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An Invitation to the OJS and ORCiD User Community of Indonesia

December 13, 2023 @ 9:00 pm 10:00 pm UTC-4

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The Public Knowledge Project’s flagship software, Open Journal Systems (OJS) is the world’s most widely used journal management and publishing system with use by over 34,000 journals worldwide. Indonesia accounts for PKP’s largest user community.

Join PKP and ORCiD—the foremost organization offering author-level persistent identifiers for scholarly communications—on Thursday, December 14, 2023 at 9am (WIB). This event will feature insights from PKP, ORCiD, and the Indonesian academic publishing community, including a live demonstration showcasing ORCiD interoperability with OJS in the latest version of the software.


Juan Pablo Alperin is the Co-Scientific Director of PKP, an Associate Professor in the Publishing Program at Simon Fraser University and the Co-Director of the Scholarly Communications Lab (ScholCommLab). He is recognized as a leading voice in the open access (OA) and open science (OS) communities who can intermediate between the Latin American experiences and the discussions about OA and OS worldwide.

Erik Hanson is a Systems Developer and works closely with both PKP Publishing Services and PKP’s development team. He holds a Master’s of Library and Information Studies from the University of British Columbia and a Master’s of Publishing from Simon Fraser University.

Brian Minihan is based in Kona, Big Island of Hawaii and supports the strategic goals for ORCID Consortia member organizations in Scandinavia, the Asia Pacific region, and the United States and Canada. Before joining ORCID, Brian was a Scholarly Communications Librarian at Hong Kong Baptist University, where he was an advocate for open scholarship in Asia. He has also been a Systems Librarian at Innovative Interfaces and a Research Associate at University of San Francisco’s Ricci Institute for Chinese-Western Cultural History.

Hery Purnobasuki is a professor in Airlangga University’s Biology Department. Dr. Hery is renowned for his expertise in plant structures, particularly mangroves. Holding a PhD from Tohoku University, Japan, he has contributed significantly to the scientific community with over 60 papers and projects. Notably, Prof. Purnobasuki is the Head of the Institute of Innovation, Journal Development, Press, and Intellectual Property Rights at Universitas Airlangga. He has been instrumental in advancing Open Journal Systems in Indonesia, particularly at Universitas Airlangga, where 102 journals are managed under his guidance. This platform has enhanced journal management and global recognition, as evidenced by the impressive indexing achievements: 12 journals in SCOPUS, one in ESCI/WoS, six in the ASEAN Citation Index, 55 in DOAJ, and 85 in SINTA. Prof. Purnobasuki’s efforts have significantly increased the visibility and impact of the university’s research on an international scale through innovation and publication.