Speaker - Juan Pablo Alperin

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Juan Pablo Alperin is a third year doctoral student in the Stanford School of Education as well as a researcher and systems developer with the Public Knowledge Project. He holds a Bachelors degree in Computer Science and a Masters in Geography from the University of Waterloo, Canada. In the last five years, Juan has delivered workshops for journal editors all over Latin America with a focus on promoting Open Access to scholarship, has been an invited speaker at numerous international conferences on scholarly publishing, continues to work on the award-winning software Open Journal Systems (OJS), and was the lead developer on the recently released Open Monograph Press (OMP). While at Stanford, Juan is focused on understanding the effects of Open Access in Latin America, where over 90% of research is made freely available to the public. When not trying to revolutionize academic publishing, Juan gets busy traveling, baking cakes, or winning at bocce.

1 Program

Open Access Publishing: Future of Scientific Peer Review

10.19.12 | 01:28:10 min | 0 comments