ORCID is a unique researcher identification number that will distinguish you from other researchers. You can create your ORCID iD at the Wageningen PhD Symposium 2019 - Science with Impacts on Friday 25 October.
WUR Library strongly encourages researchers and PhDs to create a unique ORCID iD. It helps you to create a complete overview of your scientific activities. An ORCID iD is more accurate and secure than a name: many people can have the same name but each ORCID iD is unique. ORCID is a not-for-profit organisation, created by and for the research community.
Wageningen PhD symposium 2019, 25 October in Impulse
WUR Library will be present at the Wageningen PhD symposium. We will give information about ORCID and help you to register if needed. You can also read this blog by Hilde van Zeeland. It introduces ORCID and explains how to use all its possibilities.
The Wageningen PhD symposium 2019 has it's focus on research impact & application. Share your work via a presentation or a poster with your colleagues from different departments and get inspired to excel by the renowed keynote speakers of the day. It is still possible to submit your abstract, the deadline has been extended to Tuesday 1 October.