On September 20, 2018, ePLAN organizes a workshop at the Amsterdam Science Park to discuss the status of the European Open Science Cloud, as well as related developments, such as FAIR and open science.The workshop kicks off with short presentations about the European projects EOSC-hub, EOSCpilot, the National Platform Open Science and FAIR. More information about the (tentative) program, location and registration can be found below.
Title: EOSC in Progress – About the European Open Science Cloud
Date & time: September 20th, 2018, 12.30-17.30
Location: Science Park 140, Amsterdam
Registration: send an e-mail to email@example.com
Target group: researchers, policy makers, service providers
Background and description: In December 2016 ePLAN organised a workshop on the EOSC, discussing the question what The Netherlands could do to help creating the EOSC, which then was in its earlier stage of development. Now, one and a half year on the way, it is time to learn what the EOSC is becoming to be, which steps have been set, what we can do or need to do, discuss the cost and the benefits, and talk about the changes in mindset scientists and policymakers have to go through to get out of the EOSC what it is for: accelerating scientific discovery, through open science, data sharing and improved ICT-infrastructures to support that.
12.30: Walk-in + lunch
13.00: Introduction to ePLAN, by Wilco Hazeleger
13.15: The EOSC-hub (Ilona von Stein, DANS)
13.30: The EOSCpilot (Jos van Wezel, SURF)
13.45: EOSC and the National Platform Open Science (Erik van de Linde, KNAW)
14.00: FAIR, the EOSC vehicle to efficiently use the data infrastructure (Melanie Imming, SURF)
14:15: FAIR Use Case (Marta Teperek, TU Delft)
14.45: Break-outs (recommendations, suggestions & questions from the field)
16:00: Wrap-up, moderated by Peter Doorn, DANS