Les innovations dans la communication scientifique, du peer reviewing à la diffusion des résultats de la recherche

Lundi 8 Décembre 2014, de 16h à 17h45
Salle 1

Stimulée par la croissance du nombre de chercheurs sur le plan mondial, le développement de l’Open Access et les mouvements d’ouverture des données de la recherche, la communication scientifique est actuellement le terrain de multiples initiatives innovantes, dans toutes les disciplines.

Ces projets réinventent l’ensemble de la chaîne :  du processus de peer-reviewing aux  modes de diffusion des résultats de la recherche dans le monde scientifique ou dans la société. Ils souhaitent aussi questionner la pertinence des indicateurs actuels d’évaluation de la recherche. Les logiques de plateformes sont à l’œuvre et remettent en question l’écosystème traditionnel de la communication scientifique. De nouveaux services sont proposés aux communautés scientifiques pour mieux partager et valoriser les résultats de leurs recherches.

Animation : Laurence Bianchini, Chief Operations Officer, MyScienceWork

Intervenants :

ScienceOpen: Network Publishing for the Next Generation (in english)
Stephanie Dawson, Chief Executive Officer, Science Open
Résumé : Scientific discourse is increasingly taking place in a network context. We redefine publishing as one element in a whole suite of networking and communication tools available to the researcher.
Société : ScienceOpen provides high-quality Open Access publishing services with open, transparent post-publication peer review for its own and over 1.3 million aggregated Open Access publications.
Bio : Stephanie Dawson, studied at Yale University and U. of Washington and spent over 10 years in STM publishing before joining ScienceOpen as CEO.

La plateforme Episciences et l' épi-revue JDMDH (journal of data mining and digital humanities)
Nicolas Turenne, Chercheur en mathématiques appliquées, Unité SenS, INRA,  co-éditeur en chef de la revue "Journal of Data Mining and Digital Humanities"
Résumé : Les archives ouvertes requestionnent l'opportunité offerte aux chercheurs de diffuser leurs travaux à plus grande échelle. La notion d'épi-revue permet de redistribuer l'économie entre les différents acteurs qui sont les institutions, les chercheurs et les diffuseurs.
Organisme : L'UMR LISIS est une unité interdisciplinaire dont les activités scientifiques couvrent l'analyse des politiques publiques, l'évaluation, les data sciences et les régimes de transition de systemes socio-techniques. Elle réunie des spécialistes en sociologie et en informatique avec des expertises spécifiques dans les domaines comme les sciences du vivant, la criminalité, la bibliométrie et l'analyse des medias sociaux.
Biographie : Nicolas Turenne a soutenu une these en intelligence artificielle (apprentissage non supervisé et traitement du langage naturel) à l'Université de Strasbourg en 2000. Il occupe un poste de chargé de recherche dans le domaine des Data Sciences depuis 2001 avec des domaines d'applications en sciences du vivant et analyse des medias sociaux. Il est auteur de l'ouvrage "Knowledge Needs and Information Extraction" Wiley-ISTE (2013) et co-editeur-en-chef de la revue OA Journal of Data Mining and Digital Humanities.

Innovation in scientific communication and peer review (in english)
Jigisha Patel, Associate Editorial Director (Research Integrity), BioMed Central
Abstract :
This presentation will cover the development of open access publishing and peer review models over the last decade as well as some recent innovations aimed at addressing recognised problems with conventional peer review.
Biography : Jigisha earned her first degree in Medicine and her PhD on postprandial physiology from Queen Mary, University of London. As well as spending several years in hospital clinical practice and a year at the National Institutes of Health for her PhD, Jigisha has taught on the medical course at University College London Medical School and human biology at the Open University. She  joined BioMed Central in 2007 and had editorial responsibility for over 30 medical journals in the BMC Series. Jigisha leads the Research Integrity Group, with overall responsibility for BioMed Central’s strategy, standards and expertise in publication ethics and in high-quality, rigorous peer review.
BioMed Central : BioMed Central is an Science, Technology and Medicine publisher of 272 peer-reviewed open access journals. The portfolio of journals spans all areas of biology, biomedicine and medicine and includes broad interest titles. All original research articles published by BioMed Central are made freely accessible online immediately upon publication. BioMed Central is owned by Springer Science+Business Media, and also hosts the SpringerOpen platform.

Elsevier’s experiments in peer review (in english)
Joris Van Rossum, Director Publishing Innovation and Author Services, Elsevier
Abstract : Joris van Rossum will present about the experiments Elsevier is conducting in the area of peer review, with a focus on those attempting to increase reviewer’s recognition.
Biography : For the past 12 years, Dr. Joris van Rossum has been involved with the launch and further development of many products and initiatives within Elsevier. From its inception, he was a Product Manager for Scopus, the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature, and he worked on Elsevier's search engine for scientific information as Head of Scirus. Later, he developed the Elsevier WebShop, which offers support and services for authors at many stages of the publication workflow. As Director Publishing Innovation and Author Services, Dr. van Rossum is focused on testing and introducing important innovations with a focus on peer review.
Compagny : Elsevier is an academic publishing company that publishes medical and scientific literature. We publish nearly 2,000 journals and over 1,400 new book titles each year, as well as tools and analytics for researchers.