Time Topic
13:00  – Registration 報到
13:30 – 13:40 Opening Remarks 開場致詞
13:40 – 14:20 Scientific Misconduct: Stories and Lessons Learned 科研不當行為案例與經驗學習
Deputy Director, Genomics Research Center, Academia Sinica
Allegations and investigations of scientific misconducts have recently made the headlines in Taiwan, because of the involvement of high-profile scientists. Dr. Chang will explore the underlying psychology, categories, and means of amelioration of scientific misconduct via story telling and interactive exchanges with the audience.
14:20 – 15:00 What is Elsevier’s position on publishing ethics? & Learning from the Stapel case
Elsevier 在出版倫理中的腳色與荷蘭學者Stapel造假事件分析

Senior Vice President Global Academic Relations, Elsevier
President of International Publisher Association
Elsevier plays a leading role in establishing trust in science and scientific communication through transparent standards and policies that nurture research integrity & reproducibility. Dr. Kolman will introduce how Elsevier's research integrity & reproducibility programs strive to prevent, detect, investigate & resolve such issues. He will also use the Netherlands as a case study illustrating how a national scientific community has responded to serious misconduct cases by looking at their entire research culture. The Dutch response has included new university regulations & education on research integrity, the development of statistical tools, the Meta-Research Center, and the formation of the Netherlands Research Integrity Network.

15:00 – 15:10 Break
15:10 – 15:50 Detecting Image Reuse in Scientific Literature  學術文獻影像偵測技術

Director of Elsevier Labs
Inappropriate and fraudulent use of images in scientific publications can occur in many ways. Dr. Daniel will describe some of the issues and complexities around manipulation and reuse of images. He will describe some of the ways Elsevier is investing in protecting Research Integrity by detecting image issues; and will provide an overview of the work Elsevier Labs is conducting to detect reuse of images within articles.
15:50 – 16:30 Advice on Dealing with Research Misconduct  研究不當行為的處理建議

Research Integrity Officer, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Tony Mayer's responsibilities at NTU Singapore are to develop a culture of research integrity and good research practice at a leading young and research-intensive university. This not only means investigating allegations of misconduct but the promotion of good research and ethical practice through education and mentoring. In this he liaises with other institutions, funding bodies and publishers to ensure the university’s research is sound. Over the past 20 years he has seen a variety of cases of research misconduct, and dealt with them in different ways. In this session, he will illustrate some cases on how universities should handle cases of research and publication misconduct including any recommended resources such as those provided by COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics)
16:30 – 16:55 Panel Discussion (Q&A) 問題與討論
16:55 – 17:00 Closing Remarks 結語

Weiwei Cheng


唐允中 Simon Tang