Nicolo Pierini

Nicolo Pierini

Taylor and Francis

    Nicolo Pierini works with institutions and consortia across Europe for the development of Open Access publishing with Taylor & Francis. Passionate about Open Research and how to find ways to bring academic research to the public, his long-term goal is drawing a strategy with authors and librarians to identify the best practices on how to make results of academic research understandable to the public. Graduated in Law, his other great passions are Jazz and Blues music, which he tries to pursue by playing the piano in various venues around Europe.

    All Sessions by Nicolo Pierini

    Chapter III: Ljubljana 24/11/2017
    12:10 - 12:30

    Sponsor Talk: Open Research: Make An Impact!

    Taylor & Francis is committed to working with institutions and authors to open their research, thereby achieving maximum impact. In this presentation, Nicolo’ Pierini, Open Access Executive, will outline the advantages of Open Research for all stakeholders. Nicolo will present a variety of academic, public and policy-related benefits of open science, including examples of how this has worked at Taylor & Francis. He will also discuss the Conversion Project, highlighting our experience so far of converting journals to full open access.

    Chapter IX: Budapest 15/11/2018
    11:10 - 11:30

    Sponsor Talk: Ideas for Knowledge Democratization

    30 million daily news updates are published every day. 40 million social media posts are published every hour. How can relevant knowledge reach 21st-century learners through all this information? How will policymakers, practitioners, and members of the public hear about the reliable information they need to make evidence-based decisions? It is not enough for research just to be open. It also needs to find its way to those who can make use of it, in a format that meets their needs. We’ll be looking at new opportunities for researchers, libraries, and publishers to work together for one of the sometimes forgotten goals of the open science movement: helping research solve today’s real-world problems.

    Chapter X: Vienna 16/11/2018
    14:25 - 14:40

    Research data is worth sharing

    Data sharing presents a multitude of opportunities for research, making it more transparent and reproducible, and ensuring credit is given to the researcher behind the data. But many scholars are worried about sharing their data, with concerns around confidentiality, or that their data will be “scooped”. In this session, we’ll be exploring the opportunities and challenges of data sharing, our policies at Taylor & Francis, and other new open scholarship initiatives.

    Chapter XVIII: Budapest 17/9/2019
    08:40 - 09:00

    Sponsor Talk: The Bigger Impact Picture

    What the impacts of scholarly research should be, and how they can be measured, are increasingly important questions for researchers, their institutions, and funders. In this session we'll be exploring the range of insights publishers can make available to help the community to answer these questions and to maximise research impact.

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