Symposium: Persistent Identifiers (PID) in biodiversity data life cycle

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14 May 2019

This Symposium will explore the theoretical challenges and practical examples of using PIDs. Are PIDs neccessary for the FAIR data and what data in biodiversity need PIDs?

Implemented solutions of PIDs for the specimen and DNA-based taxon occurrence data are to be demonstrated.

Remote participation

Agenda

Time (EEST/UTC +3) Title Speaker
14:30 Welcome
14.35 Persistent Identifiers of the Species: UNITE case Urmas KõljalgUniversity of Tartu
15:00 Publishing PacBio sequence data in GBIF as taxon occurrences Kai IlvesUniversity of Tartu
15:30 GBIF and cryptic biodiversity: status and plans Dmitry SchigelGBIF Secretariat
15:55 Opening up natural history collections for science with persistent identifiers : polices, stakeholders and common goals Michelle PriceCETAF
16:15 Coffee break
16:35 Persistently identifying Digital Specimens in DiSSCo Wouter AddinkDiSSCo
17:00 Discussion: What PID system(s) we need for the biodiversity data? Moderator:  Vince SmithNatural History Museum, London

Organisers

Venue
University of Tartu Library
Location
Tartu
Country or area
Estonia
When
14 May 2019 14:30 - 18:00
Language
English