Contribute to the EOSC Symposium breakout sessions

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The EOSC Symposium is all about giving the EOSC community the chance to shape discussions on the strategic priorities of the EOSC and at the same time contribute to the work of the Executive Board Working Groups. Sessions at the Symposium will focus on these topics and input from EOSC stakeholders is fundamental.

If you are working in an area related to one of the topics of the Symposium sessions tell us what you are doing and how your results can advance that specific areas. You just need to provide a short description of your work and select the Symposium session for which you think this contribution is important. Detail on each session can be found on the event programme.

All the received contributions will be shared with the relevant WGs. The most relevant contributions might become part of the session itself in the form of talks/contributions to the panel. After the event a short publication will be released to include contributions from stakeholders.

Topics for contributions could cover :

  • FAIR Practices, Metrics & Service Certification e.g FAIR best practices on disciplinary approaches
  • HPC & EOSC e.g. How HPC can contribute to EOSC and vieversa; 
  • Service Onboarding e.g. What it means being EOSC compliant; What are the services that should be part of EOSC    
  • Legal status & Business Models for EOSC e.g. examples of business models applied to the Research Sectors; examples of how to determine costs of EOSC and how to fund EOSC
  • PID Policies 
  • Impact of Requirements of FAIR on Technical Architecture e.g. the future EOSC architecture
  • EOSC Skills & Training e.g. Training resources catalogue; Skills for future EOSC; Training best practices and approaches; (How to) Embed OS in Academic curricula
  • EOSC Key Exploitable Results e.g. the top 3 exploitable results of your EOSC-related project
  • Alignment of Standards / Regulations for EOSC e.g National infrastructure vs EOSC: what are the challenges and the potential ways of collaborating? 
  • Authentication and Authorisation Infrastructure (AAI) e.g. best practices, barriers, vision for the future EOSC AAI
  • Open Science Policies e.g. National approaches to Open Science; Aligning Open Science with EOSC; Institutional policies for OS: barriers and opportunities
  • Thematic communities expectations from EOSC 
  • How communities are addressing sustainable development goals and how Research Infrastructures and einfrastructures are supporting this

Deadline for applications: 18:00 CEST, 24th October

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