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We are pleased to announce that registration for the 2023 INSciTS 2023 Annual Conference, to be held July 24-26, 2023 in Bethesda, Maryland is now open.

The INSciTS Annual Conference is the flagship event of the International Network for the Science of Team Science (INSciTS). It continues to be the premier annual gathering of scholars, practitioners, and providers in the field of Team Science, bringing together a broad range of disciplines to share and advance the latest evidence-based methods in team collaboration and transdisciplinary science. Speakers and attendees will include investigators, administrators, students, funders, and policymakers. Our community includes academia, government, industry, and many other sectors, and spans a multitude of knowledge domain spaces. Anyone interested in improving collaborative research and discovery is welcome!

INSciTS 2023 will take place in vibrant downtown Bethesda, MD, proximal to the nation’s leading universities and federal research sponsors, and a short subway ride to the world-famous museums and galleries of Washington, DC. 

We have worked hard to design a conference for both those who wish to return to the rich experience of in-person conferences.

Thank you,
INSciTS 2023 Program Planning Committee

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 INSciTS 2023 Keynote Speakers

Carla Fehr

University of Waterloo
Wolfe Chair in Scientific and Technological Literacy

Carla Fehr earned her PhD at Duke University and is a faculty member in the Philosophy Department at the University of Waterloo, where she holds the Wolfe Chair in Scientific and Technological Literacy. Carla brings 25 years of diversity work to the table and has received support from the National Science Foundation, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

Lingfei Wu

Spanning Boundaries and Building Bridges in the Study of Science
University of Pittsburgh

Lingfei Wu is faculty with the School of Computing and Information, University of Pittsburgh. His primary research interests are in the Science of Team Science and Innovation. He employs advanced research techniques like big data analysis, complexity sciences, and AI to investigate how science and technology can advance through team collaboration. His research has been published in prestigious journals like Nature and PNAS and featured in renowned media outlets such as The New York Times, Forbes, The Atlantic, and Harvard Business Review. Lingfei Wu also advises organizations like Novo Nordisk Fonden and John Templeton Foundation on the use of data science to evaluate teamwork in science. He has received multiple awards for his research and teaching, including the NSF Career Award, Richard King Mellon Award, and Oxford Martin School Fellowship.

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INSciTS is the membership organization for all stakeholders invested in team science. Individuals leading, engaging in, managing, facilitating, supporting, evaluating, and producing scholarship on team science will find a professional home in INSciTS. INSciTS is a forum to share the latest evidence for what works in team science and collaborate with one another to advance the SciTS field. Join our community, as a founding member! To learn about being a founding member, the benefits of membership, and membership levels and dues, please visit our Membership page, or click on the button below. While you’re there, read testimonials from current INSciTS members, about why they decided to join as founding members.

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INSciTS Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are member-led groups that provide a “home within a home” for INSciTS members to connect and collaborate with colleagues with shared interests in the SciTS field. SIGs help to build community around shared interests and aligned activities, enable collaboration throughout the year, advance key priority areas in the SciTS field, and create opportunities to engage with external groups. Currently active SIGs address: changing academic culture to foster team science (TS) success; creating incubator spaces for TS; training for TS; scientometrics, network analysis, and data visualization; and emerging careers.  To learn more, please click on the button below.

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