Looking back in images on Berlin7
Near 200 people took part in the Berlin 7 Conference in Paris, Dec. 2-4, 2009. A little flashback through a few images on three emblematic sessions.
On the Air
If you couldn’t make it to Paris, take note that the Berlin 7 conference will be filmed and brodcasted live on Canalc2
It will also be available a few days later on Canal-U.tv
Get together and aperitif
The organization committee is pleased to invite all the conference attendees to a get together and aperitif on the river "la Seine", Wednesday Dec. 2nd, at 7:00 pm. Some comments will be given on the Famous Parisian monuments during this short cruise on (...)
Interview of Laurent Romary, Chairman of the session "e-Infrastructures supporting Open Access to e-Science data"
By what means does Open Access to scientific results also deals with such specialized infrastuctures?
The challenge for research (...)
The deadline for registration is dramatically approaching, just a few days ahead of the Berlin 7 Conference’s Opening Session !
Take advantage of the remaining time and register yourself before Nov. 25th.
Hoping to see you in Paris very (...)
Call for Posters!
There won’t be any poster session as such in the stream of the Berlin 7 Conference - but there will be a dedicated space, next to the conference hall, to display a selection of posters related to Open Access.
Propositions can be received until November (...)
Session 3 – Economy
Publishers & access
The session "Open access, scientific and economic stakes" will meet the advocates and critics of open access. In 2006, a study conducted for the European commission showed that the scientific journal publishing industry did not adopt a particularly (...)
Interview of Pierre Bérard, committee chairman.
What general objectives have been set by the Berlin Open Access conference?
The objective is two-fold: to take stock of the progress achieved and to consider how to secure more involvement from the different (...)
Register online now!
Register before October 20, 2009, and benefit of the ’early’ conference fee - 200 € instead of 300 €.
News from INRIA
Berlin7 is on its way
The international follow-up conference to the Berlin Declaration will be held in France (Paris) for the first time. INRIA (the French national institute for research in computer science and control) was chosen by the signatory establishments of the French (...)
INRIA & the Max Planck Society, on behalf of the Organization Committee, warmly welcomes all attendees of the Berlin 7 Conference in Paris, France. The Berlin 7 Conference is hosted at the Paris-Sorbonne University, under the patronage of the Ministry (...)
Pierre Bérard, committee chairman
Professor Pierre Bérard is designed chairman of the committee program.
Pierre Bérard is a professor of Mathematics at Université Joseph Fourier (Grenoble, France) since 1985. He works on differential geometry and global analysis. He has also published on IT (...)