By Jean-François Abramatic - Chair of the EOSC Architecture Working Group
The Architecture Working Group is releasing three documents delivered by its Task Forces on Authentication and Authorization Infrastructure (AAI), Persistent Identifiers (PID) and Scholarly Infrastructures for Research Software (SIRS). Open for comments until 10 November.Read more
By: Alizée Francey (Rapporteur of the EOSC Landscape Working Group), with contributions by Jan Hrušák (Chair of the EOSC Landscape Working Group)
On 28 and 29 September 2020, the EOSC Landscape WG Final Workshop took place at Thon Hotel Brussels with possibility of remote participation, and over 100 stakeholders took part in it.Read more
Visions, Needs and Requirements for Future Research Environments: An Exploration with ERC Grantee Valeria Pulignano
Researchers are at the very heart of the EOSC: So what do researchers really need to do outstanding research and produce high-impact research results? Moreover, how do they think could the EOSC support them in their research endeavors? Let’s see what sociologist Valeria Pulignano has to say.
Interview with: Prof. Dr. Valeria Pulignano, Centre for Sociological Research, BelgiumRead more
The Landscape Working Group of the EOSC Executive Board surveyed and documented the landscape of infrastructures, initiatives, and policies across Europe relating to the development of the EOSC system and the report was published by the European Commission.Read more
Online session “Visions, requirements and needs for Future Research Environments in the Healthcare domain”
Since the start of the EOSC initiative, the needs of potential stakeholders were put into focus – among them the wishes and requirements of researchers and research institutions. To understand what the research community requires to perform cutting-edge research, the EOSCSecretariat partner TUWien invited an experts in open research, public health and computer sciences as well as a Nobel Laureate to discuss their visions, requirements and needs for future research environments in the Healthcare domain.Read more
EOSC Interest Group (IG) Researcher Engagement and Use Cases recognized the need for a collection of these EOSC Use Cases, which demonstrate the impact of Open Science and the use of data from different disciplines, and therefore started active and intense discussions to create this collection.
Visions, needs and requirements for (future) research environments: An exploration with ERC Grantee Stephan Schiffels
Researchers are at the very heart of the EOSC: So what do researchers really need to do cutting-edge research? How do they think the EOSC could support them in their endeavors? Let;s see what Stephan Schiffels - group leader for population genetics at the Department for Archeogenetics of the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History in Jena - has to say.Read more