EOSC-Nordic aims to facilitate the coordination of EOSC relevant initiatives within the Nordic and Baltic countries. The project aims to exploit synergies to achieve greater harmonisation at policy and service provisioning across these countries, in compliance with EOSC agreed standards and practices.
The SDU eScience center participate in the work package 3 “Support to prospective EOSC service providers” with tasks related to EOSC-compliant integrated research infrastructure and the technical interoperability of services; and in work package 5 “Open research data & services – demonstrators” with tasks for demonstrating PaaS for Scientific Cloud Computing across borders.
- Start: September 2019
- End: August 2022
- 24 project participants from 10 countries
- 6 work packages
A joined coordination of EOSC relevant initiatives within the Nordic and Baltic countries will be launched in 2021.
EOSC collects and shares information
- A Knowledge Hub will be developed in order to collect and share information from Nordic and Baltic countries
- The new Hub will contain information on research infrastructure providers, FAIR data approaches, Open science policies and use cases
- Project results such as guidelines, recommendations, and user experiences will be openly accessible in an open web portal
- The Knowledge Hub will also deliver information with respect to events, training, workshops and future calls within research infrastructures
What does the Knowledge Hub provide and for who?
- The information is delivered by experts in the respective countries through cross-border working groups / work packages
- EOSC targets a diverse group of stakeholders ranging from universities, researchers, ministries, service providers and policymakers
- EOSC feeds regional learnings into the EOSC community. “If we can do it – They can do it “