PIDs’R’Us and if they’re you, too, please join us for the second PIDapalooza, in Girona, Spain on January 23-24, for a two-day celebration of persistent identifiers.
Together, we will achieve the incredible – make a meeting about persistent identifiers and networked research fun! Brought to you by California Digital Library, Crossref, DataCite, and ORCID, this year’s sessions are organized around eight themes:
- PID myths
- Achieving persistence
- PIDs for emerging uses
- Legacy PIDs
- Bridging worlds
- PID stories
- Kinds of persistence
The program is now final and there really is something for everyone (well, every PID geek)
- Hmm, Do Researchers Need to Care about PID Systems? Excellent question.
- We’ll hear Stories from the PID Roadies: Scholix.
- Nevermind the The Bollockschain and other PID Hallucinations.
- An intriguing session on #ResInfoCitizenshipIs?.
- There will be a plenary by Johanna McEntyre on As a
biologistI want to
reuse and remix dataso that I can
do my research.
- And we’ll enjoy another plenary from Melissa Haendel (title to be confirmed).
With half the places already booked, now’s the time to register and plan your trip. We hope to see fellow festival-goers there for some PIDtastic party time (and actually some epic serious conversations).
Contact me via the steering committee at PIDapalooza@datacite.org with any questions, music requests, or backstage passes.