|Time||16 November 2020, 13:30 - 15:00 CET|
|Chair||Simon Lambert (SFTC)|
There is no doubt that persistent identifiers are fundamental to the EOSC, as they are to FAIR data. There have been many different PID-related activities and developments in the EOSC, coming from the FREYA project but also other EOSC projects. This session brings together some diverse perspectives, including FREYA's vision of the PID Graph in relation to EOSC, the high-level EOSC work on PID policy and architecture, and concrete developments with particular PID types in an EOSC context.