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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The EOSCpilot is launching its 9th Webinar dedicated to the Governance objective.
The Webinar will take place online on May 17th at 14:00 CEST.
Topic of the Webinar will be the European Open Science Cloud Roadmap: translating the vision into practice.
Presentation will be given by Athanasios Karalopoulos, European Commission, DG Research and Innovation.
The workshop program will be divided in two main parts: In the first part, the HPC ecosystem will be presented, including presentations about HPC-related issues: microelectronics, supercomputer applications, user perspectives, policy issues. Future and Emerging Technologies Initiatives and their HPC/data needs will also be covered.
The second EOSCpilot All Hands Meeting will take place on 8-9 March 2018 at CNR in Pisa, Italy. The meeting is open to those involved with EOSCpilot work packages, including the science demonstrators. The meeting aims to bring together all those working on the EOSCpilot project, in order to:
This EOSC stakeholder event targets research libraries, academic institutions and other research-performing organisations – the key intermediaries between researchers and service providers –. The workshop will start with a set of introduction talks:
The workshop invites trainers and others concerned with skills development to shape the role of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) in building data stewardship skills capacity and recognition. Research institutions, domain-specific infrastructures and e-infrastructures all need to nurture skills to ensure research outputs are findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable (FAIR).
January 25, 2018, Porto, Portugal
Session Chairs: Angus Whyte (Digital Curation Centre), Gergely Sipos (EGI) and Ellen Leenarts (DANS)
Session co-chair: Marjan Grootveld (DANS)
Session Chair: Simon Lambert, STFC
Objectives: Discuss Principles of Engagement to EOSC
This session will present work in progress within the EOSCpilot project to define some principles of engagement in the European Open Science Cloud. In particular, the session will discuss how to engage as a service provider and present the development of a set of guidelines to facilitate the findability and reuse of research data within EOSC.
From the 22nd to the 25th of January 2018, the city of Porto (Portugal) will host the next EUDAT Conference entitled "Putting the EOSC vision into practice".
Gathering community decision-makers and data managers, scientists & research communities, policy-makers, e-Infrastructure initiatives, research infrastructures and ESFRI projects, the EUDAT Conference will:
The data institute (DANS) and the ecological institute (NIOO) of the Dutch Academy of Arts and Sciences are committed to open science and organise, together with the University of Amsterdam, a mini-symposium and various workshops on open science, data and tools in ecological and evolutionary research.
This workshop will offer an interactive session where researchers and research infrastructures present their use-cases and more in general describe how they do their daily work and which obstacles they face to access resources.
Some solutions will be presented in light of benefits they bring to researchers and research infrastructures if adopted, maturity and service models.
Make your voice heard at the first EOSC Stakeholder Forum in The Square, Brussels, on 28-29 November 2017. The event, organised by EOSCpilot, aims at charting a course towards a concrete and sustainable EOSC, identifying first steps on the EU added-value of EOSC and its building blocks to make Europeans do their research better.
The protection of the marine environment is important to ensure that there are marine resources for future generations. Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) are a key management tool to support the conservation of marine resources. The Convention of Biological Diversity Aichi target 11 states that by 2020, at least 10 per cent of coastal and marine areas, especially areas of particular importance for biodiversity and ecosystem services, are conserved through ecologically representative and well-connected systems of protected areas.
Despite the success of the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI), fragmentation across domains still produces repetitive and isolated solutions. In line with the overall ASTERICS – OBELICS objectives, this workshop aims at building bridges between ESFRI projects, concerned scientific communities, e-infrastructures, industries and further consortia, and to call them to action for the implementation of the EOSC for data interoperability in the astrophysics and astroparticle physics related disciplines.
The 2017 Technology Exchange will feature presentations, panels, birds-of-a-feature and working meetings, tutorials, and workshops on a broad spectrum of topics related to advanced networking, information security, trust and identity, cloud implementation, and applications for research support.
For more information on the event, please visit: https://meetings.internet2.edu/2017-technology-exchange/