Peter Kraker, PhD
Open Knowledge Maps
Dr. Peter Kraker is the founder and chairman of Open Knowledge Maps, a charitable non-profit dedicated to dramatically increasing the visibility of research findings for science and society alike. A long-time open science advocate, he is known for coining the term Open Methodology and for his leading role in creating The Vienna Principles – A Vision for Scholarly Communication in the 21st Century. Peter is a member of the GO FAIR executive board, coordinator of the GO FAIR Implementation Network on Discovery, and a core team member of the Open Science Network Austria (OANA). Prior to founding Open Knowledge Maps, Peter was a senior researcher at Know-Center, Austria’s leading research center for data-driven business and big data analytics, managing the topic of Open Science.
Open Knowledge Maps - Discovery for an Open Science
Abstract: With 3 million research papers published each year, discovery becomes increasingly difficult. Open Knowledge Maps is a revolutionary search engine that enables researchers, students, and practitioners to quickly identify relevant resources. Instead of long, unstructured lists of search results, we create visual overviews of research topics, so-called knowledge maps. On https://openknowledgemaps.org users can create knowledge maps based on 150+ million scientific outputs. Our services have been met with a lot of enthusiasm, and so far we have had more than half a million users from all around the world. In addition, we welcomed more than 1,500 participants in training events. Open Knowledge Maps is a charitable non-profit built on the principles of open science. All of our content, data and software are openly licensed, and we invite our members to co-create the platform with us, making it both community-driven and community-owned.
All Sessions by Peter Kraker, PhD
Dr Peter Kraker, Open Knowledge Maps: Open Knowledge Maps - Discovery for an Open Science
Panel discussion on the future vision of Open Science and EOSC, with participation of Dr Jelena Angelis (EFIS Centre), Dr Vilma Petrikaitė (professor at the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences), Valentas Gružauskas (PhD Candidate, Kaunas University of Technology), Dr Shalini Kurapati (Politecnico di Torino), Dr Santosh Ilamparuthi (TU Delft), Dr Peter Kraker (OK Maps), Dr Marta Teperek (TU Delft), Kristina Hettne (Leiden University)