ESFRI Science Clusters’ Long Term Commitments to Open Science

Online on 11 June 2021, from 9:00 to 13:00 CEST, the ESFRI Science Clusters’ workshop aims at addressing potential sustainable actions to consolidate the cluster work programmes as well as presenting to the European Commission, ESFRI and the EOSC Association a longer-term vision to support the uptake of Open Science by the global scientific community.

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PaNOSC, together with the other Science Clusters, ENVRI-FAIREOSC-LifeESCAPE and SSHOC, are EU collaborative projects that were launched in 2019 to link ESFRIs and other world-class Research Infrastructures (RIs) to the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC).

As important stakeholders of EOSC, the Science Clusters contribute to its development and its implementation.

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The main impacts of the Science Clusters’ work programmes are: improving researchers’ access to data, tools and resources, leading to new insights and innovation for data-driven science both within and beyond the clusters’ domains; creating a cross-border open innovation environment for FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable) data management for economies of scale; and developing synergies and raising the efficiency and productivity of researchers through open-science standards and thematic services.

Why this event?

The event will provide answers to the most frequently asked questions about Science Clusters and Open Science:

  • What is the state-of-the-art of open science in Europe?
  • How do clusters participate in the development of EOSC?
  • What is the role currently covered by the science clusters in EOSC landscape?
  • What workplan for the future of the clusters?

Who should attend? 

The members of the five clusters, all of the EOSC-family of related projects, Research & Academic institution representatives, Research Communities, ESFRI board, EOSC Association and the European Commission.