EoI for DIH Business Pilots: 3rd roundSeptember 20, 2022
Apply before October 21st, eob
EOSC DIH is launching a 3rd Expression of Interest (EoI) for Business Pilots. The goal is to onboard businesses developing innovative solutions and – with EOSC technologies and services – help them bring products and services to market. Applicants can select services provided by EOSC Future, C-SCALE, EGI-ACE, OpenAIRE-Nexus, DICE and Reliance. See here for the full overview.
There are already several EOSC DIH pilots exploiting the EOSC services that are developing innovative solutions (and bringing them to market) in different domains such as sport and biomedicine, cybersecurity and the environment. More information about current pilots and success stories can be found here. Are you a start-up, spin-off, SME or a large enterprise and are you interested in becoming an EOSC DIH Business Pilot? Go and fill in the application document below!
Who can apply
Start-ups, spin-offs, SMEs and large enterprises are invited to submit an application for this EoI, provided that they fulfil the following criteria:
- run one of the following use cases: pilots/proofs of concepts, service/product design, PaaS/SaaS integration, performance verification and/or testing
- develop solutions using different EOSC DIH services: technical access (e.g. HTC, HPC, Cloud computing, research data services ) or training and support (e.g. technical consultancy or business coaching).
Further criteria and conditions are detailed in these guidelines.You can apply by filling in the application document below.
In need of inspiration? You can find current EOSC DIH business pilots and success stories here.
Do you have any questions about the EoI? Check out the slides of the introductory webinar here.
The expression of interest phase will run until 21 October 2022 EOB.
Submit your application for the EoI for DIH Business Pilots: 3rd round
For more info on the available services, check this link.
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