Resources

Video Library

Explore ICSTI’s collection of virtual event recordings, including presentations from our members and from invited guest speakers. Videos from ICSTI-exclusive events are hosted by ICSTI member TIB on their A/V Portal.


From Papers to Knowledge: Representing Scholarly Contributions in the Open Research Knowledge Graph (ORKG), 2022

Dr. Oliver Karras, data scientist at TIB – Leibniz Information Center for Science and Technology, shared a presentation on the Open Research Knowledge Graph (ORKG) at the April 2022 ICSTI Exchanges event on data visualization and knowledge representation. The ORKG is a tool that structures scholarly knowledge such as publications into a graph form, making it both human- and machine-actionable, which fosters collaboration and interdisciplinarity and makes research FAIR.

Enterprise Knowledge Graphs, 2022

Dr. David Meza, senior data scientist at NASA provided an overview of his creation of the Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Tasks, and Technology (KSATT) knowledge graph for NASA at the April 2022 ICSTI Exchanges event on data visualization and knowledge representation. The KSATT graph uses visualizations to help provide insights into the existing knowledge, skills, and competencies of NASA’s workforce, and gaps in the same that can be filled through training or new hires.

Visualization in Machine Learning, 2022

Dr. Min Chen, professor of scientific visualization at the University of Oxford’s Department of Engineering Science, shared a presentation on recent developments in visualization techniques for machine learning and the information-theoretical reasoning for using visualizations in machine learning workflows at the April 2022 ICSTI Exchanges event on data visualization and knowledge representation.

AI-aided Diagnosis and Deep Learning Imaging in Medicine, 2022

Dr. Kenji Suzuki, professor and director of Biomedical Artificial Intelligence Research Unit at the Tokyo Institute of Technology's Institute of Innovative Research, presented his work on AI-aided diagnosis and deep learning imaging in medicine at the January 2022 ICSTI Exchanges event on artificial intelligence and machine learning use cases.

AI and Science Communication, 2022

Dr. George Tsatsaronis and Dr. Marius Doornenbal, vice president of data science, research content operations, and distinguished engineer, respectively, at Elsevier, shared an overview of Elsevier's use of artificial intelligence to support science communication at the January 2022 ICSTI Exchanges event on artificial intelligence and machine learning use cases. The presentation included a closer look at Elsevier's free topic pages product as well as work to extract and link funding information.

Semantic Scholar, 2022

Alex Wade, director of strategic partnerships at the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence (AI2), shared details on the creation and functionality of Semantic Scholar, an AI-driven platform for scientific discovery communication at the January 2022 ICSTI Exchanges event on artificial intelligence and machine learning use cases.

Pandemic Implications for the Future of Scientific Communication & Collaboration, 2021

In collaboration with FORCE11 and other groups, ICSTI helped to organize the FORCE2021: Joining Forces to Advance the Future of Scholarly Communications virtual conference. ICSTI invited Dr. Anindita Bhadra, Associate Professor and Associate Dean of International Outreach at IISER Kolkata, to give the final keynote presentation. In her keynote, Dr. Bhadra discussed the impact and future implications of pandemic-driven changes on researchers and their communication and collaboration practices.

We encourage you to explore all of the FORCE2021 conference recordings, including keynotes from Dr. Shamila Nair-Bedouelle of UNESCO and Dr. Leslie Chan of the University of Toronto Scarborough, as well as panel and deep dive sessions on topics such as open infrastructure governance, research data publication ethics, bibliodiversity, and more.

DataON - National Research Data Platform for Open Science in Korea, 2021

Sungho Shin, principal researcher and head of the DataON Development Team at the Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI), overviewed the development and functionality of the DataON platform in a presentation to ICSTI members at ICSTI’s 2021 General Assembly Members’ Fair on Open Data.

Interoperabling ISSN Data, 2021

Dr. Gaëlle Béquet, director of the ISSN International Centre, shared an inside look at the ISSN network and ISSN portal with a focus on efforts to enhance ISSN data quality through interoperability in a presentation to ICSTI members at ICSTI’s 2021 General Assembly Members’ Fair on Open Data.

NFDI National Research Data Infrastructure, 2021

Dr. Oliver Koepler, head of lab linked scientific knowledge at TIB – Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology and University Library, detailed the motivation, challenges, and vision behind the ongoing development of the German National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI) in a presentation to ICSTI members at ICSTI’s 2021 General Assembly Members’ Fair on Open Data.

Open Science in the Canadian Federal Government, 2021

Alex Freeland, director of information management and library services at National Research Council Canada (NRC), shared an inside look at the drivers and development of open science policies in the Canadian federal government in a presentation to ICSTI members at ICSTI’s 2021 General Assembly Members’ Fair on Open Data.