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Tiziana Lombardo's picture
29 Apr 2022

"The GoTriple Pundit Annotation Tool" - 11 May 2022 at 2pm CEST

  • By Tiziana Lombardo

The TRIPLE Consortium is pleased to invite you to attend the next training session about The GoTriple Pundit Annotation Tool taking place on Wednesday, 11th May 2022 at 2pm (CEST).

This training webinar will be dedicated to the GoTriple Pundit Annotation Tool and will present the purpose, functionalities, perspectives and a roadmap of Pundit, including the plan to enlist it as a EOSC service. A real use case scenario will demonstrate how Pundit can be used in the SSH research context and a step-by-step guide will showcase how to use Pundit from GoTriple and elsewhere, from registering to annotating web documents.

The training event will provide answers to the following questions, among others:
What are the purpose and functionalities of the Pundit Annotation Tool?
How can Pundit be used in the SSH research context?

Book your space now! Register here: https://forms.gle/UXWRaneW6DBfGj98A

Date: Wednesday, 11th May 2022, 14.00 – 15.30...


Nell Van den Plas's picture
27 Apr 2022

EOSC Policy Events

  • By Nell Van den Plas

Next Tuesday, 3 May, EOSC Future – in collaboration with the EOSC Association, the EOSC Steering Board, the European Commission and University of Strasbourg – is organising an EOSC Policy Event in Strasbourg, France.

During presentations and panel discussions, EOSC representatives and Open Science policy experts will take on a host of topics, including:

  • the ERA policy agenda
  • the Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda
  • national research data infrastructure and requirements
  • the role of EOSC and EOSC projects.

Don’t miss out on this high-level policy event. We invite you to consult the complete agenda and register to watch the event in real time via an online livestream.

You can also continue the discussion with us the following day (in person or online). On 4 May, EOSC Future is contributing to a joint policy workshop with EOSC Pillar, EOSC Nordic, ExPaNDS, NI4OS-Europe, EOSC Synergy and FAIRsFAIR on ‘...


Nell Van den Plas's picture
25 Apr 2022

Provider Days start today 26 April!

  • By Nell Van den Plas

Hello everyone,

The EOSC Core and Marketplace Provider Days are starting on Tuesday 26 April!

From 26 to 28 April, EOSC Future, together with the INFRAEOSC-07 and ARCHIVER projects, have prepared a variety of sessions for new and prospective providers as well as current providers. There is still time to register for this online event and get up to speed on the latest functionalities and planned improvements.

On 26 April, a team of technical experts and open science advocates will showcase how providers can interact with the EOSC platform. During a session on the EOSC Core, they will bring you up to speed on the set of internal functionalities that allows EOSC to operate and how these can help you offer research outputs and tools. A session on the EOSC portal will talk you through the onboarding requirements and processes. Our experts will also present the proposed EOSC...


Rita Giuffrida's picture
22 Apr 2022

Community support discussions: FAIR implementation for NI4OS-Europe service providers

  • By Rita Giuffrida

The NI4OS-Europe and OntoCommons projects have co-organised the workshop "Community support discussions: FAIR implementation for NI4OS-Europe service providers" on 29 April 2022 (from to 12pm to 3pm CEST). During the 3-hours workshop, the participants have the opportunity to engage in tailored discussions with service providers to answer their FAIR-related questions and support their needs with respect to metadata, ontologies and semantics. In this interactive event, service providers will have the exceptional opportunity to learn about best practices from the experts of the NI4OS-Europe semantics experts group and the OntoCommons projects as well as present their services and get customised support.


Federico Drago's picture
21 Apr 2022

EOSC-Pillar Recommendations for Legal and Policy Harmonisation of Open and FAIR Science in the EU

  • By Federico Drago

EOSC-Pillar produced a set of recommendations reflecting a selection of the most relevant identified shortcomings of the current regulations on FAIR and Open Science across EU member states, which have been operated based on three criteria:

  • The relevance of the legal obstacles at comparative level (e.g., profound regulatory fragmentation and divergences across the five EOSC-Pillar Member States);
  • The relevance of the legal obstacles to the guidelines issued for the benefit of individual stakeholders (e.g., specific needs to facilitate good practises);
  • The urgency of intervention upon provisions, whose modernisation has been deemed to be long overdue.

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Federico Drago's picture
12 Apr 2022

Stories of Data: Open.Science.Talk - Pilot episode: Welcome to the show!

  • By Federico Drago

EOSC - What is it and does it pay off? In this new podcast series, we are discovering the world of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC).

Our mixed team with representatives from the Horizon 2020 projects EOSC-Pillar and SSHOC projects will talk about the present and future of EOSC. From the vision - to the mission - to the reality - with a focus on the latter.

The aim of “Stories of Data” is to make EOSC more tangible and to support researchers in the implementation of Open Science and FAIR Data. We present practical examples and introduce some of the EOSC Community’s tools and services.

Take the dive to get deeper insights into EOSC!

Listen to the pilot episode now!

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Tiziana Lombardo's picture
11 Apr 2022

Multilingual Vocabularies for the Social Sciences and Humanities - training session

  • By Tiziana Lombardo

This training webinar will be a synergy of TRIPLE and SSHOC projects, and it will be devoted especially to the creation, use and management of controlled vocabularies in the SSH. Controlled vocabularies are organized arrangements of words and phrases used to annotate, index and retrieve content through browsing or searching. Multilingualism is an essential feature for the SSH, this is why multilingual SSH vocabularies are greatly needed. The training event will provide answers to the following questions, among others:

  • What are SSH Vocabularies and why are they so important?
  • How to create a multilingual SSH Vocabulary (The TRIPLE case)?
  • The large variety of vocabularies and management needs in the SSH: How to build an interoperable infrastructure for vocabularies (The SSHOC case)?

Book your space now! Register here: https://forms.gle/uvRCYwmfKX8jji5D7 

Date: Wednesday, 20 April 2022, 14.00 – 15.30 (CEST)

Presenters: Daan...


Katrien Witpas's picture
07 Apr 2022

EOSC Core and Marketplace Provider Days

  • By Katrien Witpas

From 26 to 28 April, EOSC Future, together with the INFRAEOSC-07 and ARCHIVER projects, is organising the EOSC Core and Marketplace Provider Days. This event looks to introduce new and prospective providers to EOSC and can get current providers up to speed on the latest functionalities and the roadmaps for planned improvements. Discover the programme and register for this online event.


Antonis Litke's picture
01 Apr 2022

Save the date: 2nd INODE EOSC workshop

  • By Antonis Litke

Save the date: The 2nd workshop of INODE project is scheduled for June 1st, 2022.
The workshop will provide a comprehensive view on where INODE stands and how the INODE consortium is getting ready for the challenges ahead, till the completion of the INODE project. Short presentations from the INODE use case providers will be intertwined with short demos from technical teams.
Detailed agenda of the workshop will follow soon. Stay tuned!
Intelligent Open Data Exploration (INODE) is an EU project, funded under Horizon 2020 (http://www.inode-project.eu/). The mission of INODE is to develop a unified, effective platform that provides extensive access to open datasets through natural language queries for a wide range of users from larger scientific communities to the public. The INODE solution is demonstrated in three significant use cases in the fields of Cancer Biomarker Research, Research and Innovation Policy Making, and Astrophysics.

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Rita Meneses's picture
28 Mar 2022

LAST DAYS - SSHOC'n Tell Challenge. Try our tools and tell your user story!

  • By Rita Meneses

SSHOC invites you to the SSHOC’n Tell Challenge, an exciting online event, part of the SSHOC final conference Advancing SSH Research with SSHOCingly good and sustainable resources on the mornings of 6 & 7 April. 

The SSHOC’n Tell Challenge invites Social Science and Humanities (SSH) researchers, data experts, trainers, research librarians, research infrastructure professionals and citizen scientists to try out the SSHOC tools and tell their user story! 10 fun challenges have been defined across 4 topics:

  1. SSH Open Marketplace
  2. Interoperability and Multilinguality
  3. SSH training
  4. Wild Card. Advance your own research

HOW TO PARTICIPATE | PRIZES

All information is available here. Join the SSHOC'n Tell Challenge! 

Kind regards,

The SSHOC Final Conference Organisation Committee...


Luigi Colucci's picture
21 Mar 2022

ESCAPE DIOS Webinar | A federated data-lake to connect large data volumes from different communities - benefits & use cases

  • By Luigi Colucci

 

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When: 31st March 12:00pm-1:00pm CET

The ESCAPE Data Infrastructure for Open Science (DIOS) is a service from the ESCAPE EOSC (European Open Science Cloud) thematic cell, a cross-border and multidisciplinary virtual research environment of ESFRI (European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures) projects in the astro- and  particle physics domain.

The ESCAPE DIOS is a federated data infrastructure of open access data that enables large national research data centres to work together and build a robust cloud-like service to curate and scale up to multi-Exabyte needs. The ESCAPE DIOS is a flexible and robust data lake in terms of storage, security, safety and transfer, as well as basic orchestration machinery, which enables the combination of technology with high quality data from different communities and, therefore, the exploration of new areas in science. It is a pillar infrastructure to be connected to EOSC, address...


Iiris Liinamaa's picture
21 Mar 2022

Register to the workshop “EOSC in the Nordics: from policy to practice” by 28th of March 2022

  • By Iiris Liinamaa

The EOSC-Nordic workshop “EOSC in the Nordics: from policy to practice” will be co-located with NeIC conference 2022 to be held in Oslo, Norway. Registration is open until 28th of March 2022, and the workshop is going to take place on 30th May 2022. Read more and register for the event: https://eosc-nordic.eu/events/workshop-eosc-in-the-nordics-from-policy-t...

The NeIC 2022 conference will be held in Oslo from 30 May to 1 June 2022. The event aims to provide an opportunity for people in the Nordic e-infrastructures to connect and collaborate with colleagues across the region to share knowledge and expertise and learn about interesting ideas and projects.


Rita Meneses's picture
17 Mar 2022

SSHOC'n Tell Challenge. Try our tools and tell your user story!

  • By Rita Meneses

SSHOC invites you to the SSHOC’n Tell Challenge, an exciting online event, part of the SSHOC final conference Advancing SSH Research with SSHOCingly good and sustainable resources on the mornings of 6 & 7 April. 

The SSHOC’n Tell Challenge invites Social Science and Humanities (SSH) researchers, data experts, trainers, research librarians, research infrastructure professionals and citizen scientists to try out the SSHOC tools and tell their user story! 10 fun challenges have been defined across 4 topics:

  1. SSH Open Marketplace
  2. Interoperability and Multilinguality
  3. SSH training
  4. Wild Card. Advance your own research

HOW TO PARTICIPATE | PRIZES

All information is available here. Join the SSHOC'n Tell Challenge! 

Kind regards,

The SSHOC Final Conference Organisation Committee...


Federico Drago's picture
08 Mar 2022

EOSC-Pillar Legal Compliance Guidelines for Researchers: a Checklist

  • By Federico Drago

When preparing a research proposal, as well as when it comes to its implementation and the following review, researchers need to address a range of issues related to Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and data protection. Sometimes it is difficult to establish a clear routine and identify the specific steps that need to be taken in the different phases of this process.

The EOSC-Pillar team created a checklist to help researchers comply with the legal requirements of publishing, sharing and integrating research data, for both digital use and print!

Get your copy now!


Gwen  Franck's picture
04 Mar 2022

National Policies relevant to EOSC deployment Status, gaps, and steps towards harmonisation

  • By Gwen Franck

National Policies relevant to EOSC deployment

Status, gaps, and steps towards harmonisation

Registration linkhttps://indico.egi.eu/event/5825

Date: May 4th 

Location: Strasbourg, France

Timing: all-day event

Format: in-person, with option of following remotely (to be indicated at registration)

Please note that on May 3rd, an EOSC Policy event organised by EOSC Future in collaboration with the European Commission, the EOSC Association, the EOSC Steering Board and the University of Strasbourg, will take place in Strasbourg as well. This event will be invitation only.

EOSC Synergy, together with EOSC PillarEOSC NordicExPaNDS NI4OS-EuropeEOSC Future and FAIRsFAIR, invites you to the in-person workshop (remote participation possible) ‘National Policies relevant to EOSC deployment - Status, gaps, and steps towards harmonisation’, to be organised in Strasbourg, France on May 4th, 2022. During the workshop, we will present the findings of the regional EOSC projects on national open science, funding, and access provisioning policies. 

Event themes: 

Open Science/EOSC National...


Federico Drago's picture
04 Mar 2022

EOSC-Pillar: Illustrating the benefits of EOSC for research communities in Germany

  • By Federico Drago

The virtual conference organised on 23 February 2022 by EOSC-Pillar welcomed 140 people and highlighted the relationship between EOSC and key actors in the German Open Science community. This well-received event highlighted the relationship between EOSC and (National Research Data Infrastructure) NFDI.

Read the post-event report: 

https://bit.ly/3pE7zPs


Tiziana Lombardo's picture
02 Mar 2022

Online TRIPLE training "The GoTriple Trust Building System" - 16 March 2022 at 2pm CET

  • By Tiziana Lombardo

The TRIPLE Consortium is pleased to invite you to attend the next training session about the GoTriple Trust Building System (TBS) taking place on 16th of March 2022 at 2pm (CET).

This workshop will be devoted specifically to getting acquainted with the GoTriple Trust Building System (TBS), a tool that enables SSH researchers to find reliable partners and connect with them through their network. It will provide answers to the following questions, among others:

  • How to create a profile
  • How to post a request
  • How to interact with peers (invitations, introductions, group creation)

Book your space now! Register here: https://forms.gle/BeGGrC8rKgBiQ6mU7 

Date: Wednesday, 16 March 2022, 14.00 – 15.30 (CET)

Presenter: Gaël van Weyenbergh, Maxime Bouillard (MEOH)

Moderator: Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra (DARIAH-ERIC)

Venue: Virtual event via Zoom, link will be provided after registration....


Sarah Jones's picture
01 Mar 2022

Consultation on the EOSC Multi-Annual Roadmap for 2023-24

  • By Sarah Jones

The EOSC Association has developed a Multi-Annual Roadmap for the 2023-24 period and opened a three-week consultation to gather community views on the priorities and outcomes proposed. The MAR will form part of the Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA), which defines the general framework for future research, development and innovation activities in relation to the EOSC.

The 2023/24 MAR builds on work conducted in the previous phase of development. It also draws from the European Commission’s forthcoming Work Programme to identify new areas of interest such as data quality, digital preservation and infrastructure for sharing sensitive data from public authorities.

These priorities are grouped under the three overarching objectives in the SRIA and are assigned to three levels of implementation: European, National and Institutional. The MAR has been developed by the EOSC Association Board of Directors in collaboration with the thirteen Task Forces established last year. You...


Serenella Muradore Gallas's picture
24 Feb 2022

SSHOC Final Conference

  • By Serenella Muradore Gallas

SSHOC partners and stakeholders are coming together on 6 and 7 April  in Brussels and online for the SSHOC Final Conference titled “Advancing SSH Research with SSHOCingly good and sustainable Resources”.


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