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This document is the first draft of the Stakeholder Map whose objective is to scope the wide field of potential stakeholders, to determine who is affected and need to affect the European Open Science Cloud and to organize and manage the involvement of these stakeholders. The deliverable will result in a mapping of stakeholders to roles, level of influence and participation as well as to concepts and categories with identified relations and dependencies.eoscpilot-d2.1.pdf
This document outlines an initial draft framework for a stakeholder driven governance and decision-making structure. This will form the basis, of a governance piloting exercise whereby the framework will be co-designed and developed with the community using the draft framework outlined here as a foundation and strawman.eoscpilot-d2.2.pdf
This report presents a concise yet comprehensive Policy Landscape Review (PLR) in relation to European Policies related to Open Science. The report focuses specifically on the role of Open Science policies as an instrument for development in the context of the knowledge economy and the global data value chain.eoscpilot-d3.1.pdf
This report is part of the Policy Work Package (WP3) of the EOSCpilot project, which aims to understand the European state of the art of policies contributing to Open Science (OS), then draw recommendations that will eliminate barriers, and foster OS policy development and uptake by smart utilisation of the relevant enablers. Particularly for the EOSC Open Science Monitoring Framework Specifications, it is one of the three sub-tasks that support a policy driven approach in monitoring OS results.eoscpilot-d3.2.pdf
The Science Demonstrators play an essential role as early adopters of EOSC from a range of science areas. Their input will be used to drive and prioritise the integration of the EOSC services in a common homogeneous platform.
To achieve this goal, an engagement model for the science demonstrator has been developed and is proposed in this document which provides guidelines to structure the interaction between selected science demonstrators and the EOSCpilot project.
The selected Science Demonstrators will represent a broad range of scientific activities that will provide requirements for the infrastructure and will help in evaluating the services offered by the EOSCpilot.
Five initial Science Demonstrators were selected during the preparation of the EOSCpilot project proposal. The objective of this deliverable is to define a process and criteria that will be used to select the ten additional Science Demonstrators that will be run within the project. To define the selection process and criteria, we considered the objectives of the Science Demonstrators, the principles in which the selection process will be based and the minimum necessary staff to run the selection process.
The Science Demonstrators play an essential role as early adopters of EOSC from a range of science areas. Their input is used to drive and prioritize the integration of the EOSC services in a common homogeneous platform. To achieve this goal, a selection process for Science Demonstrators through Open Calls has been developed, followed by the execution of two Open Calls.eoscpilot-d4.3.pdf
EOSC is expected to be “a federated, globally accessible, multidisciplinary environment where researchers, innovators, companies and citizens can publish, find, use and reuse each other's data, tools, publications and other outputs for research, innovation and educational purposes”.eoscpilot-d5.1.pdf
This document represents the work done by WP5.2 in the first year of the EOSCpilot project. It presents an analysis of the service landscape in Europe, the service portfolio management methodologies employed by a number of e-infrastructure providers and puts forward a proposal of how service portfolio management can be accomplished in the EOSC. This work is an intermediary result and aims to facilitate discussion on what EOSC aims to be and the methodology to get there.eoscpilot-d5.2.pdf
The objective of this deliverable is to perform a gap analysis on technical and political barriers that prevent the interconnection of e-infrastructures and the application of the FAIR principles with the aim to guide the design of an architecture that will allow overcoming these gaps. The work is mainly based on a questionnaire sent to a set of e-infrastructures, to the Science Demonstrators and communities related to the long tail of Science. The analysis includes the technical aspects (authentication, authorisation, data, compute, network, core infrastructures and workflows management systems), the political, social and cultural aspects (access policies, knowledge of the e-infrastructures landscape, adoption) and, based on the analysis done, a first list of initiatives and projects to collaborate with.eoscpilot-d6.1.pdf