The European Association of Science Editors (EASE) is an internationally oriented community of individuals from diverse backgrounds, linguistic traditions and professional experience who share an interest in science communication and editing.

EASE / ISMTE joint meeting programme

Monday 23rd September
 

09.0009.15      Welcome and introduction

9.1510.00        Keynote lecture The future of peer review   Irene Hames, COPE, UK

10.0010.30      Coffee

10.3011.00    Plenary One  Tracking research engagement through usage and discussion   Cameron Neylon PLOS, UK

11.0012.30      Breakout sessions on reporting

                        Reporting using Editorial Manager  Michael Hambloch, Germany
                        Standard reports                              
                        Building your own reports
                        Postprocessing your reports in Excel 

                        Reporting using ScholarOne     Branimir Bojic, Serbia
                        Standard reports                              
                        Building your own reports
                        Postprocessing your reports in Excel 

                        Revisiting your housekeeping  Alice Ellingham, UK

12.3013.30      Lunch break

13.3014.00      Poster session

14.0014.15      ISMTE Society update  Glenn Collins, President ISMTE

14.1514.45      Plenary Two  Leadership in the Editorial Office   Steffen Pauly, Springer Heidelberg, Germany

14.4515.30     Breakout sessions Round 1
                           
Keeping on top of important topics: resources, professional development    Kristin Overstreet, USA
                            Dealing with difficult authors and editors   Gill Smith, UK
                            Liasing with editors and editorial board    Cate Livingstone,  Germany
                            Liasing with production    Katharina Kreissig, Springer Germany

15.3015.45      Coffee

15.4516.30     Breakout sessions Round 2
                            Keeping on top of important topics: resources, professional development    Kristin Overstreet, USA
                            Dealing with difficult authors and editors   Gill Smith, UK
                            Liasing with editors and editorial board    Cate Livingstone,  Germany
                            Liasing with production    Katharina Kreissig, Springer Germany

16.3017.15      ‘Speed dating/networking’ : A chance to meet the speakers and presenters in a less formal situation and put questions one-to-one

19.00                Conference dinner   Speaker: David Smith, The Scholarly Kitchen

 
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 Tuesday 24th September

09.0010.00   Plenary Three Trust and authority in scholarly communications in the light of the digital transition   Anthony Watkinson, London, UK

10.0010.30      Coffee

10.30-12.00       Parallel sessions

A: Gender policy    Moderator Shirin Heidari, Switzerland

B:  EASE Science Editors’ Handbook launch   Moderators  Pippa Smart, UK, Herve Maisonneuve, France, and Arjan Polderman, The Netherlands

12.0013.00      Lunch break

13.0013.45      Poster session  including brief presentations

13.4514.45      Plenary Four CrossRef developments and initiatives   Rachael Lammey, Oxford, UK  

14.4515.15      Coffee

15.1516.45      Parallel sessions

C: COPE Case Study Workshop  Moderators  Irene Hames, UK, Andre van Steirteghem, Belgium, and Mirjam Curno

D: Why editors should care about their journal websites  Chris Sterken and Pippa Smart

16.4517.00      Closing remarks   Joan Marsh, EASE President, and Glenn Collins, ISMTE President