From 15 to 18 June, the EOSC Symposium 2021 will take place. The online event revolves around: “Implementing an inclusive European Open Science Cloud”. DANS contributes in various ways.
The European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) has entered its long-awaited implementation phase. The EOSC symposium will provide an important opportunity to engage the EOSC community. In addition, the symposium will provide an inclusive platform for stakeholders to share their goals, visions, activities and outcomes that will help shape the future of the EOSC.
The symposium is organised by the EOSCsecretariat.eu project as part of its support to EOSC Governance.
DANS contributes to the symposium in various ways. Ingrid Dillo (Deputy Director DANS), Andrea Scharnhorst (Senior Researcher, DANS), Ilona von Stein (RDM Specialist, DANS) and Ellen Leenarts (RDM Specialist, DANS) are involved in four of the new Task Forces of the EOSC Association and in the drafting of the Task Force charters that will be presented during the EOSC Symposium:
Task Force “Upskilling Countries to engage in EOSC” – 16 June, 14.00 – 16.00 CEST – Session: “Research careers and curricula”.
Long-term data preservation (Ingrid Dillo) – 17 June, 11.15 – 13.00 CEST – Session: “Sustaining EOSC”.
The FAIR Metrics & Data Quality Task Force (llona von Stein & Maaike Verburg, RDM Specialists, DANS) – 18 June, 11.15-13.00 CEST – Session: “Metadata and data quality”.
Semantic interoperability Task Force – 18 June, 11.15 – 13.00 CEST – Session: “Metadata and data quality”.
In addition, Ingrid Dillo will participate in the panel on the implementation of the EOSC: Priorities, projects and partnerships – Identifying and addressing challenges for the EOSC implementation phase on 16 June, from 11.15 to 13.00 CEST. Peter Doorn (Senior Researcher, DANS) will also speak in the session on 17 June “Sustaining EOSC”: Long-term data preservation for the EOSC: archiving policies for EUDAT data services in the DICE project. Maaike Verburg (RDM Specialist, DANS) will also present during the session: “Metadata and data quality”, on 18 June.