When:
Tuesdays, 4:30-6pm









Where: Wharton Room, All Souls College. (Directions)

Seminar on Reproducibility and Open Research, TT18

With a large proportion of groundbreaking research now lying on or near the already-blurring boundaries between disciplines, the urgency of interaction and open communication is becoming more and more apparent. This seminar series will serve to promote the idea of transparent, accessible, and reproducible research in the natural sciences, social sciences, and the humanities. Our speakers come from a variety of academic disciplines to discuss their open and reproducible research practices. The need for open access in research and scholarship transcends departmental and disciplinary boundaries, and this series will focus on how these general principles can be adopted and adapted by researchers in a diverse range of fields. We look forward to acting as a forum for researchers from across Oxford and beyond to share and build upon pre-existing open knowledge work.

Wine and refreshments will be provided.

Schedule


24 April: Laura Nelson (Sociology and Anthropology, Northeastern University)
     Data Science with Meaning: Reproducibility and Replicability in the Interpretive Social Sciences

1 May: Martin Poulter (Wikimedia UK)
     The Convergence of Open: Open Access, Education, Data and Culture

8 May: Janet Pierrehumbert (Language Modeling, Oxford)
     Statistical Natural Language Processing in the Open Science Era

15 May: Aileen Fyfe (History, St. Andrews)
     'Open Access' in the Age of Print: Circulating the Royal Society's Publications, c.1750-1950

22 May: Laura Fortunato (Anthropology, Oxford)
     Effective Computing for Research Reproducibility

29 May: Philip Stark (Statistics, UC Berkeley)
    Preproducibility, Reproducibility, and Replicability: First Things First

5 June: Martin Eve (English and Humanities, Birkbeck)
     Open Access in the Humanities Disciplines

12 June: Ed Hawkins (Meteorology, Reading)
     Climate Visualisations and Data Rescue




Organizers


Lisa Lodwick (All Souls)
Jasmine Nirody (All Souls)