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What EOSC Can Do For You - Stakeholders


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Delivered by EOSC Secretariat Member and EOSC High Level Expert Group (2017-2018) Chair Silvana Muscella at the Plan-E Plenary Meeting in Rome where she discussed what EOSC can do for its stakeholders.

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What EOSC Can Do For You - Stakeholders

  1. 1. What EOSC can do for you – stakeholders? Supporting a strong EOSC stakeholder community...together Silvana Muscella EOSC Secretariat and Trust-IT, 2nd HLEG Chair [2017-2018] PLAN-E Plenary event, Rome 15-16 April 2019
  2. 2. Making sure EOSC is user-centric - consulting users “by design” PLAN-E Plenary Rome 15 16 April 2019
  3. 3. Our team 3PLAN-E Plenary Rome 15 16 April 2019
  4. 4. Highlights 4PLAN-E Plenary Rome 15 16 April 2019
  5. 5. What does this mean for me? 5PLAN-E Plenary Rome 15 16 April 2019
  6. 6. 6 Stakeholder groups we are working with 6 Infrastructure initiatives in the Member States (led by CNR) EU infrastructure related initiatives inc. ESFRIs, Ris, (led by KIT) International initiatives (led by GO-FAIR) Industry (led by CERN) Researchers (TUWIEN) PLAN-E Plenary Rome 15 16 April 2019
  7. 7. What EOSC can do for you As a Researcher • Access services, resources and technical support for integration and exploitation • Discover new datasets and tools • Contribute your software or data to EOSC • Co-pilot your custom services and setups in EOSC As a Provider • Reach new users for your services • Become a pioneer in the single market for research services • Generate new synergies and collaborations • Keep up to date with the best practices for Open Science 7PLAN-E Plenary Rome 15 16 April 2019
  8. 8. What you can do 17/04/2019 8 Benefit from the co-creation funding Support to the Working Groups Bring your assets to EOSC The EOSC Secretariat is at the heart of the activities happening around EOSC Shape the EOSC 2021 by joining the EOSC Stakeholder Forum PLAN-E Plenary Rome 15 16 April 2019
  9. 9. Co-creation funding 17/04/2019 9 • €5,950,000 reserved for ensuring the participation of the Community in the design of EOSC and in feeding to the Governance structure • Under the auspices of the Executive Board (suggest, monitor, review, sign off) • In four broad categories: • Stakeholder engagement & participatory activities • Organisation of the EB Working Groups • Studies (biz model, RoP, legal framework, etc.) • MKT, comms, events & additional support to the Governance • The community will be invited to make use of it • Currently in the design phase • PLAN-E Plenary Rome 15 16 April 2019
  10. 10. 10 1st version of EOSC Portal lunched in November 2018 10 Supported by these four Projects PLAN-E Plenary Rome 15 16 April 2019
  11. 11. Portal Overview The EOSC Portal offers European researchers and professionals in science, technology, the humanities and social sciences an entry point to a virtual environment with open and seamless services for storage, management, analysis and re-use of research data, across borders and scientific disciplines from existing scientific data infrastructures, currently dispersed across disciplines and the EU Member States. 11PLAN-E Plenary Rome 15 16 April 2019
  12. 12. EOSC in Practice: WAVEFIER 12 • A single GW detector typically produce data with a rate of 7-8 Tb per day with a flux of 40Mb/s (lots of Data) • Most of the Data are essentially background noise • Data has to be analyzed in a fast and efficient way to increase the detection confidence and to obtain information interesting for researchers • Machine Learning (ML) techniques could be used to classify either signals or images. • With the new generation of detectors, the rate of detection of GW signals will significantly increase • Test on academic and research community GARR public cluster So Why WAVEFIER? it would be extremely useful to have an online automatic identification and classification of GW signals and their direct database inclusion. A prototype for a real time Gravitational Wave transient signal classifier PLAN-E Plenary Rome 15 16 April 2019
  13. 13. EOSC in Practice: WAVEFIER 13 What do I want to do? I need Software architecture Libraries Framework Infrastructures: CPU GPU Storage Network … I can search in the EOSC catalogue in Data Category Wavefier can be useful for my purpose PLAN-E Plenary Rome 15 16 April 2019
  14. 14. EOSC in Practice: WAVEFIER 14 Wavefier can be useful for my purpose Download what I need (Software, Library, ..) Ask for a services (infrastructure, CPU, ..) Adapt Wavefier for my needs: The architecture skeleton is perfect I have to develop and add new features I’ll plug my ML algorithm Integration and deploy my application PLAN-E Plenary Rome 15 16 April 2019
  15. 15. EOSC in Practice: WAVEFIER 15 I am part of Wavefier team and my APP could be useful for other areas of research: Big data traffic analysis Object recognition analysed by ML algorithms Big data analysis in general I could publish in the EOSC catalogue in the Big Data category I could adapt my APP ready for other researchers PLAN-E Plenary Rome 15 16 April 2019
  16. 16. The initiative will support implementation of the EOSC Whether a researcher or a provider, let’s start fuelling the dialogue! 16PLAN-E Plenary Rome 15 16 April 2019
  17. 17. SAVE THE DATE Join us at the EOSC Symposium, 26-28 November 2019, Budapest, Hungary PLAN-E Plenary Rome 15 16 April 2019
  18. 18. @EoscSecretariat EOSC Secretariat PLAN-E Plenary Rome 15 16 April 2019
  19. 19. Thank you & credits to: 17/04/2019 19 WAVEFIER Industrial collaboration effort has been funded under the H2020 Asterics Project European Union's Commission Programme coordinated by CNRS-LAPP in collaboration with Trust-IT Services GARR: for infrastructure, resourses and for the support provided EGO-VIRGO: for sample data and support • Giovanni Lamanna, CNRS-LAPP • Elena Cuoco, EGO-VIRGO • Alessandro Petrocelli, Emanuel Marzini, Alessandro Staniscia, Filip Morawski Trust-IT Services PLAN-E Plenary Rome 15 16 April 2019 slides courtesy of: • Agis Evrigenis, Project Coordinator Technopolis • Annabel Grant GÉANT • Sara Garavelli, Rob Carrillo Trust-IT Services