Workshop


The European Open Science Cloud - Priorities, ideas and resources for the Implementation phase of EOSC

Organised by EOSC Association

Sept 21, 09.30 - 11.00 CEST

researchers, research Infrastructures and research communities, repository managers, libraries, service providers and innovators, organisations interested or already engaging with or contributing to EOSC

Interdisciplinary collaborations: Networks, services, methods
Sustaining Open infrastructures, services and tools for research communities
Training and skills for open science
European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) and FAIR data

EOSC, co-creation, strategy, community building

The learning outcomes of the workshop will be: 

  • Topics and priorities of the EOSC Advisory Groups and Task Forces
  • Contribute to the AGs and TFs
  • Through collaborative discussion, understand existing resources and strategic priorities from the OS Fair community

This interactive session is organised by the EOSC Association and will provide information on the vision and priorities of the Implementation Phase of the European Open Science Cloud. It will also gather information on new ideas and resources coming from the OS Fair participants that can contribute directly to the newly set up EOSC Advisory Groups and their Task Forces.

The EOSC Association represents a single voice for the advocacy and representation of the broader EOSC Stakeholder community in Europe, promoting alignment of EU research policy and priorities. A key role of the Association is to continuously develop the EOSC Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) which will influence future EOSC activities at institutional, national and EU level (including the EOSC-related work programmes in Horizon Europe). This living document will adapt to the changing EOSC ecosystem and the needs of EOSC stakeholders.

To achieve this, the Association has set up a series of Advisory Groups (AG) with Task Forces (TF) to engage with the EOSC community around priority areas which will be discussed.

EOSC Directors and TF coordinators will first present the charters and remit for each TF. Then we’ll be holding an open discussion, inviting participants to contribute directly to a pooling of ideas, current activities or resources that could contribute or be of interest to the TFs. We’re also interested in your concerns and priorities – what do you not see covered by the TFs or feel is a gap in the Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda. In the end we’ll be summarizing the main advice, resources and outcomes of each in a final panel session.

presentationAgenda

9:30-9:50 – Introduction to the Task Forces - Sarah Jones, EOSC Association Director [presentation]

9:50-10:15 – Introductions to the EOSC Task Forces

  • Implementation of EOSC AG – Britta Dreyer, PID Policy and Implementation Task Force Coordinator
  • Technical challenges on EOSC AG – Ignacio Blanquer, EOSC Association Director [presentation]
  • Metadata and Data Quality AG – Sarah Jones, EOSC Association Director
  • Research careers and curricula AG – Gustav Nilsonne, Research Careers, Recognition, and Credit Task Force Coordinator
  • Sustaining EOSC AG – Bob Jones, EOSC Association Director

10:15-11:00 – Moderated discussion with speakers on TF activities, useful resources and strategic gaps – Chair, Sarah Jones, EOSC Association Director

Organisers

Sarah Jones, GEANT
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Britta Dreyer, PID Policy and Implementation Task Force Coordinator
Ignacio Blanquer, EOSC Association Director
Gustav Nilsonne, Research Careers, Recognition, and Credit Task Force Coordinator
Bob Jones, EOSC Association Director
Nick Ferguson, TRUST-IT
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Federico Drago, TRUST-IT
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