The event will be hosted by EENet of HITSA, the Estonian Education and Research Network. EENet is a structural unit of HITSA (Information Technology Foundation for Education) whose main role is to ensure the development and stable functioning of the information technology infrastructure necessary for research, education and culture in Estonia. EENet ensures the functioning of a data network corresponding to the specific needs of Estonian academic institutions, the provision of data communications and content services and their development.
A session about the EOSC will be held on the 18th of June and will be chaired by Cathrin Stover and Natalia Manola from the EOSC Executive Board.
Over recent years, the vision of Open Science has developed, defining a world of transparent, data-driven science capable of accelerating competitiveness and innovation.
The embodiment of this vision in Europe is the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC), first proposed in April 2016 as part of the Communication on the ‘European Cloud Initiative’, making it one of the pillars of European Commission’s Digital Single Market Strategy. In order to make this vision a reality a number of implementation projects are in place and you will find out more about them during this interactive session.
Speakers: Mr Stelios Sartzetakis, (GRNET), Mrs Natalia Manola, (OpenAIRE), Ms Ferrari Tiziana, (EOSC-hub/ EGI), Mr Federico Ruggieri, (GARR), Cathrin Stöver, (GÉANT), Mr Andreas Veispak, (DGCNCT), Mr Alasdair Reid, (EFIS Centre)
Want to find out more about how different aspects of the European Open Science Cloud support and forge new Digital Societies – and what this paradigm change means for European National Research and Education Networks? Then this is the session for you! We aim to demonstrate how EOSC supports pan-European digital societies and wider communities and also showcase existing and fledgling National initiatives and collaborations. You will also learn more about how Research and Education communities can benefit from current and future European Open Science Cloud initiatives and how you can get involved.
Learn more on the TNC19 dedicated website: https://tnc19.geant.org/
The full programme is available here: https://tnc19.geant.org/programme/#Tuesday