On the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the URFIST Network, we were invited to present the NETCONF project, which is one of the 6 projects selected and funded in the wave of calls for projects launched in 2018 by the Scientific and Technological Information (STI) network.

The day was held at the École des Chartes in Paris on 16 June 2022. The programme of the day is available here. The day was organised in 4 tracks: researcher practices, ecosystem structuring, open science and lab communication, and innovative pedagogy.

The NETCONF project was presented in the “structuring the ecosystem” track together with the following projects:

  • Project “Use of identifiers and academic social networks by researchers at the University of Caen: a case study”, led by Manuel DURAND-BARTHEZ, École nationale des chartes, and Christophe BOUDRY, University of Caen Normandy
  • Project “Relations between science and industry: removal of inventor/author homonyms. Patent2Net and the IPC – academic databases pivot”, led by David REYMOND, University of Toulon and Manuel DURAND-BARTHEZ, École nationale des chartes

Please find below the slide show of the presentation we gave on this occasion: