The meeting has the objective to inform about the most recent adoptions and hear from the community about plans for further adoption of the PIDINST deliverables.
Collaborative session notes (main session): https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nDiot0756TgGCc2gdgdvoUwQ4JMOYBV28UEDXwRrcJI/edit?usp=sharing
Collaborative session notes (repeatsession): https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Itr87Nm5Gr0frXBizzElcB3kwOEtzwPYcElXJLs9olc/edit?usp=sharing
The draft agenda consists of the following parts and may be subject to change (an update will be provided ahead of the plenary):
- Brief introduction to PIDINST WG [Krahl, 5 min]
- DataCite Schema: Changes to accommodate PIDINST [Fenner, 5 min]
- PIDINST metadata profile in the ePIC DTR and the JSON-LD representation of PIDINST instances [Schwardmann, 5 min]
- B2INST: An update [van de Sanden, 5 min]
- Sensor.community: An update [Bingert, 5 min]
- Tech Tidbits
- Flux Instrument Meets PIDINST Schema [Devaraju, 10 min]
- Links between sensors and platforms, calibrations, data, etc. [Darroch, 10 min, recorded]
- An ontology for experimental techniques in the Photon and Neutron community [Collins, 10 min]
- Discussion [All, 30 min]
Researchers and experts managing or working with instruments as well as representatives of PID infrastructure providers, institutional providers of instrument databases, instrument manufacturers, data centers.
Instruments, such as sensors used in environmental science, DNA sequencers used in life sciences, or laboratory instruments used for medical research, are ubiquitous and fundamental to most fields of science. The ability to unambiguously refer to and describe an instrument instance, link the instance with instrument type as well as with the broader context in which the instrument operates is critical, especially for automated processing of such contextual information and for the interpretation of generated data. The PIDINST WG developed a community driven metadata schema and recommendation for implementing persistent identification of instruments in existing PID infrastructure.
PIDINST has completed its work and published its deliverables. The group continues to maintain the schema and is now actively working with the community on adoption of the proposed approaches for persistent identification of instruments.