Persistent Identifiers in Research – Highlights
Slides from the event available online
Already some time has passed since the event “Persistent Identifiers in Research – Celebrating 10 Years of DOI Desk at ETH Zurich” took place on 13 September 2019. Speakers from different fields of expertise talked about the various aspects of persistent identifiers: from current applications, developments to future initiatives.
The slides from the event are now available and downloadable for everyone via the ETH Research Collection:
- 10 Years DOI Desk at ETH Zurich, Barbara Hirschmann (external link)
- Connecting Research, FAIR Data Practices, Britta Dreyer (external link)
- Building Open Research Infrastructure with PIDs, Gabriela Mejias (external link)
- Persistent Identifiers for Scientific Data at CSCS, Mario Valle (external link)
- Persistent Identifiers and the openBIS Research Data Management System, Henry Lütcke (external link)
- Tracking citations to research software via PIDs, Lars Nielsen (external link)
- What you cite is what you get? Verifiable addressing of immutable, self-describing research data, Eoghan Ó Carragáin (external link)
- Trusted Timestamping via the Bitcoin Blockchain, Bela Gipp (external link)
- Blockchain and the ETH Library – take part, watch and learn, Sven Koesling (external link)
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