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Haseeb Md. Irfanullah

Haseeb Md. Irfanullah

Independent Consultant - Environment, Climate Change, & Research System, Center for Sustainable Development (CSD), University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh
Haseeb Md. Irfanullah is a biologist-turned-development practitioner, and he often introduces himself as a research enthusiast. Over the last two decades, He has worked for different international development organizations, academic institutions, donors, and the Government of Bangladesh in different capacities. Currently, he is an independent consultant on environment, climate change, and research system and is also involved with University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh as a visiting research fellow of its Center for Sustainable Development (CSD) in Dhaka. Haseeb’s interest in research communication involved him with INASP‘s interesting ventures, like BanglaJOL and AuthorAID, more than a decade back, and editing the Bangladesh Journal of Plant Taxonomy. He has been involved in designing and facilitating workshops, training sessions, and dialogues for young & mid-career researchers and journal editors of Bangladesh to improve their understanding of journal publishing practices and standards. He also writes articles and thought pieces on scholarly systems and work with pertinent agencies to improve Bangladesh’s research ecosystem. He has a PhD in aquatic ecology from the University of Liverpool, UK.

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On-Demand Meetings

Inspiring Global Collaboration


June 2, 2022, Joy Owango, Bianca Amaro, Ana Heredia, Devika Madalli, Haseeb Md. Irfanullah, Solange Santos, Lautaro Matas

The scholarly publishing ecosystem is more diverse than ever in terms of the business models we adopt, technologies and infrastructure we use, workflows we practice, and the way we show our resilience against shocks, like pandemics. Our discussions, however, often focus on the challenges and opportunities of North America and Europe. As a part of the dynamic publishing world, regions outside this axis have been developing diverse experiences, expertise, and opportunities that can be effectively translated into global collaboration. In this session, experts and professionals working on different parts of these regions–the "unusual suspects"–will showcase their inspiring conception, experiences, and solutions. Through a guided panel discussion and open discussion, the audience and the panel together will explore how to learn from, capitalize on, and harness a diverse pool of regional and international perspectives and expertise. They would also identify some action points that could be taken forward by individual organizations beyond the session floor. This session would be one of the many attempts to inspire the conversation between the North and the South and create space for collaboration making the North and the South meet in the middle.
SSP On-Demand: Webinars

The Future of Research as a Global Enterprise


April 13, 2022, Haseeb Md. Irfanullah, Ana Heredia, Roger Schonfeld, Alice Meadows, Jennifer Kemp

In the post-Cold War era, many observers have conceptualized science as a global activity, with substantial international collaboration, more readily facilitated cross-border scholarly communication, and even UN-level efforts to steer science towards Sustainable Development Goals. But regional differences, geopolitical strains, and challenges to developing a global research infrastructure have all posed challenges to global science. In this webinar, hosted by the Scholarly Kitchen, a panel will consider whether science can ever be truly “global.”
On-Demand Presentations

What Do Researchers Really Want from Publishers


Release Date: 07/27/2020, Karin Wulf, Alice Meadows, Phill Jones, Milka Kostic, Ana Heredia, Haseeb Md. Irfanullah

What do researchers think of the current publishing process? How valuable do they find the services that scholarly publishers provide? Which would they keep and which would they change? This panel session features researchers from around the world, who are -- or have been -- also involved in publishing. They will discuss how and why they would like to reimagine scholarly publishing. Expect strong views, unlikely ideas, and lots of inspiration for how to make scholarly publishing the best it can be for the researchers we serve.