The European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) has entered a critical phase in preparing for 2021, where the first full iteration of EOSC will be available for researchers providing access to a virtual environment with open and seamless services for storage, management, analysis and re-use of research data, across borders and scientific disciplines.Read more
On the 22nd of October 2019, the University of Aalto, Helsinki, Finland hosted the first EOSC event of 2019: The International Research Data Community contributing to EOSC.
The event was organised by EOSCSecretariat.eu in collaboration with the EOSC Executive Board and the Research Data Alliance (RDA).Read more
European Big Data Value Forum gathered over 500 enthusiasts of big data and artificial intelligence from industry and academia to Helsinki from 14 – 16 October. The event was built of more than...Read more
The EOSC Executive Board has released the first version of the EOSC Work Plan. The plan outlines the key outputs which will be delivered in this first phase of implementation. They comprise a first iteration of activities which will be handed over to a new governance structure at the end of 2020. The timelines, methods for delivery and key inputs are outlined in this document and run from mid-2019 until the end of 2020. The Work Plan will be updated periodically, at least in Q1 of 2020, but potentially more regularly if needed.Read more
The final report from the first general EOSC Concertation meeting has been released. The 2-day meeting, was jointly organised by DG-RTD and DG-CNECT, the two units from the European Commission currently funding the invited EOSC projects and coordinating activities, as well as the EOSCsecretariat.eu. Taking place 9-10 September 2019 in Brussels, the meeting responded to a recognised need to bring the EOSC community together and inform each other about the respective activities.
Input from all the sessions has now been collected and collated in a final public reportRead more
EOSC's role in making "open science the new normal" was emphasised in the EOSCSecretariat.eu's co-organised session at the European Research and Innovation Days, "Open Science is the New Normal...Read more
The EOSC Secretariat responds to the plea for stakeholder engagement by introducing the Co-creation approach and a budget for its realisation. Therefore, retains a high degree of flexibility in its roll-out plan by adopting a co-creation approach and providing budget for all upcoming, foreseen and unforeseen, activities and actions related to the work of the EOSC Secretariat to support the EOSC Governance.Read more
Project ARCHIVER - Archiving and Preservation for Research Environments, is launching an Early Adopters Programme organisations that want to help shape its Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP) programme. Resulting services become will become part of the catalogue of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC).Read more