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2011 SSP 33rd Annual Meeting, Westin Copley Place, Boston

Concurrent 5D: Data Alchemy

Concurrent 5D: Data Alchemy


Victor Henning
Victor Henning is a doctoral student and lecturer at the Bauhaus-University of Weimar. In October 2007, he co-founded Mendeley, a desktop- and web-application for managing and sharing research papers and discovering research trends. Based in London, Mendeley is backed by the executives who built Skype, Last.fm and Warner Music Group.
Tim Lloyd
Tim Lloyd is Chief Operating Officer of Alexander Street Press, an award-winning publisher specializing in online collections in the humanities and social sciences. Based in Alexandria, Virginia, Tim is responsible for all of Alexander Street Presss product development including their growing portfolio of online audio and video databases.
Tim was previously co-founder and CEO of Classical International, the digital music start-up behind the groundbreaking Classical Music Library service. His experience in digital music publishing parallels the development of this new industry, and builds on a professional career working in and advising media and telecommunications companies in the United States and Europe looking to deliver new media services to their customers.
Michael Clarke
Michael Clarke is Executive Vice President for Product & Market Development at Silverchair where he leads platform development. Prior to joining Silverhchair, he was founder and principal of Clarke Publishing Group, a boutique consultancy focusing on scholarly publishing.

Michael held positions at the American Medical Association, where he was Director of Marketing and Product Development, the American Academy of Pediatrics, where he was senior managing editor of scholarly journals and executive editor of the journal Pediatrics, and at the University of Chicago Press, where he was senior production editor. He currently serves as vice-chair of the American Heart Association’s (AHA) Scientific Publications Committee, which oversees the AHA’s journal publishing program. Michael holds a master’s degree from the University of Chicago and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado.