Opening and Welcome by the Deputy Minister of Education, Youths and Sports of the Czech Republic, the e-IRG Chair and the Czech Republic Delegation
Jana Kolar (ESFRI)
DG RTD, DG CNECT
SCHOUPPE Michel Michel.Schouppe@ec.europa.eu
The presentation discusses the effects of energy cost and inflation on OPEX and CAPEX of e-Infrastructures and makes suggestions on the challenges raised.
Ülar Allas: There are three major HPC service providers in Estonia. The energy crisis affects the operation of HPC centers, making it more expensive. The presentation provides an overview of how Estonian HPC centers cope in difficult times.
Presentation gives a short overview of the situation in Czech e-Infrastructure and outlines interesting challenges and opportunities for the infrastructure provider.
Moving on from the pandemic, the RIs find themselves in a difficult situation, facing delays from the pandemic, increased inflation and energy prices at extreme levels. It is unlikely that governments in the short term will be able to compensate the large increase in costs. This causes the RIs to once again adapt to a new situation, which can be tackled in different ways and in which the...
The regulation for the European Health Data Space (EHDS) has been under discussion between the European Commission (DG SANTE, DG-CNECT, DG-RTD) and the EU member states this year. Its main objectives are to ensure EU individuals to have increased control over their health data and to provide a consistent, trustworthy and efficient set–up for the use of health data for research, innovation,...
We will discuss ongoing work in the context of data.europa.eu, exploring existing and emerging developments and initiatives around data sharing with data spaces (e.gInternational Data Spaces Association, GAIA-X and OPEN DEI) to identify data holders of open data who are involved in ongoing data space implementations; and reflect on the role that open data portals could play in these implementations.
This talk reviews the lead-up to the first FAIRDO conference this past October, including the problems that the Forum was created to address and the short history of the Forum to date, followed by a description of the conference, its outcomes, and the future intentions and goals of the Forum.
This talk summarizes 10 years of experience – successes and bottlenecks – with the linking of journal articles and datasets (with a brief excursus on the linking ecosystems of publishers). The publisher’s early attempts at enabling “executable research compendia” offer a peek into what will be expected of the global e-infrastructure.
Persistent identifiers and their associated metadata form a graph. This presentation will introduce the PID Graph developed by DataCite and will discuss how the community can both contribute and benefit from this important infrastructure.
In this talk I will outline the key differences between traditional DMPs and machine-actionable DMPs. You will get to know what the current status is and in what way maDMPs can improve the current practice of research data management.
Scientific information is buried in natural language text documents. The reuse of scientific information is therefore insufficiently supported by machines. The Open Research Knowledge Graph (ORKG) aims to shape a future scholarly publishing and communication where the contents of scholarly articles are FAIR research data. This presentation will introduce ORKG and motivate its development.