Les anuncio que en septiembre se presentarán en Amsterdam los resultados finales del proyecto ODIN de integración con ORCID y DataCite a través de los PIDs (DataCite Persistent Identifiers). Para aquellos que no conozcan el proyecto financiado por la UE, les diré que no sólo se trata de identificar a un investigador, a un documento, a una institución, si no de integrar toda la información generada por la ciencia con un perfil abierto. A continuación les dejo la información:
Recognising and rewarding researchers for their work means connecting researchers to all their outputs, including datasets. Tools, systems and services to enable this are increasingly becoming a part of the fabric of open research.
The ODIN project has been working since 2012 to link researchers to their datasets using PIDs in real-world research systems. The team have examined the landscape as it evolves with input from an international group of experts in the field and built practical tools to enable others to link PIDs.
We would like to invite all those interested in research data citation, management, policy, evaluation and systems to join us for the ODIN project final event. We are delighted that additional context and experience will be provided by the keynote speakers for the day, Dr Merce Crosas, Director of Data Science at IQSS, Harvard University, and Dr Simon Hodson, Executive Director of CODATA.
You will be among the first to hear about our tools, findings and guidance and will have a chance to engage with the project team to understand how you can integrate and use PIDs. There will also be a dedicated technical session to address in depth technical questions.
Collocated with the 4th Research Data Alliance Plenary in Amsterdam, the ODIN Final Event presents an opportunity to learn more about the state of the art in research data citation, mechanisms for attribution and referencing in Open Science.
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