The Ubiquity Press Advisory Board is a network of experts who have agreed to provide advice and guidance in areas such as technology, open access, and publishing policy.
Dr Paul Ayris
Professor David De Roure
In Open Science he advocates sharing methods and Research Objects, and runs the myexperiment.org social website. He has an extensive background in Web and Linked Data and is a champion for the Web Science Trust, with a focus on the Internet of Things. He has been closely involved in the UK e-Science programme and is chair of the UK e-Science Forum. In 2011 he was elected as a Research Fellow at the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Dr Rufus Pollock
Her particular interest is that all people are able to access, utilise and contribute information, ideas and knowledge necessary to support sustainable and equitable development. She was centrally involved in the establishment of a number of publishing support activities, including the Journals Online (JOL) project and AuthorAid. Carol was awarded an MBE in 2007 for her services to science in developing and transitional countries.
Dr Anthony Watkinson
For thirty years Anthony held senior management positions in a number of leading publishers including Academic Press (editorial director), Oxford University Press (head of journals), Chapman and Hall (publishing director), Thomson Science and Professional (intellectual property director), and Wiley-Blackwell (global dentistry publisher). He is on the organising committee of the Annual Charleston Conference, on the editorial board of ASLIB Proceedings and the Charleston Advisor, and is a member of the JISC EBook Working Group.