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EOSCpilot Rounds Up Key Contributions to the EOSC
04 Jun 2019

EOSCpilot Rounds Up Key Contributions to the EOSC

As EOSCpilot officially ended last week, 31 May 2019, we take a look back at some of the key contributions of the project to the development of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC).

EOSCpilot is the first funded project that provided a clear starting point and would provide the foundational work needed to build the EOSC.

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EOSCpilot Delivers Final EOSC Architecture Recommendation
22 May 2019

EOSCpilot Delivers Final EOSC Architecture Recommendation

Earlier this month, EOSCpilot delivered its pioneering work on what the European Open Science Cloud's (EOSC) architecture should look like on its full implementation.

Deliverable 6.8 - Final EOSC Architecture, produced by the EOSCpilot, aims to refine the architectural design for the interoperation of various types of infrastructures, which could be part of the future EOSC.

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 An EOSC Roadmap for Service Portfolio
21 May 2019

An EOSC Roadmap for Service Portfolio

Shaping the definition of the Servie Porfolio of EOSC has been a significant activity in the EOSCpilot project. Along with the identification of services, the roadmap also focused on the implementation of the EOSC Service Portfolio Management.

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Pioneering Blueprint Delivered for EOSC Service Architecture
20 May 2019

Pioneering Blueprint Delivered for EOSC Service Architecture

With the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) to be defined by the services that it will deliver, EOSCpilot ensures its success by delivering a blueprint for the EOSC service architecture in its latest published report.

EOSCpilot's Deliverable 5.4 - Final EOSC Service Architecture (D5.4) is the second and final release of the EOSC Service Architecture by EOSCpilot.

Key features

The blueprint builds upon the foundations defined in the Initial EOSC Service Architecture (deliverable D5.1) for the EOSC IT System.

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3 Major Updates to EOSC Policy-Supporting Services
16 May 2019

3 Major Updates to EOSC Policy-Supporting Services

EOSCpilot has recently published updates to the 3 EOSC Policy Supporting Services it developed earlier in the project. 

These updates were delivered through the EOSCpilot report Deliverable 3.7 Updates to Policy-Supporting Services (D3.7). In this report, the updates are shaped into an integrated vision for the EOSCpilot Policy Supporting Services, including the Open Science Monitor, Open Science Policy Registry and the Open Science Policy Toolkit.

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EOSCpilot's 9 Recommendations for EOSC Policy
15 May 2019

EOSCpilot's 9 Recommendations for EOSC Policy

Nine high-level policy recommendations were recognised, embodied in implementing actions that are primarily aimed at the EOSC-governing bodies, organisations that fund research, and research infrastructures across Europe. Along with the actions, steps to-be-taken are provided. All the different elements of the report emphasize the importance of an inclusive and transparent debate: stakeholder views and recommendations should be incorporated throughout the policy drafting, adoption and implementation of the EOSC.

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EOSC Post-2020 Governance Structure Proposed by EOSCpilot
14 May 2019

EOSC Post-2020 Governance Structure Proposed by EOSCpilot

As part of its pioneering work for the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC), the EOSCpilot project has proposed a post-2020 governance structure to succeed the current interim governance structure in place.

The objective of EOSCpilot's Governance Work Package (WP2) was to design and trial a stakeholder-driven governance framework with the involvement of research communities, research institutions, research infrastructures including e-infrastructures, and research funding bodies.

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Visual Media Service - Back again and extended
06 Mar 2019

Visual Media Service - Back again and extended

Visual representations are of paramount importance for Cultural Heritage (CH) research; these data, however, are complex to manage and disseminate over the web, especially in the context of the humanities science domain.

The aim of the Visual Media Service is to provide CH researchers with an automatic system to publish, visualize and analyze images and 3D models in a shared workspace on the web, thus allowing sharing, interoperability and reuse of visual data.

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