Open Repositories Conference 2024

The 19th International Conference on Open Repositories, June 3-6th 2024, Göteborg, Sweden

The conference is over!

The conference is now over and we are so pleased with all contributions and efforts put in from everyone to make the conference a wonderful event. Thank you!

We will add recordnings from keynotes and some final remarks to the website before we officially hand over to Chicago and https://or2025.openrepositories.org.

All particpants will soon get a post-conference email, please keep an eye out for that!

Most welcome to Open repositories 2024!

The local host committee warmly welcomes all participants to Gothenburg and Open Repositories 2024! We have 420 registered attendees, with 279 signed up for the workshop day. The event will feature 11 workshops, 32 posters, and 130 presentations, lightning talks, and panels.

We are truly looking forward to seeing you all!

OR2024 Local Host Committee

Registration closed

The registration is closed and we have reached 420 particpants and 279 have signed up for the workshop day.

We wish you all very welcome to Gothenburg and Open Repositories 2024!

Co-located events

Want to stay longer and engage in community meetings after the conference? In direct connection to the conference on Thursday, two co-located events take place. It’s the COAR Annual Conference 2024: Anticipating the Repository of the Future and  Fedora User Group Meeting.

Find out more on the OR co-located events page.

Keynote speaker Gustav Nilsonne

Let us introduce our keynote speaker Gustave Nilsonne!

Gustav Nilsonne is associate professor of neuroscience at Karolinska Institutet, Sweden. His work is largely in metascience: assessing and improving the transparency and reproducibility of research.

Gustav is a long-standing advocate for open science and is a senior advisor to the Swedish National Data Service.

Early bird registration is open until March 15th.

keynote speaker Gustav Nilsonne

Gustav Nilsonne

Keynote speaker Monica Granados

We are proud to present one of our key note speakers, Dr. Monica Granados!

Dr. Monica Granados has a PhD in ecology from McGill University. While working on her PhD, Monica discovered incentives in academia promote practices that make knowledge less accessible and has since devoted her career to working in the open science space in pursuit of making knowledge more equitable and accessible.

She has worked on open knowledge initiatives with Mozilla, PREreview and the Government of Canada. Monica is now an Assistant Director at Creative Commons working on the Open Climate Campaign promoting open access of climate and biodiversity research.

Early bird registration is open until March 15th.

Dr. Monica Granados

Dr. Monica Granados

Registration is now open

We are delighted to announce that registration for the 19th International Conference on Open Repositories (OR2024) is now available! The conference will take place from June 3rd to 6th, 2024, at the Clarion Post Hotel in Gothenburg, Sweden. The conference theme is “Empowering Global Progress.”

Early bird registration is open from February 15th until March 15th, with regular price registration available from March 16th to May 3rd.
For more information about registration, please visit the registration page.

Welcome to Gothenburg, Sweden!

Parts of the local host committee wishes you welcome

Call for proposals has ended

We would like to thank everyone for all proposals submitted and for contributing to Open Repositories 2024!

The review process will now take place and all submitters will be notified by mid-February.

Programme Co-Chairs

  • Emily Bongiovanni, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Urban Andersson, Chalmers University of Technology
  • Nora Mulvaney, Toronto Metropolitan University

Contact:  or24-program-chairs@googlegroups.com

Hotel Post Drottningporten, main conference hall.

Extended call for proposals deadline to 12 January 2024

The new deadline for proposals is 12 January 2024 23:59:59 CET (GMT+1)

The theme for the conference is: Empowering Global Progress.

Please visit the Call for Proposals page to learn more about the sub-themes and submission categories of the conference, including a full list of submission templates and key dates for submission deadlines and approvals.

Welcome with your proposal!

Programme Co-Chairs

  • Emily Bongiovanni, Carnegie Mellon University
  • Nora Mulvaney, Toronto Metropolitan University
  • Urban Andersson, Chalmers University of Technology

Contact: or24-program-chairs@googlegroups.com

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