Article released: Making the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) work: where to go from here?
Following the EOSC Symposium 2021, an article on how to make the EOSC work was recently released and published on Zenodo*, with PaNOSC contribution by Rudolf Dimper (ESRF).
EOSC (The European Open Science Cloud) is a complicated beast. The vision to build an ecosystem of interoperable data and services, enabling cross-border, interdisciplinary and open research is beautiful in its simplicity. However, the reality of implementing this vision is incredibly complex.
At the EOSC Symposium 2021, a number of representatives of different communities shared their honest reflections, concerns and hopes for the EOSC. It is an opinion piece that is intended to generate further discussion and community inputs to help us achieve the EOSC vision.
The opinion was written by Sarah Jones (GÉANT), Rudolf Dimper (ESRF), Ingrid Dillo (DANS), Hilary Hanahoe (RDA), and Shalini Kurapati (Clearbox AI & Politecnico di Torino).
*Jones, Sarah, Dimper, Rudolf, Dillo, Ingrid, Hanahoe, Hilary, & Kurapati, Shalini. (2021). Making the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) work: where to go from here?. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5607692