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Submitted by phesari on 20 March 2019

Since November 2013, L3S Research Center has been member of the Leibniz Research Alliance Science 2.0, a group of notable institutes and organizations that investigates how the Web changes science and scientific publication processes. Science 2.0 is increasingly shaping science through new forms of participation, communication, collaboration, and open discourse in research and publication processes. Due to its expertise in the analysis and design of the complex interplay of technology, humans and information in the Web, L3S deals with research questions regarding science and scientists in the Social Web and Linked Data for science.