Save the date! THOR Final Event: 15 November 2017

The THOR project team are delighted to announce that the project final event will take place at the Università degli Studi di Roma “La Sapienza” in Rome, Italy, on November 15th 2017.

Come and join us in the Eternal City to learn about how we have advanced the state of the art in persistent identifiers. You will find out about how we have developed new tools to connect identifiers across systems, to link people, datasets, samples, reactions and more. You will see how identifiers are being used in access and authentication. You will see what we have done to drive new developments in the identifier world, and learn of our research into how identifiers are being used and by whom.

This event will be presented in partnership with our hosts and local supporters La Sapienza and Cineca, and will include keynotes from data publishing expert, open science champion and THOR ambassador Fiona Murphy and another expert in the field, as well as presentations from the THOR partners.

If you care about how identifiers can be used to make research more open, FAIR and effective, then you should not miss this conference.

More information about the speakers, programme and registration details will be announced soon!