Principles of Engagement in the EOSC
Conveners: Andrew Smith (ELIXIR), Damien Lecarpentier (EUDAT)
- Jorge Sanchez (eInfraCentral)
- Massimo Cocco (EPOS)
- Carole Goble (ISBE and CORBEL)
- Ludek Matyska (CESNET, ELIXIR-CZ, ELIXIR Compute Platform)
- Franco Niccolucci (PARTHENOS)
- Fabio Pasian (ASTERICS)
13:30 - 13:40 Analysis of PoE of potential service providers and users by Andrew Smith and Damien Lecarpentier (10 min)
13:40 - 13:50 Presentation by Jorge Sanchez (eInfraCentral) (10 min)
13:50 - 14:20 Panel discussion (30 min)
14:20 - 14:30 Wrap-up and Conclusions (10 min)
This panel discussion will contribute to a task that is under work in EOSCpilot to investigate and analyze the organizational Principles of Engagement for scientific users (organizational level) and service providers in the EOSC. There are legal/financial/ethical and other organizational aspects that could become barriers for participation – using or providing services - in the EOSC and we aim at a set of Principles that is small and generic enough to allow for participation from all players from the outset.
A study of a series of 20 e-infrastructures and research infrastructures, we are proposing a minimum defined set of principles for EOSC to engage with service providers and users. This set of principles has being refined through an iterative consultation of stakeholders: 2nd EOSCpilot Governance Development Forum, Tallin (EE), Oct 2-3, 2017; EOSCpilot WP2 meeting, Brussels (BE), Oct 18-19, 2017.
Panelists representing scientists and service providers will discuss the proposed set of principles or engagement, and which kind of issues /barriers they would identify in using foreseen EOSC services.
Focus of the session
As Service Providers:
• Would be interested including your services in EOSC with these draft PoE?
• Which minimal set of information would you need to select/consume an EOSC service?
(panelists will be asked to reflect on a number of description items identified through EOSCpilot consultations & by the e-InfraCentral project)
• Which specific criteria would be key for you & your community?
• From your point of view, do the draft Principles of Engagement identified so far enable open science?