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Thinking Together provides information about how F1000 is working with research communities internationally to progress the opportunities of open research and tackle the challenges to open research adoption.

Our Open Thinking ambassador program aims to engage with open research advocates around the world who are enthusiastic users of the F1000 publishing model or open science practices in general. Through the program, the ambassadors will turn their passion into practices that benefit the wider open research community.

Meet our Ambassadors

F1000 teams up with researchers, authors, funders, research managers, policymakers, open research advocates, and more, at all levels across disciplines and different regions, who are using their passion and knowledge to shape the future of research culture. Read on to find out more about our ambassadors and how they are working with us as part of the Open Thinking program.

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Tae-Sul Seo

Principal Researcher
National S&T Data Strategy Team, Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI)

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Dr. Tae-Sul Seo was awarded a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST). He joined KISTI in 1986 and worked on projects related to journal publishing and Korean journal databases, including the peer review systems ACOMS and KoreaScience. He led the development of open access repository, the Korean Electronic Site License Initiative (KESLI) operation, and the Korean NCP of SCOAP3. Recently, he has also led some projects such as blockchain-based open peer review system development and data publishing study.

Tae-Sul is co-associate editor of the Journal of Information Science Theory and Practice (JISTaP) published by KISTI. He is also the chairperson of the Information Management Committee of the Korean Council of Science Editors (KCSE) as well as the Secretary-General of the Council of Asian Science Editors (CASE). He was the first director of the Open Access Center at KISTI and the founding member and treasurer of the WorldWideScience Alliance.
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Tatas Brotosudarmo

Associate Professor
Department of Food Technology, Universitas Ciputra Surabaya, Indonesia

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Tatas Hardo Panintingjati Brotosudarmo received his Ph.D. degree from the University of Glasgow. He is an Indonesian biochemist, who works in food science and technology. He won several awards, including the Georg Forster Fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation in 2019 and the UK Alumni Professional Achievement Award in 2017 from the British Council. His work has influenced the Indonesian government’s policy on the use of synthetic food colors, turning it into a more environmentally sustainable solution.

Tatas is active in scientific and academic communities. He served as the President of the Indonesian Chemical Society (2017-2019), Chair of the Marie Curie Alumni Association (MSCA) Southeast Asia Chapter (2017-2019), and the Vice Chair for Science and Policy of the Indonesian Young Academy of Sciences (2018-2020). He is keen on promoting open science and open research around the world.

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