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Open Science Fair - The e-ROSA project

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Presentation by Madeleine Huber delivered at the Open Science Fair in Athens, 06/09/2017

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Open Science Fair - The e-ROSA project

  1. 1. WWW.EROSA.AGINFRA.EU e-ROSA has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 730988 OSFair2017 | Athens, 6 September 2017 Madeleine Huber French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA) The Roadmap to better food: Using ICT and Open Data to overcome barriers in the agriculture value chain Towards an e-infrastructure for open science in agri-food
  2. 2. WWW.EROSA.AGINFRA.EU Open Science for agri-food? Towards an e-infrastructure for open science in agri-food 2 Open Science Research (e-)infrastructures What about agriculture & food?
  3. 3. WWW.EROSA.AGINFRA.EU The data opportunity in agri-food Towards an e-infrastructure for open science in agri-food 3 Complex challenges to address > Multidisplinary, multiscale research > Integrated systems and models Automation of data collection & new engineering tools New data sources: IoT, citizen science, social media, etc. VOLUME and VARIETY of data + COMPUTATIONAL capabilities + OPEN data mouvement Challenge: Integrate numerous, heterogeneous and dispersed data
  4. 4. WWW.EROSA.AGINFRA.EU Why an e-infrastructure? Towards an e-infrastructure for open science in agri-food 4 We need a common e-infrastructure to: connect data and connect infrastructures integrate existing initiatives into a common framework at a global level, facilitate collaboration share efforts and resources: provide shared services to integrate, explore and analyse data support a collective change of practices through the adoption of shared standards: support the elaboration and use of FAIR data provide a pre-competitive space for sharing data and speeding up innovation processes
  5. 5. WWW.EROSA.AGINFRA.EU e-ROSA in brief Towards an e-infrastructure for open science in agri-food 5 Coordination and support action (infrasupp 3 2016) 18 months (01/2017 – 06/2018) Consortium: INRA (FR), WUR Alterra (NL), Agroknow (GR) Objective: elaborate a roadmap for an e-infrastructure for open science in agri-food
  6. 6. WWW.EROSA.AGINFRA.EU e-ROSA approach Towards an e-infrastructure for open science in agri-food 6 Stakeholder Workshops ① ② ③
  7. 7. WWW.EROSA.AGINFRA.EU What we have done so far Towards an e-infrastructure for open science in agri-food 7 Bibliometric analysis > Initial scoping of the e-ROSA community Online map > Cataloguing key stakeholders, initiatives and > Open call to come First Stakeholder Workshop: 6-7 July 2017 in Montpellier, France > Initiate community-building and improve knowledge http://www.erosa.aginfra.eu/sites/erosa_deliverables/D1.1.pdf http://www.aginfra.eu/discover http://www.erosa.aginfra.eu/node/47
  8. 8. WWW.EROSA.AGINFRA.EU Current landscape: Our “Commons” Towards an e-infrastructure for open science in agri-food 8 Iron and Wires Interoperability http://vest.agrisemantics.org http://agroportal.lirmm.fr/ http://gacs/agrisemantics.org/ Shared semantics Data, discovery servicesDKAN Sustainable, distributed and trusted storage & management CKAN DataVerse Call it FAIR data , Virtual research environments Data/Information Portals Data access, publication, analysis & visualisation https://data.gov.in/sector/agriculture BioLink
  9. 9. WWW.EROSA.AGINFRA.EU Current landscape: Challenges Towards an e-infrastructure for open science in agri-food 9 Technical challenges Generic Content-dependent (agri-food) Common interoperability standards Long-term preservation Disruptive technologies Semantics Geolocalised data Data discovery Data processing Cultural challenges Community engagement and incentives Policies and regulation Sustainability and governance
  10. 10. WWW.EROSA.AGINFRA.EU Towards the e-infrastructure Towards an e-infrastructure for open science in agri-food 10 Key issues to address E-infrastructure governance Distributed organisation Identification of needs and related services E-infrastructure architecture Easy access and use by researchers Articulation between overarching e-infrastructure issues and scientific data-related needs (use case approach: technical and scientific) Evaluation of the e-infrastructure Embedding in the general e-infrastructure landscape
  11. 11. WWW.EROSA.AGINFRA.EU Towards the e-infrastructure Towards an e-infrastructure for open science in agri-food 11 EU Member States + RFOs Global partners +++ https://www.open-science-conference.eu/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Burgelman_2017-Science-2-Berlin-March-2017.pdf http://www.erosa.aginfra.eu/node/47
  12. 12. WWW.EROSA.AGINFRA.EU What’s next? Towards an e-infrastructure for open science in agri-food 12 Elaborate roadmap Prepare for WP 2018-2020 Link with EOSC Open call to map stakeholders Case studies and webinars on needs Build the vision EOSC architecture 14-15 Sept. RDA 10th Plenary 17-21 Sept. Linked Open Data in Ag. 27-28 Sept. e-ROSA’s 2nd Stakeholder Workshop 27-28 Nov.
  13. 13. WWW.EROSA.AGINFRA.EU Discussion Towards an e-infrastructure for open science in agri-food 13 Interaction between generic and domain-specific e-infrastructures What services should be generic? How to ensure affordable and sustainable access to data analytics and computation to researchers, regardless of their disciplines or where they are located? What are the specific service requirements for the Agri-food sciences?
  14. 14. WWW.EROSA.AGINFRA.EU CONSORTIUM WWW.EROSA.AGINFRA.EU 14 Thank you for your attention!

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