UPDATE: Thanks to all for a very successful meeting on persistent identifiers. We will be providing access to the presentations shortly and will send a message to meeting participants alerthing them to the location.
Come learn and discuss with experts how persistent identifiers (PIDs) can meet the challenges presented by data intensive research in this ½ day event co-hosted by DataCite and EPIC. Persistent Identification is a strategic building block to protect the value of scholarship. This meeting highlights the use, services and policies of persistent identifiers throughout the research data lifecycle.
Session 1: Persistent Identifiers for interoperability and services
[13:00-13:15] Geoff Bilder (CrossRef)
[13:15-13:30] Martin Fenner (DataCite)
[13:30-13:45] Ulrich Schwardmann (EPIC)
[13:45-14:00] Larry Lannom (DONA)
[14:00-14:15] John Kunze (ARK, N2T)
[14:15-14:30] Laura Paglione (ORCID)
[14:30-14:45] Anila Angjeli (ISNI)
[14:45-15:15] Roundtable with all speakers, moderated by Trisha Cruse (DataCite)
[15:15-15:45] Coffee break [Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Paris, Galerie]
Session 2: Supporting Data Intensive Research
[15:45-16:00] Tobias Weigel (DKRZ)
[16:00-16:15] Anne Cambon-Thomsen (BRIF)
[16:15-16:30] Kerstin Lehnert (IGSN)
[16:30-16:45] Peter Wittenburg (EUDAT)
[16:45-17:00] Sünje Dallmeier-Tiessen (THOR)
[17:00-17:15] Jennifer Lin (Making Data Count)
[17:15-17:45] Roundtable with all speakers, moderated by Christophe Blanchi (DONA)
[18:00] Reception [UPMC, Tour Zamansky, Salle Panoramique]
AREAS OF INTEREST
We will be discussing about:
DataCite brings together stakeholders from research communtities to address the challenges of making research objects visible and accessible. Together we constitute a global network of dataset researchers. Through collaboration we:
EPIC is a consortium of European partners that provides an identifier system for the research community. Its focus is the registration of data with persistent identifiers:
EPIC is setup as a highly reliable, persistent and high performance service through a network of strong data centers that have implemented a redundancy scheme and share the same service, the same API and the same framework of policies.
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