• milan
Milan, Italy
19.11.2018 to 20.11.2018
On November 19 and 20, the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI) is organizing a workshop on monitoring of RIs, periodic update of Landmarks and use of KPIs, in Milan. The venue will be Palazzo delle Stelline, in Milan, Italy. 
 
Drawing from the Pilot Periodic Review Exercise carried out with 4 Landmarks and considering EU Council Conclusions of 29 May 2018 on developing a common methodology for monitoring of RIs and on the European Open Science Cloud, the workshop aims in particular at addressing the need to develop a proper methodology for the periodic update on the State of Play of ESFRI Landmarks and to foster their long-term sustainability. 
 
The event will be streamed LIVE on ESFRI youtube channel. 
 
 
The rationale for the workshop is to:
  • follow-up of ESFRI Pilot Periodic Review Exercise with 4 ESFRI Landmarks performed in 2017.
  • build on the need to develop a methodology for periodic update of ESFRI Landmarks "State of Play", defining the periodicity and appropriate, flexible KPIs.
  • explore how the monitoring of Research Infrastructures can support their sustainability, taking into account the results of the Long-Term Sustainability report.
 
These activities are fully in line with the Council Conclusions of the 29th May, which mention ESFRI as the strategic forum to develop a common methodology for monitoring Research Infrastructures, including KPIs to be adopted, on a voluntary basis, by the RIs and stress ESFRI role in the development of the EOSC.
 
The results of the workshop will feed into the activities of the ESFRI ad hoc Working Group on Monitoring of Research Infrastructures Performance, also in view of interacting with the European Commission High-Level Expert Group on assessment of the progress of ESFRI and other World Class Research Infrastructures towards implementation and long-term sustainability.
 
Please note that this an invitation-only event. Invited participants are kindly asked to register by October 21, 2018. Due to the limited number of seats available, participation is open to 1 representative per ESFRI National Delegation, Landmark or 2010 Project. For the other ESFRI Projects and for registrations after the deadline, participation might be accepted upon the availability of seats. EB members and SWG Chairs are kindly invited to participate.
Day 1 of 2
11:30

Registration and welcome lunch

13:00
OPENING
Monitoring of Research Infrastructures in the context of their long-term
sustainability - a new ESFRI mandate
Giorgio Rossi - ESFRI Chair
Assessment of RIs and effectiveness of European funding instruments
Philippe Froissard - European Commission
13:45
PANEL 1
Why a common approach to RI monitoring - lessons learned from the Pilot review
of ESFRI Landmarks
Moderator: Inmaculada Figueroa - EB Member
Introduction: Odd Ivar Eriksen - IG Chair; Gelsomina Pappalardo - ENV SWG Chair
Speakers: Andrew Smith, ELIXIR; Eric Harrison, ESS ERIC; Werner Kutsch, ICOS ERIC; Navin Alahari, SPIRAL2
15:15

Coffee Break 

15:45
PANEL 2
Use of KPIs - a useful tool for implementation, operation & sustainability
Moderator: Gabriela Pastori - H&F SWG Chair
Introduction: Jan Hrusak - ESFRI Vice-Chair, Jelena Angelis - EFIS, European Future Innovation System Centre
Speakers: Jana Kolar, CERIC ERIC; Ilaria Nardello, EMBRC ERIC; Jean Susini, ESRF
17:00
PANEL 3
FAIR + R and EOSC-readiness implications on RIs performance and sustainability
Moderator: Philippe Froissard - European Commission
Introduction: Yannis Ioannidis - EB Member
Speakers: Massimo Cocco, EPOS; Tim Smith, HL-LHC; Oriol Pineda, PRACE
18:15

End of the day

20:00

Official Dinner

Day 2 of 2
09:00
PANEL 4
Definition and harmonization of RI costs and financial flow needs for RIs through
the lifecycle
Moderator: Agnieszka Zalewska - EB Member
Review on cost data on ESFRI MOS
Introduction: Maddalena Donzelli - StR-ESFRI; Silvia Vignetti - CSIL, Centre for Industrial Studies
Speakers: Erik Steinfelder, BBMRI ERIC; Wolfgang Wild, CTA; Axel Börsch-Supan, SHARE ERIC
09:00

Welcome

10:00
LANDMARKS REFLECTIONS
Central aspects for success of RIs in the long run – useful lessons –internal evaluation
procedures – expectations from ESFRI monitoring/periodic update
Speakers: Franciska de Jong, CLARIN ERIC; Juanjo Danobeitia, EMSO ERIC; Martin Walter, ILL; Ondrej Hradil, INSTRUCT ERIC
11:00

Coffee Break

11:30
WAY FORWARD
Round table summarizing evidences and formulating proposals for a common
approach to monitoring of RIs
Moderator: Giorgio Rossi - ESFRI Chair
Speakers: Philippe Froissard, European Commission; Peter Wenzel-Constabel, WG Monitoring; Eric Harrison, ESS ERIC; Andrew Williams, ELT; Sanna Sorvari, ACTRIS
13:00

Light Lunch

14:00

End of the meeting

ESFRI Workshop on Monitoring of RIs, Update of Landmarks, and KPIs - Draft Agenda
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The Workshop will take place at Palazzo delle Stelline “Toscanini Room”, Corso Magenta 61, 20123 Milan. 
 
In central Milan, right in front of Leonardo’s Last Supper and Santa Maria delle Grazie, in a charming location, Palazzo delle Stelline provides an atmosphere rich with history and culture. Indissolubly bound to Leonardo da Vinci, it is a location underpinning par excellence the values of reception and hospitality. The Foundation’s headquarters are located precisely where the great Renaissance master’s vineyards found fertile ground, the so-called “Orti di Leonardo”, just a step away from the Santa Maria delle Grazie Church where we find his masterpiece “The Last Supper”.
 
The Palazzo delle Stelline Congress Center offers complete congress facilities and innovative technologies. The Congress Center rooms overlook the Seventeenth Century cloister, all with natural light. The beautiful mosaic floor created in the seventies by Bobo Piccoli is considered a true work of art: 2,000 square meters of Seminato in multi-coloured marble.

website of Palazzo delle Stelline

How to reach the venue
If you land at Milan Malpensa, please catch a Malpensa Express train to Milan Cadorna. Palazzo delle Stelline (Corso Magenta 61) is 5 minutes away by foot.
If you land at Milan Linate, instead, please catch bus #73 until Piazza Cinque Giornate. Then catch tram #19 until Largo D’Ancona. Walk 5 minutes to the venue.

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The event was recorded and can be accessed here (Day 1) and here (Day 2). 

OPENING

Monitoring of Research Infrastructures in the context of their long-term sustainability - a new ESFRI mandate

Giorgio Rossi - ESFRI Chair Assessment of RIs and effectiveness of European funding instruments

Philippe Froissard - European Commission


 

PANEL 1

Why a common approach to RI monitoring - lessons learned from the Pilot review of ESFRI Landmarks

Moderator: Inmaculada Figueroa - EB Member Introduction: Odd Ivar Eriksen - IG Chair; Gelsomina Pappalardo - ENV SWG Chair

Speakers:


 

PANEL 2

Use of KPIs - a useful tool for implementation, operation & sustainability

Moderator: Gabriela Pastori - H&F SWG Chair Introduction: Jan Hrusak - ESFRI Vice-Chair, Jelena Angelis - EFIS, European Future Innovation System Centre

Speakers:


 

PANEL 3 

FAIR + R and EOSC-readiness implications on RIs performance and sustainability
 
Moderator: Philippe Froissard - European Commission Introduction: Yannis Ioannidis - EB Member
 
Speakers:

 

PANEL 4

Definition and harmonization of RI costs and financial flow needs for RIs through the lifecycle

Moderator: Agnieszka Zalewska - EB Member

Introduction: Maddalena Donzelli - StR-ESFRI; Silvia Vignetti - CSIL, Centre for Industrial Studies

Speakers: 

 

LANDMARKS REFLECTIONS

Central aspects for success of RIs in the long run – useful lessons –internal evaluation procedures – expectations from ESFRI monitoring/periodic update

Speakers: 


     

    WAY FORWARD

    Round table summarizing evidences and formulating proposals for a common approach to monitoring of RIs

    Moderator: Giorgio Rossi - ESFRI Chair

    Speakers: 

       

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