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The following contains a condensed view of the main stakeholders in M33. This is intended to serve as an instrument for the definition of the final demos and for the final exploitation plan. We have included only those stakeholders which are considerably definite in terms of tangible exploitation opportunities. As a consequence, the resulting list is much more concise. We have organized the stakeholders in four main categories, according to their role from a market-oriented perspective: Potential Clients, understood as who will pay for a product or service, End Users, who will ultimately benefit from them, and Drivers and Channels, who will facilitate adoption of the results. Overall stakeholder structured is summarized in the figure below.

Potential Clients

Category

Example target organization/area

Commercial Publishers

Elsevier (open access if author pays)

 

Nature publishing (open access if author pays)

 

IOS Press (open access if author pays)

 

PubMed (subset open access)

 

APA (some journals open access)

Open Access Publishers

BioMedCentral

 

Gigascience

 

PLoS

 

SAO/NASA ADS

 

Digital Science
    Related products: FigShare, ReadCube, LabGuru

 

eLIFE

 

F1000 Research

 

Push

Social Networks for Researchers

ResearchGate

 

Mendeley

Digital Libraries and Institutional and Discipline Repositories

British Library

 

Biblioteca Nacional de España

 

Library of Congress

 

Others

Corporate

Knowledge Management

Broadcasting and media

Content Management

Note: In a SKA meeting one of the SKA Office members pointed that workflows technologies would be of interest for system engineering of large projects, like e.g. SKA. I am not sure on where to insert this.

End Users

Lourdes

Category

Subcategory/example

Scientists and Researchers

Astronomers

 

Biologists

 

Astro and Bioinformaticians

 

Scientific programmers and developers

 

Other Sciences and researchers

Librarians

Archivists

 

Curators

 

Other librarian roles?

Technology Researchers

Semantic Web & Linked Data

 

Provenance & e-Science

 

Scientific workflows

 

Scholarly Communication and Digital Libraries

Teachers

PhD Students

 

High-school

 

Schools

Outreach specialists

Citizen Science

 

 

Public Citizens:
Note: I think that Galaxy Zoo contains two different stakeholders:
the Galazy Zoo team, that could use this is an outreach tool, e.g.
building themselves the workflows, and the interested citizens,
who could be interested independently of Galaxy Zoo project. So
we should separate them and that's why I have included G Zoo in 
a new section called Outreach Specialist.

Astronomy (Galaxy Zoo) 

 

Bio (?)

 

Others?

Drivers and Channels

Category

Subcatergory

Examples

e-Infrastructure software & service developers

Digital Libraries and Data centres

International Virtual Observatory Alliance (IVOA)
European Bioinformatics Institute
Data Integration and Stewardship Centre (DISC)

 

EU infrastructure and projects

EGI, ESFRI's ELIXIR, SKA, (SKA is not an EU or infrastructure project) BioVel, RD-Connect, TranCYST
Should ER-Flow be here?

 

Digital library and preservation projects

SCAPE, dataNET, OpenPhacts

 

Open source community

BOSC Open Bioinformatics Foundation

 

Other projects?
Here we can list big-data projects, maybe CERN is an example?

SKA

Standards and community bodies

Digital Curation and Preservation organisations

Open Archives Initiative, UKOLN,  Digital Curation Centre (DCC), The Coalition for Networked Information, CODATA, KNOS, CrossRef: Datacite, ORCID, OAIS-ORE, Software Sustainability Institute (SSI)

 

Astronomy interop standards

IVOA InterOp and Exec
IAU Meeting of Commission 5, WG Virtual Observatories, Data Centers & Networks

 

Bio Centres

Netherlands Bioinformatics Centre (NBIC)

 

Technical

Health Care Life Sciences and Library Linked Data, W3C Provenance WG

 

Open Science movements and projects

Open Knowledge Foundation, Open Society Institute, OpenScienceSummit

 

"Institutions offering jobs and funds"

NSF**
STFC? ***

Funding Councils and Policy makers

National, European, International

BIS, RCUK, JISC; CICYT, CDTI, CSIC
ICT programme, Horizon2020
NSF, OECD
ERC policy makers

 

Scholarly societies

ISCB

**

NSf changed the rules for funds: http://www.library.illinois.edu/lsdata/news/nsfbiosketch.html

The National Science Foundation has announced changes to its Grant Proposal Guidelines, which take effect January 2013.  One of the significant changes is related to Biographical Sketches.  The "Publications" section has been changed to "Products," which means that datasets can be included along with publications and other research products.

NSF describes the change as:

"Chapter II.C.2.f(i)(c), Biographical Sketch(es), has been revised to rename the "Publications" section to "Products" and amend terminology and instructions accordingly. This change makes clear that products may include, but are not limited to, publications, data sets, software, patents, and copyrights."

***
I compiled this for my talk on Love for Science or Academic Prostitution

Summary of main Wf4Ever products and services

myExperiment
RO portal
RO manager
ROBox
Workflow-RO Transformation
Workflow Runner
Workflow Abstraction
Recommenders
CollabSpheres
Checklists & Stability
AstroTaverna
Models (RO ontologies)
Workflows

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