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\noindent\textbf{Members} The AB consists of top level experts from partner and external organizations, including both experts from the project scientific area, and experts on legal and social matters. Potential candidates include
\begin{compactenum}
\item Prof. Neil Sloane, founder of the Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (OEIS)
\item Prof. Bettina Eick, heavy contributor (computational packages and data) to the GAP computer algebra system
\item Prof. Bruno Buchberger, founder of the Research Institute of Symbolic Computation (RISC Linz)
\item Prof. Ursula Martin, Mathematical Social Machines
\item a math-affine member of a suitable DIN or ISO standardization committee
\item Prof. Stephen M. Watt, Dean of Mathematics at University of Waterloo, co-founder of Maplesoft, co-founder of the International Mathematical Knowledge Trust (IMKT).
\item Dr. Jukka Kohonen, has published the only mathematical EOSC dataset so far.
\item Prof. Neil Sloane, founder of the Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences (OEIS),
\item Prof. Bettina Eick, heavy contributor (computational packages and data) to the GAP computer algebra system,
\item Prof. Bruno Buchberger, founder of the Research Institute of Symbolic Computation (RISC Linz),
\item Prof. Ursula Martin, Mathematical Social Machines,
\item a math-affine member of a suitable DIN or ISO standardization committee,
\item Prof. Stephen M. Watt, Dean of Mathematics at University of Waterloo, co-founder of Maplesoft, co-founder of the International Mathematical Knowledge Trust (IMKT),
\item Dr. Jukka Kohonen, has published the only mathematical EOSC dataset so far,
\item Dr. Paul-Olivier Dehaye, social entrepreneur, mathematician, and data protection activist.
\end{compactenum}
Some of these have been contacted and have already expressed their willingness to serve in the AB.\smallskip
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\item Dr. Martin Otter and Prof. Peter Fritzson, chair-people of the Modelica Association,
\item Prof. Anne Fr\"uhbis-Kr\"uger, computer algebra \& data specialist,
\item Dr. David Carlisle (Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG), Oxford), {\LaTeX} guru, Editor of the MathML Recommendations, XSLT hacker,
\item Andre Gaul, developer of PaperHive, an open annotation and review platform for academic publications
\item Prof Vivian Pons, SageMath developer/ user, educator, and academic diversity advocate.
\item Prof. Jörg Arndt (TH Simon Ohm, N\"urnberg) OEIS Editor
\item Prof. John Cremona and Dr. David Farmer, senior members of the $L$-functions and Modular Forms Database (LMFDB)
\item Andre Gaul, developer of PaperHive, an open annotation and review platform for academic publications,
\item Prof Vivian Pons, SageMath developer/ user, educator, and academic diversity advocate,
\item Prof. Jörg Arndt (TH Simon Ohm, N\"urnberg) OEIS Editor,
\item Prof. John Cremona and Dr. David Farmer, senior members of the $L$-functions and Modular Forms Database (LMFDB),
\item Dietmar Winkler (University of South-Eastern Norway) works on modeling of hydroelectric power systems using Modelica, has developed commercial and open-source libraries and is a member of the Modelica Association.
% https://www.usn.no/english/about/contact-us/employees/dietmar-winkler-article196791-7531.html
% Peter Harman: I've asked him and he is interested in the project and giving some feedback.
......@@ -162,7 +162,7 @@ We have therefore chosen to schedule the first milestone (\mileref{startup}) to
In milestone \mileref{proto1}, we synchronize the first fully functional version of the \pn data standard and showcase first prototypes of the services, which will be essentially completed in milestone \mileref{eval}, which also marks initial evaluation activities.
Milestone \mileref{wrapup} wraps up the project and marks the completion of all deliverables.
The milestones have been scheduled before the project yearly meetings in early summer, where they can be discussed in detail, tracking the progress in ea3ch work package through status reports on the tasks and deliverables and take corrective measures, where necessary, and critical decisions regarding further plans. The later milestones coincide as well with the formal project reviews for demonstration, assessment and discussion with the reviewers. We envisage that this setup will give the project the vital coherence in spite of the broad interdisciplinary mix of various backgrounds of the participants.\smallskip
The milestones have been scheduled before the project yearly meetings in early summer, where they can be discussed in detail, tracking the progress in each work package through status reports on the tasks and deliverables and take corrective measures, where necessary, and critical decisions regarding further plans. The later milestones coincide as well with the formal project reviews for demonstration, assessment and discussion with the reviewers. We envisage that this setup will give the project the vital coherence in spite of the broad interdisciplinary mix of various backgrounds of the participants.\smallskip
\noindent\textbf{General Milestones}
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