February 28 (Day 1)
12.30 Buffet lunch
1.30 Welcome by a senior official of the University of Southampton
Session 1 (Chair: TBA)
1.45 Key-note address by Professor Tony Hey "E-Science and Open Access"
2.30 Johannes Fournier "The DFG study of author experience of open access"
3.00 Recent JISC studies - e.g. the business models study - to be presented
by somebody from JISC
3.30 Tea/coffee break
Session 2 (Chair: tbd)
4.00 Francoise Vandooren - "The EU scientific publishing study"
4.30 - 6.00 Brief reports from delegates on implementation of the Berlin
Declaration in their organisations
TBA NN, (Southampton University)
Michael Erben-Russ (FhG)
Eloy Rodrigues (Universidade do Minho)
Georg Botz (Max Planck Society)
March 1 (Day 2)
Session 3 (Chair: TBA)
Before the first item: The OA Policy to Southampton University (NN)
9.00 The roadmap : presentation on the latest version of the roadmap
9.45 Break-out groups to consider the roadmap in detail
11.00 Tea/coffee break
11.30 Plenary discussion on the implementation of the roadmap (NN)
12.30 Closing speeches, including any formal commitment by new
organizations to join the Berlin Declaration.
Announcement of next conference
1.00 Buffet lunch and depart.
> Temporary contact for the local host at Southampton:
>> Dr. Steve Hitchcock
>sh94r at ecs.soton.ac.uk>> Prior Amsci Threads:
>> "Berlin Declaration on Open Access" (Oct 2003)
>http://www.ecs.soton.ac.uk/~harnad/Hypermail/Amsci/3091.html>> "Draft letter for institutions to sign
> to implement Berlin Declaration" (Dec 2003)
>http://www.ecs.soton.ac.uk/~harnad/Hypermail/Amsci/3304.html>> "May 12 CERN meeting on implementing
> the Berlin Declaration" (May 2004)
>http://www.ecs.soton.ac.uk/~harnad/Hypermail/Amsci/3750.html>> "Next follow-up Open Access Conference
> or workshop in Southampton/UK" (Nov 2004)