Program

Open Innovation in Science (OIS) Research Conference 2024

Tuesday, May 21

▶ Paper session 1: Perspectives on science funding
May 21 | 10:00-11:30

Discussant: Anita McGahan

  • Paper 1: Attention and choice processes in crowdfunding of science
    Priscilla Serwaah, Nathanael Larigaldie, Jacob Lund Orquin, Lars Frederiksen
  • Paper 2: How does AI shape the productivity of science?
    Raffaele Mancuso, Federico Munari, Laura Toschi
  • Paper 3: Referee Serial Position Effects in Grant Funding Decisions
    Hanna Hottenrott, Lakshya Katariya, Cindy Lopes-Bento
  • Paper 4: Beyond Bibliometrics: The Use of Narrative Curriculum Vitae in Science Funding
    Stijn Kelchtermans, Cindy Lopes-Bento, Shin-Ren Pan

▶ Paper session 2: Zeroing in on the scientist I: Science commercialization
May 21 | 11:45-12:45

Discussant: Hans Berends

  • Paper 5: University scientists multiple goals achievement: Social capital and its impact on research performance and research commercialization
    Matthias Huegel
  • Paper 6: Industry Collaboration Patterns During (Future) Star Scientists’ Early Career
    Quentin Plantec, Pascal Le Masson, Benoit Weil

▶ Paper session 3: Zeroing in on the scientist II: Science dissemination and engagement
May 21 | 13:30-15:00

Discussant: Frank Piller

  • Paper 7: Redefining Scholarly Assessment: How Post-Publication Peer Review Practices Affect Academic Publishing
    Paolo V. Leone, Philipp Tuertscher
  • Paper 8: Exploring the Role of Social Media in the Diffusion of Research
    Yotam Sofer
  • Paper 9: Enhancing Relevance and Generativity in Management Research: Focusing Engaged scholarship and interactional expertise effects
    Anika Stephan, Philipp Bubenzer

▶ Paper session 4: Perspectives on Crowd Science
May 21 | 13:30-15:00

Discussant: Carolin Haeussler

  • Paper 10: Multi-disciplinary perspectives on crowd and citizen science – Synthesizing five “paradigms” of involvement
    Susanne Beck, Dilek Fraisl, Marion Poetz, Henry Sauermann
  • Paper 11: A beautiful mind: How different types of knowledge influence the novelty of crowdsourced research questions
    Susanne Beck, Egor Burda, Marion Poetz, Henry Sauermann
  • Paper 12: Emergent structures and roles in an online innovation community during a crisis: the case of OpenCovid19
    Olga Kokshagina, Camille Masselot, Marc Santolini

Wednesday, May 22

▶ Paper session 5: Openness in social science
May 22 | 09:30 – 10:30

Discussant: Theresa Norn

  • Paper 13: Innovating Open Science Methods for Qualitative Research
    Hans Berends, Julia Christis, Fleur Deken, Lukas Falcke, Eric Haynes, Philipp Tuertscher
  • Paper 14: Exploring Open Innovation in Science Through Identity Theory
    Veronika Kentošová, Agnieszka Radziwon

▶ OIS Debate 
May 22 | 13:30-15:00

Panelists:

  • Elaine Chew
  • Michael Doser
  • Chiara Franzoni
  • Muki Haklay
  • Markus Perkmann

▶ Paper session 6: Translating science
May 22 | 15:30-16:30

Discussant: Stijn Kelchtermans

  • Paper 15: How patents can stand on the shoulders of science: Impact of inventor publications and academic founders
    Yajing Li, Cornelia Lawson
  • Paper 16: Secrecy in OIS: Incomplete employment contracts for researchers and the transition from academic secrets to trade secrets
    Haakon Thue Lie
  • Paper 17: The Speed of Innovation: Transferring Science into Innovation
    Alexander Peter, Patrick Figge, Carolin Haeussler

Thursday, May 23

▶ OIS Cases and Applications 
May 23 | 09:30 – 11:00

  • Project 1: Amai! – What an amazing AI-dea! Implementing a Mission-Oriented Participatory Approach to Engage Citizens in the Development of Societal AI Applications
    Karen Verstraelen, Annelies Duerinckx, Jef Van Laer, Isaak Vandermaesen, Charlotte Vandooren, Michiel Vaes, Neena Singh, Pieter Duysburgh
  • Project 2: How can scientists assess the impact of their open innovation activities? »KTT Impact Canvas« for assessment of transfer activities taking crowdsourcing as an example
    Iliyana Madina, Anne Becker-Mironici, Carolin Bock, Emily Tapper, Malgorzata Thonagel
  • Project 3: An Open Model-Driven Approach for Holistic SDG-based Sustainability Assessment & Design (NextGenSustain)
    Theresa Lang, Gabriele Gramelsberger, Stefan Böschen, Bernhard Rumpe, Sandra Venghaus, Frank Piller
  • Project 4: Engaging a vulnerable population of people with lived bipolar disorder experience in a co-creation process of digital mental health services
    Linda Kokwaro, Helena Krüger, Stefanie Schreiter
  • Project 5: Tell Us! Medical Error
    Elisabeth Klager, Anna Teufel, Hannah Hausegger, Maria Kletecka-Pulker, Eva Schaden
  • Project 6: Digital Health Idea Competition: Collaboration of Patients and Young Researchers for Heart-Healthy Behavior Change
    Andreas Stainer-Hochgatterer, Mathieu Mahve-Beydokhti, Jan Smeddinck, Stefan Tino Kulnik, Rada Hussein, Christiane Grill

▶ Paper session 7: Inter- and transdisciplinary collaborations
May 23 | 11:15-12:45

Discussant: Cornelia Lawson

  • Paper 18: The Advantage of Local Search in a Shifting Innovation Landscape
    Shuping Wu, Michaël Bikard
  • Paper 19: Firm strategies for navigating open science collaborations
    Maria Theresa Norn, Irene Ramos-Vielba, Thomas Kjeldager Ryan
  • Paper 20: Is Open Science Inclusive Science? – Insights from Five STEM Research and Innovation Cases Conducted in an Open Innovation in Science Setting
    Claudia Werker, Marielle Feenstra, Gernot Pruschak
  • Paper 21: Tertius gaudens, iungens or both? Deepening onto brokerage behaviours among biomedical scientists
    Adrián A. Díaz-Faes, Óscar Llopis, Pablo D’Este

▶ Paper session 8: AI in science and innovation
May 23 | 11:15-12:45

Discussant: Philipp Tuertscher

  • Paper 22: Would Archimedes Shout “Eureka” If He Had Google? The Transformative Impact of Algorithms on the Innovation Process
    Hen Emuna, Hila Lifshitz-Assaf, Moran Lazar, Charles Ayoubi
  • Paper 23: Automation or Augmentation? Task Characteristics, Organizers’ Objectives, and AI Adoption in Crowd Science Projects
    Maximilian Koehler, Henry Sauermann
  • Paper 24: Opening the Box of PandorAI – The Relation between AI Usage in Interdisciplinary Student Innovation Programs and Collaboration with External Expertise
    Lauri Valtonen, Ole Werner, Jimmy Poulaillon, Dina Zimmermann, Giulia Gaddi
  • Paper 25: AI, AI On the Wall, Give the Most Creative Idea of them All!
    Fabrizio Dell’Acqua, Katherine Kellogg, Karim Lakhani, Hila Lifshitz-Assaf, Ethan Mollick, Steven Randazzo, Francois Candelon

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