The Future of Scientific Knowledge Discovery in Open Networked Environments:
A National Workshop

Washington, DC, March 10-11, 2011

Board on Research Data and Information in collaboration with Computer Science and Telecommunications Board National Academy of Sciences

Day 1: Workshop

Venable, LLP, 8 West Conference Center
Capitol Room
575 7th Street, NW, Washington, DC

I. Opening Session
Session Chair: John King, University of Michigan
8:30 I.a Chair’s Welcoming Remarks John King, University of Michigan
8:40 I.b Opening Remarks by the Project Sponsors Sylvia Spengler and Alan Blatecky, Nat’l Science Foundation
9:00 I.c Keynote: An Overview of the State of the Art Tony Hey, Microsoft Research
II. Experiences with Developing Open Scientific Knowledge Discovery Environments and Using Them—Case Studies and Lessons Learned
    Session Chair: Sara Graves, University of Alabama at Huntsville

II.a Experiences with developing open scientific knowledge discovery in research and applications

Case studies:

- International online astronomy research

Alberto Conti, Space Telescope Sci. Institute

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