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Conference for the Fellows of OpenForum Academy - 24th September 2012

The OFA Fellow Conference explored a broad range of open innovation-related topics this year, with the following papers proposed by leading thinkers in the field:

* Tineke Egyedi - Unsettling citizens: openness and the rise of inverse infrastructures
* Jochen Friedrich - open standards for innovation
* Bjorn Lundell - IT usage, lock-in and innovation in the educational environment
* Helen Darbishire - Open Government Standards - open data, ICT for participation, access to information
* Shane Coughlan and Simon Phipps - The evolution of openness: collaboration on shared platforms (placeholder title)
* Carlo Daffara - The Economics of OSS
* Peter Murray-Rust - open knowledge and content mining
* Simonetta Vezzoso - Interoperability, Copyright, and a Possible Atlantic Divide
* Andy Updegrove - IPR policies of major SSOs and umbrella orgs around the world (placeholder title)
* Maha Shaikh - The implications of TCO of open source

The outline schedule of the OFA Fellow Conference was:

11:30 Opening speech by Graham Taylor
11:45 OFA and its Fellows by Shane Coughlan
12: 00 Keynote: Contextualizing Open Innovation - TBD
12:30 Lunch break
13:30 Openness in economics panel (Jochen Friedrich, Carlo Daffara and Maha Shaikh)
14:10 Coffee break
14:20 Openness in society panel (Tinke Egyedi, Bjorn Lundell, Helen Darbishire)
15:00 Coffee break
15:10 Openness in the global context panel (Andy Updegrove, Simonetta Vezzoso and Simon Phipps)
15:50 Coffee break
16:00 Summary Insight Session - Lessons learned and development of a summary for the OFE Summit the next day chaired by Jochen Friedrich
17:00 Close

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