Report on “Visions, requirements and needs for Future Research Environments: An Exploration Series with Researchers” published

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21 Dec 2020

Report on “Visions, requirements and needs for Future Research Environments: An Exploration Series with Researchers” published

  • By Bernd Saurugger

Dear IG Members,

As you know we were doing a series of interviews with top-level researchers such as members from the Marie Curie Alumni Association, ERC grantees and Nobel Laureates covering four domains (Engineering and Technical Sciences, Medical and Health Sciences, Natural Sciences and Social Sciences and Humanities). The aim was to:

  • explore the perspectives of excellent researchers who have a vision for and are interested in shaping the future of (European) research infrastructures for their domain
  • identify current barriers and services considered essential for a well-functioning EOSC 
  • obtain a better understanding on how research is changing
  • elaborate visions on how research will be conducted in 5 to 15 years and what the effect and impact on research infrastructures will be
  • provide these as seeds for public comments to involve a large stakeholder community, thus ensuring many voices are being heard and that findings are considered in EOSC implementation processes

We are now pleased to share with you the link to the final Report on “Visions, requirements and needs for Future Research Environments: An Exploration Series with Researchers”: https://zenodo.org/record/4336705#.X9t5Y9hKiUk. For Key Takeaway Messages, please see: https://zenodo.org/record/4337176#.X9t7cNhKiUk

If you follow the discussions on the Liaison Platform you might have seen Katharina’s posting concerning the report or also the posting on the list of all interviews.

 

To access our previous reports and key takeaway messages on researcher engagement activities, please see:

I already wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy new year!

Best wishes,

Bernd Saurugger  

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