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News about LiquidPub and related research and tools are published at LiquidPub blogLiquidPub twitter (short version). Also, there is a mailing list where we just send news about the project and events organized by the project.

A paper co-authored by Roberta Cuel and Diego Ponte was appointed best paper at WOA 2010
The paper “ICT and innovative review models: implications for the scientific publishing industry” coauthored by Pier Franco Camussone, Roberta Cuel and Diego Ponte was appointed best paper of the track “Il ruolo, il contributo e le implicazioni dell’ICT per lo sviluppo della creatività individuale e Organizzativa” at WOA 2010.
Brainshop on Web and Collaborative Technologies for Higher Education (ICWE2010) (Vienna, Austria, from Jul 05, 2010 08:30 AM to Jul 05, 2010 06:30 PM)
The goal of this brainshop is to create a community of people interested in harnessing the power of the web, to be able to provide collaborative technologies that foster new ways of Learning and Teaching. Our motivation is to improve education in a sustainable manner, both in technologically advanced countries as well as in developing countries. Participants interested in contributing to this event should be those that are passionate about providing (or helping to provide) high quality education and that are interested in exploring how web-collaboration technologies can assist in matters such as: preparation of class material and its execution, student collaboration in projects, tools supporting education and the creation and management of educational communities.
Slides, photos, and notes of the Second Snow Workshop are available on the wiki
 
Maurizio Marchese from the LiquidPub team gave an invited talk "Automated Experimentation in Social Informatics" in the Workhop on Automated Experimentation at e-Science Institute, Edinburgh
Maurizio Marchese from the LiquidPub team gave an invited talk "Automated Experimentation in Social Informatics" in the Workhop on Automated Experimentation at e-Science Institute, Edinburgh, February 24th, 2010
LiquidPub outreach: blog, twitter and mailing list
If you are interested in the news of the LiquidPub project and related research, please follow us at LP blog, twitter, or subscribe to our mailing list. See this item for more details.
Invited talks of University of Fribourg members in 2009
Joe Wakeling and Matus Medo from University of Fribourg gave several invited talks on the topic of recommendation diversity.
Second Workshop on Scientific Knowledge Creation, Dissemination, and Evaluation, February 2010. (Ovronnaz, Switzerland, from Feb 04, 2010 12:00 PM to Feb 06, 2010 12:00 PM)
Second in a planned series of workshops. Additional details inside.
LiquidPub members gave a presentation for scientific staff of European Commission
Maurizio Marchese and Aliaksandr Birukou, on behalf of Fabio Casati, gave a talk "Reshaping Scientific Knowledge Dissemination and Evaluation in the Age of the Web" at one of informal meetings of scientific staff of European Commission
Invited talk using LiquidPub as an example
Pablo Noriega gave a talk entitled "Building Coordination Artifacts" at the French MAS conference, using LiquidPub as an example of flexible workflows and hybrid (man-agents) environments.
Invited talks about research on trust and reputation in LiquidPub
Carles Sierra gave keynote talks at Artificial Economics 2009 and ICAIL 2009 conferences and EUMAS 2009 workshop and a seminar in Laboratoire d'Informatique de Grenoble.
Invited talks about LiquidPub at ECOWS 2009 and in Politechnico di Milano
Fabio Casati, the coordinator of the LiquidPub project, gave invited talks at the European Conference on Web Services 2009 and in the Politechnico di Milano. The title of the talk was: "Liquidpub: services at the service of science" and the slides are available in the Research Areas->Research Evaluation section of the website.
Past team members
A list of people who have been part of LiquidPub project teams in the past.
The 7th Berlin Open Access Conference will take place at the Sorbonne in Paris on 2-4 December 2009 (Paris, France, from Dec 02, 2009 08:00 AM to Dec 04, 2009 06:30 PM)
Conferences features several talks related to LiquidPub, e.g. OpenAccess talks and a talk "From Subscription to Publication: Scenarios for a Transformation of Scholarly Communication"
CERN workshop on Innovations in Scholarly Communication (OAI6) (Geneva, Switzerland, from Jun 17, 2009 12:05 PM to Jun 19, 2009 11:05 PM)
More information is available at http://indico.cern.ch/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=48321
New citation tools available on the wiki
New citations oriented features have been enabled on the wiki
Panel on Science 2.0 at ESWC'09
Fausto Giunchiglia from the LiquidPub project will be directing a panel discussing Science 2.0 and possible ways of affecting its development at the European Semantic Web Conference.
Special session on Open Source Science at FET'09 conference
Fabio Casati from the LiquidPub project will be the chair of special session on Open Source Science, taking place at the European Future Technologies Conference on the 22d April 2009.
Snow Workshop Wrap-up and Photos
The LiquidPub-sponsored First Workshop on Scientific Knowledge Creation, Dissemination, and Evaluation is over, and it was a great success. We had many wonderful, intelligent, and interested participants who really made the discussions pop. We will be compiling notes from the panels and supplementary material. See inside for a link to photos contributed by the folks who attended. Thanks again, everyone!
New related event: e-CAP Track announcement
e-CAP Track on Philosophical perspectives on e-Science, e-Learning and Computer-Supported Collaborative Work. See entry in the Events tab.
e-CAP Track on Philosophical perspectives on e-Science, e-Learning and Computer-Supported Collaborative Work (UAB, Barcelona, from Jul 02, 2009 08:00 AM to Jul 04, 2009 05:00 PM)
This track will consider a wide range of computational, information and communication technologies for conducting scholarly research; for learning, and for work. More details inside.
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