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ORCID–WDS Strategic Workshop: Adoption of PIDs in Asia–Oceania

This jointly hosted session by ORCID (WDS Associate Member) and WDS will be held on 24 September (05:00–08:00 UTC/14:00–17:00 JST) during the 'Global Collaboration on Data Beyond Disciplines' international symposium. It will introduce to the Asia–Oceania community Persistent Identifiers (PIDs) from both global and national perspectives, and their importance as a part of global open research infrastructure. It will also (1) raise awareness about PIDs and their use across different scientific disciplines; (2) explore practical use cases of PIDs by national data systems and data repositories, especially within the Asia–Oceania context; and (3) showcase PID standards/best practices, as well as identify the resulting opportunities and benefits.

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The Forum will consist of two parts:

Part 1 – PIDs: A Vital Component of Global Research Data Infrastructure (Chairs: Rorie Edmunds, Estelle Cheng)

  • Introduction by Chairs (5’)
  • Adopting Persistent Identifiers in Open Research Infrastructure: ORCID and beyond by Chieh-Chih Estelle Cheng (ORCID, APAC Engagement Manager) 
  • Japanese DOI RA, Japan Link Center (JaLC) and its collaboration with ORCID by Masashi Hara (Japan Science and Technology Agency) 
  • IGSN Global Sample Number - A PID for Physical Objects by Jens Klump (Mineral Resources, CSIRO in Australia) 
  • Discussion & Wrap Up (15’)

Part 2 – Practical Use Cases: From National PID Systems to Sector Applications (Chairs: Rorie Edmunds, Estelle Cheng)

  • Introduction by Chairs 
  • The roles of PIDs in Scientific Data Management in China by Xiaoyan Hu (National Space Science Center, CAS, Space Science Big Data Technology Laboratory)
  • Korea Research Data Management Platform and PID by Sa-kwang Song (Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information)
  • DataCite Commons – A new service to explore the PID Graph by Martin Fenner (DataCite)
  • The Power of PIDs at the Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre by Ian Bruno (Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre)
  • Discussion & Wrap Up

Attendance is free, however prior registration by this Symposium Google form is required by 23 September 2020*. An offline form is also available in Excel format. Please email it to dsws2020[dot]admn[at]gmail[dot]com by 23 September.

* Please be sure to fully complete the registration process, you will be emailed a Zoom link for the session if your submission is successful.

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When 02:00 PM–05:00 PM, 24 Sep 2020
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