20 September 2021 - 15:30 to 23 September 2021 - 18:30
OS Fair 2021 aims to bring together and empower open science communities and services; to identify common practices related to open science; to see what are the best synergies to deliver and operate services that work for many; and to bring experiences from all around the world and learn from each other.
This workshop aims to bring all the key projects with national or thematic catalogues together with the operators and developers of the EOSC Portal with the aim of converging all parallel discussions currently ongoing andproduce a definitive roadmap of key milestones to ensure that services or resources onboarded in national or thematic catalogues are smoothly included into the EOSC Catalogue and vice versa.
The virtual EOSC Symposium 2021 focussed on informing the expanding EOSC community on the latest updates from the Association and the EOSC Steering Board, and provided a first public occasion to discuss the topics of the EOSC Association Advisory Groups.
FAIRsFAIR, EOSC-Pillar, EOSC Synergy and Ghent University are delivering a three-day train-the-trainer workshop to support the development of data stewardship skills among staff in universities and other research institutions in Belgium. A key aim of this workshop is to empower a network of peers where best practices are exchanged and where those with more experience can share their knowledge with those just getting started.
EOSC-Pillar's Emilie Hermans (UGENT) will deliver a presentation on "EOSC Marketplace & Open and FAIR data practices for researchers and services" and featuring EOSC-Pillar in the 11th Focus Group Training on Open Science (Online Workshop) to be held online on 19-20 April 2021.
As part of the 16th edition of the International Digital Curation Conference (IDCC), EOSC-Pillar National Initiatives to Transnational Services Work Package Lead Federica Tanlongo (GARR) will present EOSC-Pillar's work on EOSC Landscape Moving from Static Picture to Living Monitoring on 19 April, in virtual format.
Materials and our ability to understand and utilise their behaviour play a central role in supporting industrial transformation and delivering against the objectives of the European Green Deal. More than ever, we are aware of supply-chain capabilities and opportunities of a digitally connected world. EOSC-Pillar is pleased to have been invited to participate in this crucial event and EOSC-Pillar Technical Manager, Yann Le Franc will present in Session 7 on the digitisation of research data.