Wednesday - August 6, 2014   Pre-conference workshops

7:30am-5:00pm                 Registration

7:30am-8:30am                 Networking breakfast

8:30am-4:30pm                 All day workshops

Group Concept Mapping and Interaction Analysis for Team Science Planning and Evaluation (location: Texas III)
Mary Kane (Concept Systems) and Michael Huffman (Concept Systems)
Framing the Work Space: an Alphabet of Components for Great Team-work (location: Texas VII)
Derek Wade (Kumido) and Jasmina Nikolic (University of Belgrade)

8:30am-12:00pm              Half day workshops

Using Team Science to Teach Team Science Skills With Team-Based Learning (TBL)  (location: Texas V)
Wayne Mccormack (University of Florida)
Using HUBzero to Create "Hubs" for Online Collaboration (location: Texas VI)
Michael McLennan (Purdue University)

12:00pm-1:00pm              Lunch on own

1:00pm-4:30pm                 Half day workshops

Evidence-based Guidance for the Successful Praxis of Team Science (location: Texas VI)
Holly Falk-Krzesinski (Elsevier)   


Thursday - August 7, 2014       Conference (Day 1)

7:30am-4:15pm                 Registration (location:  Texas Foyer)

7:30am - 8:30am               Networking Breakfast (location: Texas Foyer)

     8:30am - 9:00am               Opening Session (location: Zilker Ballroom 1-2)

     9:00am - 9:15am               Networking Break

9:15am - 10:15am

Panel discussions

The insider, the embedded, and the independent: Three perspectives on Interdisciplinary Collaborative Astrobiology Research (location: Texas V)
Arsev Aydinoglu (NASA), Rich Gazan (University of Hawaii) and Estelle Dodson (NASA)
Team Science: Report from the Trenches (location: Texas VI)
Anil Srivastava (Open Health Systems Laboratory -OHSL), Yassi Moghaddam (International Society of Service Innovation Professionals -ISSIP) and George Handy (Activity for Innovation and Economic Growth - AIEG)

Paper presentations: Information Sharing via Networks (location: Texas VII)

Session Moderator: Steve Fiore

Lessons from the DIA2 project for undertaking cyberinfrastructure-based team science
Aditya Johri (George Mason University), Krishna Madhavan (Purdue University), Mihaela Vorvoreanu (Purdue University); Gary Lichtenstein (Quality Evaluation Designs); Helen Chen (Stanford University); Sheri Sheppard (Stanford University); and Ann Mckenna (Arizona State University)
The Role of Knowledge Brokers in Interdisciplinary Team Science
Dorothy Sutherland Olsen (Nordic Institute for Studies on Innovation, Research & Education - NIFU)
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) Population Studies Workshops, Facilitating Team Science
Lorraine Silsbee (National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, NIH)


10:15am - 10:30am          Networking Break

     10:30am - 12:00pm          Future Directions Keynote Address

Session Moderator: Kara Hall

The keynote panel will address future directions for the SciTS field, including issues related to training, citizen science, and neurodynamics.   On-going challenges and new  opportunities will be highlighted. Keynote speakers are:

L. Michelle Bennett - Dr. Bennett is the Deputy Scientific Director for the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI), National Institutes of Health (NIH), in Bethesda, Maryland.

Stuart Lynn - Dr. Lynn currently works at the Adler Planetarium as the technical lead of the Zooniverse, the largest collection of online citizen science projects.

Chris Berka  - Chris Berka is the CEO and Co-Founder at Advanced Brain Monitoring (ABM).


     12:00pm - 1:30pm            Lunch on Own

     1:30pm - 2:30pm               Paper presentations

Team Structure and Innovation (location:  Texas V)

Session Moderator: Steve Fiore

Inside the academic pin factory: creativity in science
You-Na Lee (Georgia Institute of Technology), John Walsh (GT) and Jian Wang (Catholic University-Leuven)
What's your innovation backbone?
Morton Tavel (Innovation Business Partners)
The Science of Team Science: Exploring Principal Investigator Leadership Style and Team Collaboration Satisfaction
Stephenie Kennedy (Mary Babb Randolph Cancer Center, West Virginia University) and Reagan Curtis (West Virginia University)

Bibliometric/Big data (location:  Texas VI)

Session Moderator: Janet Okamoto

Challenges and Opportunities of the UCSD Map of Science‐Library of Congress Crosswalk
Robert Light (Indiana University), Jaimie Murdock (Indiana University), Colin Allen (Indiana University) and Katy Börner (Indiana University)
Assessing the Translational Characteristics of three CTSAs: a Scientometric analysis
Charisse Madlock Brown (University of Iowa)-and David Eichmann (University of Iowa)
Automatic detection of figure element reuse in biological science articles
Daniel Acuna (Northwestern University), Paul Brookes (University of Rochester Medical Center) and Konrad Kording (Northwestern University)

Evaluation of Team Formation, Process and Function (location: Texas VII)

Session Moderator: Noshir Contractor

Applying Social Network Analysis to Evaluate the Evolution of Interdisciplinary Research Teams
Pamela Bishop (University of Tennessee)
Team Formation & Maintenance Strategies among Newly Formed Interdisciplinary Teams
William Pluta (Columbia University Medical Center), Zainab Abedin (Columbia University Medical Center), Boyd Richards (Columbia University Medical Center), Nancy Reame (Columbia University Medical Center), Harold Pincus (Columbia University Medical Center) and Henry Ginsberg (Columbia University Medical Center)
Network Analysis of Cancer Research Collaboration in a Statewide Cancer Coalition
Scott Leischow (Mayo Clinic) and Janet Okamoto (Mayo Clinic).

2:30pm-3:00pm     Networking Break

3:00pm-4:30pm     Paper presentations

Training (location:  Texas V)

Session Moderator: L. Michelle Bennett

Science of Team Science in Research on Learning
James Dietz (National Science Foundation), Gregg Solomon (National Science Foundation) and Sarah-Kathryn McDonald (National Science Foundation)
Applying Science of Team Science Research to Undergraduate and Graduate Education

Maura Borrego (Virginia Tech)

Developing the Team Science Information Workforce
Suzie Allard (University of Tennessee)
Team science and transferable skills development
Tjerk Wardenaar (Rathenau Instituut) and Peter Van Den Besselaar (VU University Amsterdam)

Organizational and Institutional factors (location: Texas VI)

Session Moderator: Kevin Crowston

A Framework for Evaluating Institutional Initiatives that Promote Scientific Convergence
Matthew D.Wood (US Army Engineer Research & Development Center), Igor Linkov (US Army Engineer Research & Development Center), Matthew E. Bates (US Army Engineer Research & Development Center)
Discipline and Promotion: Interdisciplinarity in Faculty Evaluations
Eliza Evans (Stanford University) and Daniel McFarland (Stanford University)
The Solicitation Situation: Examining the Language of Team Science in
Federally-funded Research
Wayne Lutters (University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)) and Barbara Linam-Church (University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)

Team composition and Assembly (location:  Texas VII)

Session Moderator: Deanna Pennington

The Strength of the Strongest Ties in Collaborative Problem Solving
Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Arkadiusz Stopczynski (Technical University of Denmark), Erez Shmueli (MIT), Alex Pentland (MIT) and Sune Lehmann(Technical University of Denmark)
The consortium sand-box: An emerging trend in biomedical R&D
Mark David Lim (FasterCures - A Center of the Milken Institute)
Principles of scientific team formation and evolution
Stasa Milojevic (Indiana University)
Compositional, Relational and Ecosystem Influences on Team Assembly in Emerging Scientific Fields
Alina Lungeanu (Northwestern University), Sophia Sullivan (Northwestern University) and Noshir Contractor (Northwestern University)


5-00pm-7:00pm    Poster presentations (location: Zilker Ballroom 3-4)

Cross Cultural Team Science: How To Leverage Global Experience To Augment Clinical Research
Nancy Dianis (Westat) and Tracy Wolbach (Westat)         
A Novel Network Architecture for Ascertaining and Monitoring Care Coordination
Nicholas Soulakis (Northwestern University)
Identifying and Evaluating Care Team Composition for Heart Failure Hospitalizations
Young Ji Lee (Northwestern University), Matthew Carson (Northwestern University), Connor Skeehan (Northwestern University) and Nicholas Soulakis (Northwestern University)
Analysis of Care Coordination Networks For Deceased Heart Failure Patients
Matthew Carson (Northwestern University), Young Ji Lee (Northwestern University), Connor Skeehan (Northwestern University) and Nicholas Soulakis (Northwestern University)
Emerging Structure in the New Field of Innovation Science
Michael Beyerlein (Texas A&M University)          
Assessing the Impact of Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Neuroscience Research Publications
Norman Azoulay (Harvard University - Extension School)
Adoption of research practices and collaboration: The case of research synthesis methods
Laura Sheble (UNC chapel Hill)
Automatic detection of figure element reuse in biological science articles: methodological considerations
Daniel Acuna (Northwestern University), Paul Brookes (University of Rochester Medical Center) and Konrad Kording (Northwestern University)
Knowledge synthesis in interdisciplinary research teams using model-based reasoning
Deana Pennington (University of Texas at El Paso), Nino Aditomo (University of Surabaya), Gabriele Bammer (The Australian National University), Antje Danielson (Tufts University), David Gosselin (University of Nebraska-Lincoln), Geoffrey Habron (Michigan State University), David Hawthorne (National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center), Chris Meissner (University of Iowa), Rod Parnell (Northern Arizona University), Kate Thompson (University of Sydney) and Shirley Vincent (National Council for Science and the Environment)
Measuring the Arc of Team Scholarly Output for Comparison Across Disciplines
Karina Kervin (University of Michigan) and Thomas Finholt (University of Michigan)
A System for Monitoring and Evaluating Enterprise-wide Research Activities
Suzanne Thompson (Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth), Brian Levin (Dartmouth College), Steven Andrews (Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth) and Amar Das (Dartmouth)
An Analysis of NIH Funding of Team-Based Research Grants
Brooke Stipelman (NCI), Grace Huang (NCI) and Kara Hall (NCI)
Development of Effective Technology Evaluation Guidelines in the Field of Criminal Justice
Nancy Merritt (nij/ojp)
The Interrater Reliability of an Expert Panel in Evaluation Scientific Teams and Team Changes Over Time
Kevin Wooten (University of Houston Texas), Gwen Baillargeon (University of Texas), Allan Brasier (Institute for Translational Sciences)
Advancing Obesity, Physical Activity, and Nutrition Research Efforts at an NCI Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center
Stacie Scruggs (MD Anderson Cancer Center) and Karen Basen-Engquist                (MD Anderson Cancer Center)
An Analysis to Examine the Productivity and Impact of Training in the Transdisciplinary Research on Energetics and Cancer Initiative
Julia Michaloski (NCI), Martine Bottalico (NCI), Brooke Stipelman (NCI) and Kara Hall (NCI)           
Outcome Evaluation of the TREC Initiative
Brooke Stipelman (NCI), Kara Hall (NCI), Grace Huang (NCI) and Jodi Basner (Discovery Logic/Thomson Reuters)
Exploring the impact of team science on research productivity: A multi-level bibliometric study of the Transdiciplinary Tobacco Research Centers (TTURC) Initiative
Grace Huang (NCI), Brooke Stipelman (NCI), Amanda Vogel (NCI), Janet Okamoto (Mayo Clinic Arizona) and Kara Hall (NCI)
Clinical and Translational Activities Reporting Tool (CTAR)
Robin Champieux (Oregon Health & Science University) and Melissa Haendel (Oregon Health & Science University)
Scientists and their Sublanguages: A Model of Cross-Disciplinary Conversation
Jessica Lahey (Boise State University) and Stephen Crowley (Boise State University)
The Team Science Toolkit: Integrating and Advancing Knowledge for Team Science
Amanda Vogel (NCI), Kara Hall (NCI), Brooke Stipelman (NCI), Sophia Tsakraklides (Westat, Inc.), David Garner (Westat, Inc.) and Elliot Grant (Westat, Inc.)
Applying and Exploring a Conceptual Model of Transdisciplinary Team Research
Kara Hall (NCI), Amanda Vogel (NCI) and Sarah Gehlert (Washington University in St. Louis)
The Toolbox at Ten: What do we know, What can we learn?
Chad Gonnerman (Michigan State University), Troy Hall (Oregon State University), Michael O'Rourke (Michigan State University),  Stephen Crowley (Boise State University), Shannon Donovan (University of Alaska-Anchorage), Chris Looney (Washington State Department of Agriculture), Sanford Eigenbrode (University of Idaho) and J.D. Wulfhorst (University of Idaho)
Education and Training for Team Science
Stephen Fiore (University of Central Florida), Catherine Gabelica (Maastricht University) and Kara Hall (National Cancer Institute)
Why the Science of Team Science Matters: The Evidence and a Path Forward

Tina Winters (National Research Council), Nancy Cooke (Arizona State University) and Margaret Hilton (National Research Council)       



Friday - August 8, 2014   Conference (Day 2)

8:00am - 9:00am              Networking Breakfast

9:00am - 10:00am            Joint Keynote Speaker (location:  Zilker ballroom 1-2)

10:00am - 10:30am          Networking Break

10:30am-11:30am            Flash presentations (location:  Zilker ballroom 1-2)

Session Moderator: Kara Hall

Why the Science of Team Science Matters: The Evidence and a Path Forward
Stephen Fiore (University of Central Florida)
Integration: ‘You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means'
Stephen Crowley (Boise State University), Michael O'Rourke (Michigan State University), David Stone (Northern Illinois University), J. Britt Holbrook (Georgia Institute of Technology) and Robert Scharff (University of New Hampshire)
A Model for Transformational Team Science Leadership
J Quyen Wickham (University of Oklahoma)
Academic–Corporate Collaboration Contributes to Research Success
Sambath Chung (Elsevier)
The Toolbox at Ten: Where Next?
Stephen Crowley (Boise State University), Chad Gonnerman (Michigan State University), J. Britt Holbrook (Georgia Institute of Technology), Michael O'Rourke (Michigan State University), Liela Rotschy (Independent Scholar), Kyle Whyte (Michigan State University), Brian Robinson (Independent Scholar), Julie Klein (Wayne State University), Lynn Schnapp (Medical University of South Carolina), Tom Seager (Arizona State University), Steven Orzack (Fresh Pond Research Institute), Kara Hall (National Cancer Institute), Sanford Eigenbrode (University of Idaho), J.D. Wulfhorst (University of Idaho), Nilsa Bosque-Perez (University of Idaho) and Graham Hubbs (University of Idaho)
Identifying Cross-Disciplinary Pathways to Translational Science
Griffin Weber (Harvard Medical School)
A Collaborative Research Project Model
Richard Fabsitz (National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute), Jean Olson (National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute), Mona Puggal (National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute), Kara Hall (National Cancer Institute), Katherine Catevenis (National Institutes of Health), Grace Huang (National Cancer Institute), Matthew Eblen (National Institutes of Health) and Robin Wagner (National Institutes of Health)
Enhancing the Effectiveness of Team-based Research: A Dynamic Multi-level Systems Map of Integral Factors in Team Science
Kara Hall (National Cancer Institute), Brooke Stipelman (National Cancer Institute), Amanda Vogel (National Cancer Institute) and Grace Huang (National Cancer Institute)

11:45am-12:15pm            Paper presentations

Boundary Spanning Ties in Multiteam Systems (location: Texas V)

Session Moderator: Leslie DeChurch

Informal Boundary Spanning Ties in Multiteam Systems: A Theory of Accelerated Degeneration
Ralph Heidl (Michigan State University), John Hollenbeck (Michigan State University),  Roger Calantone (Michigan State University), Clay Voorhees (Michigan State University), Andrew Yu (Michigan State University), Michael Howe (Michigan State University) and Daniel Chaffin (Michigan State University)

Mixed-methods Approach to Team Science  (location:  Texas VI)

Session Moderator: Brooke Stipelman

A mixed-method approach to understanding team science: Working towards useful feedback
David Meyer (Boise State University)

A model for assessing readiness (location:  Texas VII)

Session Moderator: Amanda Vogel

Assessing Readiness: A Model for Understanding Individual Motivation and Deterrents to Team Collaboration
Gaetano R. Lotrecchiano (George Washington University), Trudy R. Mallinson (George Washington University), Lisa S. Schwartz (George Washington University) and Holly J. Falk-Krzesinski (Elsevier)

12:15pm-1:45pm             Lunchtime roundtable discussions

                                                         with flash presentation speakers

1:45pm - 3:15pm             Lightning and paper presentations

Tools (location:  Texas V)

Session Moderator: Gary Olson

The Virtual Learning Commons (VLC): Enabling and analyzing the flow of information across disciplines, communities, and institutions
Deana Pennington (University of Texas at El Paso), Aida Gandara (Cyber-ShARE), Nicholas Del Rio (University of Texas at El Paso) and Omar Ochoa (University of Texas at El Paso)
Research Networking to Enhance Multi-institutional Expertise Discovery and Collaboration
Holly Falk-Krzesinski (Elsevier), Daniel Calto (Elsevier) and Jeff Horon (Elsevier)
Archival information as a collaboration tool: Assessing the potential of bibliometric and content analysis as a tool to aid research collaboration and organization in Tobacco Regulatory Science
Janet Okamoto (Mayo Clinic), Hongfang Liu (Mayo Clinic), Dingcheng Li (Mayo Clinic) and Scott Leischow (Mayo Clinic)
Data-Enabled and Spontaneous Researcher Networking at an International Conference
Jeff Horon (Elsevier)
Enabling Teams to Self-Assemble: The My Dream Team Tool
Raquel Asencio (Georgia Tech), Yun Huang (Northwestern University), Toshio Murase (Georgia Tech), Anup Sawant (Northwestern University), Leslie A. Dechurch (Georgia Tech) and Noshir Noshir Contractor (Northwestern University)

Conceptual and Mental Models  (location: Texas VI)

Session Moderator: Arsev Aydinoglu

Interdependence and signal detection theory: Individuals, teams, firms and systems
Bill Lawless (Paine College)
Everything is Connected: Using Group Concept Mapping to Articulate Conceptual Relationships
Alyssa Goldman (Concept Systems, Inc.) and Mary Kane (Concept Systems, Inc.)
What is the ‘integration’ in integrative interdisciplinary research? First steps toward a conceptual model
Stephen Crowley (Boise State University), Michael O'Rourke (Michigan State University) and Chad Gonnerman (Michigan State University)
Team Development Interventions for the Evolution of Scientific Teams: A Proposed Taxonomy for Consideration by Phase of Research, Phase of Adaptation, and Stage of Development
Kevin Wooten (University of Houston Texas) and Allan Brassier (Institute for Translational Sciences)

Innovations in Applying bibliometrics  (location: Texas VII)

Session Moderator: Scott Leischow

What do retraction notices learn about team dynamics and research collaboration?
Mark Luwel (CWTS Leiden University) and Thed van Leeuwen (CWTS Leiden University)
Measuring the evolution and output of cross-disciplinary collaborations within the NCI Physical Sciences–Oncology Centers Network
Jodi Basner (Discovery Logic/Thomson Reuters), Katrina Theisz (NCI), Nicole Moore (NCI), Unni Jensen (Discovery Logic/Thomson Reuters), C. David Jones (Discovery Logic/Thomson Reuters), Ilya Ponomarev (Discovery Logic/Thomson Reuters), Pawel Sulima (Discovery Logic/Thomson Reuters), Karen Jo (NCI), Mariam Eljanne (NCI), Michael Espey (NCI), Jonathan Franca-Koh (NCI), Sean Hanlon (NCI), Nastaran Kuhn (NCI), Larry Nagahara (NCI) and Joshua Schnell (Discovery Logic/Thomson Reuters)
Can bibliographic couplings inform the structure of large public universities?
Kevin Lanning (Florida Atlantic Univ) and Xingquan Zhu (Florida Atlantic University)
Analyzing the Frontiers of Science
Satyam Mukherjee (Kellogg School Of Management, Northwestern University Evanston), Daniel Romero (University of Michigan), Benjamin Jones (Northwestern University) and Brian Uzzi (Northwestern University)

3:15pm - 3:45pm              Networking Break

3:45pm - 4:15pm              Paper presentations

Effects of Institution’s Governance on research Teams (location: Texas V)

Session Moderator: Kevin Crowston

The effects of institutions’ governance on research teams
Peter Van den Besselaar (VU University Amsterdam)

Reputation as a motivation and Reward for teamwork (location: Texas VI)

Session Moderator: Wayne Lutters

Sharing the spoils: the trouble with reputation as a motivation and reward for teamwork
James Howison (University of Texas at Austin)

Research Networks and the Gender Gap (location:  Texas VII)

Session Moderator: Maura Borrego

Research Networks and the Gender Gap: a Scientometrics Study
Charisse Madlock-Brown (University of Iowa) and David Eichmann (University of Iowa)

4:30pm - 5:00pm              Closing session