ODIN’s first year conference and codesprint

Du 15 au 17 octobre 2013 - Genève (CERN), Suisse

Publié le 6 août 2013, par Thérèse Hameau

ODIN (ORCID and DataCite Interoperability Network) is a two-year EU-funded project that aims to increase the interoperability of trusted researcher and data identifiers and demonstrate the wonders that can be built upon such open services.

Overview : This event - the first of the two major ODIN community events - will be a combination of a traditional-style conference and a technology-focused, hands-on codesprint geared towards developers. The conference part will enable the ODIN group to disseminate findings and to obtain feedback & validation on the work completed so far. The codesprint part will be a venue for participants and invited experts to work together to assemble concrete demonstrations of the potential of open and interoperable identifier systems.

The first two-days are solely given over to a codesprint (Oct 15-16) during which participants will collaborate on projects to demonstrate and take advantage of interoperable researcher and data identifiers, along with developers from ORCID & DataCite.

The third day (Oct 17) is a general conference open to all. ODIN partners will share the results from the first half of the 2-year project and receive feedback from the community.

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