Persistent Identifiers in use: Exchanging ideas about new developments in the field of PID services
- Eliane Fankhauser (DANS-KNAW)
135. Persistent Identifiers in use: Exchanging ideas about new developments in the field of PID services
Eliane Fankhauser (DANS-KNAW) , Ferguson Christine (EMBL-EBI)
World Cafe Session
Persistent identifiers (PIDs) like DOIs for articles or ORCiDs for researchers are a core component of open science as they improve discovery, navigation, retrieval, and access of research resources. FREYA, a 3-year EU-funded project, aims to extend the PID infrastructure by cross-linking PID services, facilitating the development of new PID types, and creating community of practice. The...
Mr Simon Lambert (STFC)
The reliable identification and location of digital objects that play a role in research is a fundamental requirement for digital infrastructures in general and the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) in particular. And not only digital objects need identification: real-world entities such as people (researchers), funding bodies and research equipment need to be identified and linked up with...