In celebration of Open Access Week 2011, the Georgia Institute of Technology Library will present two “Doing Science in the Open” lectures featuring open science advocate Michael Nielson Monday, Oct. 3.
Sponsored by the Library and the Georgia Tech School of Physics, “Doing Science in the Open” a conversation with Tech faculty. Limited seats are available and registration is required.
Nielsen’s lectures will focus on how mass online collaborations are being used to prove mathematical theorems. Additionally, he will discuss how online markets are allowing scientific problems to be outsourced and how online citizen science projects are enabling amateurs to make scientific discoveries.