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Project Officer - Open Access Publishing
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Works on improving and and maintaining CORE (http://core.ac.uk) FOSTER (http://fosteropenscience.eu) and Stories Of Change (http://storiesofchange.ac.uk). Once he was a Super Mario plumber.

Team: Lucas Anastasiou, Vaclav Bayer, Aristotelis Charalampous, Petr Knoth, Samuel Pearce, Nancy Pontika


07 May 2018

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Cancellieri, M., Pontika, N., Pearce, S., Anastasiou, L. and Knoth, P. (2017) Building scalable digital library ingestion pipelines using microservices, MTSR'17 : 11th International Conference on Metadata and Semantics Research, Tallin, Estonia

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Knoth, P., Anastasiou, L., Charalampous, A., Cancellieri, M., Pearce, S., Pontika, N. and Bayer, V. (2017) Towards effective research recommender systems for repositories, Open Repositories 2017


Cancellieri, M., Knoth, P. and Krznarich, E. (2017) COR(E)CID: Analysing the use of unique author identifiers in repositories via CORE to support the uptake of ORCID iDs, Poster at Open Repositories (OR2017), Brisbane, Australia

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Knoth, P., Cancellieri, M. and , d. (2016) Oxford vs Cambridge Contest: Collecting Open Research Evaluation Metrics for University Ranking, Demo at Open Repositories 2016, Dublin

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Pontika, N., Knoth, P., Cancellieri, M. and Pearce, S. (2016) Developing Infrastructure to Support Closer Collaboration of Aggregators with Open Repositories, LIBER Quarterly, 25, 4

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