New ALPSP seminar – How to Survive (and Thrive) in the Digital Universe


Wednesday 05 July 2017, London, Full Day


The pace of change in scholarly communication technology is accelerating and reshaping research communication. How do we make sense of these changes as a publisher? What are the things that we need to do now and how can we learn from the past? Join our chair, Phill Jones, Director of Publisher Innovation, Digital Science, keynote speaker Stephen Curry, Professor of Structural Biology, Imperial College London and other expert speakers and panellists to discuss and, hopefully, find answers to these issues.

This full day seminar has a packed programme including panel discussions with industry experts in each session and plenty of opportunity to ask questions, share views and network at our drinks reception afterwards. Confirmed speakers include:

* Stephen Curry, Professor of Structural Biology, Imperial College London

* Jan Reichelt, Founder Mendeley

* John Hammersley, Founder Overleaf

* Nate Jenkins, Authorea

* Mathais Piipari, Manuscripts

* Mark Thorley, Nerc

* Neil Jefferies, Head of Innovation, Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford

* Simon Hodson, Dyad Board and CODATA

* James Harwood, Founder Penelope

* Andrew Preston, Publons

* Joris van Rossum, Founder Peerwith


For full programme, our speakers details and registration  please visit