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This presentation was given as part of the EOSC Stakeholders Forum Scientific Community Workshop which gives the opportunity to prospective consumers and providers - from both the public and commercial sectors - to discuss needs and opportunities that should drive the definition of the EOSC service portfolio roadmap. This workshop aims to answer the following:
- What prospective needs and priorities do scientific communities have as consumers of the EOSC?
- How should EOSC facilitate the sharing of data, scientific outputs and services across national and organisational borders?
The workshop starts with a presentation of today’s state of play in federating resources and services to enable multi-disciplinary science and transnational access; it featured invited talks from representatives of digital infrastructures, research projects and communities and the long-tail of science. The workshop also involved representatives from both public and commercial organisations in their role as a service provider and service consumer. The workshop participants also took the opportunity to define a list of recommendations giving direction to the development and provisioning of the EOSC portfolio.