ENVRI week is an event dedicated to environmental Research Infrastructures. It is organised twice a year, in November and in May. ENVRI week hosts ENVRIplus project related sessions as well as several other sessions targeting different groups of stakeholders.
This ENVRI week will take place in Zandvoort, Netherlands, from 14 to 18 May 2018 and will host three hands-on workshops and training events. The events are tailored to different staff working in the Research Infrastructures:
- Training/Workshop for RI Management staff focusing on how to build a sustainable governance and funding model for research infrastructures;
- Communications Workshop, organized for RI communication managers and officers. The WS will focus on sharing best practices and boosting the cooperation with industry by improving RI communications strategies;
- Workshop for the RI station managers / Station Principal Investigators to share their experiences, challenges, and solutions on operating RI site.
See more information about the ENVRI week event.
The Digital Infrastructures for Research conference is just around the corner, taking place from 30 November to 1 December 2017 in Brussels.
Europe’s leading e-infrastructures, EGI, EUDAT, GÉANT, OpenAIRE, PRACE and RDA Europe, invite all researchers, developers and service providers for two days of brainstorming and discussions under the theme “Connecting the building blocks for Open Science”.
EGI is proud to participate with use cases and presentations in the following sessions and demos:
- National initiatives: this session, chaired by Tiziana Ferrari, will showcase how how national digital service providers supporting research and open science, are strategically getting organized nationally to increase cross-coordination, strategy making and sustainability.
- Special focus on Earth Observation: the session includes talks featuring EGI’s support for the Earth Observation field, such as our collaborations with Terradue and NextGEOSS.
- Building ENVRI-as-a-Service to the EOSC: chaired by Yin Chen, the session will focus on ways of connecting ENVRIs to the European Open Science Cloud.
- How to make EOSC services FAIR? Gergely Sipos and Diego Scardaci explore ways to develop FAIR services (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable), such as the EGI Marketplace.
- The future EOSC-hub Marketplace: This demonstration will introduce the EGI Marketplace and how it will be used in the EOSC-hub project and become the landing page for users of the European Open Science Cloud.
The full programme of the conference is available online. You can follow @DI4R_eu on Twitter and share your updates live at the conference by using the hashtag #DI4R2017.
We look forward to greeting you in Brussels!