[Workshop] ESFRI Science Clusters' Long Term Commitments to Open Science - 11 June 2021

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28 May 2021

[Workshop] ESFRI Science Clusters' Long Term Commitments to Open Science - 11 June 2021

  • By Mathilde Hubert

Please find the registration form open till 7 June and the full programme at the following link: https://indico.in2p3.fr/event/24327/overview

Why this event?

Organized by the Science Clusters, ENVRI-FAIR, EOSC-Life, ESCAPE, PANOSC and SSHOC, this event aims addressing potential sustainable actions to consolidate the cluster work programmes as well as presenting to the European Commission, ESFRI and the EOSC Association a longer-term vision to support the uptake of Open Science by the global scientific community. It will provide answers to the most frequently asked questions about Science Clusters and Open Science:

  • What is the state-of-the-art of open science in Europe?
  • How do clusters participate in the development of EOSC?
  • What is the role currently covered by the science clusters in EOSC landscape?
  • What workplan for the future of the clusters?

These five are EU collaborative projects that were launched in 2019 to link ESFRIs and other world-class Research Infrastructures (RIs) to the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC).

The main impacts of the Science Clusters' work programmes are: improving researchers' access to data, tools and resources, leading to new insights and innovation for data-driven science both within and beyond the clusters' domains; creating a cross-border open innovation environment for FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable) data management for economies of scale; and developing synergies and raising the efficiency and productivity of researchers through open-science standards and thematic services.

As important stakeholders of EOSC, the Science Clusters contribute to its development and its implementation.

Who should attend?

The members of the five clusters, all of the EOSC-family of related projects, Research & Academic institution representatives, Research Communities, ESFRI board, EOSC Association and the European Commission.

We would be pleased if you could share this invitation within your project, should you have any question please do not hesitate to write us.

With Best Regards,

Mathilde HUBERT
Communication Officer – ESCAPE
LAPP (CNRS/Université Savoie Mont Blanc) – 9, chemin de Bellevue – 74941 Annecy-le-Vieux
Tel. : 04 50 09 16 63