First International Workshop on Reproducible Open Science (REPSCIENCE 2016)


Co-sponsored by Research Data Alliance Europe and OpenAIRE2020

Hannover, Germany, September 9th, 2016
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Twitter: @repscience2016

In conjunction with the International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (TPDL 2016)

Proceedings published as Special Issue of the D-Lib Magazine Journal (

Workshop Objectives
This Workshop aims at becoming a forum to discuss ideas and advancements towards the revision of current scientific communication practices in order to support Open Science, introduce novel evaluation schemes, and enable reproducibility. As such it candidates as an event fostering collaboration between (i) Library and information scientists working on the identification of new publication paradigms; (ii) ICT scientists involved in the definition of new technical solutions to these issues; (iii) scientists/researchers who actually conduct the research and demand tools and practices for Open Science. The expected results are advancements in the definition of the next generation scientific communication ecosystem, where scientists can publish research results (including the scientific article, the data, the methods, and any “alternative” product that may be relevant to the conducted research) in order to enable reproducibility (effective reuse and decrease of cost of science) and rely on novel scientific reward practices.
Important dates
Research paper submission: July 4th, 2016 - 23:59 CET
Notification of acceptance: August 1st, 2016
Revised paper re-submission: after workshop date, to be agreed with D-Lib Magazine
Workshop day: September 9th, 2016
Workshop Organisers
- Amir Aryani, Australian National Data Service, Australia
- Oscar Corcho, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
- Paolo Manghi, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR, ISTI), Italy
- Jochen Schirrwagen, Bielefeld University Library, Germany
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