Open Academic Search

Advance scientific research.
Promote technology.
For the good of all humanity.

Open Academic Search (OAS) is a working group aiming to advance scientific research and discovery, promote technology that assists the scientific and academic communities, and make research available worldwide for the good of all humanity.

Our core principles

1

Collaboration drives innovation in academic search.

2

AI plays a unique role in surfacing and analyzing information in millions of research papers and academic journals.

3

Our core mission is advancing the pace of research and aiding breakthroughs in critical research areas.

Our advisory board

John Bohannon

John Bohannon

Science Magazine

Dan Brickley

Dan Brickley

Google Developer Advocacy / Schema.org

Bing Cao

Bing Cao

Baidu Scholar

Jonathan Dugan

Jonathan Dugan

i4oc

Oren Etzioni

Oren Etzioni

AI2

Florent Gaillard

Florent Gaillard

Human Brain Project

Jeff Spies

Jeff Spies

Center for Open Science and SHARE Project

Lee Giles

Lee Giles

CiteSeerX

Paul Ginsparg

Paul Ginsparg

ArXiv

Wayne Graves

Wayne Graves

ACM

Marti Hearst

Marti Hearst

UC Berkley

Bill Howe

Bill Howe

University of Washington

Ferath Kherif

Ferath Kherif

Human Brain Project

Udi Manber

Udi Manber

UCSF

Richard Price

Richard Price

Academia.edu

Raimund Seidel

Raimund Seidel

DBLP

Dario Taraborelli

Dario Taraborelli

Wikimedia, i4oc

Kuansan Wang

Kuansan Wang

Microsoft Research

Jevin West

Jevin West

University of Washington

Dick Wilder

Dick Wilder

The Gates Foundation

Resources

Sites

Open Source & Data