Topical workshop on architecture, service portfolio and federated service management in EOSC, organised by WP5 and WP6 with the involvement of members and experts from other project WPs. Time will be available for the glossary discussion.
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How European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) will be governed is being designed now. EOSCpilot project is in charge of trialing and proposing a stakeholder-driven governance framework for EOSC.
Stakeholders, such as research communities, research institutions, research infrastructures, e-infrastructures, and research funding bodies are invited to debate and pilot the main characteristics of the draft governance framework for the EOSC and to highlight the items for improvement.
Are you a student, postdoc, senior researchers from the domain of astrophysics and astroparticle physics and gravitational waves?
H2020-Astronomy ESFRI and Research Infrastructure Cluster (ASTERICS) is organizing the 2nd ASTERICS-OBELICS International School on Advanced software programming for astrophysics and astroparticle physics, from 04.06.2018 to 08.06.2018
Research funding bodies, institutions and research libraries are key stakeholders of the European Open Science Cloud. Funders and institutional policies and mandates are essential drivers of Open Science. Institutions and academic libraries are key stakeholders when it comes to the implementation of such policies and integration into researcher's workflows.
Workshop Purpose: Moving towards the end of the EOSCpilot project, the aim of this workshop is to seize the opportunity of ESOF’s interdisciplinary scope by bringing together various stakeholders, in order to get multiple stakeholders’ views on the recent developments of the EOSC, on possible gaps about services to provide or communities to involve, in order to ensure an effective and wide inclusion of various actors involved in the implementation of EOSC all over Europe.