2nd of October 9.30- 12.00 Helsinki
Harald Herlin Learning Centre. Address Otaniementie 9, Otaniemi, Espoo
FAIR Technology Matrix
Phase 2 Impressions
Digital Objects - from RDA Results towards Implementation: FAIR DOs and EOSC
Following conversations at the Polar Data Planning Summit in Boulder, and the Polar Data and Systems and Architecture Workshop in Geneva in 2018, we are pleased to announce that the Third Polar Data Forum (PDF III) will be hosted by the Finnish Meteorological Institute at thair Dynamicum campus in Helsinki from November 18th to 22nd, 2019. PDF III will be co-organized with regional partners including the INTAROS project in conjunction with the EU Arctic Cluster, the Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research, and other European organizations. The Forum will be co-convened by the IASC-SAON Arctic Data Committee, Southern Ocean Observing System, Standing Committee on Antarctic Data Management, the World Data System and other organizations engaged in polar data management.
At IFFIS 2019 in Stockholm, professionals working with research information and research infrastructure meet for exchange of experience and innovative thinking on issues related to open science. SND director and RDA Sweden coordinator Max Petzold will attend the conference to present SND and the road ahead, including RDA Sweden activities.
Read more about IFFIS 2019 (in Swedish)
Persistent Identifiers (PIDs) are an important component of Open Science and FAIR data practices. PIDs ensure that entities within the research workflow are discoverable, citable, comprehensible, and connected.
In this workshop, we will provide an overview of the value of PIDs and the different PID types available, followed by demonstrations of PID implementations and examples of how to successfully increase PID awareness. After lunch, we’ll roll up our sleeves and break out in groups to start exploring what PIDs can do for you or your institution.
The 15th edition of the International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC) will be run in partnership with the Digital Repository of Ireland. The conference will be hosted at Croke Park, home of Ireland's Gaelic games, from 17-20 February 2020.