Don’t miss out on establishing new connections and learning about some of the results and current opportunities from our curated selection of exhibitors at the EOSC Symposium in Madrid!
- EOSC Future: For the last 3 years, the EOSC Future project has been working on the technical, procedural and participatory elements of a sustainable European Open Science Cloud. In the context of the EOSC Symposium, the project will be able to showcase project results and accomplishments with the EOSC community and key stakeholders.
- EOSC @ Spain: The booth will show information about Spanish partners in projects and activities related to EOSC. It will have a special focus on the Spanish members and observers of the EOSC Association, but also other related activities in the Data Spaces and e-Science. The booth will showcase projects through electronic posters, presentations or demos of those activities and will be managed by different partners with a predefined schedule, so the conference attendees can get in contact with them and establish synergies.
- OpenAIRE: The OpenAIRE booth will promote services developed that cover the whole research-life cycle, i.e., plan, discover, analyse, publish, and monitor stages, and how key services such as OpenAIRE Guidelines, Metadata Validator, PROVIDE and EXPLORE dashboards enable compliance, visibility and discovery within the EOSC ecosystem. We will present a bundle of services for Research Performing Organisations (RPOs) and provide clarification and assistance explaining how these support organisations towards an smooth transition to adopting rules of participation for repositories and adapting to EOSC mechanisms of sharing data in an open and FAIR way.
- EGI: The booth will present the EGI services for Research and the activities we do to support the development of EOSC, as well as our key projects contributing to EOSC. The services and expertise of the EGI Federation are being recognized as key assets for the EOSC, especially for the Federating Core. EGI supports the implementation of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) and is contributing to the EOSC Compute Platform, Key components of EOSC Federating core, Service portfolio & new service onboarding, EOSC Digital Innovation Hub, User support actions, and EOSC Task force support. These elements will be presented at the booth and participants can engage in discussions with the key EGI people supporting the development. In addition, we will present the key results and impact of the EGI-ACE project.
- EUDAT: EUDAT aims to achieve the shared and preserved data vision by enabling data stewardship within and between European research communities through a Collaborative Data Infrastructure (CDI). This infrastructure offers European researchers and practitioners from any research discipline a trusted environment to preserve, find, access, and process data. EUDAT provides heterogeneous research data management services and storage resources across 15 European nations, alongside some of Europe’s most powerful supercomputers. EUDAT is one of the major pan-European e-Infrastructures offering open and seamless services for storage, management, analysis and re-use of research data in EOSC, across borders and scientific disciplines that increase reproducibility and interoperability of data.
- C-SCALE: The C-SCALE exhibition booth will showcase how the H2020 project revolutionised the use of Copernicus datasets through EOSC. Visitors will be able to explore how C-SCALE empowers European researchers and institutions to easily access, process, analyse, and share Copernicus data, tools, resources, and services, and how they can unlock the full potential of Copernicus and be part of the vibrant C-SCALE community. Representatives from the C-SCALE project will be available at the booth to provide in-depth explanations, answer questions, and engage in discussions about the technical aspects, collaborative opportunities, and future plans of the project.
- EOSC RAISE: Through the RAISE booth, we will introduce to the audience the Research Analysis Identifier (RAI) system which is a unique identifier of any research result along with the dataset information and the processing script (RAI Registration Service), without disclosing any source code or raw data. The main message conveyed to the visitors of our booth at the EOSC symposium, shall include that the usage of the RAI system will assist in surpassing the obstacles that occur for making research data FAIR. The content of RAISE booth will be supported by a Roll Up banner and a limited number of printed materials (Brochures, Posters). All materials will be available digitally by scanning a QR code placed at the booth. Additionally, the RAISE presentation (ppt) will be featured on a screen.
- HORIZON-ZEN: HORIZON-ZEN is a just kicked off EOSC project that aims to help EU researchers share FAIR research data by enhancing Zenodo. The project aims enhance Zenodo with 1) a Zenodo-community visually branded with the EC’s identity 2) integration of third-party FAIR assessments tools directly in the depositing interface. In addition to disseminate the project’s activities and demonstrate what’s planned for the new features and capabilities, the booth will serve to both 1) recruit early adopters (other EC projects) and 2) setup partnerships with third-party FAIR assessment tools providers from EOSC.
- ICOS: At the ICOS ERIC exhibition booth you can learn all about the ICOS contribution to Open Science and our involvement at various e-science projects and collaborations at European and global level. Representatives from the ICOS Carbon Portal (our open data portal) will welcome you at the booth and will be available to answer your questions and demonstrate our services and data products. Care to try out the ENVRI Hub or learn about the ENVRI Dashboard? Come see us at the booth and learn more about these and many other outcomes of the EU projects we contribute to, such as the EOSC Future Science Projects, ICOS Cities and ENVRI-FAIR.
- ELIXIR: ELIXIR Europe is a life science data research infrastructure (RI). ELIXIR coordinates several large EOSC projects including the EOSC-Life RI Cluster project for which it is the lead organisation. Beyond this ELIXIR is involved in several flagship EOSC projects such as BY-COVID, EOSC Future, EuroScienceGatway, FAIR-IMPACT. ELIXIR will promote and showcase its EOSC engagement strategy which outlines an engagement and guidance pathway for its 20+ member states, 245+member institutes and 400+ research services. ELIXIR will further highlight its EOSC project successes and engagements at the EOSC tripartite levels.
- Research Software Directory: The recently launched Research Software Directory (https://research-software-directory.org) is an online platform to discover, access, and share research software. It is available as a free service for any individual or organization who works with research software, across all domains. Developed by the Netherlands eScience Center and the Helmholtz Association, the Research Software Directory is open source. In this exhibition booth, we will present the Research Software Directory, show how it promotes open science, and how it contributes to a FAIR and open research information ecosystem. We will also demonstrate how users can find and add software on the platform. Interested participants can sign up to the service on the spot.
- FAIR Data for Energy Research: The booth is a joint action of the german projects Helmholtz Metadata Collaboration (HMC) and nfdi4energy. The mission of these two projects is to make energy data FAIR. HMC (www.helmholtz-metadata.de) is a project of the Helmholtz Association of German Major Research Institutions, nfdi4energy (https://nfdi4energy.uol.de/) is a consortium of the German National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI). While HMC addresses researchers in the Helmholtz community, nfdi4energy also addresses university and industrial research. The contribution shows examples and possibilities how HMC and nfdi4nergy support researchers in the description of their data.
- EuroScienceGateway: ESG will deliver a robust, scalable, seamlessly integrated open infrastructure for data-driven research. In ESG, the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) initiative and its components meet with Galaxy as a user-oriented scientific workflow and data integration platform. Galaxy serves a broad range of scientific domains, linking computing and data resources, providing easy access for non-IT users, reproducibility features as well as various sharing options as a matter of principle. Thus, ESG fosters federated computational infrastructures and the principal democratisation of research data analysis.
- Research Data Alliance: RDA is a global initiative to build the social and technical infrastructure to enable open sharing and re-use of data. The RDA Association was founded in 2021 to foster and coordinate the RDA activity on the continental level in Europe. The Association is active in a number of initiatives, including HE Projects, the most notable ones currently being RDA TIGER, WorldFAIR, and EOSC Future. This exhibition booth aims to promote and amplify the organisation’s HE activities, provide information regarding our related outputs, and most importantly explore commonalities and potential for collaboration across other HE projects and stakeholders present at the Symposium.
- EOSC4Cancer: The booth will present the project’s aims and interim results, focussing on the potential of EOSC in leveraging cancer data. It will showcase the data infrastructure and patient journey use cases EOSC4Cancer is working on. The project’s contribution to the EU mission on cancer and upcoming European Health Data Space will also be explored.
- SLICES-RI: The booth will present current facilities and solutions available from SLICEs project and from SLICES partners on the two mentioned above cases: (1) Blueprint testbed and deployment package for end-to-end infrastructure including 5G/wireless radio access and sensor network, edge access points, cloud and researcher station with R Studio or Jupyter Notebook; (2) Plain Orchestration Services (POS) platform for experiment automation and reproducibility for experimentation on networking, IoT, radio access and sensor networks. The 2 cases (1) and (2) will be further developed into the prospective SLICES service for researchers Experimental Research Reproducibility as a Service (ERRaaaS), which will be extended to variety of experimental research, not only computer or network.