The goal of this two-day virtual conference is to bring together a multidisciplinary group of researchers, funders, and stakeholders to discuss advancements, challenges, and future opportunities related to big team science.
Notes: The full program will be released in mid August. The conference will be presented via Zoom. The tentative plan is to set the conference schedule primarily according to Eastern Standard Time (approx. 9am-6pm EST), but we will accommodate scheduling requirements of presenters as needed.
Registration for the 2022 BTSCON is now open! To ensure inclusivity, registration fees are optional for attendees. You can attend for free or pay what you want, but the suggested registration fee is $20. All proceeds will be used to develop and improve upon future big team science projects.
Collaborative Assessments for Trustworthy Science: The repliCATS project
Do we need a "Science of Big Team Science"? Understanding and Managing Cognition and Coordination During Scientific Collaborations
Guidance for Multi-Analyst Projects
Situational Factors Shape Moral Judgements in the Trolley Dilemma in a Culturally Diverse Sample
The conference will feature symposia, panel sessions, hackathons, talks, and social hours. Sessions will feature presentations from groups and individuals who are interested in sharing any work related to Big Team Science. This includes, but is not limited to: completed and/or new large-scale collaborations, crowdsourced efforts, and citizen science projects; science of team science [meta-science] work; re-analysis of data from large-scale collaborations; related infrastructure and policy projects; and more!
3 or 4 talks
3 or 4 panelists
Lightning Talks5 minutes
- Submissions Open: June 7, 2022
- Submission Deadline:
July 22, 2022Extended to August 5, 2022
- Submission Decisions: August 5, 2022 (or soon after, for late submissions)
- Registration Open: August, 2022
- Conference: October 27-28, 2022
View the BTScon calendar
We are striving to make the 2022 Big Team Science Conference as accessible as possible. More information for attendees and presenters is available on the Accessibility page.
Send questions about the 2022 BTSCon to our Conference Email.
Alternatively, you can reach out to any of the conference organizers:
- Heidi Baumgartner, Stanford University, USA - ManyBabies [email]
- Manuel Bohn, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany - ManyPrimates [email]
- Nicholas Coles, Stanford University, USA - Psychological Science Accelerator [email]
- Grace Zhou, University of Manitoba, Canada - ManyBabies [email]
- Erin Sievers, Ashland University, USA - Psychological Science Accelerator [email]