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It has been another busy month for the EOSCsecretariat with this months newsletter covering:
Open Consultation for SRIA future vision document & webinar
EOSC Work Plan 2020
EOSC Consultation Day report
Setting up the EOSC association blog by Cathrin Stöver
New Co-creation deadline
Save the date: EOSC Symposium 2020
For this and more, read on.
Open Consultation for Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda
The Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) provides general guidelines to help develop the work programmes for EOSC in Horizon Europe. The SRIA is open for public consultationuntil 31 August 2020, involving stakeholders from inside and outside the EOSC Community. Research infrastructures, universities, researchers, industry, national and international initiatives, policymakers, citizen scientists are all invited to take part in this collective effort across countries and disciplines.
The consultation takes the form of an online questionnaire where respondents can give their views on topics such as EOSC's guiding principles, action areas and priorities. This includes information relating to rewarding Open Science practices and skills; standard, tools and services to find, access and reuse results; and shared and federated infrastructures to enable open sharing of scientific results.
Before completing the consultation questionnaire, respondents are advised to first read the SRIA consultation document which sets out a general framework and provides key information.
Thanks for joining our webinar on EOSC Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda consultation. We hope that the insights shared by our key speakers: Sarah Jones, GEANT & EOSC FAIR WG Chair, and Karel Luyben, CESAER & EOSC Executive Board Co-Chair, will be useful for you. Both speakers' presentations and the webinar recording are now freely available on the webpage. You can find it here.
The EOSC Eecutive Board has published the EOSC Work Plan 2020, a co-ordination document outlining key activities in this critical first phase of implementation before the launch of a Minimal Viable EOSC. Download the digital booklet now and learn more about the outlined activities that will run until the end of 2020.
Outcome from the EOSC Consultation Day
The EOSC Consultation Day took place in May and was co-located with the EOSC-Hub Week 2020. The online event attracted 600 participants from around Europe tuning in and joining in on the interactive discussions held in the various break out sessions. The event was an opportunity for community engagement on the work of the EOSC Executive Board and its Working Group. Download the report and engage further on discussions at the event through the EOSC Liaison Platform.
EOSC Executive Board Update
Discover the next steps towards the establishment of the EOSC Association and learn how to contribute to the process in the latest blog post by Cathrin Stöver, EOSC Execitive Board Co-Chair. Read more...
Getting perspectives from European Researchers
Prof. Elise Muir, head of the Institute for European Law of the KU Leuven, sees EOSC could help to bridges, encourage research on an international and global level, and rethink the conditions and rules that research funding is tied to. Read on...
Prof. Saket Saurarh is an ERC grantee and professor from University of Bergen, Norway. He believes that with the joint efforts with the EOSC in providing help to get data, finding and identifying people with similar goals to collaborate, we might achieve more than as individuals. Read on...
Monika Wolkers is an ERC grantee and research group leader at Sanquin, Netherlands. She sees that EOSC that could play a role in highlighting research results that come from interdisciplinary approaches, which could inspire and encourage scientists to take new paths in their research and to strike out in new directions. . Read on...
EOSCsecretariat.eu will continue the selection for relevant EOSC-related activities, providing funding for studies, analyses, workshops, events and other key contributions to the EOSC mission. If you have an idea that will help co-create the EOSC, apply for funding now!Deadline for co-creation applications is on the 3rd August at 17:00 CEST.
Join the upcoming EOSC Event
We are pleased to announce the "EOSC Symposium 2020", organised by the EOSCSecretariat.eu project in collaboration with the EOSC Executive and Governing Boards, taking place online from the 19th to the 22nd of October 2020 (mornings only).
The main objectives of this year Symposium are:
to show the value of EOSC to research performing organisations and research funders;
to onboard new members into the EOSC association;
to engage the EOSC providers explaining how and why federate the services with the objectives.
Stay tuned as we will open the registration after summer. If you wish to take part in the event as a keynote speaker, please contact us at email@example.com.