London, UK
30.01.2019

The workshop is streamed live via the ESFRI youtube channel 

ESFRI will be organising a workshop on the relationship between ESFRI Research Infrastructures (RIs) and the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC), in London on 30 January 2019.  

The main objective of the workshop is the liaison among ESFRI, ESFRI RIs and EOSC stakeholders, in order to ensure the optimal integration of ESFRI RIs in the EOSC ecosystem. In this direction, the Workshop aims to 

1. Promote sharing existing good practices and experiences and collaborating on:

  • Open science policies, including domain/cross-domain ones
  • Data and services’ sharing and re-use, including the adoption of FAIR principles and the appropriate criteria for reproducibility of data and research results (+R)
  • Understanding strategies for federating into EOSC the good practices and services developed by the ESFRI RIs
2. Understand, plan for and serve current and future ESFRI RIs requirements by: 
  • Understanding and discussing the architecture, access, and interfaces
  • Understanding and discussing the governance and participation rules 
  • Planning training for developing skills
3. Share ESFRI position on EOSC:
 
The workshop will be hosted by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI/STFC) at the London Royal Geographical Society, supported by the StR-ESFRI Project (Support to Reinforce ESFRI), in cooperation with ESFRI and the European Commission, DG Research and Innovation (Unit B4 – Research Infrastructure). 
The workshop is expected to start at 09am on 30th of January and end in the evening of the same day with a networking reception. Participation is by invitation only; each ESFRI project and Landmark will be guaranteed a place but additional places will depend on demand. 
 
 
 
 
 
Agenda Information
ESFRI Workshop on RIs and EOSC
Royal Geographical Society, London 
30 January 2018, 09:15 – 18:00
Draft Agenda
30 January, 2018


 

08:15

Registration, Coffee 

09:15
Session 1 – EOSC status update
Ondaatje Theatre
10:00
Session 2 – EOSC and ESFRI RIs services: how do they tango?
Ondaatje Theatre
A) EOSC Services for RIs 
Short presentations of EOSC horizontal projects with emphasis on relevant current and future services for RIs 
11:00

Coffee Break 

11:30
Session 2 – EOSC and ESFRI RIs services: how do they tango? (continued)
 
B) RI Cluster projects for EOSC 
C) Panel discussion 
 
Speakers from A and B available for interventions
o Prospective EOSC services for ESFRI RIs
o Connections of current and forthcoming EOSC and ESFRI RI
services
o The role of Cluster projects
13:00

Lunch Break

13:50
Session 3 - How ESFRI RIs can contribute to and steer the various dimensions of EOSC
Break-out panels (2 parts,1 hour each) 
Each session will be split in two 1-hour parts with a set of separate topics. A short 10’ break will allow participants to move session according to the topics declared in the registration form. Panelists will provide their interventions in one of the two parts. Short introduction by moderators, followed up by a 3-5-slides intervention by relevant panelists (~7’) and then interactive discussions;
 
I: Services: Good practices and business models
Lowther Room
Moderator/Rapporteur: Giorgio Rossi, UMILPDF iconpresentation
II: Policies: Open Science, FAIR data, Reproducibility (Reliability)
Ondaatje Theatre
Moderator/Rapporteur: Simon Hodson, CODATA
III. Architecture: technologies, platforms, interfaces
Drayson Room
Moderator/Rapporteur: Arjen Van Rijn, NIKHEF/e-IRG
IV. Skills and training
Sunley Room
Moderator/Rapporteur: Patric GardaVice-Director of the ICT, French Ministry of National Education, Higher Education and Research

 

16:00

Coffee Break 

16:30
Session 4 – Report from break-out panels, discussion and conclusions
Ondaatje Theatre
Moderator – Jan Hrusak, ESFRI Chair
 
A. Summary of the outcomes of Session 3
B. Discussion – Ana Proykova and Juan Bicarregui
C. Conclusions – Jean-David Malo
 

 

 

19:00

The workshop will be followed by a drinks reception at the Natural History Museum (walking distance)

 
Agenda (print version)

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How to reach the venue
 
Traveling from the Airport
London has five major airports with varying travel times to Central London; London City, London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Luton, and London Stanstead. Please visit https://visitlondon.com/traveller-information/travel-to-london/airport/l... for airport and transfer advice for Central London. 
 
Address:
1 Kensington Gore,
London
SW7 2AR
Please use the public entrance on Exhibition Road.

How to get in the venue by London Underground:

· South Kensington Station (Circle, District and Piccadilly Lines) - 10 to 15 minute walk up Exhibition Road (beyond the Science Museum and Imperial College)
· Knightsbridge Station (Piccadilly Line) - 15 minute walk along Kensington Road
· Lancaster Gate Station (Central Line) - 15 to 20 minute walk across Hyde Park

Traveling by bus:

· Routes 9, 23, 52, 360 and 452 stop close to the Royal Geographical Society

SOCIAL - NETWORKING EVENT

A networking event will be held in the Natural History Museum (Cromwell Road, London, SW7 5BD)

 

 

 

The following list displays a few options close to the Royal Geographical Society and Natural History Museum, however there are many options available in London so please feel free to check online for alternatives.
 
The following list displays a few options close to the Royal Geographical Society and Natural History Museum, however there are many options available in London so please feel free to check online for alternatives.
 
 
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The event was live-streamed and the full video is available via ESFRI youtube channel 
 
Find a list of the event's presentations below. A full report on the outcomes of the ESFRI Workshop on RIs and EOSC will be published soon.  
 
 
 
EOSC status update
EOSC and ESFRI RIs services: how do they tango?
A) EOSC Services for RIs
 

 

 
Session 2 – EOSC and ESFRI RIs services: how do they tango? (continued)
RI Cluster projects for EOSC 
  
 
Services: Good practices and business models 
II: Policies: Open Science, FAIR data, Reproducibility (Reliability)
Part A: EC Expert Group on “Turning FAIR data into Reality” results, FAIR principles for RIs; FAIR ecosystem and digital objects 
 
III. Architecture: technologies, platforms, interfaces
 
IV. Skills and training

 

 

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