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Future Proof V

Organització del V Congrés internacional sobre arxius de ciència, Barcelona (Institut d'Estudis Catalans), 6-8 maig 2009

Wednesday 6 May


09.15-10.00        Registration


10.00-10.30       "Welcome and introductions"
Salvador Giner, president de l'Institut d'Estudis Catalans
Bonaventura Bassegoda, vicerector de Transferència Social i Cultural, UAB
Peter Harper, NCUACS, University of Bath


10.30-11.00       "Science archives in Spain and Catalonia: agents and issues"
Xavier Roqué, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona


11.00-11.30        Break


11.30-12.00       "CSIC (Spanish National Research Council) archival collections: from looking after the scientific records of the past to preserving the records of the science of today for the future"
Agnès Ponsati, CSIC, Madrid


12.00-13.00       "Scientific Archives and Historians of Science: An overview of the case of Portugal"
Henrique Leitão and Luis Miguel Carolino, Centro de História das Ciências, Universidade de Lisboa


13.00-14.20        Lunch


14.20-14.50       "Medical heritage at the museum in Barcelona: papers, pictures, periodicals and instruments"
Alfons Zarzoso, Museu d’Història de la Medicina de Catalunya


14.50-15.50       "Accession to Access: born digital archives in the Wellcome Library for the History and Understanding of Medicine"
Jennifer Haynes, Archives and Manuscripts Manager, Wellcome Library, London
Dave Thompson, Digital Curator, Wellcome Library, London
Presentation PDF


15.50-16.20        Break


16.20-16.50       "The records of pharmacological research in Polish archives, in particular the Archives of the Institute of Pharmacology of the Polish Academy of Sciences"
Anna Krzemińska, State Archives in Czestochowa, Institute of Pharmacology of the Polish Academy of Sciences


16.50-17.20       "Curioza in archives, a reason for pride or unnecessary burden?"
Julia Dziwoki, Hanna Krajewska, Archives Polish Academy of Sciences


 


19.00-20.00       Reception at Palau Moja (Portaferrissa, 1)
Hble. Sr. Joan Manuel Tresserras i Gaju, Conseller de Cultura i Mitjans de Comunicació de la Generalitat de Catalunya




Thursday 7 May 2009


09.30-10.00       "From Lab to Limbo? Access and the documentary heritage of science, and the attitudes, role and responsibilities of records creators and information management professionals now and for the future (a view from Cambridge)"
Sandra Marsh, British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK


10.00-10.30       "The archive of astronomer Sir Fred Hoyle: an access-orientated processing project at St John’s College Cambridge"
Katie Birkwood, St John's College Library, Cambridge


10.30-11.00       "Advocacy and outreach at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center Archives and History Office"
Jean Deken, SLAC Archives and History Office
Presentation PDF


11.00-11.30        Break


11.30-12.00       "Tread softly for you tread on peoples´ lives, or how to secure the memory of an institution while not appearing as a gravedigger"
Maria Asp and Anne Miche de Malleray, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm


12.00-12.30       "Archives, Family and Affectivity"
Marie Dominique Mouton, Université de Paris X


12.30-13.00       "Never the twain shall meet? Personal papers of scientists and institutional archives"
Polly Parry, Natural History Museum, London


13.00-14.20        Lunch


14.20-16.00       Guided tour of the history of medicine site including the fifteenth century hospital de la Santa Creu (now the National Library of Catalonia)
Teresa Huguet, CSIC, Barcelona


20.00                  Conference dinner Restaurant Attic (Rambles, 120)


 


Friday 8 May 2009


09.30-10.00       "Developments in scientific archives in the Netherlands"
Godelieve Bolten, NoordsHolland Archief, Haarlem


10.00-10.30       "AGDA -from pilot projects to establishing a national digital academic archive for Swedish universities"
Eli Hjorth Reksten, Linköpings universitet, Sweden
Presentation PDF


10.30-11.00       "The ICA (International Council on Archives)/CSRD (Committee on Preservation and Access to Scientific and Research Data) project on handling of records of science"
Renata Arovelius, Swedish Agricultural Sciences University, Uppsala
Presentation PDF


11.00-11.30        Break


11.30-13.00        Panel discussion of conference themes/ Formal closing of conference
Joanna Corden, Royal Society London
Marion Kazemi, Max Planck Gesellschaft Berlin
Sébastien Soubiran, University of Strasbourg


13.00-14.20        Lunch


15.00-16.00        Visit: Arxiu Històric de la Ciutat de Barcelona (Santa Llúcia, 1)




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