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2nd e-ROSA Stakeholder workshop: Hologne, E-ROSA process


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Odile Hologne presenting the e-ROSA process and its steps in linking up with FOOD2030 and EOSC

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2nd e-ROSA Stakeholder workshop: Hologne, E-ROSA process

  1. 1. e-ROSA has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 730988 e-ROSA 2nd Stakeholder Workshop | Wageningen, 27 November 2017 The e-ROSA process e-infrastructure roadmap for open science in agriculture Odile Hologne, INRA, Head of the Department of Scientific Information e-ROSA coordinator
  2. 2. The e-ROSA project
  3. 3. 3 eROSA in brief Coordination and support action (infrasupp 3 2016) 18 months Started in January 2017 Consortium: INRA (FR), WUR Alterra (NL), Agroknow (GR) « Brother » project: AgINFRA+ : prototype new services  Support small-size foresight roadmaps for research and education communities and operators of e-infrastructure services.  Identification of potential collaboration from stakeholders across different geographic areas and scientific domains.
  4. 4. 4 Objectives Community building: researchers in agri-food sciences and ICT specialists; international Improve the knowledge of the landscape: infra/e-infra, projects, policies … relevant for an « e-infra for open science in agriculture » Roadmap: conception, advocacy
  5. 5. 5 The need for a roadmap A puzzle of different component Need to build a shared vision No real research infrastructure in agri-food (ESFRI in environment, genomics, earth observation …)
  6. 6. 6 Open Science and Agri-food - From small data to big and smart data - Open research data for re-use - Data sharing for scientific purpose - Research transparency (sensitive topics) - Knowledge access for the developping countries - Involve farmers, students or teachers in scientific processes : citizen science for agriculture - Strong link with the societal challenges - Data driven agricultural sciences - Multidisciplinary and multiscale approaches - Data science for policy making
  7. 7. 7 e-ROSA approach Stakeholder Workshops ① ② ③
  8. 8. 8 What we have done so far Bibliometric analysis > Initial scoping of the e-ROSA community > Updating in progress Online map > Cataloguing key stakeholders, initiatives and infrastructures > Ongoing open call: YOUR INPUT IS NEEDED! First Stakeholder Workshop: 6-7 July 2017 in Montpellier, France > Initiate community-building and improve knowledge of the current
  9. 9. Results of the first Stakeholder Workshop
  10. 10. 10 Data flows The agri-food sector is dealing with an increasing amount and variety of data due to: • The multidisciplinary, multiscale nature of agri-food science, which is adopting a more and more systemic approach; • The automation of data collection thanks to robots, sensors, etc., as well as new engineering tools such as in the omics field; • The development of new types of data sources: e.g. Internet of Things, citizen science, text-mining
  11. 11. 11 Data sharing: beyond the technical issues Societal priorities imply the maximum of transparency and access to data; Business interests can support differing objectives Personal privacy concerns I want to protect my « know how »I want to know where it comes from I want to understand ….
  12. 12. 12 E-infrastructure as an opportunity to support agri-food sector and sciences  Improve & federate existing structures (standards, interoperability, governance, financing) based on user needs  Incentives for data sharing in science & training
  13. 13. 13 Current landscape: Challenges Technical challenges Generic Content-dependent (agri-food) Long-term preservation Data processing Authentication and access rights traceability …… Semantics - standards From genes to ecosytem Public and private stakeholders Registry of services …. Cultural challenges Community engagement and incentives Policies and regulation Sustainability and governance
  14. 14. 14 Some of the gems Data repositories +/- open Data catalog : Resources catalog: semantics, metadata
  15. 15. 15 Towards the e-infrastructure Key issues to address E-infrastructure governance Distributed organisation Identification of needs and related services, Easy access and use by researchers E-infrastructure architecture and Articulation between overarching e-infrastructure issues and scientific data-related needs (use case approach: technical and scientific)
  16. 16. CONSORTIUM WWW.EROSA.AGINFRA.EU Thank you for your attention! @H2020_eROSA