The EOSC-Pillar Open Call for Thematic Service Providers closed at the end of February 2021. Six applicants were been invited to further improve their services with support from EOSC-Pillar experts, and subsequently present them during the virtual hackathon taking place in mid-June.
The EOSC Symposium 2021 focusses on the key priorities of the implementation of the EOSC for 2021-22. The EOSC community is invited to submit its contributions for the EOSC Symposium 2021 until 20 May.
The EOSC Portal Catalogue & Marketplace acts as a user-friendly entry point to the multitude of services and resources for researchers across different domains, provided by leading European and international organisations. EOSC Enhance launched an open survey targeting the entire EOSC community.
What did France learn specifically from EOSC-Pillar activities and what are the opportunities for French researchers through this project? These were the key questions at the half-day virtual event on 22 March, where about 100 participants from the French research community discussed the outcomes and perspectives of EOSC-Pillar.
The newly-elected EOSC Association Director Klaus Tochtermann takes us through the main developments in the German Open Science landscape, such as NFDI, in the context of the European Open Science Cloud.
The EOSC-Pillar webinar held on 27 October 2020 aimed at outlining existing research on OS policies as well as getting insights from experts working in the field. The University of Vienna produced a report, now available on the EOSC-Pillar Zenodo community.