tea, Discussions & Networking
Cryptoeconomy for Science
- Overview of the Crypto- and Token Economy
Prof. Dr. Shermin Voshmgir, Founder BlockchainHub, Director of the Research Institute for Cryptoeconomics, Vienna Univerity of Economics
- From Research Funding, via novel research incentivation structures to IP
Prof. Dr. Philipp Sandner, Head of the Frankfurt School Blockchain Center at the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
- ICO for Science Projects (TBA)
- Legal Aspects for ICOs for Research Projects
Dr. Nina-Luisa Siedler, Partner, DFW Germany Rechtsanwalts ges.mbH
- Report from Task Group: Good Practices for ICOs in Science (TBA)
- Continous Coin Offerings and Novel Value Propositions in Science Funding (TBA)
Lunch Break, Discussion and Networking
(13:00-13:30) Consitution meeting of the IBFS (International Society of Blockchain for Science)
- Blockchain for Clinical Studies
Prof. Dr. Mehdi Benchoufi, Blockchain for Clinical Trials Specialist, Assistant Professor, Clinical Epidemiology Center, Hotel Dieu Hospital, Paris
15:30 - 16:00
Coffee, Tea & Networking
From Organized and Incentivized Collaboration to IP
- Keynote: Research-DAO
Dr. Martin Etzrodt, Research Director, Validity Labs AG, Zug
- KnowbellaTech - make dormant IP available through the Blockchain (TBA)
Closing Panel and Participating Discussion
17:00 - 18:30
How to cooperate, avoid Silos and walled Gardens: Building the Open Science Ecosystem of the Future
**Short Reports from Task Groups, Discussions, Outlook.
End of Conference