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We are already past halfway through 2018 and already a lot has been achieved. And still, there more to come until December this year. Let's take a look at what's on everyone's to do list for everyone that's involved in realising the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC)!
Launching the Open Consultation on the European Open Science Cloud Rules of Participation and FAIR Data Action Plan clearly signalled the vision of the European Commission for the EOSC to be as less Brussels-centric as possible. However, it also brought about a lot of questions.
What will happen after the consultation is closed? Who decides what goes in the Rules of Participation in the end? Where can I find a compilation or analysis of the results of the consultation after it ends? These are some of the questions we will answer today.
During the 2nd EOSC Summit held in Brussels today, 11 June 2018, the High Level Expert Group together with the EOSCpilot Project launched the EOSC Stakeholders Open Consultation.
The Asterics - Obelics International Summer School, dedicated to machine learning and python programming for astrophysics & astroparticle physics - in its second edition this year - gathers PhD students, postdocs, senior researchers from all over Europe - from beyond Europe, from Kenya and Morocco - and is especially intended for a broad audience from this domain.
In a meeting in Brussels yesterday, 29 May, EU research ministers endorsed the roadmap for the creation of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) which was been the result of around two years of intense negotiations and consultations.
EOSC will support EU science in its global leading by creating a trusted environment for hosting and processing research data. The Conclusions of the Competitiveness Council was proposed by the current Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the EU. Bulgarian Minister for Science and Education Krasimir Valchev (depicted above) was present.
Fresh from the publication of the Implementation Roadmap for the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) Staff Working Document mid-March, the 9th EOSC Governance Development Forum was held last 17 May, highlighting a clearer picture of what the EOSC would look like in the future.
Open science is for many scientists still a statement rather than part of their scientific research and publication routine. To promote the practice of open science, and to inform the Dutch scientific community about the European infrastructural developments that facilitate open science, Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS) organized an Open Day on Open Science.
The EC-funded project EOSC-hub project started on January 1st 2018, bringing together an extensive group of national and international service providers to create the Hub: a central contact point for European researchers and innovators to discover, access, use and reuse a broad spectrum of resources for advanced data-driven research.
A pillar of the European Open Science Cloud