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Report on the 
First IEEE Workshop on
The Future of Research Curation and 
Research Reproducibility


Download the final workshop report (PDF, 2 MB)

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Marriott Marquis, Washington, DC, USA
5-6 November 2016

National Science Foundation Award # 1641014

 

 

Steering Committee


Chair: John Bailleul, Boston University
 
Larry Hall, University of South Florida       Jose M.F. Moura, Carnegie Mellon
Sheila Hemami, Draper Labs Gianluca Setti, University of Ferrara
Michael Forster, IEEE Gerry Grenier, IEEE
Fran Zappulla, IEEE John Keaton, IEEE

Download the final workshop report (PDF, 2 MB)

The first IEEE workshop on the future of research curation and research reproducibility was held on 5-6 November in Washington, DC, USA. 

The workshop brought together stakeholders including researchers, funders, and notably, leading science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) publishers. The overarching objective was a deep dive into new kinds of research products and how the costs of creation and curation of these products can be sustainably borne by the agencies, publishers, and researcher communities that were represented by workshop participants. The steering committee presents the findings of the two-day workshop in the 93-page report (PDF, 2 MB).