September 19-21, 2023
Bilbao, Spain
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Thursday, September 21 • 15:00 - 15:40
Map of Science: A UI for Open-Source Science - Alexy Khrabrov & Tim Bonnemann, IBM Research

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Open-Source Science (OSSci) is an initiative at NumFOCUS cofounded by IBM to bring together OSS developers and scientists in order to accelerate scientific discovery and solve the hardest issues facing humanity. OSSci was launched at SciPy 2022 and elaborated at OSPOCon North America in May 2023.

The Map of Open-Source Science (MOSS) – or Map of Science for short – is a researcher’s entry point in the world of OSS for science. The key nodes in that landscape are people, organizations and groups, areas of science, OSS used by each area of science, papers written with the help of the OSS, data run through the OSS, and AI models derived from the data by the OSS.

The map is interactive, and the underlying dataset is rich and queryable. What OSS tools does my group use that a partner university also uses? How do we differ? What data pipelines are we a part of? What national infrastructure initiatives are we taking advantage of? Who can we hire to speed things up and use image analysis to advance our research?

MOSS is an effort of its namesake Interest Group under OSSci at NumFOCUS. We work with partners such as IBM, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Sloan Foundation, UC Santa Cruz, and others to create a UX for OSS in Science. Come to this session to learn more and join the effort!


Alexy Khrabrov

Open Source Science Community Director, IBM Research
Alexy Khrabrov is the Open-Source Science Community Director at IBM Research. He previously was a Technical Ecosystem Development Lead at IBM Quantum, Chief Scientist at Nitro, an Australian public company, a software engineer at Amazon, and a co-founder and engineer at several Bay... Read More →
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Tim Bonnemann

Community Lead, Open-Source Science (OSSci), IBM Research
Tim Bonnemann is the Community Lead for Open-Source Science (OSSci), a global initiative by NumFOCUS that aims to accelerate scientific research through improved open source. He is a longtime community architect, builder, and manager with over 15 years of experience in the public... Read More →

Thursday September 21, 2023 15:00 - 15:40 CEST
Room 0D-2-0D-3 (Floor 0)
  Open AI & Data Forum
  • Audience Level Any