The OPERA project is funded by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science, Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education (and was previously funded by DEFF: Denmark’s Electronic Research Library).  It aims to establish open and advanced research analytic practices and systems at Danish universities and in the Danish landscape of research analytics stakeholders.

As part of their workshop focusing on Persistent Identifiers taking place on 3 March 2020, we are delighted that Brian Kirkegaard Lunn, Senior Metadata Manager from Digital Science and Dimensions, will be presenting a session on How GRID PIDs enable better data linkage and data analysis? Join Brian at 1515-1545 (CET) to find out more on the following:

  • Why GRID is a huge help to untangle affiliation strings – exemplified with SN SciGraph
  • GRID is released under CC0, so the scientific community can benefit
  • GRID disambiguation service is part of the Dimensions API