The EOSC Pillar project is based on the concept of “open science”…
The EOSC Pillar project is based on the concept of “Open Science” and FAIR data practices and services to promote them throughout the oceanographic data user communities. These initiatives also aim to share best practices and create opportunities for interdisciplinary approaches within the EOSC.
The kick-off meeting, held in early July 2019, officially launched the project, which will continue for the next 3 years.
IFREMER and CNRS are more particularly involved in several packages of activities, which IR DATA TERRA is coordinating as a whole.
WP6 : EOSC in action: Use cases and community-driven pilots.
This work package is based on a bottom-up approach based on concrete cases of data use. Each use case “demonstrator” will analyse different tools and services for data FAIRisation and the type of governance according to the needs of the user community.
WP7: The Infrastructure layer: delivering horizontal data storage and computing services, from national to transnational.
This work package brings together technical guidelines and procedures for the integration of national services to contribute to the compatibility and interoperability of existing horizontal services between national and thematic infrastructures.