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eROSA Policy WS2: Vision Paper - Endorsement of the EOSC Declaration


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Presentation by Odile Hologne delivered at the 2nd eROSA Policy Workshop in Brussels, 11/12/2017

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eROSA Policy WS2: Vision Paper - Endorsement of the EOSC Declaration

  1. 1. e-ROSA has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 730988 Policy workshop | Brussels, 11 December 2017 The e-ROSA project Towards an e-infrastructure roadmap for open science in agriculture
  2. 2. 2 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.
  3. 3. 3 e-ROSA approach Stakeholder Workshops ① ② ③
  4. 4. 4 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 First Stakeholder Workshop: 6-7 July 2017 in Montpellier > Initiate comunity-building and improve knowledge of the current landscape Vision paper Second Stakeholder Workshop: 27-28 November 2017 in Wageningen > Identify scientific and data/ICT needs and discuss the vision http://www.erosa.agin
  5. 5. 5 EOSC Declaration endorsment Data culture and FAIR Data Research data services and architecture Governance and Funding
  6. 6. 6 Our commitments, we will Build a roadmap to implement the vision Make the link with generic e-infra Be part of the governance Foster data culture and best practices Improve Interoperability and shared standards Build on existing resources : AGINFRA+ Organize the governance and find a business model for our common goods (semantic resources, catalogues of resources) Support capacity building via competence centres
  7. 7. 7 Implementation Status in the agricultural domain of these facets
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  9. 9. 9 Semantic : the missing component of EOSC pilot and Hub
  10. 10. Vision paper (T3.2, D1.5) LFrtwunM2b5TNEcE/edit
  11. 11. 11 A collaborative and open system … … In the open science based knowledge system, researchers :  openly collaborate with different societal stakeholders to further improve the functioning of the food system;  deploy a systems approach including the impacts and consequences in the whole food systems in their research, not studying effects and disciplines in isolation;  undertake fully data-driven research …. And also hypothesis-driven research;  work impact-based, to place their research in the broader societal context and show what the implications of the research are.
  12. 12. 12 An e-infra that support the 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
  13. 13. 13 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 ….
  14. 14. 14 Towards the e-infrastructure Key issues to address E-infrastructure governance Distributed organisation : institutional, national, European, national, European, international Services of an e-infra as invisible as possible E-infrastructure “commons” : Generic / Agri-food sciences Sciences / private sector
  15. 15. 15 Next steps Vision & Roadmap content:  Semantics  Link with generic infrastructures  Capacity-building  Governance  Etc. Calls for proposals  Défi 2: DT-SFS-26-2019: Food Cloud demonstrators  INFRAEOSC-02-2019: Prototyping new innovative services
  16. 16. CONSORTIUM WWW.EROSA.AGINFRA.EU Thank you for your attention! @H2020_eROSA