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Open scholarship, Open e-infrastructures. LERU Workshop on Open Scholarship London, 31 March 2014 Carlos Morais Pires European Commission e-Infrastructures, DG CNECT.C1. Authors views do not commit the European Commission. Fostering the innovation potential of Ris and their human capital. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Open scholarship, Open e-infrastructures

    LERU Workshop on Open ScholarshipLondon, 31 March 2014

    Carlos Morais PiresEuropean Commissione-Infrastructures, DG CNECT.C1Authors views do not commit the European Commission

  • Research Infrast.WP 2014-2015185 Million EuroOverall budget2014-2020aprox 2,6 Billion EuroOverall budgete-Infrastructures2014-2020aprox 900 Million EuroHorizon 2020

  • Europe's surfboard for the research data waveThe High Level Expert Group on Scientific Data presented Riding the Wave in October 2010

    Vision: "data e-infrastructure that supports seamless access, use, re-use, and trust of data. In a sense, the physical and technical infrastructure becomes invisible and the data themselves become the infrastructure a valuable asset on which science, technology, the economy and society can advance".

  • be of broad interest (research, education, innovation, economic)offer scope for world-leading researchbe used by several research teams/users with highly advanced projectsbe so-large that individual groups cannot operate them on their ownhave long-term plans for their scientific objectives, funding and exploitationbe open and accessible for researchersbe persistently providing services (24/7)[]adapted from a presentation by the Swedish Research Councilabout research infrastructures, data, and libraries

  • implementing interoperable data infrastructuredata generators; research projects, big research infrastructure, installations or medium size laboratories, simulation centres, surveys or individual researchersdiscipline-specific data service providers, providing data and workflows as a service providers of generic common data services (computing centres, libraries)researchers as users, using the data for science and engineeringcommunity driven data infrastructure, including ESFRI, ESFRI clusters and others

  • e-infrastructurebuilding bridges

  • Adapted from e-SciDR studya closer look

  • RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURE (E-INFRASTRUCTURE HIGHLIHGTED) Work Programme 2014-2015INTEGRATING AND OPENING EXISTING NATIONAL AND REGIONAL RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURES OF PAN-EUTROPEAN INTERESTCALLS IN 2014DEADLINES SEPT 2014 AND JAN 2015INITIATIVES STARTING IN 2015 UNTIL 2018

  • different stakeholdersworking together

  • Global attempts to improve data sharing and interoperabilityEuropean Collaborative Data Infrastructure with Common data ServicesThe EC is supporting RDA through the RDA-Eurpe project

    Opportunity to combine grass-roots thinking with broad engagement

  • what are we going to do with research data?data and research datadata is different from articlesthere are data and data context dependent(almost) all data can be used for research but some data are primarily collected for research mediated access and accepted reputation mechanism

    data e-infrastructures will emerge relying onresearch and education networks w/ global connectivitycomputing and software e-infrastructuresbut data e-infrastructures are very different from nets and computingthey will be global

    data and computing (software) are two sides of the same coin

  • G8+O6 working group on data infrastructuresWhite paper: 5 principles describing the benefits of a global data infrastructure.Data is:Discoverable IDs, Descriptive Metadata, ...Accessible Acknowledgment, License, Terms of Use, Intellectual Property, Legal ...Understandable Semantics, Analysis, Quality, Language translation ....Manageable Responsibility, Costs, Preservation ...People (Usable) - Workforce, Cultural, Training, ...

  • thinking aloud about data management plansImportant! look carefully at Horizon2020 guidelines

    guidelines about the pilot on research data, DMPs, etc

  • to reap the rewards:Invest in infrastructure, thenSet the right policy, and thusExploit the current large investment in data assetsPolicyInfrastructureOff to Market!Slide by Ross Wilkinson, Director of theAustralian National Data Service

  • Carlos Morais Pirescarlos.morais-pires(at) ec.europa.eu

    Thank you!

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