The Photon and Neutron Open Science Cloud (PaNOSC)
The Photon and Neutron Open Science Cloud (PaNOSC) is a European project for making FAIR data a reality in 6 European Research Infrastructures (RIs), developing and providing services for scientific data and connecting these to the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC).
- Participate in the construction of the EOSC by linking with the e-infrastructures and other ESFRI clusters.
- Make scientific data produced at Europe’s major Photon and Neutron sources fully compatible with the FAIR principles.
- Generalise the adoption of open data policies, standard metadata and data stewardship from 15 photon and neutron RIs and physics institutes across Europe
- Provide innovative data services to the users of these facilities locally and the scientific community at large via the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC).
- Increase the impact of RIs by ensuring data from user experiments can be used beyond the initial scope.
- Share the outcomes with the national RIs who are observers in the proposal and the community at large to promote the adoption of FAIR data principles, data stewardship and the EOSC.
- Published 18th November 2019
Video interview with Dr. Alessa Gambardella on the advantages the EOSC could bring to researchers in the field of cultural heritage
Dr. Alessa Gambardella is a former post-doctoral scientific researcher at the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam (sponsored by AkzoNobel), and user of the synchrotron at the ESRF, leading partner in PaNOSC. Alessa’s work in the field of cultural heritage focuses on understanding ultramarine disease – a degradation phenomenon that affects oil paintings containing ultramarine blue pigment. Watch the […]Read
- Published 7th November 2019
First PaNOSC publication released at ICALEPCS19
In the frame of the ICALEPCS19 conference hosted by the Brookhaven National Laboratory in the beginning of October 2019, a paper has been submitted and accepted for publication: Enabling Open Science for Photon and Neutron Sources, A. Götz, J. Bodera Sempere, A. Campbell, A. de Maria, M. del Rio, R. Dimper, J. Kieffer, A.Solé, T. […]Read
- Published 8th October 2019
Interview with PaNOSC computational physicist Aljosa Hafner, on the use and benefits of the EOSC
We interviewed one of PaNOSC contributors, dr. Aljoša Hafner, to ask him how the EOSC could benefit the photon and neutron user community, as well as the workflow of researchers working in his scientific domain, i.e. soft condensed matter. Aljoša is currently employed as Computational Physicist at CERIC-ERIC, and is actively involved in the development […]Read