Digital Science Russia 2017
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About Forum 2017
The main objective of the forum was to discuss Russian and international experience in managing transformations in the field of science and innovation, to exchange views on pressing issues and challenges in the development of scientific and technological platforms in Russia and the world, working with open "big data" in the context of Russian realities and global trends in the development of "digital" science.
Participants and Speakers
The Forum was attended by more than 100 participants from all over the world
Igor Osipov
DS Russia Forum founder, CEO of Digital Science Russia&CIS, VP for Digital Science UK
Dmitry Malkov
Director of the Center for Scientific Communication, ITMO University
Daniel Hook
CEO Digital Science UK
Igor Sheremet
RAS corresponding member, Deputy Director to RFBR
Marina Borovskaya
Deputy Minister of Science and Higher Education of Russia
Juergen Koenig
CEO Merck LLC
Cristian Herzog
CEO and Founder UberResearch
Gennady Eremenko
CEO of eLibrary
Jonathan Adams
CHief Scientific Officer, Digital Science
Maxim Fedorov
Director of the Center for Scientific and Engineering computing for problems with "big data" sets, Skoltech
Joris van Rossum
Director for Special Projects, Digital Science
Juergen Wastl
Head of Cambridge Research Center
Laure Haak
Executive Director of ORCID
Mark Hahnel
Founder and CEO Figshare
2017 Forum Program
November 15, 2017
14:30 – 15:00
14:30 – 15:00
Registration, welcome coffee
15:00 - 15:30
15:00 - 15:30
Introduction: "National Priorities, Innovations, and Big Data in the Russian Context."
Igor Osipov
CEO of Digital Science Russia & CIS, Vice President of EMEA
Daniel Hook, CEO of Digital Science Global
Digital Science: Technology to Support the Next Generation Research Ecosystem
Christian Herzog, CEO of ÜberResearch, creator of SciVal and Dimensions
"Global Grant Data as an Early Indicator of Trends in Decision Making and Building a Funding Architecture"
15:30 – 15:50
15:30 – 15:50
Q & A session
Laure Haak, ORCID Executive Director
"The Creation of information infrastructure for open science: the influence and role identifiers"
Jonathan Adams, Digital Science' Chief Scientific Officer, consultant on science of the governments of UK, Australia, NSF:
"The national research infrastructure of the UK and its response to the evaluation of the effectiveness of the system" [UK national research infrastructure and its response to evaluation]
16:10 – 16:30
16:10 – 16:30
Coffee break, discussion
16:30 – 16:50
16:30 – 16:50
Dmitry Malkov, Director of the Center for scientific communication and the Department of strategic communication, University ITMO
"The Use of Almetric data/Digital Science for the evaluation of scientific communication: 1-e comparative study of 100 best Russian universities"
Jurgen Wastl, Director of the research Center of the University of Cambridge
«building the infrastructure for the networking of scientific information in Cambridge»
16:50 – 17:10
16:50 – 17:10
Q&A session
17:10 – 17:45
17:10 – 17:45
Open discussion
18:00 - 19:30
18:00 - 19:30
Reception/Dinner, conversations
19:30 – 20:30
19:30 – 20:30
Meetings by prior agreement
Forum Digital Science Russia 2017
The main objective of the forum was to discuss Russian and international experience in managing transformations in the field of science and innovation, to exchange views on pressing issues and challenges in the development of scientific and technological platforms in Russia and the world, working with open "big data" in the context of Russian realities and global trends in the development of "digital" science.
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Kosmodamianskaya nab 52 bld 6, Москва, 115054

10 minutes from Paveletskaya metro station. Entrance from the courtyard
Participants about Forum
"In recent years, we have been actively talking about the digital economy and digital service and how digitalization has changed and continues to change people's lives. It is important to understand that the first area that was strongly influenced by digitalization was science. Along with the convenience and acceleration of the possibility of transmission and exchange of information, there are special problems in the digital environment, which Digital Science is focused on finding solutions for. The Russian Academy of Sciences actively cooperates with Digital Science, this cooperation is productive and we plan to continue it in the future."
Dr. Alexey Khokhlov, Forum 2018
Vice-President of Russian Academy of Sciences
"I am grateful for the opportunity to visit and speak at the forum. The reports seemed to me relevant and useful for scientists, heads of scientific organizations and universities, and even for high-tech business. I see that digital Science has come to Russia seriously and for a long time, I am sure that there are prospects for its development, I hope that the scientific community will make extensive use of its services."
Sergey Lebedev, Forum 2017
Deputy Director for Russian Scientific Foundation
"Each of the big American companies - Amazon, Google and Facebook — invests five times more money in research than the max Planck Society, so from the point of view of Russia and Europe, combining efforts would be very useful for the development of science. The future will be managed by more than one country, not one company, otherwise how can we be sure that progress and prosperity have come for all»
Stefan von Holtzbrinck, Forum 2018
President and Chairman of the Board of Directors
of Holtzbrinck Publishing Group
"Digital Science Russia/CIS has organized this event with the aim to create an open dialogue where founders of emerging digital technologies and research community itself have a chance to speak with each other directly, without a medium of press or publication. We have now run second annual event and every year there is a lot of interest for, and excellent speakers at, the Forum. We are happy to partner with Russian Academy of Sciences for this Forum and exchange ideas on how science and digitalization will develop globally, in Russia and, most importantly, contextualize new digital projects toward the actual needs of the research community."
Dr. Igor Osipov
CEO of Digital Science Russia/CIS and VP, Academic & Government EMEA Science Russia/CIS и СНГ, Academic & Governmen
Press about Forum
Is it possible to use blockchain for reviewing what the RAS means "digitalization of science", how the RSCI will develop, how the race for the number of citations destroys the scientific world, and how grants can be used to predict the future, read Indicator.Ru report from the forum "Digital Science - World Trends and Big Data in the Russian Context, which was organized by the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Digital Science Russia.
Indicator
On October 3, the II Digital Science Forum "Digital Science - Global Trends and Big Data in the Russian Context" was held in the building of the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS). The forum's main speakers were Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Sciences Academician Alexei Khokhlov, Deputy Minister of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation Marina Borovskaya and General Director of Digital Science in Russia Igor Osipov.
Scientific Russia
Is it possible to use blockchain for reviewing what the RAS means by "digitalization of science", how the Russian Science Citation Index (RSCI) will develop, how the race for the number of citations destroys the scientific world, and how grants can predict the future, read the report Indicator .Ru from the forum "Digital Science - World Trends and Big Data in the Russian Context", which was organized by the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Digital Science Russia.
Siberian science news
Digital Science Russia and Digital Science as a global company are essentially the same thing. The Digital Science project has grown out of the holding company Holtzbrinck Publishing Group and Nature as a company of founding scientists and has been actively expanding its presence in the main scientific regions of the world for several years. The founder of the Russian Digital Science is the German information holding Holtzbrinck and the English company Digital Science. Holtzbrinck Publishing Group holding owns MacMillan, SpringerNature, the entire portfolio of Digital Science companies and a number of large assets of the STM market (STM stands for science, technology, medicine - science, technology, medicine - approx. Indicator.Ru). In terms of the total wealth of content and solutions for scientists, universities, governments, in terms of science and innovation, it is perhaps the largest global player, along with Elsevier.

Indicator about Digital Science
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