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Day 0 - Sunday 9th October

15:00

Pre-event Walking Tour of Berlin

Meeting Point: Hotel NH Collection Berlin Friedrichstrasse

Day 1 - Monday 10th October

 

Gallery

Room 4

Room 1

9:00-9:30

Registration/Coffee

Hall

Registration/Coffee

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Registration/Coffee

Hall 

9:30-9:45

Welcome

Thomas Jørgensen, Director Product Management, Elsevier

Gino Ussi, Executive Vice President RSS, Elsevier

  

9:45-10:30

Keynote
What Funders Want —  A view from either side or both sides of the fence!

Dr. Alicia Greated, Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom; Lesley Thompson, Director Academic and Government Strategic Alliance, Elsevier

  

10:30- 11:00

Coffee Break

Hall 

Coffee Break

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Coffee Break

Hall 

11:00-11:45

Current trends in Open Access from the user groups

Moderator: Manya Buchan, Product Manager, Elsevier;
User Group Panelists: Sidse Louise Schelde, Roskilde University, Denmark; Anne Sunikka, Aalto University, Finland; Anna Collins, University of East Anglia, United Kingdom; Dr. Fiona Neilson, Monash University, Australia

20-minute lightning sessions

How the Pure team works? Product development, implementation and how things get done in Aalborg

Brian Kirkegaard Lunn, Senior Product Manager, Elsevier

Overview of content types in Pure

Malene Knudsen, Head of Pure Support, Elsevier

 

11:45-12:30

Data quality issues associated with migrating to Pure

Steven Van den Berghe, Vrije Universiteit, Belgium

Progress in the implementation of the OpenAIRE Guidelines for CRIS Managers

Jochen Schirrwagen, Universität Bielefeld, Germany

Profile refinement services, portals and the Fingerprint Engine

Jorg Hellwig, Matt Walker, Customer Consultants, Elsevier

12:30-13:30

Lunch

Hall 

Lunch

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Lunch

Hall 

13:30-14:15

Implementing Pure to achieve a researcher-centric future

Jane Holt, Monash University, Australia

Snowball metrics workshop

Anna Clements, University of St. Andrews, United Kingdom; Sophie Collet, University of Bristol, United Kingdom; Nicholas Blease, Queen´s University Belfast, United Kingdom; Jonathan Greer, Queen´s University Belfast, United Kingdom; Katrine Düring Davidsen, Aarhus University, Denmark; Pernille Grøngaard, Aarhus University, Denmark; Adrian Price, University of Copenhagen, Denmark; Poul Meier Melchiorsen, Aalborg University, Denmark

In-depth Pure demo

Johannes Ferber, Solutions Sales Manager, Elsevier

14:15-15:30

Importing OCLC WorldCat data into Pure to enhance humanities profiles: a case study from the University of Illinois

Rebecca Bryant, OCLC Research, USA; William Ingram, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA; Beth Sandore Namachchivaya, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

Switching to Pure: Case studies from new customers

Tiago Guedes, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal; Victoria Platt, University of Roehampton, United Kingdom; Helen Kardinaal-de Mooij, Solutions Sales Manager, Elsevier

15:30- 16:00

Coffee Break

Hall 

Coffee Break

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Coffee Break

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16:00-16:45

More than a thesis: Using Pure to record and promote the doctoral experience

John McCaffery, University of Dundee, Scotland

Implementation and integration of Pure at University Medical Center Groningen coordinated by…. the library!

Iris van Schaik, University Medical Center Groningen, The Netherlands

Building a business case for Pure

James Toon; Oonagh Creane, Tender Manager, Elsevier

16:45-17:45

Pure Road Map

Claus Christensen, Head of Pure Product Development, Elsevier

  

18:30-19:00

Happy Hour at Restaurant Nolle

  

19:00-22:00

Dinner at Restaurant Nolle

 

Day 2 - Tuesday 11th October

 

Gallery

Room 4

Room 1

9:00-9:30

Registration/Coffee

Hall 

Registration/Coffee

Hall 

Registration/Coffee

Hall 

9:30-9:45

Welcome

JC Heyneke, SVP Business Development and Strategy, Elsevier 

  

9:45-10:15

Keynote
Research Data Management: "Beyond Compliance"

Wouter Haak, VP Research Data Management, Elsevier

  

10:15-11:00

North American User Group Founding Members: Case studies of Pure at North American Universities

Ruth Allee, Northwestern University, USA; Jan Fransen, University of Minnesota, USA; Rebecca Bryant, OCLC Research, USA; Rebecca Hall, Houston Methodist Hospital, USA

Master Class – Bulk it the Pure way: The easy way to optimize your migrated activities to the new activity model

Brian Kirkegaard Lunn, Senior Product Manager, Elsevier

20-minute lightning sessions

Using Scopus, SciVal and Pure at Lancaster University

Claire Tinker-Mill, Lancaster University, United Kingdom

Using Web of Science data in Pure at Tilburg University

Jola Prinsen, Tilburg University, The Netherlands; Petra Dickhaut, Tilburg University, The Netherlands

11:00-11:30

Coffee Break

Hall 

Coffee Break

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Coffee Break

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11:30-12:15

Riding the Wave: Pure, SciVal and responsible use of research metrics at the University of Birmingham

Karen Clews, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

Master Class – Part 1: Pure searching - Become a Pure search specialist

Claus Poulsen, Pure Trainer/Support, Elsevier

Part 2: Master your data – How to clean up masterdata

Claus Poulsen, Pure Trainer/Support, Elsevier

Using the Pure Portal to enhance visibility of research output of a modern university (Case study of Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russia)

Yulia Falkovich, Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russia

12:15-13:15

Lunch

Hall 

Lunch

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Lunch

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13:15-14:00

20-minute lightning sessions

The integration of research information systems with existing university processes

Thibaut Lery, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Academic reporting in Germany – reflections on current developments

Barbara Ebert, DINI Working Group on Research Information Systems, Germany

Topic: Is Pure a Repository?

Anna Clements, University of St Andrews Library; Heather Whitehouse, Aston University; Helen Newnham, University of Bristol

20-minute lightning sessions

Unique identifiers (UIDs) as match keys between Pure and SciVal

Dicte Madsen, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark; Heidi Holst Madsen, Copenhagen University Library, Denmark

PhD Dissertation submission in Pure at Aalborg University

Anne Lyhne Høj, Aalborg University, Denmark; Anne Marya Greve, Aalborg University, Denmark

14:00-14:45

20-minute lightning sessions

Project information in Pure: Balancing between necessary management information and showcasing research results on the one hand and easing the administrative burden for researchers

Richard de Waard, Utrecht University, The Netherlands; Jossie van Til-Duijsters, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Using an online FAQ to leverage helpdesk efficiency and build a Pure community on TU/e campus

Nick Veenstra, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

Master Class – Make Me into a Pure Metric Mastermind

Malene Knudsen, Head of Pure Support, Elsevier

20-minute lightning sessions

Pure and SciVal: A powerful combination

Ellen Fest, Wageningen University, The Netherlands

Registration of teaching activities in Pure

Frederik Voetmann Christiansen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark; Anne Lyhne Høj, Aalborg University, Denmark; Sidse Schelde, Roskilde University, Denmark; Camilla Rump, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

14:45-15:15

Coffee Break

Hall 

Coffee Break

Hall 

Coffee Break

Hall 

15:15-16:00

20-minute lightning sessions

The Implementation of the Award Management Tool at the University of Vienna

Barbara Leitner, University of Vienna, Austria; Christian Buchmayer, University of Vienna, Austria

Tactics for Incentivizing Faculty and Physicians to Use Pure

Rebecca Hall, Houston Methodist Hospital & Research Institute, USA

Master Class – Part 1: Track it down – Tips on Pure reporting

Malene Knudsen, Head of Pure Support, Elsevier

Part 2: Pure visualization – Make a dashing visualization of your data

Claus Poulsen, Pure Trainer/Support, Elsevier

Pure webservices: Interoperability and applications

Masud Khokhar, Lancaster University, United Kingdom; Antony Corfield, Aberystwyth University, United Kingdom

16:00-16:30

Closing Comments

John Walker, Director of Strategy, Research Management, Elsevier

  

17:00-18:30

Casual Drink Reception

Location TBA