2017 Czech Republic Workshop

We are delighted to announce that we will be hosting an ORCID workshop at the Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic on Monday 22 May. There will be ample opportunity for networking and Q&A.

This workshop is part of ORCID's growing global outreach program, made possible as a result of a grant from The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust.

We look forward to seeing you in Prague!

Registration is closed.


Location

Czech Technical University in Prague

Faculty of Civil Engineering 

Room C 215 (1st floor in the atrium)

Thakurova 2077/7, Prague 6 (map)

Program

08:30 Registration

09:00 Welcome remarks Zbyněk Škvor  (Czech Technical University in Prague)

09:15 Why Identifiers Matter Laure Haak  (ORCID)

09:55 What can ORCID do for research information management Matthew Buys  (ORCID)

10:25 Who benefits from ORCID Gabriela Meijas  (ORCID)

10:50 Moderated Q&A

11:00 Refreshment break

11:30 Measuring adoption of identifiers Robin Dasler  (Project THOR)

12:15 Lunch

13:15 ORCID use cases

Overview of ORCID in research lifecycle, presentations by key stakeholders in the community. 15 min per presentation, 30 min Q&A

14:45 ORCID consortium approaches and case studies Matthew Buys (ORCID)

15:15 Open Discussion: use cases of ORCID in Czech Republic

16:15 Closing remarks and discussion Laure Haak (ORCID)

16:30 Reception

Directions

Prague has a dense network of public transport. It is easy to get to the CVUT campus by public transport. To search for a connection, see the central portal of the Prague Public Transit Co.: http://spojeni.dpp.cz/ConnForm.aspx?cl=E5

By metro:

CVUT campus is located within walking distance to the Dejvicka metro station. Take metro line A and get off at Dejvicka stop. Walk upstairs and take the exit to the left from the subway in direction to “Bus to Suchdol.” Cross the bus stop and continue across the park. Cross the park, walk down the Technicka street (it is a wide street with trees in the middle) and you will see the building of the Faculty of Civil Engineering ahead.

By tram:

Take tram no. 8 or 18, 20, 26 and get off at “Vitezne namesti” station. Walk to the subway that leads to the metro station to walk under the square and then follow the same route.

From the airport:

Take bus no. 119 to the Metro station "Nadrazi Veleslavin" (15 minutes). At the airport, the bus stop is located in the middle of the car park outside the arrival hall, just walk straight and look for the signs. Change for Metro (subway) "Nadrazi Veleslavin" and go two stations in direction "Depo Hostivar" to the "Dejvicka" station.