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Luc Henry Oct 18
Last session of . ‘Rockstars’ panel as puts it.. Great way to conclude this event!
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kathi woitas Oct 18
Fernando Perez (UC Berkeley) on culture contrasts of Open Source vs Academia, resulting in problems in career paths, economic sustainability, governance, multi-stakeholder organizations
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Michaël Defferrard Oct 18
While software engineers are crucial to modern science, they aren't considered as such by academia. Another reason for industry being ahead? Slides from Jeannette Wing at
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Thomas Schmelzer Oct 17
I am at . Promising day ahead.
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Imaging@EPFL Oct 18
Great talk from 's Katie Bouman at the on what it took to the unseen 🔭
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Liza Oct 18
Thanks for providing this prestigious opportunity to celebrate how helped realise this wonderful project. Katie Bouman told us how it was more than just a team of scientists, but also a team of packages & the people behind them that achieved this!
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EPFL Open Science 13h
“By continuing this tradition of open and reproducible science, I know we’ll be able to continue doing things that may at first glance seem impossible.” - Katie Bouman on capturing the first picture of a black hole. Her full talk here:
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Liza Oct 18
Maria Leptin at the shares the results of asking what people think selective journals search for in manuscripts vs what they would search for. Encouraging to see that they 99% value scientific rigor over 3% author prestige!
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Juli Arancio | @Cassandreces@scholar.social Oct 18
Katie Bouman mentions all the open source software used for building the first image of a blackhole
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kathi woitas Oct 18
...and an attempt to overcome closed big data through new academic-industry cooperation model
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Patrick Koppenburg Oct 18
The European Science Cloud. Robert-Jan Smits: we should not make the same mistake with data as with publications. It should be a public responsibility, so we do not get charged by companies to access our own data. .
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Juli Arancio | @Cassandreces@scholar.social Oct 18
Publishers talk about charging 1k USD or more for publishing one paper and simultaneously advocate for SDGs, and I wonder if the knowledge gap (Africa 15% population 3% publications) shouldn't be a topic here
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Luc Henry Oct 20
Hiking with after the . Great conversation, beautiful scenery, delicious food. Looking forward to working together in the future! "I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship."
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Patrick Koppenburg Oct 18
was already in the missions of in the convention 65 years ago. Fabiola Gianotti.
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kathi woitas Oct 18
Once again the demand of sustainable research software development (Nicola Marzari, EPFL)
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Audrey Yeo Oct 18
Jeanette Wing, Columbia Uni, Opening our eyes about Industry v Academic view on value ... So much value listening to this prof !
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Yann « shalf » Heurtaux (不停) Oct 17
Pretty solid. Looking forward to learning from such crystal clear field feedbacks at tomorrow!
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Audrey Yeo Oct 18
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EPFL IC Oct 18
And now, let the drinks reception begin !
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Xurxo-Adrián Entenza Oct 18
What about Open Science at ? Presentation by Katrin Beyer and Nicola Marazi. Further information:
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