SSP Annual Meeting 2020
With the theme of Rethink, Reimagine and Revolutionize the Future of Scholarly Communication, the 42nd SSP Annual Meeting will take place in Boston, USA from 27-29 May 2020.
Digital Science are delighted to be attending as an exhibitor and you will be able to find us at Booth 401. Do come along and visit us (exhibition floorplan here).
‘How to use publications and grants data in evaluating transformative agreements’.
Presented by Tyler Ruse, Director of Publisher Solutions at Digital Science
Date and time: Wednesday 27 May between 12:30 and 3:15 pm (exact time TBC – length of talk will be 45 mins).
‘New infrastructures for scholarly book publishing & innovation’.
Presented by Dimensions, part of the Digital Science portfolio, Stacy Konkiel, Director of Research Relations at Digital Science will be joined by Gunnar Sivertsen, NIFU and Patricia Feeney from Crossref to share projects that highlight the importance of community-led metadata infrastructure in enabling innovation. After short presentations from each panelist, there will be an interactive, guided discussion amongst panelists and audience on the role of shared infrastructure in enabling innovation in monograph publishing.
Date and time: TBC
Stacy Konkiel, Director of Research Relations, Digital Science
Stacy joined Digital Science in 2015, and works across Altmetric and Dimensions coordinating our efforts and external relationships with the scientometrics community. Her research interests include incentives systems in academia and informetrics, and Stacy has written and presented widely about altmetrics, Open Science, and library services. Previously, Stacy worked with teams at Impactstory, Indiana University & PLOS. You can learn more about Stacy at stacykonkiel.org.
Tyler Ruse, Director, Publisher Solutions
Tyler has more than 18 years of experience at the crossroads of publishing and technology, including product development, solution consulting, and sales engineering roles. Prior to joining Digital Science in early 2017, he was General Manager at LibreDigital, where he oversaw digital publishing solutions for book, magazine, and journal publishers. Tyler has also held senior positions at companies including Ingram, CodeMantra, and OCLC-NetLibrary. Through his career he has been a thought leader, speaking at industry events and participating in standards organizations including the IDPF and the BISG.
Tyler has a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism from the University of Colorado Boulder, and lives with his family in Austin, Texas. In his free time he enjoys cooking, brewing beer, playing tennis, and the Oxford comma.